Synonyms for luxemburgo or Related words with luxemburgo

vanderlei              carpegiani              bebeto              culpi              jorginho              marquinhos              costinha              rivaldo              edinho              zagallo              rafinha              jardel              serginho              juanfran              bielsa              parreira              mazinho              jesualdo              maniche              levir              juninho              quaresma              djalminha              muricy              autuori              xisco              deivid              elano              givanildo              careca              adilson              djalma              amarildo              robinho              casemiro              maicon              fernandinho              marcelinho              zinho              sampaoli              luizinho              ronaldinho              hernanes              puyol              xavi              edmilson              gaizka              ardiles              zizinho              ricardinho             

Examples of "luxemburgo"
153 Madrid (Pza. Castilla) - Alcobendas (Rosa Luxemburgo)
153B a.k.a. B53 Madrid (Pinar de Chamartín) - Alcobendas (Rosa Luxemburgo)
El hombre del Luxemburgo (poetry) Editorial Tusquets, Barcelona, 1997.
Vanderlei Luxemburgo da Silva (born 10 May 1952), better known as Vanderlei Luxemburgo, and often known as Wanderley Luxemburgo, is a Brazilian football manager and former player. As a manager he has won Brazil's Série A five times, a record total.
In the 2009 Série A Luxemburgo started well in the competition, but after an incident involving young striker Keirrison, Luxemburgo was dismissed from Palmeiras in the seventh round of the competition.
On 29 June 2013, Luxemburgo was dismissed by directors of Grêmio.
(2011) Os Portugueses no Luxemburgo. Contribuição para a história das migrações. Lisboa: Sítio do Livro.
Vanderlei Luxemburgo started his career as a manager in 1983, coaching Campo Grande.
On 30 July 2013, Luxemburgo signed with "carioca" side Fluminense FC, that dismissed, one day earlier, Abel Braga. Luxemburgo defended his predecessor, calling him "winner", and lamented his resignation, a "culture of brazilian football". The coach, to resume, wants his players "wrathful with losses". On 12 November Fluminense FC sacked Luxemburgo after a long winless streak. At the time Fluminense stood in 18th place in the Brazilian Série A and was under relegation threat.
On 23 September 2015, Vanderlei Luxemburgo was named as a new head coach of Tianjin Songjiang, for the 2016 season.
On 2 June 2015, Vanderlei Luxemburgo was named as a new head coach of Cruzeiro Esporte Clube.
On 21 February 2012, it was announced that Luxemburgo was taking charge of Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense until 31 December 2012. On April 29, 2013, after getting involved in a fight in the game between Grêmio and Huachipato for the Libertadores Cup, Luxemburgo was suspended for six games in this competition.
After hanging up his boots, Deivid did several internships and coaching courses. In 2014, he was hired as an assistant at Flamengo, working alongside Vanderlei Luxemburgo. In 5 April 2015, he had its first game as a coach, replacing Luxemburgo which had been punished by FERJ with 2 games of suspension. Under his command Flamengo beat Fluminense by 3-0 in a Taça Guanabara game. He followed Luxemburgo as an assistant for Cruzeiro. After the exit of the manager, he remained in the permanent staff of the club. After the exit of the Mano Menezes, he signed as a manager.
This formation had been previously used at Real Madrid by Vanderlei Luxemburgo during his failed stint at the club during the latter part of the 2004–05 season and throughout the 2005–06 season. This formation has been described as being "deeply flawed" and "suicidal". Luxemburgo is not the only one to use this although it had been used earlier by Brazil in the early 1980s. At first, Telê Santana, then Carlos Alberto Parreira and Vanderlei Luxemburgo proposed basing the "Magic Rectangle" on the work of the wing backs. The rectangle becomes a 3–4–3 on the attack because one of the wing backs moves downfield.
Marcelinho is also well known for his off-field antics, including frequent disputes with coaches (most famously with Wanderley Luxemburgo), management, and teammates.
Alberto has had one international appearance for Brazil under Vanderlei Luxemburgo in a 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup match against New Zealand on July 30, 1999.
This season, Santos announced the return of the manager Vanderlei Luxemburgo, who had left the club in the last season and failed at Real Madrid.
Several Europeans cities joined to the march, include Paris, Rome, London, Luxemburgo and Edinburgh. In Latin America, the participation of Buenos Aires was important.
On 20 January 2016, Geuvânio was sold to China League One side Tianjin Quanjian for a fee of €11 million, joining compatriots Luís Fabiano, Jadson and Vanderlei Luxemburgo.
The 2004 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A was the 48th edition of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. The competition was won by Santos, coached by Vanderlei Luxemburgo.