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Edson Aguiar

Brazilian football coach


Edson Aguiar

After approximately 20 years as a Professional Soccer Player and 25 years between Soccer Assistant Coach, Soccer Head Coach and Soccer Technical Director, in several countries like:

• JAPAN - (MARCH 1993 - DECEMBER 1997) • BRAZIL – (JULY 1998 – JANUARY 2002) • SOUTH KOREA - (FEBRUARY 2002 - MAY 2005) • QATAR - (JULY 2005 - MAY 2009) • BRAZIL - (JULY 2009 – DECEMBER 2010) • QATAR - (JANUARY 2011 - OCTOBER 2017) • USA-CURRENT

In these countries Edson helped to build the human being inserted in the sporting context to fulfill the objectives of the clubs where he worked. He helped these countries in the growth and development of Soccer by forming players that achieve their respective, First Team, Youth National Team, and their National Team, but most importantly Edson helped build a football culture.

“ I believe that the systematic tactical methodology is that of the balance to the WHOLE or the teams where I work, regardless of the country, I try to value them as much as possible and to make all those included in this context can also first understand the construction process and development of this process, since the whole is greater than the sum of the parts, that is, our achievements, are valued only if each one, inserted in the context, has consciously done his best to win the team”.

Edson also Participated in the construction and development of 2 World Cups and 1 World Cup to be held in 2022. And he aims to build players for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

• JAPAN-KOREA WORLD CUP: 2002 • BRAZIL 2014 • QATAR: 2022 • EUA, CANADA AND MEXICO: 2026

Paulo Autuori de Mello

Brazilian football coach


Paulo Autuori de Mello

(born 25 August 1956), known as Paulo Autuori, is a Brazilian football coach.

A football fan since early childhood and a futsal player, Paulo Autuori had to give up his dream of becoming a professional footballer after contracting poliomyelitis in his teens. The disease left him with an atrophied leg and a permanent limp on his walk, which prevented him from playing. However, he did not give up his dream of being part of the footballing world, and decided to learn other aspects of the game. Autuori worked as a physical coach for clubs such as Portuguesa (RJ), and Nacional in Portugal. At Nacional, Paulo Autuori was promoted to manager of the main team, and has enjoyed a successful coaching career ever since.

Autuori graduated in Physical Education at Universidade Castelo Branco; and attended a Sport Admninstration course at PUC-RJ and a Soccer Coach Course at UERJ.

Oswaldo de Oliveira Filho

Brazilian football coach


Oswaldo de Oliveira Filho

(born 5 December 1950), known as Oswaldo de Oliveira, is a Brazilian football manager.

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Oswaldo de Oliveira became the first team coach for Corinthians in 1999 when Vanderlei Luxemburgo left the club to take the Brazil National Team manager role. Oliveira led the club to win the São Paulo State Championship and the Brazilian Série A that same year. In 2000, he made history by taking the first FIFA Club World Championship.
After leaving Corinthians, Oliveira would coach Brazilian teams Vasco, Fluminense, São Paulo, Flamengo, Vitória, Santos, Fluminense and Cruzeiro. In 2007 Oliveira started to coach J. League side Kashima Antlers. So far he has had a quite successful managerial career in Japan, winning three J. League Division 1 titles, one Emperor's Cup, one Japanese Super Cup. In 2009, he became the first J. League manager to be named J. League Manager of the Year three times. In 2012, Oliveira returned to managing in Brazil when he became the manager of Rio de Janeiro side Botafogo. In the 2013 season, he led Botafogo to 4th place in the league, qualifying the team for the Copa Libertadores. After the 2013 season, Oliveira was hired by fellow Brazilian side Santos FC. In 2015, he coached Palmeiras, which made him the first manager to have worked with all four main teams of São Paulo (Corinthians, Palmeiras, Santos and São Paulo) and four main teams of Rio de Janeiro (Botafogo, Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco)

Muricy Ramalho

Brazilian football coach


Muricy Ramalho

(born 30 November 1955) is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder, and was a manager./b>

. His most recent position was as manager of Flamengo, until health issues forced him to step down in 2017.
Between 2006 and 2008, Ramalho led São Paulo to three consecutive national championships. In 2010, he also led Fluminense to the title. On July 23, 2010, it was reported that he had been offered the post of the coach of the Brazil national team,[4] to replace the sacked Dunga. His team at the time, however, Fluminense, refused to release him for the job.

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USSF Coach


Dennis Belisle

(born 30 November 1955) is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder, and was a manager.

.NSCAA ADVANCED NATIONAL CERTIFICATE TAHUHICHI ACADEMIA COACHING BADGE BOLIVIA FBF COURSO EN TACTICOS MODERNOS, BOLIVIA INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COURSE IN MODERN TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT 42 YEARS OF COACHING IN 10 COUNTRIES SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY IN 1982. ABC MENTAL TUFFNESS IN 2016

FERDINANDO DE MATTHAEIS

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FERDINANDO DE MATTHAEIS

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Ferdinando De Matthaeis (born May 29, 1961) Is a retired professional Italian Footballer who played for the New York Cosmos. He currently serves as head coach of Miami United FC in the National Premier Soccer League.

Playing career

De Matthaeis spent the majority of his fifteen-year professional career in New York, with short stints in Italy. He was called in to one National team training camp towards the end of his career. While he played with the New York Cosmos he enjoyed minutes playing alongside some of the greats like Carlos Alberto, Franz Beckenbauer, and Giorgio Chinaglia. He appeared 38 times over 4 years for the New York Cosmos from 1981 to 1984. During his career with the Cosmos he scored 17 times and assisted on 12 goals in both indoor and outdoor competitions.

Coaching career

De Matthaeis coached at IMG Academy in Sarasota, Florida for a number of years, where he developed young athletes in preparation for the next level. In 2014 De Matthaeis moved to Miami, Florida where he became head coach of Miami United FC (NPSL). During his only year in charge he posted a record of 7–3–0 and won the NPSL Sunshine Conference. He became the only Miami United FC head coach to go undefeated during the regular season. In 2015 with the help of another ownership group he founded the Miami Fusion FC of the NPSL. He would coach them in their first season of play to a NPSL Sunshine Conference championship over his former team Miami United FC. With this win he would secure a place for the Miami Fusion FC in the 2016 US Open Cup in their first season.

PETER VALERIO

Football Coach


PETER VALERIO

FOOTBALL COACH

Peter is a Brazilian / American enterpreneur who envisioned a soccer academy where american children can have access to the best coaches and achieve success.

 
 

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