Amarildo Souza do Amaral

Amarildo
Personal information
Full nameAmarildo Souza do Amaral
Date of birth (1964-10-02) 2 October 1964 (age 52)
Place of birth Curitiba, Brazil
Height1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1982-1983Toledo Work?(12)
1984Botafogo8(1)
1984Operסrio-MS?(3)
1985Botafogo4(0)
1985Inter Limeira?(3)
1986XV Piracicaba?(4)
1986-1988Internacional26(8)
1988-1989Celta34(16)
1989-1990Lazio29(8)
1990-1992Cesena65(13)
1992Famalic×£o2(0)
1992-1993Logro×±es22(1)
1993-1998Famalic×£o68(7)
1995→ Uniףo Sףo Joףo (loan)?(5)
1995→ Sףo Paulo (loan)11(1)
1996→ Bahia (loan)0(0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Biography

Amarildo Souza perform Amaral (blessed 2 Oct 1964), known merely as Amarildo, is a Brazilian retired footballer who performed being a striker.

Football career

Delivered in Curitiba, Amarildo appeared in his country's Série A for four different groups: Operário Futebol Clube, Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas, Sport Membership Internacional and São Paulo FC, the initial 3 early into his profession. Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas and Sport Membership Internacional. He began playing soccer with Paraná-structured Toledo Colônia Function, in 1982.In the 1988–89 season Amarildo moved abroad, playing in Spain for Celta de Vigo and scoring 16 goals – fourth-best in La Liga, including a brace within a 2–0 home win against Real Madrid – as the Galicians completed in tenth position. He spent the next 3 years in Italy, showing up for S.S. Lazio and A.C. Cesena and struggling Serie A relegation in his second season with the last mentioned side.After another spell in Spain's top flight with CD Logroñés (only 1 goal), Amarildo generally symbolized F.C. Famalicão in Portugal. His greatest campaign using the membership emerged in 1993–94 when he netted six moments in 19 video games within an eventual Primeira Liga relegation; he also symbolized the group in the next and third amounts, interspersed with stints back his homeland with São Paulo, União São João Esporte Clube and Esporte Clube Bahia, playing one match in the local cup using the last mentioned in 1996.

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