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 Flávio MINUANO 1975-1976 
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Name: Flávio Almeida da Fonseca

Nickname: Flávio/Flávio Minuano/Flávio Bicudo

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Country: :BRA: Brazil
Club: Corinthians(1965-1969) Fluminense(1969-1971) FC Porto(1972-1975) SC Internacional(1961-1964/1975-1976)
Position: *CF,SS
Side: RF/BS
Age: 31-32 years (09/07/1944)
Era: 1975-1976

Height: 179 cm
Weight: 73 kg

Attack: 89
Defence: 36
Balance: 78
Stamina: 80
Top Speed: 86
Acceleration: 88
Response: 84
Agility: 86
Dribble Accuracy: 86
Dribble Speed: 85
Short Pass Accuracy: 74
Short Pass Speed: 72
Long Pass Accuracy: 74
Long Pass Speed: 71
Shot Accuracy: 87
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 88
Free Kick Accuracy: 70
Curling: 77
Header: 85
Jump: 83
Technique: 87
Aggression: 91
Mentality: 75
Goalkeeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 77

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 5
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot Frequency: 6
Consistency: 7
Growth type: Standard

CARDS:
S01 - Touch Play
S03 - 1-on-1 Finish
P04 - Darting Run
P05 - Mazing Run
P12 - Goal Poacher

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Touch Pass - Scoring - 1-1 Scoring - Tactical Dribbling

Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


INFO: When he was a boy, Flávio was a musician (he played saxophone) and gave newspapers, professions that he later changed to as a soccer player. He started at Real Madrid, a team from the city of Porto Alegre, where he moved to the International Sport Club in 1959. Soon after his test to try to join Inter's children's teams, he scored 3 goals in 35 minutes. He joined the Internacional's main team in 1961, being a champion gáucho that year and earning the nickname of Flávio Bicudo, with which he was summoned to the Brazilian National Team in 1963.

In 1964 he transferred to Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, where he played until 1969 without winning any Paulista title, but being the state's top scorer of 1967 with 21 goals (beating Pelé) and being the author of one of the goals that broke the taboo of 11 years that the Corinthians went without winning the Santos Futebol Clube in Paulista Championships. Flávio Minuano was nicknamed Flávio Minuano in an allusion to the wind, characteristic of Rio Grande do Sul. Even though he did not win titles in the São Jorge Park club, Flavio Minuano is the eighth-highest scorer in history Corintiana, 228 games and 172 goals.

From São Paulo, Flávio transferred to Fluminense Football Club in 1969, being a Rio champion in the first year, and his debut against Madureira Esporte Clube, when Fluminense won by 6 to 1 in Maracanã on March 15 of 1969, before 32,430 paying fans, when he scored three goals.

It was a season of classics with Maracanã full and more than 171,000 paying in the final of this championship a Fla-Flu in which Fluminense won by 3 to 2, with Flavio being the great name of the conquest. For Fluminense, Flávio was also champion of the Brazilian Championship in 1970, the Carioca Championship of 1971 and the Guanabaras Cups of 1969 and 1971 (at that time, independent competitions of the Carioca Championship), scoring 93 goals in 114 matches played in this period, with 62 victories , 31 draws and 21 losses.

In the Brazilian Championship of 1970 he could not play the last four matches, losing to the national artillery in the last round, by difference of a goal, for Tostão (12 against 11).
After his move to Fluminense, Flávio moved to Futebol Clube do Porto, in Portugal, where he maintained his reputation as a killer, having played 90 matches, scoring 54 goals.

He returned to Brazil and to Internacional in 1975, reenacting in a Grenal (July 13) in which he scored a goal in the 4 minutes, helping to build Inter's victory by 2 to 1. Four weeks later, in the Championship decision Gaucho, in new Grenal, Flávio scored in the overtime the only goal of the match, giving Inter the title of seven times champion. In the following months, he was top scorer of the Brazilian Championship of 1975, helping to build the first national title of a gaucho club.

In 1977, he later transferred to Esporte Clube Pelotas, for which he was top scorer of the Campeonato Gaúcho. Still played later in other clubs until 1981, without the same success of before.

Flávio claims to have scored 1,080 goals throughout his career. On the thousandth goal, he says: "It was when I played for Pelotas, in the interior of Rio Grande do Sul, in a match against Caxias in Alfredo Jaconi. I think it was a tie of 3 to 3. The people there celebrated, had a oba-oba, but it was a superficial thing. Brazil did not know. "

According to the special edition of Placar magazine "The Great Artillers" (2005), Flavio made 448 goals in official games, appearing like in her the 17th greater gunner of the Brazilian soccer.

https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flávio_Almeida_da_Fonseca


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