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Valdir Espinosa

Valdir Espinosa
Personal information
Full nameValdir Ataualpa Ramirez Espinosa
Date of birth (1947-10-07) October 7, 1947 (age 66)
Place of birthPorto Alegre, Brazil
Teams managed
YearsTeam
1980Ceará
1981Londrina
1982São Bento
1983–1984Grêmio
1984–1985Al-Hilal
1986Grêmio
1987–1988Cerro Porteño
1989–1991Botafogo
1992–1994Cerro Porteño
1995Palmeiras
1996Portuguesa
1996Corinthians
1997Fluminense
1997Verdy Kawasaki
1998Coritiba
1998-1999Botafogo
2000-2001Fluminense
2001Vitória
2002Atlético Paranaense
2003–2004Fluminense
2005Brasiliense
2005Ceará
2005Fortaleza
2005–2006Flamengo
2006Santa Cruz
2007Cerro Porteño
2007Vasco da Gama
2008Portuguesa
2011Duque de Caxias

Valdir Ataualpa Ramirez Espinosa, usually known as Valdir Espinosa (born October 7, 1947 in Porto Alegre) is a Brazilian football (soccer) manager.

Titles

Grêmio
1983
1983
1986
Cerro Porteño
1987, 1992
Botafogo
1989
Brasiliense
2005

External links

  • (Portuguese) sambafoot
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Uruguay Hugo Bagnulo
Copa Libertadores winning managers
1983
Succeeded by
Argentina José Pastoriza
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