José Roberto Guimarães

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Zé Roberto
Ze Roberto, Grand Prix Łódź, Poland.jpg
Personal information
Full name José Roberto Guimarães
Born (1954-07-31)July 31, 1954
Quintana, Brazil
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Weight 69 kg (152 lb)
Volleyball information
Current club Brazil Campinas Vôlei
National team
2003 - present Brazil Brazil (women)

José Roberto Lages Guimarães (born 31 July 1954 in Quintana) is a Brazilian former volleyball player and current coach. He known as Zé Roberto. He is coaching for Fenerbahçe Universal.[1][2] He played volleyball between years 1967-1988 as a professional player and coaching since 1988. He first coached a Brazilian women team Eletropaulo.[3]

He coached Brazil Men between 1992–96 and still coach Brazil Women since 2003. He won Barcelona 1992 with Brazil Men and won Beijing 2008 and London 2012 with Brazil Women.

Career[edit]

As a player[edit]

Club Country During
Randi Esporte  Brazil 1967–1979
Pirelli/Santo André  Brazil 1979–1982
Olímpico Blumenau  Brazil 1982–1983
Atlético Mineiro  Brazil 1983–1984
Paulistano/Pão de Açúcar  Brazil 1984–1985
Banespa  Brazil 1985–1986
Transbrasil  Brazil 1986–1987
ASBAC  Brazil 1987–1988

As a coach[edit]

Club Country During
Pão de Açúcar  Brazil 1989–1992
Brazil (men)  Brazil 1992–1996
Banespa  Brazil 1996–1997
Dayvit  Brazil 1997–1998
BCN  Brazil 2001–2003
Brazil (women)  Brazil 2003-
Finasa/Osasco  Brazil 2003–2005
Scavolini Pesaro  Italy 2006–2009
Fenerbahçe  Turkey 2010–2012
Campinas Volêi  Brazil 2012–2014

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