Sérgio Guedes

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Sérgio Guedes
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Personal information
Full name Ivanílton Sérgio Guedes
Date of birth (1962-11-07) 7 November 1962 (age 55)
Place of birth Rio Claro, São Paulo, Brazil
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current team
Portuguesa Santista (coach)
Youth career
1983 Araçatuba
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1984–1989 Ponte Preta
1989–1993 Santos
1993 Goiás
1993 Cruzeiro
1994 Internacional
1995 Botafogo-SP
1996 Lousano Paulista
1996 Santos
1997 São José-RS
1997 Coritiba
1998–2000 América-SP
2002 Sãocarlense
2003 Portuguesa Santista
National team
1990–1991 Brazil
Teams managed
2005–2006 Portuguesa Santista
2006 São Carlos
2007–2008 Ponte Preta
2009 Santo André
2009 Bahia
2010 São Caetano
2010 Portuguesa
2010–2011 Americana
2011 Red Bull Brasil
2012 São Caetano
2012 Sport
2012–2013 XV de Piracicaba
2013 Sport
2013 Ceará
2013 São Caetano
2014 Oeste
2014 Santa Cruz
2015 Mogi Mirim
2016–2017 Rio Claro
2018– Portuguesa Santista
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Ivanílton Sérgio Guedes, usually known as Sérgio Guedes (born 7 November 1962), is a Brazilian football manager and former goalkeeper.[1][2]


Born in Rio Claro, Sérgio Guedes began his football career playing for Araçatuba. Between 1984 and 1989 he played for Ponte Preta, Santos, Goiás and Cruzeiro, winning the Copa do Brasil. In subsequent years he played for many clubs, among others, Botafogo-SP, Lousano Paulista, Santos Coritiba. He ended his playing career with Portuguesa Santista, in 2002.

At the end of their football Sérgio Guedes was a coach. From 2006 he was São Carlos, Ponte Preta, Santo André, Bahia, São Caetano and Portuguesa. In 2014, with the Oeste,[3] where commanded during 6 departures.[4] and in April of that year was for the Santa Cruz,[5] where he left in September of the same year. In June 2015, hit with the Mogi Mirim in order to save lot of sticking in the Série B.[6]