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 WALDEMAR de Brito 1934-1941 
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Location: Guaporé, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
Name: Waldemar de Brito


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Country: :BRA: Brazil
Club: Botafogo FR (1934) San Lorenzo(1935-1936/1939-1940) Flamengo(1937-1939) São Paulo FC(1933-1934/1941-1942)
Position: *CF,SS
Side: RF/BS
Age: 21-28 years (17/05/1913)


Height: 176 cm
Weight: 73 kg app.

Attack: 87
Defence: 33
Balance: 78
Stamina: 76
Top Speed: 85
Acceleration: 86
Response: 83
Agility: 82
Dribble Accuracy: 86
Dribble Speed: 81
Short Pass Accuracy: 75
Short Pass Speed: 71
Long Pass Accuracy: 70
Long Pass Speed: 68
Shot Accuracy: 91
Shot Power: 82
Shot Technique: 82
Free Kick Accuracy: 68
Curling: 69
Header: 77
Jump: 79
Technique: 84
Aggression: 90
Mentality: 74
Goalkeeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 71

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

CARDS:
S03 - 1-on-1 Finish
P12 - Goal Poacher

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Positioning - Scoring - 1-on-1 Scoring

Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


INFO: A player who stood out on Brazilian lawns in the 30s and 40s for his goal scoring. When he stopped playing, he still collaborated with Brazilian football in the 1950s, when he simply discovered the greatest player of all time, Pelé. This is the great Waldemar de Brito, an athlete who scored Brazilian football on and off the field .
Waldemar de Brito was born in São Paulo on May 17, 1913. He started playing football in Syrio's children's club in 1927. After a quick pass through Independência in the following year, the forward turned to Syrio in 1929, where he remained until 1932 with 19 years, when it attracts attention several times.
The São Paulo da Floresta was faster and took the player to his cast. In 1933, the year of the official professionalization of Brazilian football, Waldemar de Brito confirms his goal scoring and manages to be the top scorer of the Paulista Championship with 21 goals.
The good performances in the first tricolor of São Paulo drew the attention of the coach of the Brazilian National Team, Luiz Vinhaes. Waldemar de Brito began to be called constantly and was in the World Cup of 1934, where Brazil made only one game, losing to Spain by 3 to 1. By the selection, Waldemar made 17 games between 1933 and 1934 with the then white shirt , scoring incredible 20 goals.
In order to play the World Cup, the center-forward had to leave São Paulo and was hired by Botafogo, one of the clubs that at the time was allied with the organization that commanded the Brazilian national team. After a quick passage through the Carioca alvinegro, Waldemar went to Argentina to defend the San Lorenzo.
After passing through Argentina, the forward was hired by Flamengo. In the red-black, Waldemar became an idol of the fans and, according to the Almanac of Flamengo, Roberto Assaf and Clóvis Martins, played 59 games with 34 wins, seven draws, 18 losses and 35 goals scored between 1937 and 1939.
After another passage for San Lorenzo, Waldemar de Brito returned to Brazil to defend the new São Paulo FC. According to the Almanac of Sao Paulo, Alexandre da Costa, he made 35 games between 1941 and 1943 with 19 wins, 10 draws, six defeats and 29 goals scored, having won the Paulista title of 1943.
He is the only tricolor player with an average of 1.06 goals per game, surpassing even the legendary Waldemar's contemporary Arthur Friedenreich and second place in this ranking.
The story begins from the moment that Waldemar was tasked to form an infanto-juvenile team for the club. And he saw Pele begin to shine and attract crowds to the games held in Bauru. In one of them, the future star scored seven of the 12 goals of his team's victory over Flamenguinho by 12 to 1.
Immediately, Pelé received a proposal from the Northwest, rival of Baquinho. But Waldemar de Brito thought that the club alvirrubro could not stone the boy and he was sure that the ideal place for the then boy Dico was in the Baixada Santista.
Ironically, Waldemar had to bend Dona Celeste, Pele's mother, to take him to Santos. And on August 8, 1956, the coach introduced the then thin and thin boy at Vila Belmiro. "It's going to be the biggest in the world," said the former ace to the president of Fish Athie Jorge Cury. From this moment the story of Pelé is known by all and Waldemar de Brito became known as the discoverer of the King.

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