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Carlos Queiroz

Coach from Portugal,Mozambique

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. He moved to Portugal following Portugal's Carnation Revolution on 25 April 1974, and Mozambique's  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1953-03-01
Place of birth
Nampula
Nationality
Portugal,Mozambique
Spouse(s)
Ana Paula Queiroz
Profession
Coach

Athlete facts

Sports
Football

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