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Alberto de Carvalho

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Nationality  Angolan-Portuguese
Nov 10 - Apr 12  Sporting Cabinda
Coaching career  2001–present
May 12 - May 13  Interclube

2001 - 2005  Lusitania
Name  Alberto Carvalho
Jul 05 - Jul 09  Petro Atletico
Role  Coach
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Born  August 18, 1956 (age 59) Luanda, Angola (1956-08-18)

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Alberto de Carvalho, nicknamed Ginguba (born August 18 1956), is an Angolan-Portuguese coach. He is a former coach of the Angola national basketball team.

Before moving to Angola where he won two straight national championships with Petro Atlético in 2006 and 2007, he coached Lusitânia of Portugal.

In 2006, he was chosen to replace Mário Palma as the Angola coach for the 2006 FIBA World Championship finals. He won the 2007 FIBA Africa Championship and was his country coach for the 2008 Olympic Games tournament in Beijing.

In August 2016, Ginguba was appointed head-coach of Progresso do Sambizanga

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