Zeze Moreira
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Zeze Moreira
Zezé Moreira
Personal information
Full name Alfredo Moreira Júnior
Date of birth (1917-10-16)16 October 1917
Place of birth Miracema (RJ), Brazil
Date of death 10 April 1998(1998-04-10) (aged 80)
Place of death Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Brazil
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1933 Flamengo
1935 Palestra Itália
1935-1943 Botafogo
1944-1945 America
Teams managed
1948-1949 Botafogo
1951-1954 Fluminense
1952 Brazil
1954-1955 Botafogo
1954-1955 Brazil
1955-1956 Botafogo
1958-1962 Fluminense
1962 Palestino
1963 Nacional
1965-1966 Vasco da Gama
1966-1967 Corinthians
1967 Sport
1968-1969 Nacional
1970 São Paulo
1971-1972 Belenenses
1973 Fluminense
1975 Bahia
1975-1977 Cruzeiro
1978-1981 Bahia
1981 Canto do Rio
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Alfredo Moreira Júnior (16 October 1917 in Miracema - 10 April 1998 in Rio de Janeiro), usually known as Zezé Moreira, was a Brazilian footballer and football manager that coached Brazil at the 1954 FIFA World Cup. He was born in Miracema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is a brother of Aymoré Moreira, winner of the 1962 FIFA World Cup and Ayrton Moreira, both of them successful coaches in the Brazilian football. In 1976, as Cruzeiro's manager, he won the Copa Libertadores.


As a footballer, Zezé Moreira played for Sport Club Brasil, Palestra Itália (nowadays Palmeiras), Flamengo and Botafogo.

Zezé Moreira managed several clubs, like Botafogo, Fluminense, Cruzeiro, Sport Recife and Nacional of Uruguay. He was also the Brazilian national team manager in 1952, 1954 and 1955.





Vasco da Gama
São Paulo


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