Moacir Pereira

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Moacir Pereira

Moacir Pereira Junior (Nova Lima, April 8, 1961) is a football coach. He holds a degree in Physical Education from Universidade Federal do Estado de Minas Gerais (UFMG) and a post-graduation degree from Universidade Gama Filho.

Pereira started his career coaching Villa Nova – his hometown team. He worked there for ten years, having held the positions of the Junior team coach, assistant coach and professional team head coach. After an experience in Japan, he was hired by Cruzeiro, where he worked as the assistant coach of Ney Franco leading the junior team. Then, Moacir followed the coach Ney Franco who worked for Ipatinga and then Flamengo.

During his passage through the Rubro-Negro Carioca, Moacir Pereira had the opportunity to lead the team in two matches (against Santa Cruz and São Caetano), both of them to replace Ney Franco.

After Flamengo he worked in major teams like Coritiba, Botafogo and Atlético Paranaense, when reaches the Brazilian Soccer Team U-20 as an Assistant Coach.

His last job was in 2012 as coach of Daegu FC, first division at South Korea, where he worked with the professional team.

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