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Examples of "marcelo_oliveira"
Marcelo Oliveira Ferreira (born 29 March 1987), or simply Marcelo Oliveira, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a left back and defensive midfielder for Grêmio.
Marcelo Oliveira is married and is Roman Catholic.
Marcelo Oliveira Silva known as Marcelinho (born 10 September 1984) is a Brazilian football player.
Marcelo Oliveira (born 4 March 1955 in Pedro Leopoldo) is a Brazilian former footballer and current manager.
Marcelo Oliveira started his professional career on loan at Paulista in 2006. He made his professional debut against Juventude he helped Timão to win the match.
In June 2007 he scored his 1st senior goal for Corinthians against América-RN. Marcelo Oliveira was injured in a Série A match against Grêmio on August 8, 2007, and was out for the rest of the 2007 season.
With the amazing achievements of Marcelo Oliveira and his squad, led by goalkeeper/captain Fábio, along with Everton Ribeiro and Ricardo Goulart, Cruzeiro came to the 2014 season with the pressure to repeat its success.
Marcelo José Oliveira (born 5 September 1981 in Santa Rita do Sapucaí), commonly known as Marcelo Oliveira, is a Brazilian football defender who plays for Moreirense in the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
Marcos Vinícius dos Santos Gonçalves (Santos, May 24, 1979), better known as Marquinhos Santos is a Brazilian soccer manager. He was the coach of Coritiba, his first professional team, from 2012 to 2013. He replaced Marcelo Oliveira.
On June 9, 2015, head coach Oswaldo de Oliveira was sacked by Palmeiras due to a slow start during the Campeonato Brasileiro. On June 10, 2015, Palmeiras reached an agreement with Marcelo Oliveira, recently sacked from Cruzeiro and Brazilian champion of 2013 and 2014.
On March 23, 2015, after the match against America-MG by the State Championship, won by 2-0, Marcelo Oliveira reached the hundredth victory in 152 games commanding the cruise staff. With a utilization of 72.1%, he became the coach with the best performance in the history of club.
In 2013 Cruzeiro was back to its revamped home stadium and was finally able to direct higher investments to its football department. President Gilvan Tavares, along with director Alexandre Mattos signed coach Marcelo Oliveira and over 20 players during the 2012-2013 off-season.
Many Cruzeiro players were elected on the league's best 11, with Everton Ribeiro winning the 2013 Bola de Ouro and Brazilian Football Confederation Best Player awards. Goalkeeper Fábio, defenders Dedé and Mayke, midfielder Nilton and coach Marcelo Oliveira also received individual awards.
After conversations with Abel Braga and Marcelo Oliveira he pursued a career as a football manager. His first club was Oeste, from the third tier of Campeonato Catarinense. In 2014, he managed Genus in the Campeonato Rondoniense, later returning to Paraná state to Francisco Beltrão and later Andraus winning the 3rd division of Campeonato Paranaense.
On July 28, 2013, Baptista went to the Mineirão Stadium in an armored car, and was presented to "Celeste" fans in the club's 4-1 victory against rivals Atlético Mineiro. After his presentation, Baptista did not confirm when he could debut for his new club. According to "La Bestia", it depended on "documentation and of Marcelo Oliveira (Cruzeiro's coach)".
As in 2013, several Cruzeiro players were featured among the league's best 11, with Ricardo Goulart winning the 2014 Bola de Ouro award and Everton Ribeiro taking his second consecutive Brazilian Football Confederation Best Player award. Defenders Dedé and Egídio, midfielder Lucas Silva and coach Marcelo Oliveira also received notable individual awards.
Manager Marcelo Oliveira praised Baptista for working to return to his best shape. Asked about in which position Oliveira would play Baptista, he affirmed that Baptista would play as a playmaker, because he played in this position for Sevilla, in his best days. Oliveira also said he wanted Ricardo Goulart instead of Baptista to mark players.
This was the first Copa do Brasil win for manager Marcelo Oliveira, having reached the finals four times as he was runners-up in 2011, 2012 and 2014. The title was also Palmeiras' first playing in Allianz Parque, inaugurated on November 2014.
On November 13, 2013, accounting for 59 games for Cruzeiro (45 wins, 6 draws and 8 losses), Marcelo Oliveira led Cruzeiro to the title A Series of Brazilian Soccer Championship, transforming the mining club in the early champion in the era points corridos. Six days later, Oliveira extended his contract for another year with the club at the end of the season, was elected by the Brazilian Football Confederation best coach Campeonato.
Three years later on October 25, 1991, the band got together again to play at "La Factoría" for a sold-out audience of 1,000 people. The event was recorded as a live album titled “La Lluvia Ha Huelto A Caer” [The Rain Has Fallen Again]. In this occasion, they performed as a quartet with Nattero on guitar, Casanova on vocals, Marcelo Oliveira on drums, and a new bass guitar player: Daniel Bonilla.