Carlos Roberto

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Carlos Roberto
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Personal information
Full name Carlos Roberto de Carvalho
Date of birth (1948-05-01) 1 May 1948 (age 71)
Place of birth Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1967–1975 Botafogo 442 (15)
1976–1978 Santos 32 (0)
1978 Atlético Paranaense
1979 Fluminense
1980–1981 Bangu 16 (0)
1981 Bonsucesso
1982 CSA 6 (0)
National team
1968 Brazil 2
Teams managed
1982 Bonsucesso
1983 Madureira
1989–1991 Thailand
1996–1997 Al Shabab
1997–1998 Al-Ansar
2002 América Mineiro
2003–2004 Thailand
2004 Rio Branco
2005–2006 Botafogo[1]
2007 America
2008 Madureira
2009 Thailand U17
2009 Bangkok Glass (technical director)
2010 Bangkok Glass
2011 Muangthong United
2014 Police United
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Carlos Roberto de Carvalho, also known as Carlos Roberto (born 1 May 1948 in Rio de Janeiro), is a former footballer and current Brazilian manager who played in the 1960s and 1970s. He played as midfielder.

Career[edit]

Player[edit]

Carlos Roberto was a long-time professional soccer player

He was first selected for the Brazil national football team at the age of 21. Although he was not selected to the squad for the 1970 FIFA World Cup finals, he was part of manager Zagallo's build-up to the finals.

After Botafogo, he played for Santos, Atlético Paranaense, Bangu and CSA, where he finished his playing career.[2]

Trainer[edit]

Carlos became the trainer for Al-Thai of Saudi Arabia. It was his first experience in the Middle East and he was very successful. He returned to Brazil to train America-MG. His international experience continued when he went to Asia to command the Thailand national team.

He returned to Saudi Arabia to train Al Shabab FC (Riyadh) . Back in Minas Gerais he trained time to command Rio Branco. Then he went for the third time to Saudi Arabia, to train Al-Ansar SC and later Al Shabab FC (Riyadh).

Next he became manager for Alvinegro. Moving again, he worked in the Arab Emirates. On 4 March 2007, Carlos Robert became the manager of America Football Club (RJ). In 2008, he commanded the Madureira in the Carioca Championship, having left the position to work in the exterior.

Carlos took charge of Thailand Premier League side Bangkok Glass in June 2009 as a technical director and in 2010 as a head coach.

He took the head coaching job for Muangthong United after René Desaeyere in January 2011. However, his Muangthong United lost on penalties to Indonesia’s Sriwijaya in the 2011 AFC Champions League qualifying play-off, eliminating them from the tournament.

Honours[edit]

Botafogo
Bangkok Glass

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Botafogo apresenta Carlos Roberto". Globoesporte.com. 7 December 2005. Retrieved 5 May 2015.
  2. ^ "Futpedia: Carlos Roberto (Carlos Roberto de Carvalho)" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte. Archived from the original on 8 March 2009. Retrieved 2010-02-13.