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Celso Roth

Celso Roth
Personal information
Full name Celso Juarez Roth
Date of birth (1957-11-30) November 30, 1957
Place of birth Caxias do Sul (RS), Brazil
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1975–1978 Juventude
Teams managed
1988–1990 Al Qadisiya
1990–1991 Indonesia U-20
1991–1992 Qatar U-20
1992–1993 Al Etehad
1993–1994 Internacional
1994 Al-Ahli
1995 Brasil de Pelotas
1996 Juventus
1996 Esportivo
1996 Caxias do Sul
1996–1998 Internacional
1998 Vitória
1998–1999 Grêmio
2000 Sport Recife
2000 Grêmio
2001 Palmeiras
2002 Santos
2002 Internacional
2003 Atlético Mineiro
2004 Goiás
2005 Flamengo
2005 Botafogo
2007 Vasco da Gama
2008–2009 Grêmio
2009 Atlético Mineiro
2010 Vasco da Gama
2010–2011 Internacional
2011 Grêmio
2012 Cruzeiro
2014 Coritiba
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Celso Juarez Roth, usually known as Celso Roth (born November 30, 1957 in Caxias do Sul), is a Brazilian football manager.

Coaching career

On May 4, 2009 the former Grêmio coach joined Atlético Mineiro until the end of the season, he replaces Émerson Leão. On June 12, 2010 Celso Roth was appointed as the coach of Internacional. About two-month after being appointed, he was rewarded with the 2010 Copa Libertadores title as Internacional beat Guadalajara in a two-leg final. On April 8, 2011 Roth was sacked with a decision from the board meeting. He had been criticized among fans since Internacional’s defeat to TP Mazembe in the Club World Cup semi-final match in December 2010.[1]

Honors

Internacional
1997
2010
Grêmio
1999
1999
Sport Recife
2000

References

  1. ^ "Official: Internacional sack coach Celso Roth".  

External links

  • (Portuguese) Official website
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