Santa Rita de Cássia FC

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Santa Rita de Cássia
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Full nameSanta Rita de Cássia Futebol Clube
Founded29 August 2015; 3 years ago (2015-08-29)
GroundEstádio 4 de Janeiro
Capacity12,000
ChairmanNzolani Pedro
ManagerAlmério Cristovão (c)
LeagueGirabola
20182nd in Serie A
won promotion match Increase
Current season

Santa Rita de Cássia Futebol Clube is an Angolan sports club from the city of Uíge. The team made its debut in the Gira Angola (Angola's second division championship) in 2016 after winning the Uige province football championship.[1][2]

The club is named after Italian saint Rita of Cascia in whose honor a sanctuary was built at the village of Casseche, Uíge city, where an annual pilgrimage is held.

In 2016, its debutant year in the second division, the club managed to be promoted to Angola's top flight division, the Girabola.

2017 disaster[edit]

On February 10, 2017, shortly after the inaugural match of the 2017 Girabola between home team Santa Rita de Cássia and Recreativo do Libolo, one of the access gates of Estádio 4 de Janeiro collapsed as access was made free and attendants tried to force their way into the stadium. As a result, 17 people were trampled to death and 76 injured, 5 of whom with life-threatening injuries.[3]

Achievements[edit]

2016
  • Uige provincial championship: 1
2015

League & Cup Positions[edit]

Recent seasons[edit]

Santa Rita de Cássia's season-by-season performance since 2011:

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

Players and staff[edit]

Staff[edit]

Name Nat Pos
Technical staff
Almério Cristovão Head Coach (c)
João Manuel Paulo Angola Assistant Coach
TBA Angola Goal-keeper Coach
Medical
TBA Angola Physio
Management
Nzolani Pedro Angola Chairman

Players[edit]

Santa Rita de Cássia players

[4]

Nat # Nick Name A P P.S. H. Teixeira N.N.
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
# # # A G # #
Angola Abel Abel Manfuila 28 FW 19 2 1
Angola Água Doce José Fernandes Mbuta MF 20 11(5) 1 14
Angola Alberto
Angola 12 Alex Alex Kahembe GK 2019
Angola Ary 28
Angola Barese João Vata 19 1(1) 0
Angola 1 Benvindo Nsianfumu Benvindo Afonso 23 GK 1 2019
Democratic Republic of the Congo Bissio Yannick Landu 24 FW 10
Angola Bruno Adilson Bruno Mpulu DF 7 7 20 0
Angola 20 Celi Celestino Simão Silva 2019
Angola Chano Mauro Edgar F. Manuel FW 30 2(3) 0
Angola Clinton Makinda Gomes 25 (1) 0
Angola Coby António Sena Tuiango Morais GK 16 4 0
Angola 9 Cris 20 2019
Angola Cristiano Cristiano Diassilau DF
Nigeria Dennis Dennis Sesugh 22 FW 9 10 3
Angola 2 Dieu Dieu M. David 2019
Angola Dino Florentino de S. António 27 FW 18
Angola 11 Edmilson António D. Teodor 19 DF 6 18(1) 0 2019
Angola 13 Eliseu Eliseu Lucas Carlos Cabanga 22 DF 2019
Angola 27 Feião Moisés Sebastião Cabungula MF 2019
Angola Finidi Luís Domingos Canganjo 27 MF 21 5 0
Angola 26 Foguinho 2019
Angola Frank Francisco Barros Jimbi 14 13 0
Angola 7 G.T.I. Daniel António Jonata 22 MF 2019
Angola Gazeta Malunduma Pedro Maienga MF 18 18 28 6
Angola Godzila Pedro Domingos Sengo DF 24 4 7(1) 0
Angola Hugo
Nigeria Ike Ike Chidi Bright 26 DF 24 3 0
Angola Iniesta António Lukeba MF 8 8 3(11) 0 8
Angola 17 Jamuana Manuel Alexandre Jamuana 35 DF 2019
Angola 14 Jessy Jessy Ndaie Kumanzide 2019
Angola Joel Joel Diaku DF 4 4 (1) 0 4
Democratic Republic of the Congo Kandú Déo Kanda 28 MF 24 5(3) 3
Angola 23 Kevinho 2019
Angola Kina GK
Ghana Kissi Kingslei Kofi Kissi 22 GK 1 9 0
Brazil Leandro Leandro França Cerqueira 27 MF 10 5(3) 0
Angola 5 Lelé Saviano Miguel Bengue 29 DF 2019
Angola Lema Gonçalves Mpassi MF 13 4(3) 1
Angola Liliano Liliano Pedro FW 29 11(6) 3
Angola 6 Londaka Mauro de Almeida Londaka 27 MF 2019
Angola 28 M.C. Lutonda João sebastião 2019
Angola Makuntima Makuntima Fernando Bunga DF 26 8(1) 0
Angola Mano Manuel 2 2
Angola 10 Mano Mano Constantino Carlos António 20 2019
Angola Manucho José Tibúrcio GK 12 12(1) 0
Angola 19 Manuel 2019
Angola Maurito Norberto Mauro da Costa Mulenessa 36 FW 19 DNP
Angola Mavambu Mavambu João Afonso Baptista 21 MF 10 10(2) 1
Angola 21 Miguel Miguel Pedro Bengui 2019
Angola 4 Milambo Ndanda Ricardo Mendes 24 DF 2019
Angola Milinga
Angola Ministro
Democratic Republic of the Congo Modeste Modeste O. Ngelenda 9 1(2) 1 13
Angola 25 Nando Fernando Mussibo Augusto MF 27 11(5) 0 25 2019
Angola 8 Patrick 2019
Angola Paulo 26
Angola Pedro DF
Angola Pira
Angola Rasca Maieco Domingos Henrique António 35 FW 20 1(1) 1
Angola Reis 19 DNP
Angola Richy Pedro Lundoloki MF 13 2(3) 0
Democratic Republic of the Congo Roblin Sungu Kintatu Roblen DF 5 5 4(1) 0
Angola Sawú Mazenga Dimanza Garcia 33 FW 28 2(5) 0
Angola Sebas Sebastião Mbenza 5 5 0 5
Angola Shayi Mukengeshayi Tumba 29 FW 11 2(3) 0
Angola Simão Rosalino Valério Veya DF 2 28 2
Angola 18 Sozito Mário Bernardo Keita DF 2019
Angola Tachungo Carlos Tashungu Wungu DF 3 15 1 3
Angola Tati Pedro Tati MF 28 (1) 0
Nigeria Thomas Emmanuel A. Thomas 28 MF 21 6 0
Angola 16 Toy André Augusto Miranda Kongo 30 GK 1 3 0 2019
Angola Vata João Vata GK 22
Angola Vemba Vemba Mawete FW 23 23 10(1) 0
Angola 24 Vidinho Victor P. Nangue DF 2019
Angola 15 Yuri Norberto Yuri Lutanda FW 15 15 20 0 2019
Angola Yuyú João Sama Mateus DF 13
Angola Zé Kalanga Paulo Baptista Nsimba 34 MF 17 4(5) 0
Angola 3 Zeza Carlos Guimarães Gomes DF 2019
Years 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Manager history[edit]

Season Coach L2 L C Coach L2 L C Coach L2 L C
2016 Angola Paulo Saraiva
2017 Portugal Sérgio Traguil Democratic Republic of the Congo Lusala Dady Angola Hélder Teixeira
2018 Angola João Paulo Angola Mbuisso António
2019 Angola Mbuisso António Angola Nseka Nitoya Angola Paulo Saraiva

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Segundona". rsssf.com. Retrieved 12 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Futebol: Santa Rita vence campeonato provincial no Uíge". ANGOP Angolan News Agency. Retrieved 2 June 2016.
  3. ^ "Uíge: Dezassete mortos na partida de futebol entre Santa Rita e Recreativo do Libolo" (in Portuguese). ANGOP.com. 10 February 2017. Retrieved 10 February 2017.
  4. ^ "Futebol/Girabola: Santa Rita de Cássia ilustre desconhecido com mundialista no plantel" (in Portuguese). 9 February 2017. Retrieved 10 February 2017.

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