Synonyms for telê_santana or Related words with telê_santana

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Examples of "telê_santana"
The 2006 competition's trophy was named after Telê Santana.
Telê Santana da Silva, also known as Telê Santana (26 July 1931 – 21 April 2006), was a Brazilian football manager and former player (right winger). He was born in Itabirito, Minas Gerais.
São Paulo: Zetti; Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo and Raí; Müller, Macedo and Elivélton (Mário Tilico). Head coach: Telê Santana.
São Paulo: Zetti; Zé Teodoro, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo, Cafu and Raí; Macedo and Müller (Flávio). Head coach: Telê Santana.
Born in Cruz Alta, Rio Grande do Sul, Catê began his football career with local side Guarany. He had a brief spell with Grêmio before finding success with São Paulo under manager Telê Santana.
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.
A principled man, he refused to go to 1986 FIFA World Cup at Mexico after a disagreement with the coach Telê Santana over the exclusion of his teammate Renato from the squad.
He was a reserve player in the 1978 FIFA World Cup, scoring three goals. He was also reserve player for Serginho Chulapa in the 1982 FIFA World Cup, and was called by Telê Santana after Careca got injured.
Duquecaxiense Futebol Clube play their home games at Estádio Mestre Telê Santana, commonly known as "Estádio Municipal de Duque de Caxias" and "Estádio Maracanazinho de Duque de Caxias". The stadium has a maximum capacity of 1,000 people.
Telê Santana (1931-2006), soccer coach of the Brazilian professional team during the 1982 World Cup and 1986 World Cup editions. He is regarded as one of the greatest innovators in the history of Brazilian soccer.
Former and famous Brazilian coach Telê Santana also coached Al Ahli from 1983 to 1985 and won 2 titles, one is league 1984 and the second is King Cup in 1983. Al Ahli has played seventeen King Cup finals, won thirteen and lost only four.
The Brazilian national football team, then coached by Atlético Mineiro's former manager Telê Santana, trained on the grounds in its preparation for the 1982 FIFA World Cup. During the decades in which it was the club's training ground, Vila Olímpica, which also includes leisure facilities, was shared between the first-team and the associates, with disagreements sometimes happening.
Born in Marília, São Paulo, Guilherme started his professional career at age 18 with local Marília Atlético Clube. After a few games, São Paulo FC manager Telê Santana signed him, and he played a relatively important part in the club's conquests in the following two years: the Supercopa Sudamericana, the Copa Libertadores, the Intercontinental Cup, the Copa CONMEBOL and the Recopa Sudamericana.
Duque de Caxias plays its home games at Estádio Romário de Souza Faria, also known as "Marrentão", which has a maximum capacity of 7,000 people. Marrentão replaced Estádio Mestre Telê Santana, also known as "Maracanãzinho", as the club 's home ground.
Jozić is the only manager from outside South America to have won the competition. Olimpia, Colo-Colo, and LDU Quito are the only winning sides that has never won the trophy with a national manager. Luis Cubilla, Telê Santana and Alfio Basile are the only managers to have won the competition twice. Santana and Basile did so in consecutive years.
From 1992 to 1993, São Paulo were the dominating team. With Telê Santana as the coach, and star players like Müller, Raí, Cafú and Palhinha, the old club of Leônidas and Zizinho won their first international title in 1992. They repeated their success again in 1993, becoming the first Brazilian team to successfully defend the title since Santos FC in 1963.
Estádio Romário de Souza Faria, also known as Marrentão, is a football (soccer) stadium located in Xerém, a district of Duque de Caxias, Brazil. It is named after Brazilian footballer Romário de Souza Faria. The stadium is owned by Duque de Caxias. It replaced Estádio Mestre Telê Santana, nicknamed "Maracanãzinho", as Duque de Caxias' home ground.
In 1971, the club beat Palmeiras 1–0 with a goal from Toninho Guerreiro in the final to capture another state title. That year saw the inaugural Campeonato Brasileiro, with the club finishing as runners-up to Atlético Mineiro, managed by Telê Santana.
Four managers have won two titles, each of them back-to-back and with the same club (Luís Alonso Pérez with Santos in 1962 and 1963, Helenio Herrera with Internazionale in 1964 and 1965, Arrigo Sacchi with Milan in 1989 and 1990 and Telê Santana with São Paulo in 1992 and 1993).
Founded in 1930, São Paulo was an inaugural member of the "Clube dos 13" group of Brazil's leading football clubs. The club's most consistent spell of success came in the 1990s, under coach Telê Santana, when it won three state titles, one national championship, two Copa Libertadores, two Recopa Sudamericanas, two Intercontinental Cups, one Supercopa Sudamericana, one Copa CONMEBOL, one Copa Masters CONMEBOL.