|Role Football player|
Name Roberto Cavalo
|1985–1988 Atletico Paranaense|
|Full name Roberto Fernando Schneiger|
Date of birth (1963-04-13) April 13, 1963 (age 52)
Place of birth Carazinho (RS), Brazil
Roberto Fernando Schneiger (born 13 August 1963 in Carazinho) is a retired Brazilian professional football player, who played as defender and currently a manager.
Career as a player
Began with Atlético Paranaense, with whom he made his debut in the top Division against Criciúma and in 1991 he was part of the squad won the 1991 Copa do Brasil. He then Vitória in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, it was a positive season: seven goals in twenty-three matches earned him inclusion in the League best eleven (Bola de Prata). During that same season he also played two final tournament, lost to Botafogo. Transferred to Sport and Avaí, where he finished his career in 1997.
Career as a manager
Since 1998 he coached the Avaí. Already in 2004, brilliant fez campaign in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B having been one of four finalists (it ended at a third honorable place).
Then it assumed several teams in Brazil like Joinville, Chapecoense, Gama, Paysandu, Naútico, Criciúma, America de Natal and Bahia. On 11 September 2009, it was announced like new commander of the Paraná. some months later it was announced like new technician of the Mixto for the season 2010. it trained still Town Nov, disputing the Série B. Again it returned to Paraná and to Town in November. In 2012 it assumed the West and Grêmio Barueri. and 2013, put his return right to the West. In 2014 it was announced like new trainer of the Atlético Sorocaba not lasting very much in the post was dismissed in the same year and in the same year, it put his third passage right to the West to dispute the remainder of the Série B and being in 2015 up to the moment disputing of Campeonato Paulista Série A2 in 2015.