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Ivo Wortmann

Ivo Ardais Wortmann (born 10 March 1949), better known as Ivo Wortmann, is a Brazilian former professional footballer and currently a professional football manager, who is the current assistant coach at Guangzhou Evergrande.

Ivo Wortmann was a defensive midfielder as a player. He played for América-RJ and for Palmeiras. He coached Saudi Arabia under-16 national team to winning the title in the 1989 FIFA U-16 World Championship.




Saudi Arabia

External links

  • Ivo Wortmann profile. Soccerway.
  • Ivo Wortmann profile. O Gol.
  • Ivo Wortmann profile. Sambafoot.
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