Hélio dos Anjos
|Full name||Hélio César dos Anjos Pinto|
|Date of birth||March 7, 1958|
|Place of birth||Janaúba (MG), Brazil|
|Playing position||Goalkeeper (retired)|
XV de Piracicaba
Vasco da Gama
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
While still acting as a player in the goalkeeper position, Helio came to play for Flamengo, between the years 1978 and 1980. At the time it was only the third goalkeeper of the cast, behind the holder Raul Plasmann and booking Cantarele . It is famous for the rigor and discipline of the players as a developer of technical talent . A characteristic of the Helio dos Anjos is constant around the clubs who trained as Youth ( 4 times ) Goiás ( 4 times ), Fortaleza ( 4 times ), Victoria ( 3 times ), Sport ( 3 times ), among others . It is also a businessman, member of the Construction G41 . Have coached big clubs in Brazil, as Grêmio, Vasco da Gama, Goias, Sport, Atlético Paranaense, Victoria, Bahia, Fortaleza, among others . In Goiás, the club which trained more games ( 294 games ) and won more titles, was chosen by the fans coach in the history of Goiás In 2006 the Nautical led the first division of the Brazilian Championship . From March 2007 to June 2008, trained the Saudi national football team, replacing compatriot Marcos Paqueta . The selection was runner-up in the Asia Cup in 2007 . In 2011, arrived at Atletico Goianiense, 2, where the team managed to save the descent to Serie B, and ranked team for the Copa Sudamericana. Remained at Atletico -GO until March 2012 .
1992 – Classification of Ceará Sporting Club to the 1st Division of Brazilian Soccer.
1993 – Classification of Esporte Clube Santo André to the Group of Elite of 1st Division Paulista Soccer.
1993 – Classification of Náutico Esporte Clube to the 1st Division of Brazilian Soccer.
1994 – Classification of XV de Novembro Esporte Clube to the Group of Elite 1st Division Paulista Soccer.
1995 – Championship State of Pará (invincible).
1996 – Championship State of Pernambuco.
1997 – Two Times Championship State of Pernambuco.
1997 – Champion of Columbino Tournament , in Spain with Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto-Alegrense.
1999 – Four Times Goiano Champion of Professionals. - Brazilian Championship of B Serie with Goiás (Championship State of Goiás).
2000 – Champion of West-Center Cup with Goiás - Five Times Goiano Champion of Professionals. - Champion of Selective to the Cup of Champions.
2001 – Second-Championship State of Rio Grande do Sul, Esporte Clube Juventude
2003 – Championship State of Pernambuco, Esporte Clube do Recife
2006 – Classification of Clube Náutico Capiperibe to the Group of Elite of 1st Division.
2007 – Second-Championship Asian Cup – NATIONAL TEAM SAUDI ARABIA
2009 – Championship State of Goiano
2011 - Second-championchip State of Pernambuco
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