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Examples of "sebastião_lazaroni"
Sebastião Lazaroni also used this formation as manager of Brazil during their unsuccessful 1990 World Cup campaign.
In July 2014, Hašek succeeded a long-time coach Sebastião Lazaroni as the new coach of Qatar SC ahead of the 2014–15 season.
Sebastião Barroso Lazaroni, commonly known as Sebastião Lazaroni (born September 25, 1950), is a Brazilian football (soccer) manager who last coached Qatar Stars League club Qatar SC. He was born in Muriaé, Minas Gerais state.
In April 2014, he became the head of the scouting department at the Romanian Football Federation. On 27 June 2016, Țicleanu was hired as Qatar SC manager replacing Sebastião Lazaroni.
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.
Associazione Calcio Fiorentina failed to take off under former Brazilian national team coach Sebastião Lazaroni, and ended the season in 12th place. The result prompted president Cecchi Gori to sign German starlet Stefan Effenberg among others for the coming season, also replacing Lazaroni with Luigi Radice. The most significant event in Fiorentina's season was the arrival of Argentinian striker Gabriel Batistuta, who was to become Fiorentina's all-time topscorer during his nine years at the club.
After 40 years, Brazil was victorious in the 1989 Copa América, this being their fourth victory in four tournaments hosted in Brazil. At the 1990 World Cup in Italy, Brazil was coached by Sebastião Lazaroni. With a defensive scheme, whose main symbol was midfielder Dunga, forward Careca and three centre-backs, the team lacked creativity but made it to the second round. Brazil was eliminated by Diego Maradona-led Argentina in the round of 16 in Turin, losing to their South American archrivals 1–0.
After leaving his national team post, he was a part of ASPIRE Academy's coaching staff, managing the U–16 team. In 2011, he once again joined the Qatar U–17 team as an assistant coach during the 2011 Under 17 Gulf Cup of Nations. He was later appointed as the assistant coach of Qatar under Sebastião Lazaroni in August 2011. In January 2013, after a series of disappointing results and performances, namely a lackluster performance in the 2013 Gulf Cup of Nations, Paulo Autuori mutually terminated his contract with the QFA and Thani was chosen as the new head coach.
Between 1986 and 1991, he played with Fiorentina, collecting 122 appearances and 10 goals in Serie A over five seasons. Although he was initially acquired as a winger in 1986, the club's new Brazilian manager at the time, Sebastião Lazaroni decided to deploy him as an attacking full-back or wing-back, in the mould of offensive, Brazilian attacking fullbacks, such as Djalma Santos, due to Di Chiara's pace, technical ability, and his offensive style of play. During his time at the club, he reached the 1990 UEFA Cup Final.
In the 1990 World Cup, held in Italy, Brazil was coached by Sebastião Lazaroni, who was hardly known before the Cup. With a defensive scheme, whose main symbol was midfielder Dunga, forward Careca and three full-backs, the team lacked creativity but made it to the second round. Like in Mexico, Brazil were again confined to one stadium, Juventus' Stadio delle Alpi in Turin. They won all three of their group stage matches against Sweden (2–1), Costa Rica (1–0) and Scotland (1-0), during playing the latter, a hard free-kick taken by Branco hit Scottish midfielder Murdo MacLeod in the head, knocking him out cold. They then had to face Argentina in their second round match. Against a weaker Argentine side, Brazil applied heavy pressure and had numerous chances to score, but Claudio Caniggia eventually found Brazil's net after a brilliant Diego Maradona assist, thereby eliminating Brazil.