Agostinho Oliveira

Agostinho Oliveira

Agostinho Oliveira (born 1952 in Penafiel) is a current Portuguese football manager, best known for a brief stint with Portugal national football team.

Oliveira took over from António Oliveira as the Portugal coach, in a temporary role before Luiz Felipe Scolari took over in 2003. He was in charge for four games, winning two, against Sweden (3-2) and Scotland (2-0) and drawing two (England and Tunisia, both 1-1). Among others, he started Paulo Ferreira and Jorge Ribeiro's international careers.

Oliveira was also coach of the U-21s and the Olympic national team, leading the latter to the 2004 Olympic Games tournament, where Portugal was eliminated in the first round.

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