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Manuel Soeiro

Manuel Soeiro
Personal information
Date of birth17 March 1909
Place of birthBarreiro, Portugal
Date of deathFebruary 1977
Youth career
Luso Barreiro
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1928-1933Luso Barreiro
1933-1945Sporting CP219(208)
National team
1932-1941Portugal12(5)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Manuel Esteves Soeiro Vasques (17 March 1909 – February 1977) known as Manuel Soeiro, was a Portuguese footballer who played forward for Luso FC and Sporting CP. He was the Portuguese league top scorer in the seasons 1934/35 and 1936/37.

International career

Manuel Soeiro played 12 games and scored 5 goals for the Portuguese national team. He made his debut againstYugoslavia, 3 May 1932, and scored 1 goal in a 3-2 victory in Lisboa.

References

  • Profile Zerozero
  • http://eu-football-info.1gb.ua/_player.php?id=19649

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