Antônio Dumas

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Antônio Dumas
Personal information
Full name Antônio Dumas Ramalho Esteves
Date of birth (1955-11-28) November 28, 1955 (age 59)
Place of birth Santo André (SP), Brazil
Playing position Manager
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Bahia
Leônico
Santos
Olhanense
GD Chaves
Teams managed
1987 Lagartense
1988 Estanciano
1989 Centro Sportivo Maruinense
1989–1990 Guarany-SE
1990 Itabaiana
1991–1992 Olímpico-SE
1993 Vasco-SE
1994 Frei Paulo
1995–1996 Itabi
1997–1998 Lagartense
1998–2000 Gabon
2000–2001 São Tomé and Príncipe
2002–2004 Togo
2004–2006 Equatorial Guinea
2007–2008 Atlético de Alagoinhas
2008–2009 Colo-Colo
2010 Gloriense
2010–2011 Estanciano
2011 Olímpico
2011 Socorrense
2012 Al-Mourada
2012 Avenir sportif de Gabès
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Antônio Dumas Ramalho Esteves (born November 28, 1955 in Santo André, São Paulo) is a Brazilian football manager.

He played for Esporte Clube Bahia, Desportiva Leônico, Santos, S.C. Olhanense and G.D. Chaves.

He coached a number of team in Brazil, and Gabon, São Tomé and Príncipe, Togo and Equatorial Guinea in Africa.

Dumas explained in a letter sent to a Brazilian media that he wasn't dismissed from the Togolese national team. It was he who wanted to leave, having received the job offer from the Equatoguinean Football Federation to be the coach of its national team.[1]

Naturalization of players[edit]

Being the Togo's coach and later the Equatorial Guinea's coach, Dumas naturalized to Brazilian-born players for improve the level of both national teams, but the results weren't ideal.

Togo had six naturalized players (Hamílton, Mikimba, Bill, Fábio Oliveira, Cris and Fabinho) in 2003, who took part of the Qualifications to the 2004 African Cup of Nations and the 2006 FIFA World Cup. And Equatorial Guinea had, minimally, eight naturalized players at the request of Ruslán Obiang Nsue (Danilo, Ronan, André Neles, Daniel Martins, Léo Quirino, Fernando, Anderson and Alex) between 2005 and 2007, who took part of the 2006 CEMAC Cup and the Qualification to the 2008 African Cup of Nations.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] (Portuguese)

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