José Perácio

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José Perácio Berjun, also known as José Perácio (November 2, 1917 in Nova Lima – March 10, 1977 in Rio de Janeiro)[1] was a Brazilian footballer in striker role.

In career (1932–1951) he was played for Villa Nova, Botafogo, Flamengo and Canto do Rio and won three Minas Gerais state championships (1933, 1934 and 1935) and three Rio de Janeiro State Championship (1942, 1943 and 1944). For Brazilian team he was participated at 1938 FIFA World Cup, placed at third place, played in four games and scoring three goals.[2]

He was a volunteer in the Brazilian Expedicionary Force (FEB) during World War II.

He died at 59 years old.


  1. ^ CBF profile
  2. ^ José PerácioFIFA competition record

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