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Ondino Viera

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Ondino Viera
Full nameOndino Leonel Viera Palasérez
Date of birth(1901-09-10)10 September 1901
Place of birthCerro Largo, Uruguay
Date of death27 June 1997(1997-06-27) (aged 95)
Place of deathMontevideo, Uruguay
Playing positionManager
Teams managed
YearsTeam
1928Cerro Largo Selection
1930-1933Nacional
1936-1937River Plate
1938-1941Fluminense
1942-1946Vasco da Gama
1947Botafogo
1948-1949Fluminense
1953Palmeiras
1954-1955Atlético Mineiro
1955-1960Nacional
1963Paraguay
1963-1964Guaraní
1965Cerro
1965-1967Uruguay
1967Bangu
1969Colón
1971Liverpool de Montevideo
1972Peñarol

Ondino Leonel Viera Palasérez (10 September 1901 – 27 June 1997), in Brazil also known as Ondino Vieira, was an Uruguayan football manager. In his long-lasting career he won between the 1930s and 1960s important titles with clubs in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. With the national team of Paraguay he reached second spot at the Copa América of 1963 and at the World Cup of 1966 in England he led Uruguay into the quarterfinals.

He was the manager of the Uruguay national football team during the 1966 FIFA World Cup. His son, Milton, was also in the World Cup squad.[1]

He also coached Nacional,[2] Vasco da Gama and Peñarol.[3]

He was famously quoted as saying "Other countries have their history. Uruguay has its football".[citation needed]

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