Nelo Vingada

Nelo Vingada

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Eduardo Manuel Martinho Vingada, known as Nelo Vingada (born 30 March 1953 in Serpa, Portugal ) is a Portuguese football manager who currently manages Chinese Super League team Dalian Shide F.C.

Coaching career

His first steps as a professional football coach were firstly in Belenenses, and then in Académica de Coimbra in 1982–83 season, when he was assistant manager for Mário Wilson at Académica. Sintrense and Vilafranquense were his following teams as a manager.

In 1986–87 season Vingada was appointed as an assistant manager for Portugal U-20 along with Carlos Queiroz. He was the assistant coach for the Portuguese squad in the World Youth Championships of 1989 in Riyadh and 1991 in Lisbon with Carlos Queiroz as head coach, both won by Portugal.

Vingada was appointed as a head coach for Portugal U-20 and his team participated in 1995 World Youth Championship. In this tournament, Portugal U-20 was ended in the third place

Portugal Olympic football team under his management participated in 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics and after a win over Tunisia (2–0) and 1 – 1 draws against Argentina and the United States, they ended in second place in Group A with the same points and goal difference as the first-placed Argentinians (but with lesser goals scored). Then in the quarter-finals, a win over France (2–1) after extra-time assured them a place in the semi-finals. Once again they played against Argentina, but this time the South Americans won 2 – 0. For the bronze...
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