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Doriva's managerial career is a bit scary

 

Managerial career[edit]

After retiring in 2009, Doriva was hired by Ituano's president and former teammate Juninho Paulista; initially a manager of the youth categories, he subsequently became an assistant manager and, in 2014, was appointed as coach.[13] He led Ituano to a Cinderella run in the Campeonato Paulista, winning the title on penalty kicks over Santos.[14]

Doriva was appointed Atlético Paranaense manager on 16 June 2014,[15] but failed to impress, being sacked only two months later.[16]

On 14 December 2014, Doriva was appointed as manager of Vasco.[17] The following 4 August, after another state league title, he was named at the helm of Ponte Preta;[18] on 7 October, however, he rescinded with the latter and moved to São Paulo.[19] He lasted only a month with the team from the state capital, winning two and losing two league games, and being eliminated 3–1 on aggregate from the Copa do Brasil by rivals Santos.[20]

Bahia signed Doriva for the year 2016.[21] Despite a 69% winning rate with the Série B club, he was dismissed on 19 June after a first defeat of the season against Londrina.[22] He then had two months in charge of Santa Cruz in the same season, resigning on 20 October as their relegation looked imminent.[23]

In 2017, Doriva had ten games in charge of Atlético Goianiense before losing his job on 21 July; he recorded only one win and two draws.[24] He was then appointed as Novorizontino's manager for the 2018 Campeonato Paulista.[25] His team reached the quarter-finals before an 8–0 aggregate loss to Palmeiras.[26]

In June 2018, Doriva was appointed coach of CRB.[27] He left the club in September, to be replaced by Roberto Fernandes.[28]

Doriva was hired by Criciúma of the Campeonato Catarinense at the start of 2019, and was fired on 5 March when the team were in 6th place.[29] Two weeks later, he was appointed at São Bento, who were preparing for a season in the national second division.[30] He was dismissed on 29 August, having won 5 of 19 games in the first half of the campaign.[31]

On 23 May 2021, it was announced that Sylvinho would be Corinthians' new manager and Doriva would be his assistant.[32][33]

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Just now, Changing Times said:

It's weird that the minute something like that gets mentioned on here the names put forward are all ex Boro.

He said it's an old face...

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Just now, Changing Times said:

It's weird that the minute something like that gets mentioned on here the names put forward are all ex Boro.

Digger did say an old face....

 

maybe Reizeger will leave his Ajax role and come over

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14 minutes ago, mj south said:

Once again Steve Gibson is showing why he's the best in the business, takes a lot of stick for putting the brakes on things but there's always along term plan with him

No there isn't as we've seen over the last few years.  We are splurging on transfers and people think it's evidence of a long term plan?  I don't think that alone is evidence of anything.

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1 minute ago, HolgateBoy said:

Could the Man City player in question be Tommy Doyle? Had a good season with the u23s

We've signed enough doyles.

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2 minutes ago, Neverbefore said:

He said it's an old face...

 

2 minutes ago, Mr_Maz said:

Digger did say an old face....

 

maybe Reizeger will leave his Ajax role and come over

Sorry yeah he did.  I don't pay attention to his posts any more cos he just makes everything up.

We need an outsider who isn't going to take any crap from Gibson/Bausor if we want to shake things up here.

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1 minute ago, Changing Times said:

No there isn't as we've seen over the last few years.  We are splurging on transfers and people think it's evidence of a long term plan?  I don't think that alone is evidence of anything.

There’s zero evidence of a long term plan. If anything there’s a confusing mess of signing two lots players - one lot for a manager we don’t have.

look like more gift giving. But maybe I am too old and tired.

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10 minutes ago, Changing Times said:

Should just have replaced him this summer in that case.  We're still buying players who presumably aren't really for the future or a future manager let's say.  It's still wasting money, even if it's less than we have wasted in the past.

My thoughts exactly. I understand the so called 'long term' plan but can't understand why we didn't make the change this summer

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