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Robertinho Oliveira Gonçalves do Carmo

Robertinho Oliveira Gonçalves do Carmo  [22-06-1960] holding a Portuguese and Brazilian proves his prestigious background in professional coaching and strong route as a iconic player.

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Professional Coach History 

Robertinho home team Fluminense-RJ (Serie A, Brazil) took special care having been supported from youth to elite professional stages in his career. A career which inevitably represented the Brazilian National Team in competitions in Iran, Toulon and the World Cup 1982. Robertinho found himself fighting for various Série A teams such as Flamengo-RK, Internacional RS, Palmeiras-SP, Sport-RE, Atletico Mineiro and Botafogo-RJ. Abroad, Udinense (Serie A, Italy),  and Nacional da ilha da Madeira (Primeira Liga, Portugal).

The following football clubs have been directed by Robertinho’s in his now 24th year as a professional head coach: Grössenbacher (Suíça), Fluminense-RJ, Kazma FC (Kuwait), Al Shamal (Qatar), Stade Tunisien (Tunísia), Hammam Sousse (Tunísia), Stade Gabesien FC (Tunísia), Grombalia FC (Tunísia), Villareggio Menager (Italy), ASA (Angola), Rayon Sports F.C. (Rwanda)

 

 

 

International success followed in Obendor International Tournament hosted in Germany. The renowended coach continued on to Clube de Regatas Brazil, Estrela N.F.C America F.C. An exciting career path ahead of Robertinho emerged with in Stade Tunisien, which served as a path for international recognition as a leading head coach of Tunisia, Kuwait, Qatar and Angola. Currently holding the title of Rayon Sports at the top flight league in Rwanda

Agent: Evytal Sports Management 2019

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Brazilian technical trainer opens up to his desire for an international opportunity

Robertinho upon continuing his success abroad, strategised on his professional ambition to bring an impact on European football teams. 

Robertinho Champion of National Azam Premier League

Robertinho created history positioning Rwanda in the quarter final stage of Confédération Africaine de Football and dominated the title for the league