José Roberto Guimarães

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José Roberto Lages Guimarães (born 31 July 1954 in Quintana) is a Brazilian former volleyball player and current coach. He is known as Zé Roberto. He is coaching for Fenerbahçe Universal.[1][2] He played volleyball between years 1967–1988 as a professional player and coaching since 1988. He first coached a Brazilian women team Eletropaulo.[3] He competed in the men's tournament at the 1976 Summer Olympics.[4]

Zé Roberto
Ze Roberto, Grand Prix Łódź, Poland.jpg
Personal information
Full nameJosé Roberto Guimarães
NicknameZé Roberto
Born (1954-07-31) 31 July 1954 (age 66)
Quintana, São Paulo, Brazil
Height1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Weight69 kg (152 lb)
Coaching information
Current teamSão Paulo Barueri
Previous teams coached
São Caetano
Brasil Vôlei Clube
Aché Clube
Bradesco Osasco
Unisul Esporte Clube
Volley Pesaro
Minas Tênis Clube
São Paulo Barueri
Volleyball information
National team
1973–1976Brazil Brazil
1989–1996Brazil Brazil (men)
2003–Brazil Brazil (women)

He coached Brazil Men between 1992–96 and still coach Brazil Women since 2003. He won Barcelona 1992 with Brazil Men and won Beijing 2008 and London 2012 with Brazil Women.


As a playerEdit

Club Country During
Randi Esporte   Brazil 1967–1979
Pirelli/Santo André   Brazil 1979–1982
Olímpico Blumenau   Brazil 1982–1983
Atlético Mineiro   Brazil 1983–1984
Paulistano/Pão de Açúcar   Brazil 1984–1985
Banespa   Brazil 1985–1986
Transbrasil   Brazil 1986–1987
ASBAC   Brazil 1987–1988

As a coachEdit

Club Country During
Pão de Açúcar   Brazil 1989–1992
Brazil (men)   Brazil 1992–1996
Banespa   Brazil 1996–1997
Dayvit   Brazil 1997–1998
BCN   Brazil 2001–2003
Brazil (women)   Brazil 2003-
Finasa/Osasco   Brazil 2003–2005
Scavolini Pesaro   Italy 2006–2009
Fenerbahçe   Turkey 2010–2012
Campinas Vôlei Amil   Brazil 2012–2014
São Paulo   Brazil 2016–

Individual awardsEdit


  1. ^ Ze Roberto signed with Fenerbahçe
  2. ^ Fenerbahçe signed a world star
  3. ^ Ze Roberto profile
  4. ^ Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill; et al. "José Roberto Guimarães Olympic Results". Olympics at Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 30 January 2019.

External linksEdit