Paulo Porto (football manager)

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Paulo Porto
Personal information
Full name Paulo Francisco da Silva Porto
Date of birth (1951-09-27) 27 September 1951 (age 68)
Place of birth Taquari, Brazil
Playing position Manager
Teams managed
Years Team
1998 Pinheiros-RS
1999 Taquariense
2000–2001 Glória
2001–2002 Guarani
2002 São José-CS
2002 Lages
2003 Marcílio Dias
2004 São José-CS
2004 Lages
2004–2005 Esportivo
2005 Juventude-B
2006 Brasil de Pelotas
2007 Veranópolis
2007 Ulbra-RS
2007 Caxias
2008 Inter de Santa Maria
2008 Metropolitano
2009 Esportivo
2009 Brasil de Pelotas
2010 Glória
2011 Santa Cruz-RS
2011 São Luiz
2012 Caxias
2012 Brasil de Farroupilha
2012 Novo Hamburgo
2013 São Luiz
2013 ABC
2013–2014 Pelotas
2015 Aimoré
2015– Pelotas[1]

Paulo Francisco da Silva Porto known as Paulo Porto (born 27 September 1951 in Taquari) is a Brazilian professional football manager.

Since 1998 he coached the Pinheiros-RS, Taquariense, Glória, Guarani, São José-CS, Lages, Marcílio Dias, Esportivo, Juventude B, Brasil de Pelotas, Veranópolis, Ulbra-RS, Caxias, Inter de Santa Maria, Metropolitano, Santa Cruz-RS, São Luiz, Brasil de Farroupilha, Novo Hamburgo, ABC, Pelotas and Aimoré.[2]

Titles

São José-CS
2002
Esportivo
2004
Veranópolis
2007
Inter-SM
2008
Caxias
2012
Pelotas
2013
2013
2014

References

  1. "Paulo Porto é o novo técnico do Pelotas". Zero Hora. 2015-05-18. Retrieved 2015-09-09.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. Paulo Porto - Paulo Francisco da Silva Porto - Brasil Farroupilha - Sambafoot.com

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