Brazilian Championship - Winning Coaches

Year	Winning Coach (Team)

Ta�a Brasil
1959	Carlos Volante (Bahia) [1]
1960	Oswaldo Brandão (Palmeiras)
1961	Luis Alonso "Lula" Perez (Santos)
1962	Luis Alonso "Lula" Perez (Santos)
1963	Luis Alonso "Lula" Perez (Santos)
1964	Luis Alonso "Lula" Perez (Santos)
1965	Luis Alonso "Lula" Perez (Santos)
1966	Aírton Moreira (Cruzeiro)
1967	Mário Travaglini (Palmeiras)
1968	Zagallo (Botafogo)

Roberto Gomes Pedrosa
1967	Aymoré Moreira (Palmeiras)
1968	Antoninho (Santos)
1969	Rubens Minelli (Palmeiras)
1970	Paulo Amaral (Fluminense)

Campeonato Brasileiro
1971	Telê Santana (Atlético-MG)
1972	Oswaldo Brandão (Palmeiras)
1973	Oswaldo Brandão (Palmeiras)
1974	Mário Travaglini (Vasco da Gama)
1975	Rubens Minelli (Internacional)
1976	Rubens Minelli (Internacional)
1977	Rubens Minelli (São Paulo)
1978	Carlos Alberto Silva (Guarani)
1979	Ênio Andrade (Internacional)
1980	Cláudio Coutinho (Flamengo)
1981	Ênio Andrade (Grêmio)
1982	Paulo César Carpegiani (Flamengo)
1983	Carlos Alberto Torres (Flamengo) [2] 
1984	Carlos Alberto Parreira (Fluminense) [3]
1985	Ênio Andrade (Coritiba) [4]
1986	Pepe (São Paulo) [5]
1987	Carlinhos (Flamengo) [6] 
	Jair Picerni (Sport Recife) [7]
1988	Evaristo de Macedo (Bahia)
1989	Nelsinho Rosa (Vasco da Gama)
1990    Nelsinho Baptista (Corinthians) [8]
1991	Telê Santana (São Paulo)
1992	Carlinhos (Flamengo) 
1993    Wanderley Luxemburgo (Palmeiras)
1994    Wanderley Luxemburgo (Palmeiras)
1995	Paulo Autuori (Botafogo)
1996	Luís Felipe Scolari (Grêmio)
1997	Antônio Lopes (Vasco da Gama)
1998    Wanderley Luxemburgo (Corinthians)
1999	Oswaldo de Oliveira (Corinthians)
2000	Joel Santana (Vasco da Gama) [9]
2001	Eugênio "Geninho" Machado Souto (Atlético-PR) [10]
2002	Émerson Leão (Santos)
2003    Wanderley Luxemburgo (Cruzeiro)
2004    Wanderley Luxemburgo (Santos) [11]
2005    Antônio Lopes (Corinthians) [12]
2006    Muricy Ramalho (São Paulo)
2007    Muricy Ramalho (São Paulo)
2008    Muricy Ramalho (São Paulo)
2009    Andrade (Flamengo)
2010    Muricy Ramalho (Fluminense)
2011    Adenor Bacchi "Tite" (Corinthians)
2012    Abel Braga (Fluminense)
2013    Marcelo Oliveira (Cruzeiro)

Notes:
[1] Ifigênio "Geninho" de Freitas Bahiense trained Bahia during all the league; Volante took over for the decisive match.
[2] Paulo César Carpegiani trained Flamengo for 12 matches, Carlinhos for 3 matches, 
Cléber Camerino for 1 match and Carlos Alberto Torres for 10 matches.
[3] Carbone trained Fluminense for 16 matches, José Carlos do Amaral for 1 match and 
Carlos Alberto Parreira for 9 matches.
[4] Dino Sani trained Coritiba for 4 matches, Dirceu Krüger for 1 match and Ênio Andrade 
for 24 matches.
[5] Zé Carlos trained São Paulo for 4 matches and Pepe for 20 matches.
[6] Antônio Lopes trained Flamengo for 1 match and Carlinhos for 18 matches.
[7] Émerson Leão trained Sport Recife for 18 matches (Yellow Module - see file for
details) and Jair Picerni for 2 matches (Final Phase).
[8] Zé Maria trained Corinthians for 2 matches and Nelsinho Baptista for 23 matches.
[9] Oswaldo de Oliveira trained Vasco da Gama for 29 matches and Joel Santana for 3 matches.
[10] Mário Sérgio trained Atlético Paranaense for 10 matches and Geninho for 20 matches.
[11] Émerson Leão trained Santos for 4 matches, Márcio Fernandes for 1 match and Vanderlei
Luxemburgo for 41 matches.
[12] Daniel Passarella trained Corinthians for 3 matches, Márcio Bittencourt for 25 matches
(including 2 anulled - see file for more informations) and Antônio Lopes for 14 matches
(plus 2 rematches - see file for more informations).


Coaches with most wins a) Only considering the coaches who trained the last match of the championship: 5 Lula Perez (1961, 62, 63, 64, 65) Wanderley Luxemburgo (1992, 93, 98, 2003, 04) 4 Muricy Ramalho (2006, 07, 08, 10) Rubens Minelli (1969, 75, 76, 77) 3 Ênio Andrade (1979, 81, 85) Oswaldo Brandão (1960, 72, 73) 2 Antônio Lopes (1997, 2005) Carlinhos (1987, 92) Telê Santana (1971, 91) b) Considering all coaches who trained in the championship 5 Lula Perez (1961, 62, 63, 64, 65) Wanderley Luxemburgo (1992, 93, 98, 2003, 04) 4 Rubens Minelli (1969, 75, 76, 77) 3 Antônio Lopes (1987, 97, 2005) Carlinhos (1983, 87, 92) Émerson Leão (1987, 2002, 04) Ênio Andrade (1978, 81, 85) Muricy Ramalho (2007, 08, 10) Oswaldo Brandão (1960, 72, 73) 2 Oswaldo de Oliveira (1999, 2000) Paulo César Carpegiani (1982, 83) Telê Santana (1971, 91)
Champion as coach and as player a) Coaches who trained the last match of the championship: Paulo César Carpegiani player: 1975/76 (Internacional) and 1980 (Flamengo) coach: 1982 (Flamengo) - also coached Flamengo in 1983 Joel Santana player: 1974 (Vasco da Gama) coach: 2000 (Vasco da Gama) Émerson Leão player: 1972/73 (Palmeiras) and 1981 (Grêmio) coach: 2002 (Santos) - also coached Sport Recife in 1987 and Santos in 2004 b) Coaches who trained in the championship Andrade player: 1980, 82/83, 87 (Flamengo) coach: 2009 (Flamengo) Mário Sérgio player: 1979 (Internacional) coach: 2001 (Atlético Paranaense) Márcio Bittencourt player: 1990 (Corinthians) coach: 2005 (Corinthians) Muricy Ramalho player: 1977 (São Paulo) coach: 2006/07/08 (São Paulo), 2010 (Fluminense)
Foreign Winners Carlos Volante (Bahia) - Argentinian.
Multiple Level Winners Winners of first and second level: Pepe first level: 1986 (São Paulo) second level: 1988 (Internacional-SP) Wanderley Luxemburgo first level: 1993/94 (Palmeiras), 1998 (Corinthians), 2003 (Cruzeiro), 2004 (Santos) second level: 1989 (Bragantino) Geninho II first level: 2001 (Atlético-PR) second level: 2000 (Paraná Clube) Émerson Leão first level: 2002 (Santos) second level: 1987 (Sport Recife) Winners of first and third level: Antônio Lopes first level: 1997 (Vasco da Gama), 2005 (Corinthians) third level: 1981 (Olaria) Carlos Alberto Parreira first level: 1984 (Fluminense) third level: 1999 (Fluminense) list of 2nd level winning coaches list of 3rd level winning coaches list of 4th level winning coaches


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