Ênio Andrade

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Ênio Andrade
Personal information
Full name Ênio Vargas de Andrade
Date of birth (1928-01-31)January 31, 1928
Place of birth Porto Alegre, Brazil
Date of death January 22, 1997(1997-01-22) (aged 68)
Place of death Porto Alegre, Brazil
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1949–1950 São José
1950–1951 Internacional
1951–1957 Renner
1958–1960 Palmeiras
1961 Náutico
1962 São José
National team
1956 Brazil
Teams managed
1975 Náutico
1976 Esportivo
1976 Grêmio
1977 Santa Cruz
1978 Sport
1979 Juventude
1979–1980 Internacional
1981–1982 Grêmio
1984 Náutico
1985 Coritiba
1986 Sport
1987–1988 Internacional
1988 Palmeiras
1989 Corinthians
1989 Cruzeiro
1990 Cruzeiro
1990–1991 Internacional
1991–1992 Cruzeiro
1992 Bragantino
1993 Internacional
1994 Cruzeiro
1995 Cruzeiro
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of November 27, 2008
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of November 27, 2008

Ênio Vargas de Andrade (Porto Alegre, January 31, 1928, Porto Alegre – January 22, 1997) was a football player and manager from Brazil.


Enio Andrade began in 1949 as centreback with EC São José, moving to SC Internacional in Porto Alegre the following year. In 1951 he moved to local rivals Grêmio Esportivo Renner, where he played until 1957.

During his time with Renner coach Selviro Rodrigues assigned him to the midfield. In 1956 he won with Brazil the Panamerican Championship in Mexico.

After ending his career as a player in 1961, Enio Andrade became coach. He was considered a strategist and won three Brazilian championships in 1979 with Internacional (being undefeated, the only one to get this done until today) in 1981 with Grêmio (in the Estádio do Morumbi) and 1985 with Coritiba (in the Maracanã, after dispute penaltys).

Enio Andrade also has international achievements in his resume, winning with Cruzeiro EC the Supercopa Sudamericana, Copa de Oro and the Supercopa Masters.

Enio Andrade died in 1997, at 68 years old, of pulmonary complications.


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