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Paulo  Bento (brought into the world 20 June 1969; Portuguese elocution: pawlu ˈbẽtu]) is a Portuguese resigned footballer, and is the chief of the South Korea national group. 

A cautious midfielder with handling capacity and workrate as his principle assets, he played for two of the significant three groups in his nation, accumulating top division sums of 284 games and 16 objectives throughout 11 seasons, and furthermore went through four years in Spain.

 paulo bento spoke to the Portuguese national group in one World Cup and one European Championship. 

Bento took up an instructing vocation in 2005, overseeing Sporting for a long time and four months, with relative achievement, and furthermore being responsible for the national group in two noteworthy competitions. 

Paulo Bento Instructing vocation 


After a passionate 2004 retirement, matured 35,  Paulo Bento landed the position of Sporting's childhood group mentor. He won the lesser title in 2005, and built up a base to what's to come. After the sacking of José Peseiro halfway through 2005–06 season, he was elevated to first-group obligations disregarding being generally inexperienced.

In spite of a moderate begin, Bento dealt with an amazing turnaround of Sporting's fortunes in the second 50% of the crusade, as a progression of ten sequential successes set them inside separation of pioneers and inevitable class champions FC Porto, as the previous proceeded to rank second in that and the accompanying seasons, accomplishing direct capability to the UEFA Champions League. 

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He was in charge of bringing youth items Nani, João Moutinho and Miguel Veloso into the spotlight. 

In June 2007, Bento marked a two-year contract extension.

Sporting had a fierce pre-season in anticipation of 2007–08, with protection pillars Rodrigo Tello and Marco Caneira leaving the club while Portuguese worldwide goalkeeper Ricardo was offered to Real Betis. With little assets to contribute, the club brought Eastern guarantees – Marat Izmailov, Vladimir Stojković and Simon Vukčević – on board. 

After an exceptionally sporadic season, Bento figured out how to lead Sporting to an uncommon third continuous capability for the Champions League, with one more runner up completion disregarding going through the greater part of the year underneath third spot, pipping Guimarães and Benfica in the last matchday. 

He likewise held the Taça de Portugal, beating Porto in the last (2–0 after additional time) in the wake of thumping out endless opponents Benfica in the last-four phase with a 5–3 triumph. 

 Paulo Bento's group destitute various long-standing club records, including the main season without home annihilations since 1987, the primary catch of consecutive Portuguese cups since 1974 and the first run through since 1962 that Sporting completed three successive battles in the best two association positions.

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 At 38 years old, he additionally turned out to be just the fifth administrator throughout the entire existence of Portuguese football to win consecutive Portuguese cups, close by any semblance of Janos Biri, John Mortimore or José Maria Pedroto. 

On 15 July 2008, The Sun and The Daily Telegraph detailed that Manchester United were wanting to enlist Bento (allegedly Cristiano Ronaldo's companion and previous colleague) as director Alex Ferguson's new right hand after the flight of past number two Carlos Queiroz to deal with the Portuguese national team. 

He immediately denied any theory, and reaffirmed his goal to remain at Sporting.

On 16 August 2008, Bento oversaw Sporting to a 2–0 triumph in the Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira over victors Porto, at the opening of the new season.

 One of the players that were kept in the group in spite of overwhelming analysis, Rui Patrício, was a key component and spared a punishment from Lucho González during the second half;

this success brought the chief's count up in cup finals against partner Jesualdo Ferreira to 3–0 (2007 and 2008 Supercups, and the 2008 Portuguese Cup), and it additionally denoted the first historically speaking catch of consecutive Portuguese Supercups in the Lions' history, in this manner adding to the rundown of records broken during his residency. 

As of now the second-best mentor throughout the entire existence of the club as far as trophies won, just outperformed by Josef Szabo, Bento picked up the epithet "Dad Taças" (generally deciphered as "cup-eater") as a result of the four bits of flatware added to Sporting's bureau under his command.

Bento as Sporting supervisor in 2009 

On 4 November 2008, Bento drove Sporting to a 1–0 home win over FC Shakhtar Donetsk, in this way numerically verifying programmed capability for the knockout phases of the Champions League without precedent for their history.

 All the while, his group additionally broke the club's record number of focuses in UEFA's primary challenge (nine) and strikingly did as such with two matches to extra, turning into the main group to qualify from the gathering stage (close by FC Barcelona, from the equivalent group). 

Afterward, Bento likewise lead Sporting to break the record for most objectives endured by a group in a Champions League knockout round, after a 1–12 total removing because of FC Bayern Munich at the round-of-16. 

In the class, one more second spot to Porto came to pass for, with the season additionally including the questionable Taça da Liga last misfortune against Benfica, on penalties.

That Champions League removing denoted the start of fan discontent towards Bento, particularly in regards to the group's playing style (which was seen as getting to be dull and unattractive) as presidential decisions were to be held. Bolstered by the triumphant applicant José Eduardo Bettencourt, he marked a two-year contract expansion; regardless of keeping up a similar base squad and including the ability of Felipe Caicedo or Matías Fernández, Sporting was not able to begin the new crusade brilliantly: thumped out in the Champions League playoff round by ACF Fiorentina on away goals, the side's structure drooped rapidly and after nine matches they wound up buried in seventh spot, 12 points behind pioneers S.C. Braga. 

After a 1–1 home attract the Europa League gathering stage against FK Ventspils on 5 November 2009, and confronting extensive strain to venture down,  Paulo Bento resigned.

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