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Zé Mário (footballer, born 1949)

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Zé Mário
Personal information
Full name José Mário de Almeida Barros
Date of birth (1949-02-01) February 1, 1949 (age 70)
Place of birth Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1970 Bonsucesso
1971–1974 Flamengo
1975 Fluminense
1976–1979 Vasco da Gama
1980–1982 Portuguesa
Teams managed
1982–1983 Botafogo
1983 Figueirense
1984 Ceará
1984 Ferroviário
1985 Flamengo do Piauí
1985 Figueirense
1986 Iraq Youth Team
1987 Goiás
1988–1990 Al Ain
1991 Goiás
1992 Náutico
1992 Al-Arabi
1992 América
1993 Al-Arabi
1993–1995 Al-Riyadh
1995–1996 Saudi Arabia
1996–1997 Al-Riyadh
1997 Al-Sadd
1998–1999 Kashima Antlers
1998 Qatar
2000–2001 Internacional
2001–2002 Guarani
2003 Al-Ittifaq
2004 Al-Shabab
2005 Figueirense
2006–2008 Al Wasl
2008–2009 Al-Arabi
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

José Mário de Almeida Barros, (born 1 February 1949 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian football manager. He formerly coached the Al-Arabi Sports Club in Qatar.


In Summer 2008, Ze Mario has served his contract with Al Wasl Club after two successful seasons, where he was able to win both the UAE League, and the UAE President Cup titles in the first season (2007/2008). And was able to lead them to the final of the UAE President Cup for the second consecutive year in the second season, and he has also led them in their AFC Champions League journey which ended in the group stage.

Ze Mario has then moved back to the Qatari League with his past team Al-Arabi Sports Club after failing to sign a contract with his other past team Al-Shabab (Saudi Arabia) and was fired in January 2009.

Managerial statistics


Team From To Record
G W D L Win %
Kashima Antlers 1998 1999 35 21 1 13 060.00
Total 35 21 1 13 060.00


  1. ^ J.League Data Site(in Japanese)

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