Synonyms for zezé_moreira or Related words with zezé_moreira

antônio_lopes              paulo_césar_carpegiani              aymoré_moreira              givanildo_oliveira              yustrich              geninho              sylvio_pirillo              amarildo              rené_simões              argel_fucks              valdomiro              rubens_minelli              mazinho              vadão              jair_pereira              gilson_kleina              renato_gaúcho              sérgio_soares              levir_culpi              vágner_mancini              telê_santana              carvalho_leite              ricardo_gomes              valdir_espinosa              nelsinho              adílson_batista              lori_sandri              gílson              ondino_viera              émerson_leão              alejandro_scopelli              nílson              joão_alves              nelito              vágner_benazzi              nelinho              cassiá              osvaldo_brandão              dino_sani              mário_zagallo              jorginho              celso_roth              sebastião_lazaroni              marcelo_oliveira              aníbal_ruiz              carlos_alhinho              zinho              estevam_soares              péricles_chamusca              djalma_santos             



Examples of "zezé_moreira"
Zezé Moreira managed several clubs, like Botafogo, Fluminense, Cruzeiro, Sport Recife and Nacional of Uruguay. He was also the Brazilian national team manager in 1952, 1954 and 1955.
Aymoré Moreira (April 24, 1912 – July 26, 1998) was a football player and coach. He was a brother of Zezé Moreira and Ayrton Moreira, both of them also successful coaches in Brazilian football.
Brazilian football manager Aymoré Moreira, and his brothers, Zezé Moreira and Ayrton Moreira, who were also managers, were born in the city. Miracema Futebol Clube is a city's football club.
In 1970, the Estádio do Morumbi was finally completed and the club purchased Gérson from Botafogo, Uruguayan midfielder Pedro Rocha from Peñarol and striker Toninho Guerreiro from Santos. The club was managed by Zezé Moreira, who was the manager of Brazil at the World Cup in 1954, and won the Paulista Championship after beating Guarani 2–1 in the Campinas a week before the end of the competition.
Alfredo Moreira Júnior, usually known as Zezé Moreira (October 16, 1917 in Miracema – April 10, 1998 in Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian footballer and football manager that coached Brazil for some games in 1952. He was born in Miracema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is a brother of Aymoré Moreira and Ayrton Moreira, both of them successful coaches in the Brazilian football. In 1976, as Cruzeiro's manager, he won the Copa Libertadores.