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This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name is Carvalho Peyroteo and the second or paternal family name is Couceiro. José Couceiro Personal information Full name José Júlio de Carvalho Peyroteo Martins Couceiro Date of birth October 4, 1962 (1962-10-04) (age 48) Place of birth Lisbon, Portugal Club information Current club Lokomotiv Moscow (manager) Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1981–1982 Mortijo 1982–1985 Berreirense 1985–1986 Atlético CP 1986–1988 Torreense 1988–1989 Oriental 1989–1991 Torreense 1991–1992 Estrela da Amadora Teams managed 2002–2004 Alverca 2004–2005 Vitória de Setúbal 2005 Porto 2005–2006 Belenenses 2006–2007 Portugal U-21 2008 Kaunas 2008–2010 Lithuania 2009–2010 Gaziantepspor 2011 Sporting CP (caretaker) 2011- Lokomotiv Moscow * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). José Júlio de Carvalho Peyroteo Martins Couceiro (born 4 October 1962[1]) is a Portuguese football manager who currently manages Lokomotiv Moscow. Despite his young age, he has served as president for the Sindicato dos Jogadores Profissionais de Futebol (Portuguese Football Players' Union) and manager for Sporting Clube de Portugal. He is a known fan of the Lisbon side, and related to club legend and member of "The Five Violins" Fernando Peyroteo, through his mother. Football As a manager, Couceiro's career is marked with the relegation of Alverca in the 2003–04 season. He bounced back with a good run with Vitória de Setúbal, and won the best Portuguese coach prize. He then signed for FC Porto on 1 February 2005, going on to Belenenses during the 2005–06 season. In August 2006, he was appointed manager of the Portuguese under-21 team, reaching positive results in the UEFA Championships. He was then appointed the head coach of FBK Kaunas, the Lithuanian A Lyga club controlled by Vladimir Romanov, in July 2008. On the 5 August 2008, Kaunas, playing in a UEFA Champions League play-off match, beat 2007 UEFA Cup finalists Rangers of Scotland 2–1 on aggregate to qualify for the third round for the first time in their history. He became head coach of the Lithuanian national team on 14 August 2008.[2] In his first competitive match as manager, Lithuania defeated Romania 3–0 in Cluj-Napoca for a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier. After that, they beat Austria 2–0 at home, and the Faroe Islands 1–0. They did not, however, qualify for the World Cup tournament in South Africa. In April 2009, Couceiro signed as a manager with Turkish side Gaziantepspor.[3] On February 26, 2011, after the dismissal of Paulo Sergio, Couceiro was named caretaker manager for the remainder of the season. Family Fernando Peyroteo, the former Sporting Clube de Portugal legend, is Couceiro's granduncle. António César de Vasconcelos Correia, 1st Viscount and 1st Count de Torres Novas and 93rd Governor of India, was his great-great-great-uncle. Augusto de Vasconcelos was his second cousin, three times removed. His father, an engineer also named José Martins Couceiro, born in Angola in 1928 and deceased on 30 September 2005, was the first chairman of the former Clube Académico de Coimbra in 1974. Married to Clara, he is the father of three daughters, Catarina (born 1991), Sofia (born 1994), and Beatriz (born 1996). References ^ http://www.lpfp.pt/liga_sagres/pages/pessoa.aspx?epoca=20052006&clube=belenenses&treinador=1072 ^ http://sport.scotsman.com/heartofmidlothianfc/Hearts-youngster-Novikovas-to-be.5310525.jp ^ http://fra.worldfootball.net/spieler_profil/jose-couceiro/  José Couceiro international tournaments v · d · ePortugal squad – 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship 1 Ribeiro • 2 Amoreirinha • 3 João Pereira • 4 Veloso • 5 Semedo • 6 Organista • 7 Oliveira • 8 Fernandes • 9 Almeida • 10 Moutinho • 11 Gonçalves • 12 Batista • 13 Rolando • 14 Machado • 15 Amorim • 16 Moreira • 17 Vaz Tê • 18 Nani • 19 Varela • 20 Yannick • 21 Antunes • 22 Da Costa • 23 Botelho • Coach: Couceiro  José Couceiro managerial positions v · d · eFC Lokomotiv Moscow – current squad 1 Guilherme · 5 Burlak · 7 Tarasov · 8 Glushakov · 9 Ibričić · 10 Loskov · 11 Sychev · 13 Obinna · 16 Amelchenko · 17 Marenich · 18 Ignatyev · 19 Fall · 20 Ilič · 21 Torbinski · 22 da Costa · 24 A. Ivanov · 27 Ozdoyev · 28 Ďurica · 35 Filtsov · 45 Minchenkov · 49 Shishkin · 51 Nakhushev · 55 Yanbayev · 77 S. Ivanov · 90 Maicon · 99 Gatagov · Manager: Couceiro v · d · eC.F. Os Belenenses – Managers Costa (1919–22) · Pereira (1922–37) · C. de Oliveira (1937–38) · Silva (1938–39) · Hertzka (1939–40) · Scopelli (1939–41) · Faroleiro (1941–43) · Peics (1943–44) · Silva (1944–47) · Scopelli (1947–48) · Quaresma (1948–49) · Martini (1949–50) · Peics (1950–51) · Silva (1951–52) · Vaz (1951–53) · Buchelli (1953–54) · Riera (1954–57) · Herrera (1957–58) · Di Pace (1958–59) · Vaz (1958–59) · Glória (1959–61) · Soares (1961–62) · Vega (1961) · do Carmo (1961–62) · Pisa (1961–62) · Vaz (1962–64) · Zubieta (1964) · do Carmo (1964) · Fuchs (1964–65) · Amaro (1964–65) · Vieira (1965–66) · Perez (1966–67) · M. de Oliveira (1967–68) · Silva (1968) · Zubieta (1968–69) · Wilson (1969–70) · Meirim (1970–71) · Serpa (1971) · Félix Mourinho (1971) · Zézé Moreira (1971–72) · Scopelli (1972–74) · Bandeira (1974–76) · Correia (1976–77) · Medeiros (1977–79) · Pereira Juca (1979–80) · Hagan (1980–81) · Bandeira (1981) · Jorge (1981) · Vingada (1981–82) · Gomes (1981–82) · Dias (1981–82) · Castro (1981–82) · Amado (1981–82) · Vicente (1981–82) · Mendes (1982–84) · Melia (1983–86) · Depireux (1986–87) · Marinho Peres (1987–88) · Mortimore (1988–89) · H. Mladenov (1989) · Moisés de Andrade (1989–90) · Antônio Lopes (1990) · Moisés de Andrade (1990) · Depireux (1990–91) · Moisés de Andrade (1991) · Abel Braga (1991–94) · José António (1993–94) · Romão (1993–94) · Alves (1994–96) · Quinito (1996–97) · Vítor Manuel (1996–97) · S. Mladenov (1997) · Cajuda (1997–98) · Vítor Oliveira (1998–00) · Marinho Peres (2000–02) · Néné (2002) · Manuel José (2002–03) · Casaca (2003) · Bogićević (2003–04) · Inácio (2004) · Carvalhal (2004–05) · Couceiro (2005–06) · Jesus (2006–08) · Casemiro Mior (2008) · Pacheco (2008–09) · Rui Jorge (2009) · Carlos Pereira (2009) · Toni (2009–) v · d · eF.C. Porto – Managers Gadda () · Cassagne () · Tezler (1923–27) · Cal () · Szabó (1928–35) · Magyar (1935–36) · Gutkas (1936–37) · Siska (1937–42) · Hertzka (1942–45) · Szabó (1945–47) · Nunes (1947–48) · Vaschetto (1947–48) · Scopelli (1948–49) · Silva (1949–50) · Pinga (1949–50) · Reboredo (1949–50) · Vogel (1950–51) · Gencsi (1950–51) · Vaschetto (1951–52) · Pasarín (1951–52) · Taioli (1952–53) · Vaz (1952–53) · de Oliveira (1952–53) · Vaz (1954–55) · Yustrich (1955–56) · Costa (1956–57) · Bumbel (1957–58) · Guttmann (1958–59) · Daučík (1959–60) · Orth (1960–62) · Kálmár (1962–63) · Glória (1963–65) · Costa (1965–66) · Pedroto (1966–69) · Schwartz (1969–70) · Docherty (1970–71) · Amaral (1971–72) · Riera (1972–73) · Guttmann (1973–74) · Moreira (1974–75) · Stanković (1975–76) · Pedroto (1976–80) · Stessl (1980–82) · Pedroto (1982–84) · Jorge (1984–87) · Ivić (1987–88) · Jorge (1988–91) · Silva (1991–93) · Ivić (1993–94) · Robson (1994–96) · Oliveira (1996–98) · Santos (1998–01) · Machado (2001–02) · Mourinho (2002–2004) · Delneri (2004) · Fernández (2004–05) · Couceiro (2005) · Adriaanse (2005–06) · Ferreira (2006–10) · Villas-Boas (2010–11) · Pereira (2011–) v · d · ePortugal national under-21 football team – Managers Jesualdo Ferreira (1996–2000) · Romão (2002–03) · Agostinho Oliveira (2003–06) · Couceiro (2006) · Caçador (2006–09) · Oceano (2009–10) · Rui Jorge (2010–) v · d · eGaziantepspor – Managers Özberk (1991–92) · Vural (1993–94) · Özberk (1994–97) · Kalpar (1998–99) · Özberk (1999–00) · Arıca (2000) · Özberk (2000–01) · Aybaba (2001–02) · Mulţescu (2002–03) · Sağlam (2003–05) · Hadžibegić (2005) · Kalpar (2003–05) · Zenga (2006) · Aybaba (2006–07) · Arıca (2007) · Bakkal (2007–08) · Sağlam (2008–09) · Couceiro (2009–10) · Kafkas (2010–) v · d · eSporting Clube de Portugal – Managers Stromp (1916–17) · Bell (1919–22) · Sabbo (1922–24) · Lelovtic (1925–26) · Sabbo (1926–27) · Dos Santos (1927–28) · Bell (1928–30) · Dos Santos (1930–31) · John (1931–33) · Jeny (1933–34) · Dos Santos (1934–35) · Possak (1935–37) · Szabó (1937–45) · J.Ferreira (1945) · Oliveira (1945–46) · Kelly (1946–47) · Oliveira (1947–49) · Peics (1949–50) · Galloway (1950–53) · A.Cardoso (1953) · Tavares da Silva (1953–55) · Scopelli (1955–56) · Picabêa (1956–57) · E. Fernandez (1957–59) · Vaz (1959–60) · Gonzalez (1960–61) · Glória (1961) · Juca (1961–63) · Cardoso (1963–64) · Fernandes (1964) · Luciano (1964) · Juca (1964–65) · A. Ferreira (1965) · Glória (1965–66) · Argila (1966–67) · A. Ferreira (1967) · Caiado (1967–69) · Lino (1969) · A. Ferreira (1969) · Vaz (1969–72) · Allen (1972) · Lino (1972–74) · Di Stéfano (1974) · Silva (1974–75) · Riera (1975) · Juca (1975–76) · Hagan (1976–77) · Emílio (1977–78) · Dias (1978) · Pavić (1978–79) · Dias (1979) · Mendes (1979–80) · Radisic (1980–81) · Allison (1981–82) · Oliveira (1982–83) · Vengloš (1983–84) · Toshack (1984–85) · Gomes (1985) · Manuel José (1985–87) · Burkinshaw (1987–88) · Morais (1988) · Rocha (1988–89) · Manuel José (1989) · Águas (1989–90) · Peres (1990–92) · Dominguez (1992) · Robson (1992–94) · Queirós (1994–96) · Machado (1996) · Waseige (1996) · Machado (1996–97) · Cantatore (1997) · Carlos Manuel (1998) · Jozić (1998–99) · Materazzi (1999) · Inácio (1999–2001) · Fernandes (2001) · Bölöni (2001–03) · Santos (2003–04) · Peseiro (2004–05) · Paulo Bento (2005–09) · Carvalhal (2009–10) · Paulo Sérgio (2010–11) · Couceiro (2011) · Domingos (2011–) v · d · eLithuania national football team – Managers Zelkevičius (1990–91) · Liubinskas (1992–94) · Zelkevičius (1995–97) · Latoža (1998–99) · Tautkus (caretaker) (1999) · Stankus (1999–00) · Kvedaras (caretaker) (2000) · Zelkevičius (2000–03) · Liubinskas (2003–08) · Couceiro (2008–09) · Žutautas (2010–) v · d · eFC Lokomotiv Moscow – Managers Stolyarov (1936) · Limbeck (1937) · Sushkov (1938–1945) · Blinkov (1946) · Maksimov (1947–1948) · Apukhtin (1948) · Maksimov (1948–49) · Kachalin (1949–1952) · Arkadyev (1952–1957) · Yeliseyev (1958–1959) · Morozov (1959–1962) · Kostylev (1962) · Arkadyev (1963–1965) · Rogov (1965) · Beskov (1966) · Bubukin (1966–1968) · Maryenko (1969–1970) · Rogov (1971–1972) · Volchok (1972) · Yakushin (1973) · Volchok (1973–1978) · Maryenko (1978–1980) · Sevidov (1981–1982) · Radionov (1983) · Volchok (1983–1985) · Syomin (1985–1990) · Filatov (1991) · Syomin (1992–2005) · Eshtrekov (2005) · Muslin (2006) · Dolmatov (2006) · Byshovets (2007) · Bilyaletdinov (2007c) · Rakhimov (2008–2009) · Maminov (2009c) · Syomin (2009–2010) · Krasnozhan (2011) · Maminov (2011c) · Couceiro (2011–) (c) caretaker v · d · eManagers of the Russian Premier League Sergei Balakhnin (Rostov) · Isa Baytiyev (Terek) · Kurban Berdyev (Rubin) · Dmitri Cheryshev (Volga) · José Couceiro (Lokomotiv Moscow) · Gadzhi Gadzhiev (Anzhi) · Valery Karpin (Spartak Moscow) · Andrey Kobelev (Krylia Sovetov) · Slavoljub Muslin (Krasnodar) · Valeri Nepomniachi (Tom) · Dan Petrescu (Kuban) · Rashid Rakhimov (Amkar) · Sergei Silkin (Dynamo) · Leonid Slutskiy (CSKA) · Luciano Spalletti (Zenit) · Sergei Tashuev (Spartak Nalchik) Persondata Name Couceiro, Jose Alternative names Short description Date of birth 4 October 1962 Place of birth Lisbon, Portugal Date of death Place of death