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Examples of "muricy_ramalho"
In January 2011 Fluminense sing the player for peticion by, Muricy Ramalho, coach of the Fluminense.
Marcelo Martelotte assumed as caretaker until 5 April when Muricy Ramalho was officially announced as new coach.
Muricy Ramalho (born 30 November 1955) is a Brazilian head coach and former football player, who played as an attacking midfielder. He is currently the manager of Flamengo.
Palmeiras started the campaign under management of Muricy Ramalho, who was dismissed on 18 February 2010 after some bad results. Manager Antônio Carlos Zago took over Palmeiras at the same day.
As of 2011 the manager is Muricy Ramalho, becoming the second manager, after Lula, to win the Copa Libertadores and the continental double by winning the 2011 Campeonato Paulista and the 2011 Copa Libertadores.
Manuel Rangel, Eusebio Martínez, Juan Manuel Asensi 11 goals, Juan Manuel Borbolla 7 goals, C. S. Idigoras 12 goals, Juan Alvarado 1 goal, Muricy Ramalho 11 goals and coached by Leonel Urbina.
Internacional of Rio Grande du Sul executed a strong campaign, finishing with a total of 78 points. Coach Muricy Ramalho led a team with Rafael Sobis, Fernandão, and Tinga to the best performance of any team in the second half, narrowly missing the opportunity for their own fourth national title, but also securing a place in the first round of the Libertadores.
On 26 May 2016, Zé Ricardo was appointed as caretaker of the first team, after Muricy Ramalho resigned due to health problems. His first professional match in charge occurred on 29 May 2016, a 2–1 Série A away win against Ponte Preta.
Leandrinho was later praised by manager Muricy Ramalho due to his performances, but was demoted to the under-20s, helping the side to win the category's Campeonato Paulista. He scored his first professional goal on 10 July 2013, netting his side's only in a 1–1 home draw against CRAC, for that year's Copa do Brasil.
On 25 May 2013, Santos announced that they had sold Neymar to Barcelona for a fee of € 57 million. A week later, the club sacked the head coach Muricy Ramalho due to the discontent of the crowd and the club's directors with his results. For his place, Claudinei Oliveira assumed as caretaker.
In January 2013, after being ten games without scoring and falling in the pecking order, André was criticized by his manager Muricy Ramalho due to his fitness problems. He then scored two goals against XV de Piracicaba on 24 February and reduced the pressure on him.
Manager Vanderlei Luxemburgo left the team on 25 June alongside young striker Keirrison, after a discussion with Palmeiras chairman Luiz Gonzaga de Mello Belluzzo. The Interim Manager Jorginho assumed the team for 1 month with great results and Muricy Ramalho took charge of the team until the end of the season.
In January 2013, after being deemed suplus to requirements by manager Muricy Ramalho, David Braz was loaned to Vitória. However, in August he was left out of the first-team squad, later accusing the club of not paying his wages. He eventually returned to Santos in December.
Darío was an assistant manager at São Paulo when he took over the interim manager position in 1997, succeeding manager Muricy Ramalho. Under his management, São Paulo shook off a weak campaign in the São Paulo State Championship, but the team only obtained the vice-championship title and a 13th position in the Campeonato Brasileiro. After 1998, Pereyra was replaced by manager Nelsinho Baptista.
On 20 June 2009, Gomes signed with São Paulo FC, replacing Muricy Ramalho. In early February 2011, he moved to CR Vasco da Gama, leading his hometown club to its first ever Brazilian Cup, a 3–3 aggregate win against Coritiba Football Club.
On 26 August 2012, Luís Fabiano scored twice in São Paulo's 2–1 win over Corinthians. In 2013, however, after a year in which he was injured or had been out of form, Luís Fabiano was charged by Muricy Ramalho, then the coach of club. According to Ramalho, using Ganso (who recovered his good shape) as an example, Ramalho stated Luís Fabiano needs "wanting more".
At his first years of career, Thiago Gentil had the occasion to work under 3 of the best Brazilian coaches: Luis Felipe Scolari, Muricy Ramalho and Vanderlei Luxemburgo. However, the first one he considers as his "football father", after Scolari was one who integrated him in Palmeiras by giving him chances to show his rich talent. Under the rules of Muricy he won the Pernambuco state championship for Naútico in 2001.
On 28 February 2010 Silva made his senior debut for Fluminense, starting and scoring the second of a 5–1 home routing over Friburguense for the Campeonato Carioca championship; his Série A debut came on 9 May, coming on as a late substitute in a 1–0 loss at Ceará. In October, Silva was widely criticised by coach Muricy Ramalho, after his complaints due to the lack of opportunities, and subsequently appeared rarely after the disruption with his manager.
In the 1980–81 tournament the club finished 12 overall and obtained 37 points by means of 12 victories, 13 draws and 13 losses. The club scored 37 goals that tournament. In this tournament the Brazilian player Muricy Ramalho joined the club and scored 7 goals, becoming a player that would go down in history with the club. In this tournament, the club used the city as its badge.
On 9 September 2013, Autuori was dismissed by directors of São Paulo FC after the 2–0 loss against Coritiba FC, a result that kept the club in relegation zone of Brazilian League. In a report from official site of club, there is a praising about his work. His substitute is Muricy Ramalho, that, ironically, also replaced him in 2006 in club from Morumbi Stadium.