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Examples of "paulo_autuori"
Paulo Autuori de Mello (born 25 August 1956) is a Brazilian football manager in charge of Atlético Paranaense.
In 2001 he helped Alianza Lima to win the Apertura Championship in its centennial year. This feat was obtained under Brazilian manager Paulo Autuori.
In 1995, he joined Botafogo, helping the team win their second league title in their history, under Paulo Autuori leadership. In the summer of 1996, Gomes reunited with Autuori at Benfica, but rarely played as Amaral was regular starter.
The 2004 Copa América, which they hosted, saw the team lose in the quarter-finals against Argentina. This began a wave of criticism against Peru's then coach Paulo Autuori, who boycotted the media, and his squad.
The squad for the season consisted of the players listed in the tables below, as well as staff member Paulo Autuori (manager), Mário Wilson (manager) and Manuel José (manager).
Ruiz was called up for his debut match for the Peru national team by Paulo Autuori. He made his debut on 27 August 2003 at home in a 0-0 friendly match against Guatemala.
On 12 November 2009, Paulo Autuori has decided to leave Gremio, after have reached an agreement with the club. Gremio decided to let free the manager, because they can't win the championship title.
Paulo Autuori became the coach of the Qatar Olympic team on 27 August 2011. He replaced Frenchman Bernard Simondi. His first assignment was to lead the team during the 2012 London Olympics Qualification stage.
A football fan since early childhood and a futsal player, Paulo Autuori had to give up his dream of becoming a professional footballer after contracting poliomyelitis in his teens. The disease left him with an atrophied leg and a permanent limp on his walk, which prevented him from playing. However, he did not give up his dream of being part of the footballing world, and decided to learn other aspects of the game. Autuori worked as a physical coach for clubs such as Portuguesa (RJ), and Nacional in Portugal. At Nacional, Paulo Autuori was promoted to manager of the main team, and has enjoyed a successful coaching career ever since.
He began his footballing career as a defender for Guarani de Venâncio Aires in the late 1970s and early 1980s. He gave up playing to become a physical education professional, beginning in 1986 in Rio Grande do Sul, before going on to Guarani de Venâncio Aires, Juventude and Internacional (as well as a spell in 1997 with Paulo Autuori at Cruzeiro).
Fahad Thani (born 1 December 1973) is a Qatari former football player and current manager of the Qatar olympic football team. Thani, coaching mainly youth teams, including the Qatar U–17, was named as the replacement for Paulo Autuori as head coach of the Qatar national team in January 2013.
On 31 January 2010, Alves was loaned to the Qatari seven-time league champion Al Rayyan SC, coached by the Brazilian coach Paulo Autuori. Alves scored 18 goals on his loan spell, 9 of them in seven matches of the AFC Cup, and seven goals in seven league matches. He officially moved to Al-Rayyan in May 2010.
In 2013, with Paulo Miranda and Edson Silva injured, Caio started playing as a centre back. After good performances, he was praised by coach Paulo Autuori who highlighted his contribution to São Paulo's defense. Caio continued to perform so well that Antônio Carlos, hired by the club in the middle of the Brazilian League season, was mostly confined to the substitute's bench.
The club has not experienced much league success as of late, with the last successful league campaign being in 1994–95; however they finished 3rd in the 2010–11 season under Paulo Autuori. Nonetheless, they faced great success in the Emir's Cup and Heir Apparent Cup winning 8 cups in total in 14 years.
Nandinho joined Vitória S.C. in the 1999 summer, being rarely played by Paulo Autuori but featuring more under new coach Álvaro Magalhães. He retired in June 2007 at 34, after spells with Gil Vicente F.C. in the top flight and Leixões S.C. in the second level.
Serrano was called up by manager Paulo Autuori for his debut match with the senior Peru national team on 23 February 2003. His debut match was a friendly against Haiti and finished in a 5-1 win for his side, with Serrano scoring the winning goal in the 19th minute.
On 22 January 2014 Alex Silva was definitely promoted to the main squad by manager Paulo Autuori. He renewed his link with "Galo" on 10 March, running until 2017, and appeared in 40 matches during the campaign (22 in the league).
After the sacking of Lazaroni from the Qatar national team in 2012, Paulo Autuori called Saqr up to the squad selected to face Iran in a 2014 World Cup qualifying match. Saqr did not show up to training. He later stated he did not know he was called up, before announcing his retirement from international football.
It was announced on 29 August 2011 that Dunga had signed a contract with Qatari club Al-Rayyan as a replacement for Paulo Autuori, but Al Rayyan opted to sign another coach after Dunga stated he was "not sure" about the position.
He played his first match with the Peruvian national team against Paraguay in the Germany 2006 campaign, with Paulo Autuori as coach. He scored his first international goal on 12 September 2007 in a friendly game against Bolivia. He was sent off in the 2011 Copa América semi-final match for elbowing a Uruguayan player.