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Examples of "carlos_alberto_parreira"
Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira (fired after two matches, replaced by Mohammed Al-Kharashy for the final match)
Fluminense: Paulo Víctor; Aldo, Duílio, Ricardo Gomes and Branco; Jandir, Delei and Assis; Romerito, Washington and Tato. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Corinthians: Doni; Rogério, Fábio Luciano, Anderson and Kléber; Vampeta, Fabinho (Fabrício) and Renato (Marcinho); Deivid, Guilherme (Leandro) and Gil. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and João Santos (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
After Carlos Alberto Parreira returned for his third spell as national team boss, Denílson was not called again. He gained a total of 61 caps.
Corinthians: Doni; Rogério, Fábio Luciano, Scheidt and Kléber; Vampeta, Fabrício and Renato (Leandro); Deivid (Marcinho), Guilherme and Gil. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Fluminense: Paulo Víctor, Aldo, Duílio, Ricardo Gomes and Renato; Jandir, Delei (Renê) and Assis; Romerito, Washington (Wilsinho) and Tato. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and Ronaldo Alfredo (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Bülent has stated that his managerial influence has come from Brazilian 1994 World Cup manager Carlos Alberto Parreira, whom he worked under while playing for Fenerbahçe S.K.. In a recent interview, in June 2009, Uygun is quoted as saying:
Manager Carlos Alberto Parreira built his side through a 4–2–2–2 formation. Nicknamed the "Magic Square" by Brazilian sport journalists, the attack was built around four extremely talented players: Ronaldo, Adriano, Kaká and Ronaldinho.
In March 2006, "The Guardian" reported that South Africa became the first potential employer publicly to register its interest in Eriksson. That job, however, went to Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Tshabalala was named as the man of the match. South Africa's coach, Carlos Alberto Parreira called the result "fair", while Mexico's coach Javier Aguirre stated "we could have won, we could have lost".
After representing Brazil in the under-17 and under-20 levels, Leonardo was called up to the main squad by manager Carlos Alberto Parreira on 18 April 2005, for a friendly against Guatemala. However, he did not play the match.
He served as the care-taker coach of South Africa for seven games during 2007, before Carlos Alberto Parreira was appointed as head coach. He then served as an assistant coach to Parreira, and Joel Santana with South Africa.
On 15 July 2010, Mosimane was named as the new head coach of South Africa. He had been an assistant to former coach Carlos Alberto Parreira at the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and was handed a four-year contract.
Anderson's first and only cap for the Brazilian national team came on 27 April 2005 against Guatemala as he was called up by then Brazilian manager Carlos Alberto Parreira. He scored one of Brazil's goals in their 3–0 victory.
Tshabalala was named as the man of the match. South Africa's coach, Carlos Alberto Parreira called the result "fair", while Mexico's coach Javier Aguirre stated "we could have won, we could have lost".
The game has also seen world-famous coaches such as Luiz Felipe Scolari, Abel Braga, Carlos Alberto Parreira, Telê Santana, Rubens Minelli, Valdir Espinosa, Paulo César Carpegiani and Ênio Andrade manage a game.
After his retirement as a player, he became assistant-coach, working with coach Carlos Alberto Parreira in Corinthians, in 2002. Also, he worked as assistant-coach with Darío Pereyra in Grêmio in 2003 and with Wanderlei Luxemburgo in Santos in 2004.
On 24 July 2006, Dunga was named as the new national coach of the Brazilian national team as a replacement for Carlos Alberto Parreira, despite the fact that he had no prior coaching experience at the professional level. Nonetheless, he made an impressive start with Brazil, winning four of his first five matches.