Unwrapping secrets in Roberto Oliviera-Simba SC deal

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By Morris Rawal  

After reaching an agreement with the Tanzania giants Simba SC, Oliviera will reportedly be unveiled soon.

According to reports, Oliviera signed a two-year contract with Simba with the goal of leading the side out of the CAF Champions League group stage and fending off local rival Yanga Sports Club for domestic supremacy.

Roberto’s first assignment after being revealed is the Mapinduzi Cup, a knockout competition that begins on January 3 and is held every year to remember the Zanzibar Revolution.

Roberto is anticipated to be on the bench for Simba SC’s season-opening game against Mlandege on January 3. Simba SC is the 2022 champion.

When the Brazilian coach took over as Vipers’ head coach in August 2021, the Venoms won the Uganda Premier League and advanced to the final of the Uganda Cup.

Vipers became the second team to qualify for the continental tournament under his leadership after he took them to the CAF Champions League.

He has a fantastic record, winning 43 of his 57 games. He only dropped out six times while winning nine draws.

Playing Career:1978–1982: Fluminense (Brazil)1983: Flamengo (Brazil)1984: Palmeiras (Brazil)1985–1986: Flamengo (Brazil)1987: Internacional (Brazil)1988: Sport (Brazil)1989: Atlético Mineiro (Brazil)1989–1993: Nacional (Portugal)1994–1995: Grössembacher (Brazil)National team: Brazil (1980)

Clubs Managed:1995: Grössembacher (Brazil)1995–1997: Rio Branco (Brazil)1998–1999: Brasil de Pelotas (Brazil)1999–2000: São Bento (Brazil)2000–2002: Fluminense (Brazil)2003: Clube de Regatas Brasil (Brazil)2003–2004: Centro Sportivo Alagoano (Brazil)2004: America (Brazil)2004–2005: Rio Branco (Brazil)2005–2008: Stade Tunisien (Tunisia)2008–2009: Kazma (Kuwait)2009: Al-Shamal (Qatar)2009–2010: Hammam-Sousse (Tunisia)2010–2011: Legião (Brazil)2012–2013: Stade Gabèsien (Tunisia)2013–2014: Grombalia Sports (Tunisia)2014–2016: Atlético Sport Aviação (Angola)2018–2019: Rayon Sports (Rwanda)2020 -2021: Gor Mahia Head Coach (Kenya)

2021-2022: Vipers SC (Uganda)

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