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Fernando Vaz
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Full name Fernando Gomes Ribeiro Vaz
Date of birth August 5, 1918(1918-08-05)
Place of birth Benguela, Portuguese Angola
Date of death August 25, 1986 (aged 68)
Playing position Manager
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Casa Pia
Teams managed
1951–1953 Belenenses
1952 Vitória F.C.
1952–1953 Porto
1953–1954 Braga
1954 Portugal
1954–1955 Porto
1955–1956 Vitória S.C.
1956–1957 Caldas
1957–1958 Vitória S.C.
1958–1959 Belenenses
1959–1960 Sporting Clube de Portugal
1960–1961 GD CUF
1961–1962 Vitória F.C.
1962–1964 Belenenses
1964–1969 Vitória F.C.
1969–1972 Sporting Clube de Portugal
1972–1974 Académica de Coimbra
1974–1975 Atlético Clube de Portugal
1975–1976 Beira-Mar
1976–1977 Vitória F.C.
1977–1979 Marítimo
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Fernando Vaz (5 August 1918–25 August 1986[1]) was a Portuguese former footballer and coach.

Vaz played for Casa Pia, but ended his footballer career at the age of 22.[2]

Vaz coached Belenenses, Vitória F.C., Porto[3], Braga, Portugal, Vitória S.C., Caldas, Sporting Clube de Portugal[4], GD CUF, Académica de Coimbra, Atlético Clube de Portugal[5], Beira-Mar and Marítimo.[6]

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