Vaz Pinto departed the club having overseen 29 matches for the club, the fewest by a full-time coach since Anaba Awono in 2012 (this excludes Brazilian Oliviera Goncalves who did not take charge of any match due to lack of papers).
We take a look at how he ranks among our recent coaches in terms of numbers.
Number of Matches
His 29 matches as boss fall way below the 76 matches that Dylan Kerr oversaw for the club in all competitions. He was however only two matches shy off Steven Pollack who was in charge of 31 matches.
Between them, are Frank Nuttal (65), Bobby Williamson (53), Hassan Oktay (52), Zvardko Logarusic (48) and Ze Maria (45)
Vaz Pinto won 16 of his 29 matches (55%) in all competitions, with only Bobby Williamson (51%) performing worse. Steven Pollack’s 65% remains the highest win percentage ahead of Dylan Kerr and Frank Nuttal (63%), Ze Maria (62%), Hassan Oktay (60%) and Logarusic (50%).
On the league front, Vaz Pinto’s 12 wins from 21 matches (57%) is the lowest among the eight fulltime coaches we have had since 2012. Pollack still leads in the best win percentage in the league (74%) ahead of Dylan Kerr (70%), Nuttal (67%), Logarusic (64%) and Hassan Oktay (62%)
Vaz Pinto lost 24% of his games in all competitions, the worst of our last eight full-time coaches. Logarusic was the most difficult coach to beat, losing only 13% of his matches, just marginally ahead of Ze Maria (13%), Frank Nuttal (14%), Kerr (15%) and Pollack (19%).
On the league front, Vaz Pinto lost 29% of his games, way ahead of Bobby Williamson who lost 14% of his league games and Pollack (13%). It was Ze Maria who was most difficult to beat, losing only 11% of his matches.