Paulo César Carpegiani

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Carpegiani
Personal information
Full name Paulo César Carpegiani
Date of birth (1949-02-07) February 7, 1949 (age 65)
Place of birth Erechim, Brazil
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Central Midfielder
Youth career
0000–1969 Internacional
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1970–1977 Internacional 77 (31)
1977–1980 Flamengo 55 (29)
National team
1973–1978 Brazil 30 (13)
Teams managed
1981–1983 Flamengo
1983–1984 Al Nassr
1985–1987 Internacional
1987 Palmeiras
1987–1989 Nautico
1989–1991 Coritiba
1991–1992 Cerro Porteño
1993–1994 Barcelona Guayaquil
1994–1995 Cerro Porteño
1995–1996 Coritiba
1996–1998 Paraguay
1999 São Paulo
2000 Flamengo
2001 Atlético Paranaense
2001 Cruzeiro
2003–2004 Kuwait
2007 Corinthians
2009 Vitória
2010 Atlético Paranaense
2010–2011 São Paulo
2012 Vitória
2013 Ponte Preta
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Paulo César Carpegiani (born February 7, 1949 in Erechim, Rio Grande do Sul[1]) is a former Brazilian footballer.

Playing career[edit]

Carpegiani began his professional career at Sport Club Internacional of Porto Alegre, in the Rio Grande do Sul, where he played from 1970 to 1977, winning two Brazilian Championships (1975 and 1976). Carpegiani also played for Flamengo (1977–1980), winning the Brazilian Championship in 1980.

Coaching career[edit]

Upon retiring, he started a career as football coach. In the beginning Carpegiani coached Flamengo and won the Copa Libertadores de América (Libertadores Cup) and the Intercontinental Cup, beating Liverpool, in 1981. He also won a Brazilian Championship in 1982. In 1992 he was coach of the Barcelona Sporting Club (Guayaquil - Ecuador). In 2007, he was hired by the Corinthians, and the team lose in his first match, against Clube Náutico Capibaribe,and the club was eliminated of the Copa do Brasil in the quarter finals. His first match of the Campeonato Brasileiro was against Esporte Clube Juventude and Corinthians won.

His best perform as a coach was with the Paraguayan national team from 1996 to 1998 (including a good participation in the World Cup, losing to France in extra-time). On April 10, 2009 Carpegiani was hired as Vitória's head coach. On June 1, 2010 Atlético Paranaense officials hired the former Vitória coach to replace Leandro Niehues.[2]

Career statistics[edit]

Head coach[edit]

Nat Team From To Record
P W D L Win %
Brazil São Paulo 1999 1999 67 40 9 18 59.70
Brazil Corinthians 2007 2007 23 6 9 8 26.09
Brazil Vitória 2009 2009 26 11 6 9 42.31
Brazil Atlético Paranaense 2010 2010 21 11 5 5 52.38
Brazil São Paulo 2010 2011 47 30 4 13 63.83
Brazil Vitória 2012 2012 32 19 7 6 59.38
Total 216 117 40 59 62.73
As of November 19, 2012

Honors[edit]

Player[edit]

Internacional
Flamengo

Coach[edit]

Flamengo
Al Nassr
Náutico
Cerro Porteño
Atlético Paranaense
Vitória

Individual honors[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]