Bodunha becomes sixth Angolan coach to lead Petro de Luanda

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Luanda - Mateus Agostinho "Bodunha" was appointed head coach of the Petro de Luanda football team on Wednesday in replacement of the Spanish Tony Cosano  and has become the sixth Angolan to lead the team.

The former Petro’s right-back was until the date of his appointment, the team’s training coordinator and has won four national titles as player of this club.

Bodunha’s debut takes place on Saturday when Petro face Cuando Cubango FC away.

The first national coach to lead Petro was Severino Miranda "Semica", in 1984, followed by Carlos Silva (1986), Carlos Queirós (1989-1990), Osvaldo Saturnino Jesus (1995) and Miller Gomes (2012-2013).

Of the 15 national championships won by Petro de Luanda, only Semica and Jesus managed to be champions, in 1984 and 1995, respectively.

The team was also led by several foreign coaches namely Brazilians (7), Portuguese (2) Serbians (2) Cape Verdean (1), Dutch (1).

 

The former Petro’s right-back was until the date of his appointment, the team’s training coordinator and has won four national titles as player of this club.

Bodunha’s debut takes place on Saturday when Petro face Cuando Cubango FC away.

The first national coach to lead Petro was Severino Miranda "Semica", in 1984, followed by Carlos Silva (1986), Carlos Queirós (1989-1990), Osvaldo Saturnino Jesus (1995) and Miller Gomes (2012-2013).

Of the 15 national championships won by Petro de Luanda, only Semica and Jesus managed to be champions, in 1984 and 1995, respectively.

The team was also led by several foreign coaches namely Brazilians (7), Portuguese (2) Serbians (2) Cape Verdean (1), Dutch (1).