José Sérgio Presti, known as Zé Sérgio ( born March 8, 1957 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian football coach and former football player, who played in the position of striker.
Zé Sérgio played for FC São Paulo (1977-1984), Santos (1984-1986), CR Vasco da Gama (1986-1987) and made his career in the J. League Division 2 at Hitachi SC (1989-1992) finish. He won the Brazilian championship in 1977, twice the state championship of São Paulo (1980 and 1981 ) and once the state championship in Rio de Janeiro (1987).
Between May 1978 and May 1981, he played twenty-five times for Brazil and scored five goals. He was in the squad for the World Cup in 1978 and for the Mundialito 1980/81, where Brazil was second.
After his career he trained in Japan from 1994 to 1995 the club Kashiwa Reysol. Since 2005, he coached youth teams of his former club Sao Paulo.
- 2nd place in the Mundialito
- Campeonato Brasileiro de Futebol ( 1): 1977
- State Championship of São Paulo (2): 1980, 1981
- State Championship in Rio de Janeiro ( 1): 1987
- Japan Soccer League Division 2 ( 1): 1991