Difference between revisions of "Club Adolfo Rodríguez/Hugo Alves"

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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
Alves started his career in the original squad of [[Sport Lisboa e Amieira]] playing as a [[wingback]].
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Alves started his career in the original squad of [[Sport Lisboa e Amieira]] playing as a [[wingback]], and he was irreplaceable until he was transferred to [[Johannes Åpen Bar]] at the age of 34.
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He started playing only [[friendlies]] then. Two seasons after, Alves tried to play in [[Israel|Israelian]] club [[bigori]] but he was shortly afterwards sold to [[Club Adolfo Rodríguez]] in a "[[day trading]]" transfer. In Club Adolfo Rodríguez, after one year without playing, Alves became the new coach for seven seasons, until he was replaced by [[Club Adolfo Rodríguez/Jorge Badajoz|Jorge Badajoz]].
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== Honours ==
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* Series Champions of the [[V.204 (Portugal)]] for Season 18 (30)
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* Series Champions of the [[VI.877 (Norge)]] for Season 21 (32)
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* Series Champions of the [[VIII.1072 (España)]] for Season 25 (37)
  
 
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Revision as of 16:57, 26 October 2010

Hugo Alves (35073553)
Hugo Alves (35073553).png
Personal Information
Full name Hugo Alves
Nickname Alves
Country  Portugal
PositionCoach
Senior Career
Seasons (Global)TeamAppearances(Goals)
17 (29) - 19 (31)Portugal Sport Lisboa e Amieira83(14)
20 (31) - 22 (33)Norway Johannes Åpen Bar1(0)
17 (33)Israel Bigori0(0)
21 (33) - 22 (34)Catalunya Club Adolfo Rodríguez0(0)
Total84(14)
Teams Managed
23 (35) - 30 (42)Catalunya Club Adolfo Rodríguez

Appearances and goals counted for competitive matches only.

Hugo Alves is a portuguese coach in Hattrick.

Biography

Alves started his career in the original squad of Sport Lisboa e Amieira playing as a wingback, and he was irreplaceable until he was transferred to Johannes Åpen Bar at the age of 34.

He started playing only friendlies then. Two seasons after, Alves tried to play in Israelian club bigori but he was shortly afterwards sold to Club Adolfo Rodríguez in a "day trading" transfer. In Club Adolfo Rodríguez, after one year without playing, Alves became the new coach for seven seasons, until he was replaced by Jorge Badajoz.

Honours

Division V.PNG Division VI.PNG Division VIII.PNG
Players of Club Adolfo Rodríguez
Coaches Hugo Alves · Jorge Badajoz
Original Squad Roger Arànega · Pedro Balbuena · Miguel de Jongh · Trifón Reza · Alfonso Santolaria
Promoted from Youth Team Adolfo Rodríguez
Transfers André Assunção · Lennart Christiansson · Carlos Hernán Cuartas · Lorenzo Iorio · Santiago Mejía