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Full name  Enderson Alves Moreira
1998–1999  Sete de Setembro
Name  Enderson Moreira

Current team  Goias (coach)
Role  Football manager
Years  Team
Spouse  Rosangela Moreira
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Date of birth  (1971-09-28) 28 September 1971 (age 44)
Team coached  Clube Atletico Paranaense (Manager, since 2015)
Children  Bruna Moreira, Rafael Moreira
Parents  Maria Alves da Silva Moreira, Romario de Melo Moreira
Similar People  Ricardo Drubscky, Abel Braga, Fred, Werley, Milton Mendes

Place of birth  Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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Enderson Alves Moreira (born 28 September 1971), known as Enderson Moreira, is a Brazilian football manager, currently in charge of América Mineiro.


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Managerial career

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Born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Moreira had a Physical Education graduation before joining América Mineiro's youth setup in 1995, as a fitness coach. In 1996, after being appointed manager of the under-20s, he led the side to the first Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior title of their history. Moreira later was in charge of local lower clubs, and after another stint at América, was appointed as Atlético Mineiro's under-20 manager. He later moved to the latter's fierce rivals Cruzeiro, again finishing first in Copinha.

On 26 October 2008 Moreira was appointed Ipatinga manager, after previously being the club's assistant manager. After failing to avoid relegation with the club, he subsequently returned to youth football.

On 23 December 2009, after a spell at Atlético Paranaense, Moreira was named Sport Club Internacional B manager. On 21 March 2011 he was appointed assistant manager at Fluminense, but acted as the club's interim for two months.

On 28 September 2011 Moreira was appointed at the helm of Goiás. He led the club to a Série B title in 2012, and also achieved an impressive sixth position in the following year's Série A, but opted to not renew his contract in December 2013.

On 16 December 2013 Moreira signed for Grêmio, but was relieved from his duties on 27 July 2014. On 3 September he was appointed Santos manager, replacing fired Oswaldo de Oliveira.

On 5 March 2015 Moreira was sacked, despite the club's unbeaten status in the year. On the 16th he was named manager of Atlético Paranaense, replacing fired Claudinei Oliveira. His spell at the latter didn't last long, and he was relieved from his duties on 20 April.

On 21 May 2015 Moreira returned to Fluminense, after Ricardo Drubscky's dismissal. Dismissed on 15 September after a 1–4 heavy loss against Palmeiras, he returned to Goiás on 15 December ahead of the 2016 campaign.

Moreira was fired by the Esmeraldino on 8 June 2016, with the club in the relegation places. On 20 July he signed for América Mineiro, seriously threatened with relegation in the top tier; after improving the club's performance overall, he still failed to avoid the drop three matches before the end of the tournament.


  • Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior: 1996
  • Cruzeiro
  • Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior: 2007
  • Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20: 2007
  • Internacional
  • Copa Sub-23: 2010
  • Goiás
  • Campeonato Goiano: 2012, 2013, 2016
  • Campeonato Brasileiro Série B: 2012
  • References

    Enderson Moreira Wikipedia