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Brazil held their trainings in Hindås in Sweden before the 1958 FIFA World Cup. The picture shows the Brazilian coach Vicente Feola.

Vicente Ítalo Feola, usually known as Vicente Feola (born on November 20, 1909 in São Paulo, died on November 20, 1975 in São Paulo), was an Italian Brazilian soccer coach who lived in São Paulo. He became famous for leading the national soccer team to its first FIFA World Cup title in 1958, in Sweden. He was also the coach of the Brazil soccer team in the 1966 FIFA World Cup. As the São Paulo FC coach, he won the 1948 and 1949 Campeonato Paulista. Brazil, under his command, played 74 times, having won 55 games, tied 13 and lost 6 times. He died in 1975 aged 66.

References

  • Enciclopédia do Futebol Brasileiro, Volume 2 - Lance, Rio de Janeiro: Aretê Editorial S/A, 2001.
Preceded by
Germany Sepp Herberger
FIFA World Cup winning managers
1958
Succeeded by
Brazil Aymoré Moreira
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Vicente Feola
Personal information
Full name Vicente Ítalo Feola
Date of birth 20 November 1909(1909-11-20)
Place of birth    São Paulo, Brazil
Date of death    20 November 1975 (aged 66)
Teams managed
1937-1938
1939
1941-1942
1947-1950
1955-1956
1958-1960
1959
1961
1964-1967
São Paulo
São Paulo
São Paulo
São Paulo
São Paulo
Brazil
São Paulo
Boca Juniors
Brazil

Vicente Feola (born 20 November, 1909) is a former Brazilian football manager.

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