Coach Eduardo Guerra was an athlete in many sports. He used to play
Football/Soccer for Associação Portuguesa de Desportos
(SP - Brazil), SE Palmeiras (SP - Brazil), and Santos FC (SP - Brazil).
Guerra worked with rehabilitation at Hospital Sarah (BA - Brazil) and
at UCLA Medical Center (California - USA) as Dr. Christopher Cooper's
Assistant in the Exercise Physiology Laboratory. His professional football/soccer
career started when he became a trainee of Vanderlei Luxemburgo e Carlinhos
Neves (SE 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 - Brazil).
As Head Coach, he worked for Post-Ornela (Belgium), Credere (SP - Brazil),
Belo Horizonte FC (MG - Brazil) and Camboriu FC (SC - Brazil). Guerra
was the Assistant Coach at Amiral SC (Quebec - Canada). He was also
a Goalkeeper Trainer at Amiral SC (Quebec) and at Brentwood High School
(California - USA). As a Physical Trainer, he worked for AABB Futsal
(SP - Brazil), CA Hermann Aichinger (SC - Brazil), CN Marcílio
Dias (SC - Brazil), Mazda (Hiroshima - Japan), and got himself up to
date at Santos FC . As a Football Tactical Analizer he worked for Luis
Felipe Scolari (SE Palmeiras), Paulo César Carpegiani (São
Paulo FC), and Renê Simões (Santa Cruz FC). Also he worked
as a trainer of many Individuals and Team Sports.