List of abolished CONMEBOL tournaments winning managers (1988-2001)

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This is a list of abolished CONMEBOL tournaments winning managers. Below are lists of head coaches who have won football tournaments which were played from 1988 to 2001 in South America (CONMEBOL zone).

These tournaments include:

Also, CONMEBOL held other tournaments (Copa de Oro, Supercopa Masters, Copa Masters CONMEBOL), but they were not main continental competitions, were irregular, and participated among small number of teams.

Most often abolished CONMEBOL tournaments have been won by Brazilian coaches - 11 times, second place occupied by the Argentinians, with nine victories. This figure roughly corresponds to the number of titles of Brazilian and Argentine clubs, except for the victory of San Lorenzo de Almagro that won 2001 Mercosur Cup with Chilean specialist Manuel Pellegrini. Another foreign coach-winner was Luis Cubilla, Uruguayan, who led Paraguayan Club Olimpia to victory in 1990 Supercopa Libertadores. Only Cubilla and Brazilian Telê Santana (in 1993) won two the most prestigious club tournaments in South America during one calendar year.

The only coach, who won abolished CONMEBOL tournaments twice, was Émerson Leão. Moreover, he did it in a row with two different clubs - in 1997 he won Copa CONMEBOL with Atletico Mineiro, and year later same tournament with Santos.

List of winners[edit]

Supercopa Sudamericana[edit]

Year Coach Club Note
1988 Argentina Alfio Basile Argentina Racing
[1]
1989 Argentina Carlos Aimar Argentina Boca Juniors
[2]
1990 Uruguay Luis Cubilla Paraguay Olimpia
[3]
1991 Brazil Ênio Andrade Brazil Cruzeiro
[4]
1992 Brazil Jair Pereira Brazil Cruzeiro
[5]
1993 Brazil Telê Santana Brazil São Paulo
[6]
1994 Argentina Miguel Angel Brindisi Argentina Independiente
[7]
1995 Argentina Miguel Angel López Argentina Independiente
[8]
1996 Argentina Osvaldo Piazza Argentina Vélez Sársfield
[9]
1997 Argentina Ramón Díaz Argentina River Plate
[10]

Copa CONMEBOL[edit]

Year Coach Club Note
1992 Brazil Procópio Cardoso Brazil Atlético Mineiro
[11]
1993 Brazil Carlos Alberto Torres Brazil Botafogo
[12]
1994 Brazil Muricy Ramalho Brazil São Paulo
[13]
1995 Argentina Ángel Tulio Zof Argentina Rosario Central
[14]
1996 Argentina Héctor Cúper Argentina Lanús
[15]
1997 Brazil Émerson Leão Brazil Atlético Mineiro
[16]
1998 Brazil Émerson Leão Brazil Santos
[17]
1999 Argentina Ricardo Gareca Argentina Talleres
[18]

Copa Mercosur[edit]

Year Coach Club Note
1998 Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari Brazil Palmeiras
[19]
1999 Brazil Carlinhos Brazil Flamengo
[20]
2000 Brazil Oswaldo de Oliveira Brazil Vasco da Gama
[21]
2001 Chile Manuel Pellegrini Argentina San Lorenzo
[22]

Copa Merconorte[edit]

Year Coach Club Note
1998 Colombia Gabriel Jaime Gómez Colombia Atlético Nacional
[23]
1999 Colombia Jaime De La Pava Colombia América
[24]
2000 Colombia Carlos Navarrete Colombia Atlético Nacional
[25]
2001 Colombia Luis Augusto García Colombia Millonarios
[26]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "El Ascenso y otra copa" (in Spanish). Racing Club Official site. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  2. ^ "Carlos Aimar profile" (in Spanish). historiadeboca.com.ar. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  3. ^ "Luis Alberto Cubilla Almeida" (in Russian). footballplayers.ru. 2010. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  4. ^ Milton Neves (2010). "Ênio Andrade biography" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  5. ^ Diego Antonelli (22 May 2011). "Jair Pereira biography" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  6. ^ "Biography at Flapedia" (in Portuguese). Flapedia. 12 September 2010. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  7. ^ "Interview with Miguel Angel Brindisi (January, 2002)" (in Spanish). El Grafico. 4 December 2008. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  8. ^ Claudio Keblaitis. "Supercopa Libertadores 1995" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  9. ^ "Velez history" (in Spanish). VélezSarsfield.Net. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  10. ^ Lincoln Chaves (26 May 2009). "Ramón Díaz biography" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  11. ^ redemomento.com.br (28 August 2009). "Procópio Cardoso Neto" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  12. ^ "Carlos Alberto Torres at footballplayers.ru" (in Russian). footballplayers.ru. 2005. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  13. ^ Milton Neves (6 April 2009). "Muricy Ramalho (ex-meia do São Paulo)" (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on 9 December 2008. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  14. ^ Buenos Aires Canalla (29 March 2007). "Rosario Central - Títulos obtenidos" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  15. ^ "Días de Gloria" (in Spanish). CA Lanús Official site. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  16. ^ Maximiliano Boso (18 December 1997). "Lanús, con la frente alta" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  17. ^ Hernán Finessi (22 October 1998). "Central no pudo darlo vuelta" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  18. ^ "Perfil de Ricardo Alberto Gareca" (in Spanish). Velez Sarsfield Official site. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  19. ^ Juan Pablo Andrés, Anthony Zea and Miguel Alvim Gonzalez (19 September 2004). "Copa Mercosur 1998". RSSSF. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  20. ^ "Luís Carlos Nunes da Silva" (in Portuguese). Flapedia. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  21. ^ Juan Pablo Andrés, Anthony Zea and Miguel Alvim Gonzalez (9 July 2009). "Copa Mercosur 2000". RSSSF. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  22. ^ "San Lorenzo 2001. Récord de victorias consecutivas en el fútbol argentino." (in Spanish). El Grafico. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  23. ^ Juan Pablo Andrés and Frank Ballesteros (17 November 2000). "Copa Merconorte 1998". RSSSF. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  24. ^ Juan Pablo Andrés and Frank Ballesteros (29 August 2000). "Copa Merconorte 1999". RSSSF. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 
  25. ^ Juan Pablo Andrés, Frank Ballesteros and Francisco Fernández (23 May 2001). "Copa Merconorte 2000". RSSSF. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  26. ^ Frank Ballesteros and Juan Pablo Andrés (18 February 2002). "Copa Merconorte 2001". RSSSF. Retrieved 2011-09-05. 

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