Porcelana Futebol Clube do Cazengo

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Porcelana F.C.
Porcelana Futebol Clube do Cazengo Logo.png
Full namePorcelana Futebol Clube do Cazengo
GroundEstádio Municipal Santos Dinis
Ndalatando, Angola
Capacity5,000
ChairmanManuel da Silva
ManagerSarmento Seke
LeagueGira Angola
20151st (Série A)

Introduction[edit]

Porcelana Futebol Clube do Cazengo is an Angolan sports club from the city of Ndalatando,[1] in the northern province of Kwanza Norte.

The club was registered with the Angolan Football Federation in October 2009.[2]

Eighteen years after the province's last representative – EKA do Dondo – was relegated, Porcelana was promoted to Angola's premier football league, the Girabola.[3]

Achievements[edit]

2012
  • Cuanza Norte provincial championship: 1[5]
2015

League & Cup Positions[edit]

Recent seasons[edit]

Porcelana FC's season-by-season performance since 2011:[6][7]

  • PR = Preliminary round, 1R = First round, GS = Group stage, R32 = Round of 32, R16 = Round of 16, QF = Quarter-finals, SF = Semi-finals


Players and staff[edit]

Staff[edit]

Name Nat Pos
Technical staff
Luís Mariano Brazil Head Coach
Angola Assistant Coach
Medical
Angola Physio
Management
Manuel da Silva Angola Chairman
Adolfo Aparício Angola Vice-Chairman

Players[edit]

Porcelana FC players
Nat # Nick Name A P CJD F.M. O.R. S.S. S.S.
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
5 1 14 5 1 16
Angola Ady Adilson Ernesto Kivão 21 FW
Angola Alexandre Alexandre Domingos Cristóvão M'Futila FW 21
Angola Armando Armando Domingos Mateus MF 29 29
Angola Arsénio Arsénio Bartolomeu Manuel 25 MF
Angola Barese Afonso Pedro MF 2012 2013 7
Angola Bebucho FW 2012 2013
Angola Bráulio Bráulio Emílio Nunes Caquende DF 2012 2013 5 5
Angola Bug Jass Simão da Costa Bartolomeu 26 MF 14
Angola Cabé DF 2
Angola Cabibi II Mário Rui de Abreu MF 14
Guinea Camara Ibrahima Sory Camara 29 DF 2012 2013
Angola Careca Nanizawo Jacque António FW 27 27
Angola Carlão Carlos Chibena Jamba 28 DF 2012 2013
Angola Carlos Carlos Camolongi 28 GK 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Carlos Carlos Nzuzi Fuila 28 DF 23
Angola Chico Bel MF 2013
Angola Chico Caputo Francisco Eduardo Gomes Caputo DF 5
Angola Cipriano DF 2012 2013
Angola Cristiano Cristiano Bernardo Quitembo DF 5
Angola Dani Daniel Sebastião 29 MF 25
Angola MF 15
Angola Debaile MF 2012 2013 27
Angola Dedé MF 2012 2013
Angola Defesa Diassonama Defesa Pedro GK 12
Angola Denilson DF 13
Angola Dewiwi MF 2011 2012 2013 19
Angola Dilman Dilman Edvair Furtado Ribeiro 19 FW 19
Angola Dino DF 2013
Angola Djamini Francisco Domingos João 26 MF 10 10
Angola Djemba Gildo Paulo Bunga 30 MF 8
Angola Dongala 2012
Angola Dospick MF
Angola Edson 2012
Angola Eliseu MF 2012 2013
Angola Estória Sérgio António Luís DF 2012 2013
Angola Feliciano Feliciano Domingos Tchissapa GK 22
Angola Fofaná FW 2012 2013
Angola Garcia Garcia Pedro 22 MF 19
Angola Gil Dongala MF
Angola Ginolá 2011 2012
Angola Guicha 2011
Angola Jesus Jesus João Capemba Gouveia GK 22
Brazil João Calemba João Calemba FW
Cape Verde Kaká William Jorge M. Faial Delgado DF 25
Angola Kaly MF 7 7
Angola Katongo MF 2012 2013
Angola Kikas Joelson José Domingos Quitumba MF 2012 2013
Angola Kikí Garcia Afonso André 33 GK
Angola Lara Manuel Jacinto Domingos 25 DF 28 28 28
Angola Laúcha Ivan Cláudio França Joanes 28 MF 2012 2013
Angola Laurentino Laurentino Jerónimo Fernandes da Cruz 37 GK 22
Brazil Leandro Leandro Sena da Silva 25 MF 2013
Angola Leo Leonilde Gongo Zamba GK 2012 2013
Angola Lima MF 18 18
Angola Luís Luís Cláudio Sebastião de Melo MF 17 17
Angola Makuntima Makuntima Fernando Bunga DF 2012 2013 4 4 4
Angola Man Lolé MF 20 20
Angola Manguxi Augusto António Domingos Quibeto 20 MF 2011
Angola Maninho Leandro Mendes Van-Dúnem DF 2012 2013 14 14
Angola Mano Mano MF 2013
Angola Megue Miguel Alexandre G. Manuel DF 18
Angola Mena Daniel Mena Kuanzambi GK 2012 2013
Angola Miguel DF 2012
Angola Miguel FW 11
Angola Miro Belmiro da Conceição Pereira 30 DF 2013
Angola Moscovo Jeremias Fuca Munisi GK 2012
Angola Muenho Gervásio Calela DF
Angola Mutanji DF 2012 2013
Angola Nandinho MF 2012 2013
Angola Nocas GK 2012 2013
Angola Onésio Onésio Adão MF 21
Angola Oseias MF 2013
Angola Pablo MF 11
Angola Papi Isaac Maioca Caracato 29 MF 6
Angola Paulino Paulino Pedro
Angola Pax DF 13
Angola Pedrinha DF 2012 2013 2
Angola Pedro DF 16
Angola Pedro MF
Angola Pedro Henriques Pedro Manuel Henriques Dias 33 FW 9 9 9
Angola Pick Fernando Katito Chivanga 30 DF 25
Angola Pitéu FW 24
Angola Quim MF 15
Angola Rasca Maieco Domingos Henrique António 34 FW 24
Angola Rolf Rolf Miller Pereira FW 2012 2013
Cape Verde Rui Rui Jorge Faial Delgado FW 8
Ghana Seth Seth Owusu 26 DF 3
Angola Severino Severino Germano Sacramento Gabriel 30 MF 2012 2013
Angola Simba Simba Carlos Nguala 24 DF 2013
Angola Tino Celestino Calueio Cassinda 19 FW 21
Angola Tití Luís Vicente Arão GK 2013
Angola Tony GK 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Tsherry Thierry Bolongo Ebengi 38 GK 1
Angola Vadinho DF
Brazil Viola Luís Gustavo Silva 35 FW 11
Angola Yeyé João Sanda Pedro 26 DF 2013
Angola Yuri DF 2013
Angola Josué dos Anjos Romeu Trindade DF 20
Angola Zezão José Francisco Gomes 23 MF 13
Years 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Manager history[edit]

Angola Finda Mozer (2009)
Angola Castro João Domingos (2011)
Angola Finda Mozer (2013)
Angola Osvaldo Roque Joni (Jan 2014) (Nov 2014)
Angola Sarmento Seke (Jan 2015) (Dec 2015)
Brazil Luís Mariano (Jan 2016) (Jun 2016)
Angola Sarmento Seke (Jun 2016)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official pledges support to local champions". ANGOP.com. 2010-01-13. Retrieved 2014-06-23.
  2. ^ "FAF legaliza cinco clubes no Kwanza Norte" (in Portuguese). ANGOP.com. 2009-10-30. Retrieved 2014-06-25.
  3. ^ "Adeptos regozijados com qualificação do Porcelana FC" (in Portuguese). ANGOP. 2012-12-04. Retrieved 2013-05-05.
  4. ^ "Porcelana FC wins second division championship". ANGOP.com. 2012-12-09. Retrieved 2014-06-23.
  5. ^ "Cuanza Norte: Porcelana sagra-se campeão provincial de futebol" (in Portuguese). ANGOP.com. 31 May 2015. Retrieved 14 Jul 2015.
  6. ^ "Angola 2015". rsssf.com. Retrieved 8 Feb 2017.
  7. ^ "Angola 2016". rsssf.com. Retrieved 8 Feb 2017.

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