Carlos Queiroz Organization leader

Carlos queiroz

Carlos Manuel Brito Leal Queiroz ComIH (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈkaɾluʃ kɐjˈɾɔʃ]; born 1 March 1953) is a Portuguese football manager. He is currently the manager of the Iran national football team. A former manager of Real Madrid, he has also been the manager of the Portugal national football team twice and been Alex Ferguson's assistant manager at English club Manchester United twice as well. Queiroz has won several awards as a coach in junior levels, and he has been fairly successful at senior and club levels, mainly as Alex Ferguson's assistant manager. He is credited with discovering the Portuguese "Golden Generation" in the early 1990s, which most prominently include Luís Figo and Rui Costa, who were both selected for the FIFA 100 celebrations. In 1998, he authored the Q-Report, which detailed plans to enhance football player development in the United States. Born in Nampula, in the Portuguese Overseas Province of Mozambique (now Mozambique), to Portuguese parents, Queiroz had a short professional career as a football player, playing in Mozambique before turning to management.

Personal details

Date of birth
March 1st, 1953
Place of birth
Nampula
Nationality
Mozambique,Portugal
Places lived
Nampula , Mozambique
pop. 303,346 (1997)

Family

Spouse

Managerial history

Iran national football team Football

2011 -

The national football team of Iran (Persian: تیم ملی فوتبال ایران‎) represents Iran in international football competitions and is controlled by the Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran. The national football team of Iran, known as the Team Melli and Persian Stars, ranks 4th in Asia and 45th in the world according to the current FIFA World Rankings. The very first match that the Team Melli played was on August 25, 1941 away at Afghanistan and first FIFA international Iran's match was on May 28, 1950 away at Turkey. Iran has won the Asian Cup three consecutive times (1968, 1972, 1976), a championship record to which the team has not been able to add since, although they have finished third four times. In 1978, Iran made its first appearance in the World Cup after defeating Australia in Tehran to qualify. Iran lost two of their three group stage games against the Netherlands and Peru. However, they managed to create a surprise by drawing 1–1 against Scotland with a late Iraj Danaeifard goal. After the 1979 Revolution, football was somewhat neglected and cast aside.

Championships won

Championship Year Runner-up Result
1976 AFC Asian Cup Final 1976
1972 AFC Asian Cup Final 1972

General club info

Club founded 1920
Leagues
Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran
Stadiums
Azadi Stadium
1975 -
Team colors

Other managers

Manager From To
Afshin Ghotbi 2009 2011

Coaches

Coach From To
Carlos Queiroz 2011-04-04

Wikipedia article


Real Madrid C.F. Football

2003 - 2004

Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spanish pronunciation: [reˈal maˈðɾið ˈkluβ ðe ˈfutβol] Royal Madrid Football Club), commonly known as Real Madrid, is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain. It was founded in 1902 as Madrid Football Club and has traditionally worn a white home kit since. The word Real is Spanish for royal and was bestowed to the club by King Alfonso XIII in 1920 together with the royal crown in the emblem. The club established itself as a major force in both Spanish and European football during the 1950s. Unlike most European football clubs, Real Madrid's members (socios) have owned and operated the club since its inception. The club is the richest football club in terms of annual revenue, generating €438.6 million in 2011 and the second most valuable, worth €1.4 billion. Real Madrid holds many long-standing rivalries, most notably El Clásico with FC Barcelona. The team has played its home matches in the 85,454-capacity Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in downtown Madrid since 1947. It is one of three clubs to have never been relegated from the top flight of Spanish football, along with Athletic Bilbao and Barcelona.

Championships won

Championship Year Runner-up Result
UEFA Super Cup 2014 Sevilla FC 2:0
UEFA Champions League Final 2014 Atlético Madrid 4:1 after extra time
Copa del Rey Final 2014 FC Barcelona 2-1
2002–03 La Liga 2003
2000–01 La Liga 2001
1996–97 La Liga 1997
1988–89 La Liga 1989
1986–87 La Liga 1987
1985–86 La Liga 1986
1974–75 La Liga 1975
1971–72 La Liga 1972
1966–67 La Liga 1967
1964–65 La Liga 1965
1962–63 La Liga 1963
1961–62 La Liga 1962
1958 European Cup Final 1958 A.C. Milan 3 - 2 After extra time
1957–58 La Liga 1958
1957 European Cup Final 1957 ACF Fiorentina 2 - 0
1954–55 La Liga 1955

General club info

Club founded March 6th, 1902
Leagues
La Liga
Stadiums
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
1947-12-14 -
Estadio Chamartín
1924-05-17 - 1947
Campo de Ciudad Lineal
1923-04-29 - 1924
Campo de O'Donnell
1912 - 1923
Team colors

Other managers

Manager From To
Carlo Ancelotti 2013-06-25
José Mourinho 2010-05-28 2013-06-01
Manuel Pellegrini 2009-06-02 2010-05-26
Juande Ramos 2008-12-09 2009-06-01
Bernd Schuster 2007-07-09 2008-12-09
Fabio Capello 2006-07-05 2007-06-28
Juan Ramón López Caro 2005-12-04 2006-06-01
Mariano García Remón 2004-09-20 2004-12-30
Vanderlei Luxemburgo 2004-12-30 2005-12-04
José Antonio Camacho 2004-05-25 2004-09-20
John Toshack 1999-02-24 1999-11-17
Vicente del Bosque 1999-11-17 2003-06-23
Guus Hiddink 1998-07-15 1999-02-23
Jupp Heynckes 1997-06-25 1998-05-28
Fabio Capello 1996-05 1997-06
Vicente del Bosque 1996-01 1996-01
Arsenio Iglesias 1996-01 1996-05
Jorge Valdano 1994-05 1996-01
Vicente del Bosque 1994-03 1994-05
Benito Floro 1992-06 1994-03
Leo Beenhakker 1992-01 1992-06
Radomir Antić 1991-03 1992-01
Alfredo Di Stéfano 1990-11 1991-03
John Toshack 1989-06 1990-11
Leo Beenhakker 1986-04 1989-06
Luis Molowny 1985-04 1986-04
Amancio Amaro 1984-04 1985-04
Luis Molowny 1982-03 1982-04
Alfredo Di Stéfano 1982-04 1984-04
Vujadin Boškov 1979-06 1982-03
Luis Molowny 1977-09 1979-06
Miljan Miljanić 1974-05 1977-09
Luis Molowny 1974-01 1974-05
Miguel Muñoz 1960-04 1974-01
Manuel Fleitas Solich 1959-07 1960-04
Luis Carniglia 1959-04 1959-07
Miguel Muñoz 1959-02 1959-04
Luis Carniglia 1957-04 1959-02
José Villalonga Llorente 1954-12 1957-04
Enrique Fernández Viola 1953-05 1954-12
Juan Antonio Ipiña 1952-04 1953-05
Héctor Scarone 1951-03 1952-04
Baltasar Albéniz 1950-10 1951-03
Michael Keeping 1948-01 1950-10
Jacinto Quincoces 1947-04 1948-01
Baltasar Albéniz 1946-03 1947-04
Jacinto Quincoces 1945-05 1946-03
Ramón Encinas 1943-09 1945-05
Juan Armet 1941 1943-09
Francisco Bru Sanz 1934 1941
Robert Firth 1932 1934
Lippo Hertzka 1930 1932
José Quirante 1929 1930
José Berraondo 1927 1929
Pedro Llorente 1926 1926
Santiago Bernabéu Yeste 1926 1927
Juan de Cárcer 1920 1926
Arthur Johnson 1910 1920

Coaches

Coach From To
Paul Clement 2013-06 2014-07
José Mourinho 2010-05-31 2013-06-01
Fernando Hierro 2014-07-10
Carlo Ancelotti 2013-06-25

Official website

www.realmadrid.com

Wikipedia article

Coaching history

Iran national football team Football

2011 -

For team description, please check Managerial history section of page

Wikipedia

Check Carlos Queiroz on wikipedia.

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