Coach Eduardo Guerra was an athlete in many sports. He used to play
Football/Soccer for Portuguesa, Palmeiras, and Santos. Guerra worked
with rehabilitation at Hospital Sarah (Salvador) and in UCLA Medical
Center (California) as Dr. Christopher Cooper's Assistant at the Exercise
Physiology Laboratory. His professional football/soccer career started
when he became a trainee of Vanderlei Luxemburgo e Carlinhos Neves (S.E.
Palmeiras). Guerra is specialized in High Performance's Sports Training
and he is an International Football Coach Licensed (The FA - England).
He worked as Football Manager for Camboriu FC (SC). As Head Coach, he
worked for Post-Ornela (Belgium), Credere (SP), Belo Horizonte FC (MG)
and Camboriu FC (SC). Guerra was the Assistant Coach at Amiral SC (Quebec).
He was also a Goalkeeper Trainer at Amiral SC (Quebec) and at Brentwood
High School (California). As a Physical Trainer, he worked for AABB
(Futsal), Atletico de Ibirama (SC), Marcílio Dias (SC), and Mazda
(Hiroshima). As a Football Tactical Analizer he worked for Luis Felipe
Scolari (S.E. Palmeiras), Paulo César Carpegiani (São
Paulo F.C.), and Renê Simões (Santa Cruz). Also he worked
as a trainer of many Individuals and Team Sports.