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Osvaldo Brandão

Osvaldo Brandão
Personal information
Date of birth (1916-09-18)18 September 1916
Place of birth Taquara, Brazil
Date of death 29 August 1989(1989-08-29) (aged 72)
Place of death São Paulo, Brazil
Playing position Manager
Teams managed
Years Team
1945 Palmeiras
1947–1948 Palmeiras
1948–1950 Santos
1951–1953 Portuguesa
1954–1957 Corinthians
1955–1956 Brazil
1958–1960 Palmeiras
1961–1963 Independiente
1963 São Paulo
1964–1966 Corinthians
1967 Independiente
1968 Corinthians
1969–1970 Peñarol
1971 São Paulo
1971–1975 Palmeiras
1975–1977 Brazil
1977–1978 Corinthians
1980 Palmeiras
1980–1981 Corinthians
1984 Cruzeiro
1986 Vila Nova

Osvaldo Brandão (born in Taquara, Rio Grande do Sul, September 18, 1916 – died July 29, 1989) was a Brazilian football manager that coached Brazil in 1955, 1956, and 1957, and from 1975 to 1977 and the Sport Club Corinthians Paulista in several times.[1]

He also coached Cruzeiro,[2] Palmeiras,[3] Corinthians, São Paulo, Portuguesa, Santos,[4] Botafogo-SP, Portuguesa Santista, Vila Nova-GO, Independiente[5][6][7] and Peñarol.[8]

References

  1. ^ http://www.estadao.com.br/noticias/esportes,palmeiras-e-corinthians-lancam-trofeu-para-o-classico,334661,0.htm
  2. ^ http://futpedia.globo.com/tecnicos/osvaldo-brandao
  3. ^ http://www.palmeirasonline.com/osvaldo-brand%C3%A3o
  4. ^ http://en.sambafoot.com/trainers/1282_Brandao.html
  5. ^ http://toritocasale.blog.terra.com.ar/2009/11/20/entrenadores-argentinos-en-brasil/
  6. ^ http://www.independiente1905.com.ar/historia/nac1967.htm
  7. ^ http://www.clarin.com/diario/2000/12/29/d-06401.htm
  8. ^ http://girasolweb.tripod.com/tecnicos.htm
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