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Serginho Chulapa

Sérgio Bernardino, also known as Serginho or Serginho Chulapa (born December 23, 1953) was an association footballer who played striker.

Career

Born in São Paulo, Serginho began his professional football career in 1974, playing for Marília, São Paulo Futebol Clube, Santos, Corinthians, Marítimo (Portugal), Atlético Sorocaba, Portuguesa Santista, Malatyaspor (1988–1989) and São Caetano. Serginho won the Campeonato Paulista three times and the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A once with São Paulo and won the Paulista again with Santos.[1]

For the Brazilian team he was capped twenty times between May 1979 and July 1982, and participated at 1982 FIFA World Cup, where he played in all five matches and scored two goals.

Serginho further represented Brazil in the 1990 edition of the World Cup of Masters, scoring in the final against Holland.

After retiring he became a football coach and journalist. He managed Santos FC in 2001. Nowadays he has a job on Santos FC as second coach helping the coach of the team.

References

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External links

  • at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Sambafoot
  • Sergio Bernardino career stats in Turkey at mackolik.com
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