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Ondino Leonel Viera Palasérez (10 September 1901 – 27 June 1997), in Brazil also known as Ondino Vieira, was an Uruguayan football manager. He was the first coach that used a 4-2-4 in Brazil. In his long-lasting career he won between the 1930s and 1960s important titles with clubs in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. With the national team of Paraguay he reached second spot at the Copa América of 1963 and at the World Cup of 1966 in England he led Uruguay into the quarterfinals. He was famously quoted as saying "Other countries have their history. Uruguay has its football".

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  • أوندينو فييرا
  • Ondino Viera
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  • Вьера, Ондино
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  • أوندينو فييرا مواليد 10 سبتمبر 1901 في إدارة سيرو لارغو، الأوروغواي - الوفاة 27 يونيو 1997 في مونتفيدو، كان مدرب كرة قدم أوروغوياني، درب منتخب الأوروغواي في بطولة كأس العالم 1966.
  • Ondino Viera – in Brasilien auch Ondino Vieira – (* 10. September 1901 in Cerro Largo, Uruguay; † 27. Juni 1997 in Montevideo) war ein uruguayischer Fußballtrainer. In seiner langjährigen Karriere gewann er zwischen den 1930er und 1960er Jahren bedeutende Titel mit Vereinsmannschaften in Argentinien, Brasilien, Uruguay und Paraguay. Mit der Nationalmannschaft von Paraguay erreichte er bei der Copa América 1963 den zweiten Platz und bei der Fußballweltmeisterschaft 1966 in England führte er die Nationalmannschaft Uruguays ins Viertelfinale.
  • Ondino Leonel Viera Palaserez (Cerro Largo, Uruguay, 10 de septiembre de 1901 - Montevideo, Uruguay, 27 de junio de 1997), fue un entrenador de fútbol uruguayo.
  • Ondino Leonel Viera Palaserez, né le 10 septembre 1901 à Cerro Largo et mort le 27 juin 1997 à Montevideo en Uruguay, est un entraîneur uruguayen de football. Son fils, Milton, était également footballeur.
  • Ondino Viera (Montevideo, 10 settembre 1901 – Montevideo, 28 giugno 1997) è stato un allenatore di calcio e calciatore uruguaiano. La sua carriera in panchina abbracciò più di quarant'anni e lo portò ad allenare in cinque paesi dell'America (Argentina, Brasile, Paraguay, Stati Uniti d'America e Uruguay).
  • Ondino Viera (Cerro Largo, 10 september 1901 – Montevideo, 27 juni 1997) was een Uruguayaans voetbalcoach. In zijn lange carrière won hij verscheidene titels met Zuid-Amerikaanse clubs.
  • Ondino Leonel Viera Palaserez, mais conhecido como Ondino Viera (Cerro Largo, 10 de setembro de 1901 - Montevidéu, 27 de junho de 1997), foi um treinador de futebol uruguaio.
  • Онди́но Вье́ра (исп. Ondino Leonel Viera Palaserez; 10 сентября 1901, Серро-Ларго — 27 июня 1997, Монтевидео) — уругвайский футбольный тренер. Известен по работе с уругвайскими, бразильскими, аргентинскими и парагвайскими клубами. Выигрывал чемпионаты Уругвая, Аргентины, Парагвая, Лигу Кариоку и Лигу Минейро. Возглавлял сборную Уругвая на чемпионате мира 1966 года.
  • Ondino Leonel Viera Palasérez (10 September 1901 – 27 June 1997), in Brazil also known as Ondino Vieira, was an Uruguayan football manager. He was the first coach that used a 4-2-4 in Brazil. In his long-lasting career he won between the 1930s and 1960s important titles with clubs in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. With the national team of Paraguay he reached second spot at the Copa América of 1963 and at the World Cup of 1966 in England he led Uruguay into the quarterfinals. He was famously quoted as saying "Other countries have their history. Uruguay has its football".
  • Ondino Viera (10 września 1901 w Montevideo - zm. 27 czerwca 1997 tamże) - piłkarz, a od 1932 trener urugwajski. Ojciec Miltona Viery. Jako trener Viera pracował w Argentynie (w River Plate), Brazylii (w Fluminense FC i CR Vasco da Gama) , Paragwaju (w Guaraní) i Urugwaju (w Nacional - 1933 i 1955-1957)). Będąc selekcjonerem reprezentacji Urugwaju wziął udział w finałach mistrzostw świata w 1966 roku, gdzie doprowadził Urugwaj do ćwierćfinału.
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