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Examples of "paulo_césar_carpegiani"
Paulo César Carpegiani (born February 7, 1949 in Erechim, Rio Grande do Sul) is a former Brazilian footballer.
The "Albirroja" returned to the FIFA World Cup final stages for the first time since 1986, coached by the Brazilian Paulo César Carpegiani. The squad featured experienced players. Paraguay were drawn into Group D, alongside Bulgaria; Nigeria; and also Spain.
The game has also seen world-famous coaches such as Luiz Felipe Scolari, Abel Braga, Carlos Alberto Parreira, Telê Santana, Rubens Minelli, Valdir Espinosa, Paulo César Carpegiani and Ênio Andrade manage a game.
Victor Ramos made his professional – and Série A – debut on 16 November 2008, playing the full 90 minutes in a 1–2 away loss against Atlético Paranaense. Mainly a second-choice, he only established himself as a starter after the arrival of new manager Paulo César Carpegiani.
For Corinthians, Kadu started in the match against Sport, in a nightmare game Kadu score an infurtate own goal, against Atlético-PR. Before this fact, and the exit of the coach, Paulo César Carpegiani, Kadu had never played any other game for the club.
when he was young kid, Fahad played from Al-Nak'el Club, he moved to Al-Nassr was a small player in the Age 16 years old. Paulo César Carpegiani the coach gave him to chance to play in 1984 to prove his presence with the team.
Born in Arujá, São Paulo, Ribeiro joined Corinthians' youth setup in 2001, aged ten, as a left back. Promoted to the main squad in 2007 by manager Paulo César Carpegiani, he only appeared in four matches during that year, being relegated with the side.
Zé Augusto appointed caretaker manager of Corinthians in April 2007, after the dismissal of Emerson Leão. He later returned to the youth setup after the signing of Paulo César Carpegiani, but returned to first-team duties in August, after the latter was relieved.
In May 2008, Mithyuê was invited for the retired Brazil international midfielder Paulo César Carpegiani to make a trial in football for Grêmio. He accepted the challenge and signed 3-month trial deal to play for the youth team. Mithyuê's rising in football lead the club to extend his contract and he is expected to play for the first team in 2009.
Ramírez made his debut for the Paraguayan national team in 1997. He was selected by manager Paulo César Carpegiani for his 1998 FIFA World Cup squad, and appeared in two group stage contests in France, against Bulgaria and Spain (both 0–0 draws).
The "Albirroja" returned to the FIFA World Cup final stages for the first time since 1986, coached by the Brazilian Paulo César Carpegiani. The squad featured experienced players such as Celso Ayala, Carlos Gamarra, Roberto Acuña, Catalino Rivarola and national team captain José Luís Chilavert, who all had at least 40 appearances to their name. Paraguay were drawn into Group D, alongside Bulgaria, who had finished in fourth place in 1994; Nigeria, which featured gold medalists from the 1996 Summer Olympics and players from 1994; and also Spain, who had made it to the second round stage at the last four previous World Cups. On 12 June, Paraguay would face Bulgaria were the match would end in a 0–0 draw. The match saw Bulgarian midfielder Anatoli Nankov receive a red card in the 89th minute. On 19 June, Paraguay faced Spain in Saint-Étienne as the two sides drew 0–0.
After another unsuccessful trial at Botafogo, Silva was taken on by Barcelona, a small Brazilian club in the lower divisions. The following year, Silva played at a showcase tournament in São Paulo in the hope of attracting attention of bigger clubs. It is there where he was spotted by Paulo César Carpegiani, who invited him to join RS Futebol Clube in the south of Brazil. By 2001, Silva was a professional and competed in the Brazilian Third Division and other regional tournaments with the first team. In a tournament played in Ancona, Italy, Silva was spotted by Bruno Conti, a coach with Roma. Conti wanted him to play for Roma, but Silva did not accept the offer. Strong performances in his last season as a defensive midfielder led to Silva's move to Juventude.