Ernesto Paulo

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Ernesto Paulo
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Personal information
Full name Ernesto Paulo Ferreira Calainho
Date of birth (1954-02-02) 2 February 1954 (age 64)
Place of birth Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Teams managed
Years Team
1986 Rio Negro-RR
1986 Tuna Luso
1986 Fluminense U20
1990 Flamengo U20
1991 Botafogo
1991 Brasil U20
1991 Brasil
1992 Brasil Olympic
1992–1997 União da Madeira
1998 XV de Piracicaba
1999 CRB
1999 Vila Nova
1999 União São João
2000–2001 Juventude
2001 Botafogo-SP
2004–2006 União da Madeira
2006 Veranópolis
2007 Juventus-SC
2008 Campo Grande
2010 Saudi Arabia Olympic
2011 Cabofriense
2014 América

Ernesto Paulo Ferreira Calainho known as Ernesto Paulo (born 2 February 1954 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian professional football manager.

Career[edit]

Since 1986 he coached the Rio Negro-RR, Tuna Luso, Fluminense (youth), Flamengo (youth) and Botafogo.

As a manager Brasil U20 in 1991, he won the South American Championship (Under 20). It was also the coach of the Brasil Olympic[1] in the Pre-Olympic Tournament 1992 held in Paraguay. The canary escrete failed to qualify for the Football Tournament Barcelona Olympics.

He led the Brazil national football team in the September 11, 1991 match, when Brazil was defeated by Wales by 1-0 at the National Arms Park stadium in Wales.[2] Later, he coached the União da Madeira, XV de Piracicaba, CRB, Vila Nova, União São João, Juventude, Botafogo-SP, Veranópolis, Juventus-SC,[3] Campo Grande, Saudi Arabia Olympic,[4] Cabofriense and América-RJ.[5]

Titles[edit]

Flamengo
1990
Brasil sub-20
1991

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