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Teté (24 August 1907 – 18 June 1962) was a Brazilian football manager who coached Brazil for some games in 1956. He also coached Sport Club Internacional during the 1950s.


Teté was a major coach of football in Rio Grande do Sul. Became known as the "Marshal of Victories," because he was an officer of the Army Reserve.

As a player, he served in the 9º Regimento. Then trained the Farroupilha (after the change of club name), Pelotas Brazil Guarany of Bagé, General Osorio Cruzeiro-RS Nacional-RS and Internacional .

In Internacional, Teté did well. He coached the team from 1951 to 1957 and was four-time Gaucho (51, 52, 53 and 55). Also coached the Brazilian national team, became champion of the Pan American of 1956 in Mexico.