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Manuel Jesualdo Ferreira (born 24 May 1946) is a Portuguese football manager who is the current manager of Qatari club Al Sadd SC.
The squad for the season consisted of the players listed in the tables below, as well as staff members Toni (manager) and Jesualdo Ferreira (manager).
After of some actions of Panathinaikos management in 2012 transfer period, Quincy finally came to sign a three-year contract with the team. The player was happy to his return and work under the instructions of Jesualdo Ferreira.
In 2010–11, Luque continued absent from Málaga's lineups, both under Jesualdo Ferreira and his successor Manuel Pellegrini. In December 2010, he was deemed surplus to requirements alongside five other players, being definitely released on 4 January 2011.
The squad for the season consisted of the players listed in the tables below, as well as managers Jesualdo Ferreira and José António Camacho. Ljubinko Drulović took over the captaincy from Robert Enke.
Gaspar continued to be used exclusively as a backup in 2010–11, by both Jesualdo Ferreira and his successor Manuel Pellegrini. In mid-June 2011, aged 30, he left Málaga and returned to the second level, joining FC Cartagena.
He is now member of the scouting team of Panathinaikos, mostly searching players in Argentina and Southern America. After Jesualdo Ferreira resigned at 14 November 2012, Rocha once more became the manager of Panathinaikos.
José Maria Pedroto is the longest-serving coach, having taken charge of the team for 327 matches in a total of nine seasons, while Jesualdo Ferreira became the first Portuguese coach to win three consecutive league titles (2006–2009). André Villas-Boas's victorious campaign in the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League made him the youngest coach ever to win a European competition.
Barros was also on the bench for the club's 3–0 win against Vitória de Setúbal for the domestic supercup, on 19 August 2006. Shortly afterwards Jesualdo Ferreira was appointed, and he staying as his assistant manager for the following campaigns as Porto won the league four times in a row.
On 28 June 2010, Jesualdo Ferreira was appointed as coach and Moayad Shatat was appointed as vice president and general manager. Following this was the signing of prominent players like Salomón Rondón and Eliseu. In November, however, Jesualdo was fired because he had not obtained the desired performance, positioning the club in the relegation places. Later, Shatat confirmed Manuel Pellegrini as coach.
The following campaign, under Jesualdo Ferreira, Jorginho featured much less, but managed to score against former side Vitória in a 5–1 home success. On 30 August 2007, he signed with perennial UEFA Cup qualification candidates S.C. Braga, on a four-year link.
Fernando continued in the starting lineups in the 2010–11 campaign, under new manager Jesualdo Ferreira. In the second matchday, he scored twice in a 5–3 win at Zaragoza, the first goal coming after just 73 seconds; rarely used by the following coach, Manuel Pellegrini, he still contributed with 21 games as the "Boquerones" finally avoided relegation.
Camacho returned to club action subsequently, being appointed at S.L. Benfica from Portugal on 29 November 2002 in the place of sacked Jesualdo Ferreira. Two years later, his team won the Taça de Portugal against José Mourinho-led FC Porto in extra-time, as well as finishing second in the Primeira Liga.
On 29 July 2011, Zeca signed a four-year contract with Greek giants Panathinaikos FC for a fee of €400,000, as the club was coached by countryman Jesualdo Ferreira. He played all 30 league games in 2012–13, but "Pana" could only finish in sixth place. After a massive rebuilding for the following campaign, he was one of the few survivors.
Seven managers led their teams to consecutive wins in the tournament: János Biri (1943 & 1944), Cândido de Oliveira (1946 & 1948), Mário Lino (1973 & 1974), John Mortimore (1986 & 1987), Fernando Santos (2000 & 2001), Paulo Bento (2007 & 2008) and Jesualdo Ferreira (2009 & 2010). José Maria Pedroto is the only manager to have won three times in a row (1975-1977).
The squad for the season consisted of the players listed in the tables below, as well as staff member Ebbe Skovdahl (manager), Toni (manager), Jesualdo Ferreira (assistant manager), Eusébio (assistant manager), Gaspar Ramos (Director of Football), Vieira da Fonseca (Doctor), Amílcar Miranda (Doctor).
On 21 July 2012 Fornaroli signed a three-year contract with Panathinaikos F.C. after manager Jesualdo Ferreira requested to have him in his team. He made 20 league and 7 continental appearances for the Greek giants without scoring a goal. On 2 September 2013 he terminated his contract with Panathinaikos.
Going into a second year without UEFA competitions, qualifying for Europe was one of the club's top priorities; to improve its competitiveness, Benfica signed some of the best domestic players, Ricardo Rocha and Petit, but also brought back former players, like Hélder and Nuno Gomes. Jesualdo Ferreira remained as manager for his first full season on the club.
On 21 June 2010, Porto announced Nuno's contract would not be renewed. The 36-year-old said he would always support Porto as he left. After his retirement he rejoined former Porto manager Jesualdo Ferreira, moving to Málaga CF as a goalkeeping coach; the pair signed for Panathinaikos FC in November 2010.
The squad for the season consisted of the players listed in the tables below, as well as staff member Toni (manager), Jesualdo Ferreira (assistant manager), Eusébio (assistant manager), Gaspar Ramos (Director of Football), Bernardo Vasconcelos (Doctor), Amílcar Miranda (Doctor), Asterónimo Aráujo (Masseur), Manuel Jorge (Physiotherapist).