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Examples of "doriva"
Doriva was appointed Atlético Paranaense manager on 16 June 2014, but failed to impress, being sacked only two months later.
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Doriva came to Atlético Mineiro in 1995, as the team had just gotten a sponsorship deal with TAM. There Doriva had what he considered crucial years in his formation as a player, leading to a $4 million sale to FC Porto.
Dorival das Neves Ferraz Júnior, better known as Doriva (Sorocaba, 13 April 1987), is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder Currently plays for Grêmio Novorizontino.
Doriva played for the Brazil national football team between 1995 and 1998, making a brief substitute appearance in the 1998 FIFA World Cup in which Brazil finished as runners-up.
In 2016 Adriano was in charge of the first team during three times, all of them as an interim, following the dismissals of Marcelo Martelotte, Milton Mendes and Doriva.
After five appearances for the club, Doriva was given a one-year contract with Middlesbrough on 21 July 2003. In his first full season at the club, Doriva was first choice in midfield alongside George Boateng. He found his chances limited after this, however, due to the emergence of Stewart Downing and the conversion of Boudewijn Zenden to central midfield. On 11 February 2004, in a 3–2 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford, Doriva was pushed by Paul Scholes, who in April was given a three-match ban for the incident. On 29 February he started as Middlesbrough won their first major trophy, the 2004 Football League Cup Final, with a 2–1 win over Bolton Wanderers in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. His only goal for Middlesbrough came in a 2–1 victory at Notts County in the third round of the FA Cup on 8 January 2005.
Doriva was signed by Middlesbrough manager Steve McClaren in January 2003, on loan until the end of the season. He made his debut on 5 April 2003 in a 3–0 home win over West Bromwich Albion.
Dorival Guidoni Júnior, known simply as Doriva (born 28 May 1972) is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a central midfielder, and the current football manager of Santa Cruz Futebol Clube.
After retiring in 2009, Doriva was hired by Ituano's president and former teammate Juninho Paulista; initially a manager of the youth categories, he subsequently became an assistant manager and, in 2014, was appointed as coach. He led Ituano to a Cinderella run on the Campeonato Paulista, winning the title on penalty kicks over Santos.
On 14 December 2014, Doriva was appointed as manager of Vasco. The following 4 August, after another state league title, he was named at the helm of Ponte Preta; on 7 August, however, he rescinded with the latter and moved to São Paulo.
George Boateng was appointed captain. Several players, including Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Franck Queudrue and Doriva left the club in the summer while left sided Argentine Julio Arca was signed from local rivals Sunderland A.F.C. for a fee of £1.75m, and young Frenchman Hérold Goulon from Olympique Lyonnais on a three-year deal.
Several players, including Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Doriva left the club at the end of the previous season, and Franck Queudrue was sold to Fulham for £3 million. Argentinian left-back Julio Arca was signed from local rivals Sunderland for a fee of £1.75m, and young Frenchman Herold Goulon was signed from Olympique Lyonnais on a three-year deal.
It is under the pastoral responsibility of the priest Père Samson Doriva. As its name suggests it is dedicated to St. Martin of Tours a Catholic bishop of Tours in France elevated to the status of saint by the Holy See.
Doriva began his career at the youth of São Paulo, and after spending 1992 at Goiás teams Anapolina and Goiânia, was promoted to the main team under coach Telê Santana in 1993. That same year he won both the Libertadores da América and the Intercontinental Cup. In 1995 he was transferred to XV de Piracicaba after having his rights purchased by then-owner Rolim Amaro, founder of TAM Airlines.
After the triumph in the League Cup final the previous season and a solid 11th-place finish in the league, Boro fans were optimistic that this season would be a success. Steve McClaren signed Boudewijn Zenden and Doriva on permanent deals following their loan spells, as well as adding high profile signings Ray Parlour, Mark Viduka, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Michael Reiziger to the squad. With these new additions, the supporters felt that, come the end of the season, Boro would be pushing for a league place good enough to qualify for Europe.
The 2015 season was São Paulo's 86th year since the club's existence. At the first half of the year, São Paulo played the Campeonato Paulista and Copa Libertadores. In the state league the club's performance led to semifinals when "The Dearest" lose to rival Santos in a single match on away field (1-2). By the continental tournament, "Tricolor" reach the round of 16 being beaten by Cruzeiro in penalty shootouts by 3-4 after two equal scores (1-0 home; 0-1 away). In April, Muricy Ramalho left the São Paulo FC due to health problems and the team was trained by assistant coach Milton Cruz during a few matches and managed by Colombian Juan Carlos Osorio and Brazilian Doriva in the course of the season. After only 7 matches Doriva was replaced by Milton Cruz who trained the club again at the end of the year. In the Copa do Brasil, "Tricolor" was defeated by Santos in semifinals with two losses by 1-3, 2-6 on aggregate score. By national league a final 4th position take a place in the first stage of the Copa Libertadores. The main event of the year was the retirement of goalkeeper Rogério Ceni in a symbolical match between the world champions players by São Paulo in 1992 and 2005. The final result was 5-3 to 2005 champions. Rogério Ceni stopped his career at 42 with a record of 1237 matches, 131 goals during his 23 seasons by "Tricolor".
He made his senior début aged 17 on 17 March 2005 in the UEFA Cup in the 1–0 defeat away to Sporting CP which saw the club eliminated 4–2 on aggregate in the last 16, replacing Doriva for the last 11 minutes. Almost six months later, on 10 September, he made his Premier League debut, and first senior start, deputising for the injured fellow academy product Stewart Downing in a 2–1 home win against Arsenal. For much of the first half of the 2005–06 season, he was on the bench as an unused substitute, mainly in the UEFA Cup matches. He made his second start in the competition against Litex Lovech on 15 December and set up Massimo Maccarone's first goal in a 2–0 win. For the rest of the season, he remained in the team's matchday squads, albeit as Downing's deputy or an unused substitute.
Despite losing the new £6 million signing of the returning Juninho, Boro made a promising start to the 2002-03 season, peaking at third in early October. The signings of Maccarone and Boateng, along with the loan of Geremi, gave the fans real hope of a top-six finish. However, following a fantastic 3-0 win away at Spurs at the end of September, Middlesbrough seemed to press the self-destruct button, losing the next 8 games away from home without scoring; although they remained undefeated in this period at home, this saw them sink to 12th position. This persuaded Steve McClaren to make changes, and during the January transfer window he brought in Chris Riggott and Malcolm Christie from Derby County, Michael Ricketts from Bolton Wanderers and Doriva on loan from Celta Vigo. This, coupled with the return of the now-fit Juninho, stopped the bad run of form and the results picked up a bit. Middlesbrough hovered around 14th for a few weeks before finishing 11th. Again, the season was regarded as a disappointment after the promising start.