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Rubens Minelli

Rubens Minelli
Personal information
Full name Rubens Francisco Minelli
Date of birth (1928-12-19) 19 December 1928
Place of birth São Paulo, Brazil
Playing position manager
Teams managed
Years Team
1963-1965 América (SP)
1966 Botafogo (SP)
1966 América (SP)
1967 Sport
1968 Francana
1969 Guarani
1969-1971 Palmeiras
1971-1973 Portuguesa
1973 Rio Preto
1974-1976 Internacional
1977-1979 São Paulo
1979-1980 Al-Hilal
1982-1983 Palmeiras
1984 Atlético Mineiro
1985 Grêmio
1986 Corinthians
1987-1988 Palmeiras
1988-1989 Grêmio
1990 Paraná
1991 Rio Branco (SP)
1992 Santos
1995 XV de Piracicaba
1994 Ferroviária
1994-1997 Paraná
1997-1998 Coritiba

Rubens Francisco Minelli (born December 12, 1928) is a Brazilian former football player and manager.

As a player he played for Ypiranga, Nacional (SP), Palmeiras, Taubaté and São Bento, where he ended his career after broken a leg when he was 27.

After any years he started his career as a manager for América, after have coached many clubs of Brazil, like, Internacional, São Paulo, Palmeiras, Grêmio, Paraná, Sport, Francana, Corinthians, Santos, Portuguesa, Guarani, Ponte Preta, Rio Branco, Ferroviária, Atlético Mineiro and Coritiba.[1] Later, he moved abroad to manage Al-Hilal and Saudi Arabia National Team in Saudi Arabia.

Honours

América(SP)
Sport Club Recife
Palmeiras
Sport Club Internacional
Associação Atlética Francana
São Paulo Futebol Clube
Al-Hilal
Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense
Paraná Clube

References

  1. ^ "Futpedia: Rubens Minelli (Rubens Francisco Minelli)" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte. Retrieved 2010-02-15. 
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