Joined as Head Coach of Kingfisher East Bengal in November 2013. Armando Colaco, who had played for Dempo SC, is a qualified coach who has guided Dempo SC to win two NFL tiltle and three I League titles. The AFC 'A' Licence coach and AFC Instructor Armando is one of the most successful coaches in Indian footballDate of Birth: 22nd June, 1953 Nationality: Indian Playing Career :
|1985-1988||Salcete Football Club, Goa. The Club won Stafford Cup during his regime.|
|1988-1989||Sesa Goa. During his regime the club won Vittal Trophy.|
|1989-1990||Dempo SC, Goa. During his stint as coach won Pomes Cup and Scissors Cup.
After his one year stint with Dempo, Armando successfully coached the Goa state U-21 Santosh Trophy team partnering Peter Vales and also Goa U-23 team at the B C Roy trophy in the early 90s.
|1994-2000||Churchill Brothers, Goa. He joined as Coach first and in 1995 became the Technical Director when Danny Mclaren was roped in as a coach during the period. Switching his base from Dempo to Churchill in the 90s, Armando had announced his arrival as a seasoned coach and tactician with three Goa League titles and an NFL runner-up trophy with Churchill Bros and also a foray into AFC Cup.n|
|2000-2013||Dempo SC, Goa During his regime, Dempo SC had won two NFL titles and three I League titles. He also won Federation Cup and Durand Cup with the club and had also guided Dempo to reach AFC Cup semifinal in 2008.|
|2011||Indian National Team|
He is the Assistant General Secretary of East Bengal Club and became the official team doctor in 1998. He is a specialist Orthopedic Surgeon and a Sports Medicine Specialist. When sports medicine entered India in the late 70s he was involved as a Senior Research Fellow in Bio-Engineering and Sports Medicine at the University of Medicine, Calcutta. He is a recipient of the Scoit International Award in the year 1984 for his work in Bio-Engineering and Sports Medicine.
He is certified physiotherapist from Central Calcutta Medical Training Centre. Joined Kingfisher East Bengal in the year 2000-01 and functions figuratively as the right arm to Dr S R Dasgupta in keeping the boys fit and running.
A qualified civil engineer, has dedicated his life to the club. Has been with the East Bengal
Club administration since 1966 as a player of junior football team upto 1970. In 1971 He was made 'In Charge' of the EB Junior Football
Team by the then Secretary Dr Nripen Das. He came very close to Late Dipak (Paltu) Das, who was the main architect of the present East
In 1984 he became the Cricket Secretary. He finally came to be the KEB Football Team Manager when the KEB board recommended his name in 1998 and it was duly approved by the Chairman Dr V Mallya. Mr. Ball is the person in charge of managing all the requirements of the squad management, the players and coordinating between the President, Secretary and the rest of the staff with regard to the KEB Football Team.
Has been with the East Bengal Club administration for a long time. In 2012 he was appointed as Team Manager for AFC Cup. He also officiated as Team Manager in AFC Cup 2013. He is in charge of managing all the requirements of the squad management, the players and coordinating between the Club and AFC with regard to East Bengal Club football team in the AFC Cup. He also acts as Team Manager in some I League matches of the Club.
A qualified Chartered Accountant and a walking encyclopedia of Indian club and national football records
is a well known football statistician. He had also worked as the official statistician at The I.F.A. (W.B.). He had also worked as the
Statistician with Zee Sports ( I League - 2008-09, 2009-10, Federation Cup - 2008,2009, Nehru Cup -2009, Santosh Trophy - 2009, 2010 );
with ESPN/Star Sports ( I.F.A Shield - 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 ); with NDTV in Euro-2008. He is also a regular contributor to
The Times of India and Mathrubhumi (Kerala).
He looks after the media relations and disseminate press releases, information about the Kingfisher East Bengal Football team. Joined as Team Media Officer of Kingfisher East Bengal in the beginning of 2011-12 season.
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