Gílson Nunes

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Gílson Nunes
Personal information
Full name Gílson Siqueira Nunes
Date of birth (1946-06-12) 12 June 1946 (age 69)
Place of birth Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Brazil
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1963 Bonsucesso
1963-1969 Fluminense
1970-1974 Vasco da Gama
1974-1978 America (RJ)
Teams managed
1979-1981 Vasco da Gama (assistant)
1981-1983 Al Wasl
1983 Brazil Olympic
1984 America (RJ)
1985-1987 Brazil U20
1989 Brazil (assistant)
1989-1990 Al Wasl
1990-1991 Fluminense
1991 Náutico
1992 Bahia
1993 São José
1993 Sport
1994 Náutico
1995 Morocco
1996 São José
1997 Juventude
1998 Goiás
1998-1999 Botafogo
2000 Costa Rica
2002 Portuguesa
2005-2007 Al-Riyadh
2014 America (RJ)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (Goals).

Gílson Nunes is a Brazilian football manager. He is known for his success with Brazil at youth level.[1]

As a coach, he won the FIFA World Youth Championship in 1985 with Brazil.

He was also briefly the head coach of the Moroccan and Costa Rica in 1995 and 2000 respectively.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Placar Magazine - 25 sept. 1970 - Page 27 "Gílson Nunes tinha seus motivos: era campeão carioca. Mas por que uma promessa tão grande apenas por um título? Um título que não era novidade para êle? (Gílson foi campeão carioca em 1964, pelo Fluminense.) Mas Gílson Nunes "
  2. ^ "Ronda semifinal de la CONCACAF empieza este fin de semana". FIFA.com. 12 July 2000. Retrieved 28 December 2012.  (Spanish, incorrect accent)