Edson Tavares

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Edson Tavares
Personal information
Full name Edson Araujo Tavares
Date of birth (1956-06-10) 10 June 1956 (age 61)
Place of birth Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Number Manager
Teams managed
Years Team
1982–1983 FC Fribourg
1984–1985 Stade Soussien FC
1986 Jordan
1987 Al-Ramtha SC
1987 Porto Alegre FC
1988–1989 Signal Bernex
1989 Chile (assistant coach)
1990–1991 Al-Hilal
1991–1994 Al-Salmiya
1995 Vietnam
1996–1997 Khaitan
1998 Guangzhou Matsunichi
1999 Sichuan Quanxing
2000 Shenzhen Pingan
2000 Guangzhou Matsunichi
2000 Guangzhou Apollo
2001–2003 Chongqing Lifan
2004 Vietnam
2005 Americano (technical director)
2005–2006 Sepahan
2007 Americano (technical director)
2008 Oman (Olympic team)
2009 The Vissai Ninh Bình
2009 Shenzhen
2009–2010 Oroba S.C.
2010–2013 Haiti

Edson Araujo Tavares (born June 10, 1956 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian football manager. He served as member training team chief football country of Jordan and Vietnam. He was most recently the manager of the Haiti.[1]



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