List of Santos FC managers

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Lula is Santos' most successful manager, winning 21 trophies.

Santos FC is a football club based in Santos,[1] that competes in the Campeonato Paulista,[2] São Paulo's state league, and the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A or Brasileirão,[3] Brazil's national league. The club was founded in 1912 by the initiative of three sports enthusiasts from Santos by the names of Raimundo Marques, Mário Ferraz de Campos, and Argemiro de Souza Júnior, and played its first friendly match on 23 June 1914.[4] Initially Santos played against other local clubs in the city and state championships, but in 1959 the club became one of the founding members of the Taça Brasil, Brazil's first truly national league.[5] As of 2010, Santos is one of only five clubs never to have been relegated from the top level of Brazilian football, the others being São Paulo, Flamengo, Internacional and Cruzeiro.[6]

The first full-time manager for Santos was Urbano Caldeira. He originally came from São Paulo to work as a clerk for the club but soon became a player/manager who spent his spare time planting trees and gardens for Santos. The most successful Santos FC manager in terms of trophies won is Lula, who won five Brasileirão titles,[7] eight Campeonato Paulista trophies,[8] four Rio-São Paulo tournaments,[9] two Intercontinental Cups and two Copa Libertadores trophies, the most prestigious laurel in South America,[10][11] in his 12-year reign as manager. Under Lula's management, Santos became the first club in Brazil and the world to win the continental treble consisting of the Paulista, Taça Brasil, and the Copa Libertadores.[12][13][14] That same year, it also became the first football club ever to win four out of four competitions in a single year, thus completing the quadruple, comprising the aforementioned treble and the Intercontinental Cup.[15]

As of 2011 the manager is Muricy Ramalho, becoming the second manager, after Lula, to win the Copa Libertadores and the continental double by winning the 2011 Campeonato Paulista and the 2011 Copa Libertadores.[16][17]

List of managers[edit]

During the first 46 years of Santos's existence, from 1912 to 1958, Brazil did not have a national football league. Santos competed almost solely in the championship of the city of Santos.[18][19]

In 1959, the Taça Brasil, Brazil's first national football league, was formed, with Santos among the founder members.[7] The club continue to participate in the Paulista championship which continued alongside the Brasileirão. Clubs qualified to the Taça Brasil based on their placings in the regional championships until 1967, when it became open to all teams through the Robertão.

Name Nationality From To Titles won[20] Refs
No manager 1912 1912
Urbano Caldeira  Brazil 1912 1915 Campeonato Santista (1913, 1915) [21]
Juan Bertone  Uruguay 1916 1919
Ramón Platero  Uruguay 1920 1920
Urbano Caldeira  Brazil 1921 1932
Joaquim Loureiro  Brazil 1933 1933
Bororó  Brazil 1933 1933
Pedro Mazullo  Uruguay 1934 1934
Caêtano di Domênica  Italy 1934 1935
Bilú  Brazil 1935 1936 Campeonato Paulista (1935)
Franz Gaspar  Brazil 1937 1937
Bilú  Brazil 1937 1937
Alzemiro Ballio  Brazil 1937 1937
Camarão  Brazil 1937 1938
Flavio Costa  Brazil 1938 1938
José Arruda Penteado  Brazil 1938 1938
Camarão  Brazil 1939 1939
Isaac Goldenberg  Brazil 1939 1939
Bilú  Brazil 1940 1940
Darío Letona  Peru 1940 1941
Ratto  Brazil 1942 1942
Adhemar Pimenta  Brazil 1943 1943
Ricardo Diez  Uruguay 1944 1944
De Maria  Brazil 1944 1944
Bilú  Brazil 1945 1945
Abel Picabéa  Argentina 1946 1947
Diego Ayala  Paraguay 1948 1948
Albertinho  Brazil 1948 1948
Osvaldo Brandão  Brazil 1948 1950
Caêtano di Domênica  Italy 1950 1950
Artigas  Brazil 1950 1950
Luiz Comitante  Brazil 1950 1950
Niginho  Brazil 1950 1951
Antoninho  Brazil 1951 1951
Artigas  Brazil 1951 1951
Luiz Comitante  Brazil 1951 1951
Aimoré Moreira  Brazil 1951 1952
Lula  Brazil 1952 1952
Artigas  Brazil 1952 1953
Antoninho  Brazil 1953 1954
Giuseppe Ottina  Italy 1954 1954
Lula  Brazil 1955 1966 Campeonato Paulista (1955, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965)
Torneio Rio-São Paulo (1959, 1963, 1964)
Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965)
Intercontinental Cup (1962, 1963)
Copa Libertadores (1962, 1963)
Antoninho  Brazil 1966 1971 Campeonato Paulista (1967, 1968, 1969)
Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (1968)
Recopa Sudamericana (1968)
Intercontinental Supercup (1968)
Mauro Ramos de Oliveira  Brazil 1971 1972
Jair da Rosa Pinto  Brazil 1972 1972
Pepe  Brazil 1972 1974 Campeonato Paulista (1973)
Tim  Brazil 1974 1975
Pepe  Brazil 1975 1975
Olavo  Brazil 1976 1976
Alfredinho  Brazil 1976 1976
José Duarte  Brazil 1976 1976
Urubatão  Brazil 1977 1977
Otto Glória  Brazil 1977 1977
José Ramos Delgado  Argentina 1977 1978
Mengálvio  Brazil 1978 1978
Formiga  Brazil 1978 1979
Clodoaldo  Brazil 1979 1979
Hilton Chaves  Brazil 1979 1979
Pepe  Brazil 1979 1980
João Avelino  Brazil 1980 1980
Sérgio Clérice  Brazil 1980 1981
Coutinho  Brazil 1981 1981
Daltro Menezes  Brazil 1981 1981
Clodoaldo  Brazil 1982 1982
Paulo Emílio  Brazil 1982 1982
Cilinho  Brazil 1982 1982
Formiga  Brazil 1982 1984
Del Vecchio  Brazil 1984 1984
Castilho  Brazil 1984 1985
Júlio Espinosa  Brazil 1986 1986
Formiga  Brazil 1986 1987
Candinho  Brazil 1987 1987
Geninho  Brazil 1987 1988
Carlos Gainete  Brazil 1988 1988
Marinho Peres  Brazil 1988 1989
Raul Pratalli  Brazil 1989 1989
Nicanor de Carvalho  Brazil 1989 1989
Pepe  Brazil 1989 1990
Cabralzinho  Brazil 1991 1991
Ramiro Valente  Brazil 1991 1991
Écio Pasca  Brazil 1991 1991
 Brazil 1991 1991
Rubens Minelli  Brazil 1991 1992
Geninho  Brazil 1992 1992
Evaristo de Macedo  Brazil 1993 1993
Antônio Lopes  Brazil 1993 1993
Pepe  Brazil 1993 1994
Serginho Chulapa  Brazil 1994 1994
Joãozinho  Brazil 1994 1995
Coutinho  Brazil 1995 1995
Cabralzinho  Brazil 1995 1996
Candinho  Brazil 1996 1996
Orlando Amarelo  Brazil 1996 1996
José Teixeira  Brazil 1996 1996
Wanderley Luxemburgo  Brazil 1997 1997
Emerson Leão  Brazil 1998 1999
Paulo Autuori  Brazil 1999 1999
Carlos Alberto Silva  Brazil 1999 2000
Giba  Brazil 2000 2000
Carlos Alberto Parreira  Brazil 1 Jan 2000 31 Dec 2000
Geninho  Brazil 2001 2001
Serginho Chulapa  Brazil 2001 2001
Cabralzinho  Brazil 2001 2001
Celso Roth  Brazil 1 Jan 2002 16 May 2002
Emerson Leão  Brazil 2002 5 May 2004 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (2002)
Wanderley Luxemburgo  Brazil 8 May 2004 29 Dec 2004 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (2004)
Oswaldo de Oliveira  Brazil 2005 2005
Gallo  Brazil 22 March 2005 26 Sept 2005
Nelsinho Baptista  Brazil 27 Sep 2005 15 Nov 2005
Serginho Chulapa (interim)  Brazil 2005 2005
Wanderley Luxemburgo  Brazil 13 Dec 2005 31 Dec 2007 Campeonato Paulista (2006, 2007)
Emerson Leão  Brazil 16 Dec 2007 26 May 2008
Cuca  Brazil 3 June 2008 7 Aug 2008
Márcio Fernandes  Brazil 9 Aug 2008 12 Feb 2009
Vagner Mancini  Brazil 14 Feb 2009 13 July 2009
Serginho Chulapa (interim)  Brazil 14 July 2009 16 July 2009
Wanderley Luxemburgo  Brazil 17 July 2009 7 Dec 2009
Dorival Júnior  Brazil 12 Dec 2009 22 Sept 2010 Campeonato Paulista (2010)
Copa do Brasil (2010)
Marcelo Martelotte (interim)  Brazil 22 Sep 2010 31 Dec 2010
Adilson Batista  Brazil 1 Jan 2011 27 Feb 2011
Marcelo Martelotte (interim)  Brazil 2011 2011
Muricy Ramalho  Brazil 8 April 2011 31 May 2013 Campeonato Paulista (2011, 2012)
Copa Libertadores (2011)
Recopa Sudamericana (2012)
Claudinei Oliveira (interim)  Brazil 1 June 2013 31 Dec 2013
Oswaldo de Oliveira  Brazil 11 Dec 2013 1 Sept 2014
Enderson Moreira  Brazil 3 Sept 2014 2015
Marcelo Fernandes  Brazil 2015 2015
Dorival Júnior  Brazil 2015

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Santos Futebol Clube" (in Portuguese). Federação Paulista de Futebol. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "F.P.F.: Série A1" (in Portuguese). Federação Paulista de Futebol. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  3. ^ "Campeonato Brasileiro Série A" (in Portuguese). Confederação Brasileira de Futebol. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  4. ^ "Santos FC: A Trajetória" (in Portuguese). Santos FC. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  5. ^ "Brazil Cup 1959". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  6. ^ "Brazilian Championship Participations". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  7. ^ a b Hemzo, Miguel Angel (14 June 2007). "Brazil Cup History". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 22 April 2010. 
  8. ^ "São Paulo State – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  9. ^ "Torneio Rio-São Paulo – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  10. ^ "Copa Libertadores tendrá nuevo patrocinador desde 2008" [The Copa Libertadores will have a new sponsor as of 2008] (in Spanish). CopaLibertadores.com. 28 September 2007. Retrieved 18 May 2010. 
  11. ^ "Competiciones, Copa Santander Libertadores" (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 18 May 2010. Retrieved 18 May 2010. 
  12. ^ "São Paulo Championship 1962 – Divisão Especial (First Level)". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  13. ^ "Brazil Cup 1962". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  14. ^ "Copa Libertadores de América 1962 – Details". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  15. ^ "Intercontinental Club Cup 1962". RSSSF. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  16. ^ "São Paulo 2011 – First Level (Série A-1)". RSSSF. Retrieved 10 August 2011. 
  17. ^ "Copa Libertadores de América 2011". RSSSF. Retrieved 10 August 2011. 
  18. ^ Lozano Ferrer, Carles (22 October 2009). "Spain – Final Tables Catalonia". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 29 July 2010. 
  19. ^ "List of managers". FC Barcelona. Retrieved 29 July 2010. 
  20. ^ Campeonato Brasileiro Série A includes results from the Taça Brasil and the Robertão.
  21. ^ 1° Título do Santos

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