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Examples of "culpi"
Levir Culpi (born 28 February 1953) is a former football player and current coach of Fluminense.
On 26 August 2012, Cerezo Osaka announced the termination of their contract with Sérgio Soares and reappointed Levir Culpi.
On 7 May 2014 Michel was released by "Galo", after being deemed suplus to requirements by new manager Levir Culpi.
On 20 April 2016, just a month and a half into his spell at Fluminense, Levir Culpi guided the Tricolor to the inaugural Primeira Liga (Brazil) [14].
– "Tricolor fans, prepare yourselves for the boxes of medicine I'm bringing. We have emotions, strong emotions, and I hope to meet them soon. I am happy and motivated. A hug..." – Levir Culpi [13]
Giovanni Augusto only established himself as a starter for "Galo" during the 2015 campaign, under Levir Culpi. On 5 May he renewed his contract until 2018, and finished the year with five goals and ten assists.
In April 2014, Levir Culpi was announced as Atlético Mineiro coach for the fourth time in his career. He managed to perform a double in 2014, winning both the Recopa Sudamericana and the Copa do Brasil.
Since 1995, Shunji Kishi became coach for Cerezo Osaka youth team. In May, 2007, Cerezo Osaka top team manager; Satoshi Tsunami resigned manager. Shunji Kishi became top team coach and managed club as caretaker until new manager; Levir Culpi was appointed.
The 2012 Cerezo Osaka season is Cerezo Osaka's 3rd consecutive season, 14th season overall in J. League Division 1 and 40th overall in the Japanese top flight. It also includes the 2012 J. League Cup and the 2011 Emperor's Cup. 2012 is Sérgio Soares's first season at Cerezo after Levir Culpi left at the end of last season.
On 4 March 2016, Levir Culpi was announced as new coach of Fluminense. [10] The club had teased fans hours before by releasing a video showing white smoke coming from a chimney. [11] Levir came at a time of unrest at Fluminense, after a "crisis" saw the vice president, executive director and coach Eduardo Baptista depart the Rio club. [12]
In May 2007, J. League Division 2 side Cerezo Osaka sacked Satoshi Tsunami and appointed Levir Culpi as manager. During his spell in charge of the team, he discovered Shinji Kagawa, who then played as a defensive midfielder, and used him as an attacking midfielder. Kagawa combined well with Takashi Inui, another talented young player, and the team under Culpi were promoted to the J. League Division 1 in 2010. He continued to display his ability to develop young players and construct an attacking team. With such players as Kagawa, Inui, Akihiro Ienaga, Hiroshi Kiyotake, Adriano Ferreira Martins, and Luís Fernando Martinez, the team finished 3rd in 2010 and qualified for the AFC Champions League.
Brazilians Telê Santana and Levir Culpi, Uruguayan Luis Cubilla, and Argentines Alfio Basile and Marcelo Gallardo are the only head coaches to ever win two Recopa Sudamericana. All Recopa Sudamericana winning head coaches were natives of the country they coached to victory except for Cubilla, Mirko Jozić, Jorge Fossati and Edgardo Bauza. Croatian Jozić, who won the 1992 edition with Chile's Colo-Colo, has the distinction and honor of being the only non-South American coach to win the tournament.
On 3 May 2015, Levir returned to write his name in the history books of the Campeonato Mineiro, having being crowned champions in 2015 with Atlético. Only the fifth coach to achieve this, Culpi became the one of the most successful coaches in the history of the Campeonato Mineiro. He had previously lifted the trophy with the Galo in 1995 and 2007, in addition to with Cruzeiro in 1996 and 1998. [8]
The first known full-time manager for Atlético Mineiro was Chico Neto, who managed the club in 1926. The most successful Atlético Mineiro manager in terms of trophies won is Levir Culpi, who won three Campeonato Mineiro titles, one Copa do Brasil, one Recopa Sudamericana and one Série B in four spells with the club, from the 1990s to the 2010s. Telê Santana is the club's longest-serving manager, with 434 matches during three periods in the 1970s and 1980s.
Santa Felicidade is the neighbourhood where Italian immigrants settled for farming, herb growing, willow tree growing (for furniture) and wine and cheese making. The district church and nearby cemetery has 18 chapels built in the neo-classical style. Other architecturally important landmarks in the district include the Geraniums house, the Panels house, the Arcades house and the Culpi house. The district hosts restaurants which serve traditional Italian colonial food and wine.
Atlético Mineiro finished as runner-up in the previous season's Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, and qualified to the 2016 Copa Libertadores. Levir Culpi, the head coach for most of 2015, mutually terminated its contract in the end of that year, being replaced by Uruguayan Diego Aguirre, who took charge in January 2016. Atlético took part in Florida Cup, a pre-season competition in the US, which it won.
In 2010, Kim dropped out of Hongik University and signed a three-year contract for J1 League side Cerezo Osaka. After he was loaned out to J. League Division 2 side Oita Trinita for the 2010 season, he returned to Cerezo Osaka. During the 2011 season, Kim scored 8 goals. In 2012, while Levir Culpi resigned and Cerezo Osaka appointed Sérgio Soares as the new manager, he remained a key player for the team, scoring 7 goals in 15 matches. When he left the team to participate in the 2012 Summer Olympics, he was the fourth leading goal scorer in J1 League.
On 4 November 2014, after a string of acts of indiscipline, Jô was reported released from the club by officials. On 10 January 2015, however, he was reinstated to the squad along with Emerson Conceição and André, who had also been suspended, by manager Levir Culpi. On May 3, 2015, after more than 1 year without scoring a single goal, Jô came up as a substitute in the 2015 Campeonato Mineiro final against Caldense and scored the winning goal of the match from an offside position, as Atlético won 2-1 and were crowned champions of the competition for the 43rd time.
After being released from Lyon and refusing to return from Brazil, Fred signed a pre-contract with Brazilian club Fluminense, consequently agreeing to a five-year deal. He scored twice on his debut on 15 March 2009, as Fluminense beat Macaé 3–1. Later in July 2011, he went on to break the record for most goals in the Brasileiro when he scored a brace against Bahia, taking his tally to 44 goals. The record was previously held by Magno Alves. On 11 November 2012, Fred scored two goals in a 3–2 win over Palmeiras, clinching the 2012 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A for Fluminense. Fred almost left the club after disagreements with head coach Levir Culpi in April 2016, but eventually remained.
With Levir Culpi as head coach, the club won promotion at the first attempt as Série B champion in 2006, returning to the Série A for the 2007 season. That year, Atlético won the Campeonato Mineiro, its first trophy in seven years, and finished eighth in the national league. Alexandre Kalil was chosen as the club's new president in 2008, and tried to improve its finances and status. In 2009, with Diego Tardelli in good form, Galo led the Brasileirão for eight of the thirty-eight rounds, before eventually finishing in seventh place. Despite some highlights at the beginning and end of the decade, the 2000s were not a successful period in the club's history, again marked by bad administration and frequent managerial changes.