Artur Jorge no longer exists

Artur Jorge no longer exists


On Thursday, February 22, the football world mourned Artur Jorge, who died at the age of 78 after a long illness. The former Portuguese striker and 16-cap international left an indelible mark as a coach, especially in France.

Artur Jorge made his name on the Matra coaching bench between 1987 and 1989, before managing Paris Saint-Germain twice, between 1991 and 1994, and then briefly in 1998-99.

Under his leadership, Paris Saint-Germain won the French Cup in 1993 and the French Championship in 1994, successes that marked the history of the Parisian club.

Artur Jorge was a former famous player, who played for prestigious clubs such as Porto, Academica, Benfica and Belenenses, and also had an impressive coaching career. In addition to his successful spells at Paris Saint-Germain, he coached teams such as Porto, where he won the Champions League in 1987, and Benfica.

Artur Jorge, coach of the Portuguese national team between 1996 and 1997, left his mark on several generations of players and contributed greatly to the development of Portuguese football.

His passing left a huge void in the world of football, but his legacy will remain alive through the successes he achieved and the memories he left for everyone who had the honor of knowing him.

Gerald Bordes

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