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João Justino Amaral dos Santos

See Amaral for other Brazilian football players named him.

João Justino Amaral dos Santos, best known as Amaral or Amaral II (born in Campinas, São Paulo State, 25 December 1954) is a former football (soccer) player.

He played for Guarani (1971–1978), Corinthians (1978–1981), Santos (1981–1982), in Mexico with Leones Negros de la Universidad de Guadalajara (1981–1985),[1] and close his career in 1987 with Blumenau.

He won one Campeonato Paulista (1979) and one Mexican First Division (1984). He was capped 41 times by the Brazil national football team, from August 1975 to June 1980, and with them he won the Bicentennial Tournament in 1976 and participated in 7 games at the 1978 FIFA World Cup.[2]

References

  1. ^ João Justino Amaral dos Santos Liga MX stats at Medio Tiempo.com (Spanish)
  2. ^ João Justino Amaral dos Santos – FIFA competition record

External links

  • Amaral – FIFA competition record
  • Amaral at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Amaral profile at Soccerway


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