Cassiá

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Cassiá
Personal information
Full name Jorge Antônio Dornelles Carpes
Date of birth (1953-06-14) 14 June 1953 (age 65)
Place of birth São Borja, Brazil
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1974–1977 Inter de São Borja
1977–1979 Grêmio
1979 Santos
1980 Bahia
1981 Operário-MS
1982 São José-RS
1983 Coritiba
Teams managed
1984 São Borja
1985 Brasil de Pelotas
1985 Aimoré
1986 Novo Hamburgo
1986 São José-RS
1986 Bagé
1987 Cascavel
1987 Santo André
1988 Lajeadense
1990 Ypiranga de Erechim
1991 São Luiz
1991–1992 Pelotas
1993 Rio Branco-SP
1993 Grêmio
1994 Portuguesa
1995 Rio Branco-SP
1997 Bragantino
1997 Rio Branco-SP
1997 Juventude
1998 Ponte Preta
1998 Internacional
1999 Figueirense
1999 Criciúma
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Jorge Antônio Dornelles Carpes known as Cassiá (born 14 June 1953 in São Borja) is a retired Brazilian professional football player, who played as defender and a manager.

Career[edit]

He is currently a state representative in Rio Grande do Sul. He graduated to apply for Deputy Governor of the State of Rio Grande do Sul by Solidarity (SD) in Hope coalition that unites the Rio Grande, with the candidate to Ana Amélia Lemos Government, PP.

Began his professional career in the Internacional de São Borja in 1974. Later he played for the teams: Grêmio, Santos, Bahia, Operário-MS, São José-RS, Coritiba, where he finished his career in 1983.

Since 1980s he coached the São Borja, Brasil de Pelotas, Aimoré, Novo Hamburgo, São José-RS, Bagé, Cascavel, Santo André, Lajeadense, Ypiranga-RS, São Luiz, Pelotas, Rio Branco-SP, Grêmio, Portuguesa de Desportos, Bragantino, Juventude, Ponte Preta, Internacional, Figueirense and Criciúma.[1]

Honours[edit]

Player[edit]

Grêmio
Operário-MS

Manager[edit]

Grêmio

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