Synonyms for émerson_leão or Related words with émerson_leão
Examples of "émerson_leão"
Ahead of the 2017 season, Portuguesa announced
as their football consultant, with Tuca Guimarães being appointed as manager.
In 1994, Pedro R.S. became goalkeeper coach for J1 League club; Shimizu S-Pulse under manager;
. In June,
resigned manager, Pedro R.S. managed J.League Cup as caretaker in July. In August, Rivellino became new manager, so Pedro R.S. returned to goalkeeper coach.
Santos: Fábio Costa; Michel, Preto, Alex and Léo, Paulo Almeida, Renato, Elano and Diego; Robinho and Alberto. Head coach:
Silva moved to São Caetano in the following year, as an assistant manager. In November he was appointed as caretaker, replacing fired
Santos: Fábio Costa; Maurinho, André Luís, Alex and Léo; Paulo Almeida, Renato, Elano and Diego (Robert, and then Michel); Robinho and William (Alexandre). Head coach:
The only coach, who won abolished CONMEBOL tournaments twice, was
. Moreover, he did it in a row with two different clubs - in 1997 he won Copa CONMEBOL with Atletico Mineiro, and year later same tournament with Santos.
On July 5, 2012, after dismiss of
, São Paulo FC confirmed Franco as them new coach for the rest of season. He was liberated by CBF to sign with São Paulo FC
Antônio Lopes was the assistant manager of the Brazil national football team, managed by
, in 2000. He was also the assistant manager of the Brazilian national team, managed by Luiz Felipe Scolari, during the successful 2002 FIFA World Cup campaign.
(; born July 11, 1949) is a Brazilian head coach and former football player. He is one of the all-time best Brazilian goalkeepers. A documentary video produced by FIFA, "FIFA Fever", called him the third-most impressive defense player of all time. He was born in Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo.
Prass is known for his ability to save penalty kicks, also working closely with Palmeiras employees to study his adversaries. In March 2017, coach
said he would be the perfect choice to lecture younger players in the position who made the national team.
Towards the end of April 2005, just before quiting Peru, he was hired by São Paulo FC to replace
, who had just gone to Japan. In that year, he won the Copa Libertadores 2005 and the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship.
In February 2006, as part of a deal, he signed his third contract with Corinthians but only six months later, as of the arrival and request of manager
, Marcelinho was released. He was signed by Santo André the following year, where he stayed until 2009 winning promotion to Brazilian First Division in 2008 but being relegated the following year. He played a farewell match for Corinthians early in 2010 in a friendly against Huracán.
Under the helm of
, his third "Seleção" head coach in six years, Dida started his third consecutive Confederations Cup in 2001, keeping clean sheets in every group stage match for the second straight time as Brazil finished second behind Japan with one win and two draws. Their campaign would end in disappointment after losing to eventual winners France 2–1 in the semi-finals and, subsequently, 1–0 to Australia in the third-place match.
Almeida returned to Brazil and in June, he signed with Corinthians, reuniting with
. He debuted on 5 August against Clube Atlético Paranaense, and represented the team until July 2007, when he rescinded his contract. His next club was Náutico which he played for between December 2007 and August 2008. subsequently moving to ABC in the later part of 2008. Almeida then changed clubs almost every six months, passing through União Esporte Clube, Goianésia, Rio Branco, Itumbiara, among others.
On May 4, 2009 the former Grêmio coach joined Atlético Mineiro until the end of the season, he replaces
. On June 12, 2010 Celso Roth was appointed as the coach of Internacional. About two-month after being appointed, he was rewarded with the 2010 Copa Libertadores title as Internacional beat Guadalajara in a two-leg final. On April 8, 2011 Roth was sacked with a decision from the board meeting. He had been criticized among fans since Internacional’s defeat to TP Mazembe in the Club World Cup semi-final match in December 2010.
At the beginning of 1996, owing to health issues, Telê Santana left São Paulo, ending the club's golden era. Between 1995 and 2004, the club had fourteen managers. Among the most notable titles during those ten years were the 2000 Paulista Championship and the club's first Rio-São Paulo Tournament title in 2001. Rogério Ceni, Júlio Baptista, Luís Fabiano and Kaká were the club's stars. Raí briefly returned to the club between 1998 and 2000, and with him, the club won the Paulista Championship twice, in 1998 and 2000, after beating Corinthians and Santos, respectively. In 2004 São Paulo were back in the Copa Libertadores and reached the semi-finals before being eliminated by underdogs Once Caldas from Colombia. At the end of that year,
was hired as the club's coach.
After 86 caps earned and two World Cups as an unplayed reserve, Dida started the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany, making him the second-oldest World Cup goalkeeper for Brazil, at 32 years and eight months, behind Gilmar (35 years in 1966). He was part of Brazil's unheralded defensive unit, with Lúcio, Juan, and Zé Roberto, that conceded just one goal in wins over Croatia, Australia and Japan in the group stage. In a 3-0 round-of-sixteen victory over Ghana, Dida performed a point-blank save from John Mensah with his leg, and was 1970 World Cup winner Tostão's personal choice for man of the match. However, Brazil struggled offensively in the tournament up to their 1-0 elimination by France in the quarter-finals, with Dida and the defense among the few players who avoided criticism afterward for the "Seleçāo's" disappointing performance. He became the first keeper to wear the captain's armband for Brazil since
in 1978, when Cafu was rested in the 4–1 win over Japan on 22 June.
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