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Examples of "ricardo_gomes"
Ricardo Gomes was appointed as manager at the beginning of the season, replacing Laurent Banide.
Ricardo Gomes Xavier, born in Bonito, Brazil, is a football forward.
Ricardo Gomes Lezón Bouças (born 16 December 1994) is a Portuguese footballer who plays for S.C. Covilhã, as a defender.
Fábio Ricardo Gomes Fonseca (born 18 August 1985), commonly known as Espinho, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Boavista F.C. as a central midfielder.
Fluminense: Paulo Víctor, Aldo, Duílio, Ricardo Gomes and Renato; Jandir, Delei (Renê) and Assis; Romerito, Washington (Wilsinho) and Tato. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Fluminense: Paulo Víctor; Aldo, Duílio, Ricardo Gomes and Branco; Jandir, Delei and Assis; Romerito, Washington and Tato. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Ricardo Gomes Vilana (born 18 July 1981) is a Brazilian footballer, who plays for Guaratinguetá in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.
Ventura returned to Botafogo in 2015, after a short spell at CSA. On 13 August 2016, he was definitely appointed as first team manager, replacing São Paulo-bound Ricardo Gomes.
Ramalho was fired from the manager post following a defeat in the home leg of the 2009 Copa Libertadores to Cruzeiro, São Paulo's fourth consecutive Libertadores Cup elimination to another Brazilian. Ricardo Gomes took over as manager.
Fluminense again became the Brazilian champion in 1984. This time, they won the state Championship in the years of 1983, 1984 and 1985 with players like Romerito, Ricardo Gomes, Deley, and the "Casal Vinte": Assis and Washington.
During his five-year spell, William helped Benfica to two Primeira Liga championships, forming an efficient partnership with countryman Ricardo Gomes after arriving as a replacement for another Brazilian, Carlos Mozer. In the 1993–94 campaign he did not miss one single game, and still scored four goals.
In the summer of 1988, he signed with S.L. Benfica of Portugal alongside compatriot Ricardo Gomes, a central defender. Both were important elements in their debut season as the team won the Primeira Liga championship, a feat which was again accomplished in 1991, with the midfielder netting five goals in 26 matches.
After impressive displays with the youth ranks of CR Vasco da Gama, Jonathan was promoted to the main squad in 2010 and had excellent displays during the Brazilian League. After the hiring of Ricardo Gomes, he was sent back to the minors to gain more experience, but in June 2011 was promoted back to the senior squad.
To manage the team in the new season, Benfica appointed Paulo Autuori. The Brazilian had just won the Brasileirão with Botafogo and was working in the background with the club since January 1996. He signed Jamir and Donizete from Botafogo, plus others like Jorge Bermúdez or Ronaldo Guiaro. Major departures included Ricardo Gomes, Paulo Bento and Daniel Kenedy.
Neres was promoted to the main squad by manager Ricardo Gomes in August 2016. He made his first team – and Série A debut – on 17 October, coming on as a second half substitute for Robson in a 2–1 away win against Fluminense.
Ricardo Gomes Raymundo (born 13 December 1964) is a former Brazilian professional footballer who played as a central defender. In a 14-year professional career, he played for Fluminense (six years), Benfica (four) and Paris Saint-Germain (four). Subsequently, he went on to have a lengthy managerial career, in both his country and France.
Vasco da Gama, after a poor start in the Campeonato Carioca, has rebounded with the arrival of players like Diego Souza, Alecsandro, Bernardo, and especially the coming of the coach Ricardo Gomes, which along with players like Fernando Prass, Dedé, Anderson Martins, Felipe, Éder Luís, Eduardo Costa and Rômulo, not only reaching the Copa do Brasil finals, as well as the Taça Rio Final (on penalties being defeated by archrival, Flamengo).
On 24 October 2003 Pavon became head coach at Bordeaux, replacing dismissed Élie Baup, and earning a two-year extension at the season's end. In the 2004–05 campaign, he suffered from a heart problem which caused him to miss the last three games of the season, and team president Jean-Louis Triaud announced in June 2005 that the manager was standing down; he continued his work at the club in a scouting function, as Ricardo Gomes took charge.
In 2003, Luisão was named in the squad for the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup, where Brazil, competing with their under-23 team, finished as runner-up to Mexico. On 8 December 2003, Luisão was called up by Ricardo Gomes for the Olympic qualification tournament with the consent of Bengica. However, a few days later, the club changed its position and decided not to release the player due to a derby against Sporting.
He gained 24 caps for Brazil, his debut coming in 1986. After being an unused squad member at that year's FIFA World Cup, he was a starter under Sebastião Lazaroni in the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy, partnering Ricardo Gomes, Carlos Mozer and Ricardo Rocha – all four stoppers saw time during the tournament, Galvão played all four games, three complete – in a 5–3–2 formation, in an eventual round-of-16 exit.