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Lori Sandri

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Lori Sandri
Full nameLori Paulo Sandri
Date of birth(1949-01-29)29 January 1949
Place of birthEncantado (RS), Brazil
Date of death3 October 2014(2014-10-03) (aged 65)
Place of deathCuritiba (PR), Brazil
Youth career
1964Encantado (RS)
1965Internacional
1966–1968Água Verde (PR)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1969Rio Branco (PR)
1970Seleto
1971–1972Atlético Paranaense
1973Londrina
1974–1976Pinheiros-PR
Teams managed
1977–1978Uberaba
1978Chapecoense
1979Atlético Paranaense
1981Criciúma
1983Atlético Paranaense
1984Santa Cruz
1985–1986Guarani
1987Criciúma
1988–1989Al-Shabab
1990Al-Ettifaq
1991Criciúma
1992Al-Shabab
1994Al-Ettifaq
1994Criciúma
1995Internacional
1995Coritiba
1996Al Ain
1997United Arab Emirates
1998Juventude
1998United Arab Emirates
1999Al-Hilal
2000Coritiba
2001Botafogo (SP)
2001Goiás
2002–2003Tokyo Verdy
2003Criciúma
2003Vitória
2004Internacional
2004Criciúma
2005Paraná
2006Atlético Paranaense
2007América (RN)
2007Paraná
2007Sertãozinho
2008–2009Marítimo
2010Santa Cruz
2011Noroeste
2012Botafogo (SP)

Lori Paulo Sandri (29 January 1949 – 3 October 2014) was a Brazilian football manager.

Coaching career

He previously managed Atlético Paranaense, Criciúma, Santa Cruz, Guarani, Al-Shabab, Al-Ettifaq, Internacional, Coritiba, Al Ain, the United Arab Emirates national team,[1] Juventude, Al-Hilal, Botafogo (SP), Goiás, Tokyo Verdy, Vitória, Paraná, América (RN) and Sertãozinho.

Death

Lori Sandri died, aged 65, of a brain tumor in October 2014.[2][3]

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