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César Sampaio

César Sampaio
Personal information
Full name Carlos César Sampaio Campos
Date of birth (1968-03-31) 31 March 1968
Place of birth São Paulo, Brazil
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Playing position Defensive Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Palmeiras (Football Director)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1991 Santos 82 (2)
1991–1994 Palmeiras 60 (5)
1995–1998 Yokohama Flügels 116 (13)
1999–2000 Palmeiras 22 (2)
2000–2001 Deportivo La Coruña 10 (0)
2001 Corinthians 9 (0)
2002 Kashiwa Reysol 26 (3)
2003–2004 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 55 (5)
2004 São Paulo 25 (1)
2006 Persma Manado 1 (1)
Total 406 (32)
National team
1990–2000 Brazil 47 (6)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Carlos César Sampaio Campos, (born 31 March 1968 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian former footballer, and is the current Football Director of Palmeiras, where he played from 1991 to 1994 and from 1999 to 2000. He retired as a player in 2004.

César Sampaio is one of the few players who played for the 4 major clubs from São Paulo (Santos, Palmeiras, Corinthians and São Paulo) and one of the greatest idols from Palmeiras' history.

He won the Bola de Ouro (Brazilian Golden Ball award) twice, in 1990 and 1993, and joined the Brazil national football team during the Copa América in 1993, but was not part of the team during the FIFA World Cup finals in neither 1990 nor 1994.

He was later also part of the Brazilian squad that won both the Copa América and FIFA Confederations Cup in 1997, and played for Brazil at the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals, where he made six appearances in the team's run to the final, which they lost to the hosts of the tournament, France.[1] At the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals, he became remembered for scoring the first goal of the entire tournament in the 4th minute of Brazil's opening match against Scotland, a header from a corner on the left. He also scored a brace in Brazil's 4–1 victory against Chile in the round of 16 during the same tournament.

Sampaio is also remembered for helping Ronaldo when he suffered a convulsive fit in the night before the 1998 FIFA World Cup final.

César Sampaio has recently said that he wants to become a manager and he is starting his coaching badges.

Statistics

Club performance League Cup League Cup Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Brazil League Copa do Brasil League Cup Total
1986 Santos Série A 10 0 10 0
1987 7 0 7 0
1988 15 0 15 0
1989 16 0 16 0
1990 17 1 17 1
1991 17 1 17 1
1992 Palmeiras Série A 18 2 18 2
1993 20 2 20 2
1994 22 1 22 1
Japan League Emperor's Cup J. League Cup Total
1995 Yokohama Flügels J. League 1 32 0 2 1 - 34 1
1996 27 5 2 0 14 2 43 7
1997 29 6 2 0 9 1 40 7
1998 28 2 5 0 0 0 33 2
Brazil League Copa do Brasil League Cup Total
1999 Palmeiras Série A 15 2 15 2
2000 7 0 7 0
Spain League Copa del Rey Copa de la Liga Total
2000/01 Deportivo La Coruña La Liga 10 0 10 0
Brazil League Copa do Brasil League Cup Total
2001 Corinthians Série A 9 0 9 0
Japan League Emperor's Cup J. League Cup Total
2002 Kashiwa Reysol J. League 1 26 3 0 0 6 0 32 3
2003 Sanfrecce Hiroshima J. League 2 41 5 4 0 - 45 5
2004 J. League 1 14 0 0 0 2 0 16 0
Brazil League Copa do Brasil League Cup Total
2004 São Paulo Série A 25 1 25 1
Country Brazil 198 10 198 10
Japan 197 21 15 1 31 3 243 25
Spain 10 0 10 0
Total 405 31 15 1 31 3 451 35
[2]
Brazil national team
Year Apps Goals
1990 1 0
1991 1 0
1992 5 0
1993 4 0
1994 2 0
1995 10 1
1996 0 0
1997 8 1
1998 9 4
1999 0 0
2000 7 0
Total 47 6

Honors

References

  1. ^ César Sampaio Statistics FIFA. Retrieved 22 January 2010.
  2. ^ César Sampaio at National-Football-Teams.com
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