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Examples of "artur_jorge"
Artur Jorge Braga Melo Teixeira (born 13 February 1946), commonly known as Artur Jorge, is a Portuguese football manager and former player.
Artur Jorge Marques Amorim (born 14 August 1994), known as Artur Jorge, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Braga as a central defender.
Artur Jorge Torres Gomes Araújo Amorim (born 1 January 1972), known as Artur Jorge, is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a central defender.
In July 2013, Artur Jorge was appointed manager of F.C. Tirsense.
Artur Jorge Colaço Futre (born 29 April 1983) is a retired Portuguese footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
The squad for the season consisted of the players listed in the tables below, as well as staff member Artur Jorge(manager) and Zoran Filipovic (assistant manager).
Artur Jorge dos Santos Soares (born 15 February 1998), better known simply as Tucka, is a professional Portuguese football forward currently playing for Limianos on loan from Arouca.
Valdo began working as a manager in 2009, in Brazilian amateur football. Five years later, he rejoined his former Benfica boss Artur Jorge at MC Alger from Algeria.
In May 2006, he took over coaching for the team Créteil in League 2 but was dismissed by the Club on the 18th of September following a poor start to the 2006-07 season and was replaced by Artur Jorge.
Born in Braga, Artur Jorge played mostly for hometown club S.C. Braga. He made his Primeira Liga debut on 29 November 1992, coming on as a late substitute in a 2–1 away win against C.F. Os Belenenses.
In early 2012, it was announced that Braga's reserve side would be revived and compete in the Segunda Liga as of the upcoming campaign. Shortly after, Artur Jorge was named head coach; he resigned after only four months in charge.
Águas then returned to club action with former side Académica, for one year, then spent four years out of professional football, after which he was again assistant to Artur Jorge, now with PFC CSKA Moscow in Russia.
The squad for the season consisted of the players listed in the tables below, as well as staff member Artur Jorge (manager), Zoran Filipovic (assistant manager) and Mário Wilson (manager).
At the end of the season, manager Jupp Heynckes left to join incumbent champions Real Madrid; his assistant, Ewald Lienen, also left to manage Hansa Rostock. Heynckes was replaced by Portugal manager Artur Jorge.
Artur Jorge made both his main squad and Primeira Liga debut on 19 September 2016, coming on as a 71st-minute substitute for injured André Pinto in a 1–3 away loss against S.L. Benfica.
Artur Jorge da Cruz Pereira Taborda (born 12 July 1996), simply known as Artur Taborda, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Académica – SF on loan from Académica de Coimbra.
After 12 years at the "Estádio 1º de Maio", 33-year-old Artur Jorge retired at the end of the 2004–05 season with newly promoted F.C. Penafiel, contributing with only 90 minutes to the team's midtable finish.
Like Artur Jorge, Ivić moved to France after guiding Porto through a successful season. His successor, Quinito, did not share the same fortune, resigning after eighteen matches, with six draws in eleven league matches and having lost the Supertaça. Porto brought back Artur Jorge but he could not salvage the season, which ended without a trophy for the first time in Pinto da Costa's presidency. In the two seasons that followed, Artur Jorge won his third league title with Porto, one Taça de Portugal and one Supertaça. His substitute, Brazilian coach Carlos Alberto Silva, held the job for two full seasons, during which the club secured back-to-back championships and one Supertaça, as well as the qualification for the first edition of the rebranded UEFA Champions League. Ivić returned five years after his first passage, but he could not emulate his previous success and was dismissed during the 1993–94 season winter break.
Paneira moved to Vitória de Guimarães for 1995–96, due to problems with Benfica boss Artur Jorge which was also part of a locker room clean-up – he was club captain when this occurred – and played four seasons there. In the 1999 summer he switched to Académica de Coimbra, and retired at 35 after two years in the second level.
Wilson replaced fired Artur Jorge at the helm of Benfica after the third round in 1995–96, leading the team to the second position and the season's domestic cup. As an interim he also managed the club in three matches in two different campaigns (1996–97 and the following), winning two and losing one.