Synonyms for adílson_batista or Related words with adílson_batista
Examples of "adílson_batista"
In 2008, recommended by new coach
, Andrey was signed by Brazilian side Cruzeiro.
Adílson Dias Batista, usually known as
, (born March 16, 1968 in Adrianópolis, Brazil) is a retired Brazilian footballer and current coach.
On 8 November 2010, Santos announced
to coach the team and his debut was on January in the Campeonato Paulista. But, on 27 February 2011, Santos sacked him although he had only one defeat in 11 matches.
Born in Goiânia, Goiás, Crystian joined Santos' youth setup in 2009, aged 17, after starting it out at Vila Nova. On 21 January 2011 he was promoted to the former's main squad by manager
In 2010 Martelotte returned to Santos, being named Dorival Júnior's assistant. On 22 September 2010, after the latter's dismissal, he was appointed interim manager; he was also in charge of the club in March of the following year, as a replacement to sacked
In 2009, Carille moved to another club he represented as a player, Corinthians, as Mano Menezes' assistant. On 11 October 2010 he was appointed as interim manager, after
resigned. He returned to his previous duties after the appointment of Tite as manager. He was again interim in June 2016, as Tite left to manage the Brazil national team.
Denílson was sent off twice in his first three matches, with the latter of the red cards coming after he swore at a referee. Denílson then received a number of angry messages through Twitter. Denílson then branded the fans who moaned about then-head coach of São Paulo
as 'very, very annoying'. Denílson then claimed that he did not mean his comments in a negative way. This was followed by a row which ensued to such an extent that the supporters demanded that Denílson never to play for São Paulo again.
Born in Itambacuri, Minas Gerais, Paulão started at Cruzeiro where he made his breakthrough, winning two Campeonato Mineiro in 1990 and 1992. He played alongside
, Paulo Roberto, Ademir and Ramon Menezes. Due to his performances at Cruzeiro, he received a call-up for the national team by Paulo Roberto Falcão in 1990. He made his debut on 12 September 1990 against Spain and his last on 16 December 1992, against Germany, counting eight caps during those two years; he still was part of the squad for the 1993 Copa América, but did not played.
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