Nicanor de Carvalho

1947 - 2018

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Nicanor de Carvalho Júnior, sometimes simply known as Nicanor (9 February 1947 – 28 November 2018), was a Brazilian football player and manager. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Nicanor de Carvalho has received more than 20,086 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Nicanor de Carvalho is the 295th most popular coach (down from 279th in 2019), the 777th most popular biography from Brazil (down from 774th in 2019) and the 24th most popular Brazilian Coach.

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Among coaches, Nicanor de Carvalho ranks 295 out of 471Before him are Bob Knight, Bob Bradley, Ignacio Prieto, Júlio César Leal, Pepe Mel, and Željko Buvač. After him are Afshin Ghotbi, Juan Carlos Garrido, Kent Nielsen, Yuri Gavrilov, Radmilo Ivančević, and Robert Moreno.

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Among people born in 1947, Nicanor de Carvalho ranks 694Before him are Viggo Jensen, Rói Patursson, Otto Stuppacher, Boujemaa Benkhrif, Peter Nogly, and Joseph Nicolosi. After him are Barbara Ferrell, Enrique Chazarreta, Ching Wan Tang, Rupert Holmes, Drew Gilpin Faust, and Harvey Mason. Among people deceased in 2018, Nicanor de Carvalho ranks 450Before him are Randy Weston, Mary Midgley, Juris Silovs, Jeanne Ashworth, Daniel Quinn, and Anatoly Lein. After him are Ed King, Muhibbe Darga, Mort Walker, Asma Jahangir, Peter G. Peterson, and Emiliano Mondonico.

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In Brazil

Among people born in Brazil, Nicanor de Carvalho ranks 777 out of 2,236Before him are João Carlos de Oliveira (1954), Policarpo Ribeiro de Oliveira (1907), Júlio César Leal (1951), Lília Cabral (1957), Thiago Neves (1985), and Cássia Eller (1962). After him are Serafim Fernandes de Araújo (1924), Taison (1988), Aloísio Pires Alves (1963), Cristiano da Matta (1973), José Aldo (1986), and Anitta (1993).

Among COACHES In Brazil

Among coaches born in Brazil, Nicanor de Carvalho ranks 24Before him are Ricardinho (1976), Paulo Emilio (1936), Antoninho (1939), Betinho (1966), Valmir Louruz (1944), and Júlio César Leal (1951). After him are René Simões (1952), José Carlos Serrão (1950), João Carlos (1956), Otacílio Gonçalves (1940), Alexandré Pölking (1976), and Vadão (1956).