Former coach of Deportivo Coruna dies in Brazil

Former coach of Deportivo Coruna dies in Brazil
Carlos Alberto Mauro Silva in his time as coach deportivista. Photo: The voice of Galicia




The former coach of Real Club Deportivo Coruna during seasons 1996-97 Y 1997-98, Brazilian Carlos Alberto Silva, He died this 20 of January of 2017 in the city of Belo Horizonte (Brazil) at the age of 77 years. Born in 1939 and more than 27 years on the bench, he led many teams especially in Brazil but also trained in countries like Portugal, Japan and Spain which led to Deportivo Coruna.

The technician, was champion in Brazil and Portugal, where he led Porto and with whom he won the league twice. coach of the Brazilian team he led to two Olympic Games and America's Cup was also. Silva took the reins of the club Espanyol in February 1997, after the dismissal of John Toshack Welsh, making debut 19 February 1997 with a win in the José Rico Pérez Alicante, against Hercules 1 goal to 3. He was coach of Deportivo on call “League of stars”.




When I arrive, Depor that Rivaldo and company was under his command fifth and finished third behind only Real Madrid to be champion FC Barcelona and Ronaldo, Figo and a host of stars. Rivaldo selling on the last day market 1997 and a series of poor results, propitiate his departure from the club in the day 6 it's from the season 1997-98. After his career would continue until his retirement in 2005. DEP.

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

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