Manuel Duarte

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Manuel Almeida Duarte (born 29 May 1945 in Celorico de Basto, Braga District) is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a striker.

Football career[edit]

During a 16–year professional career Duarte played for Académica de Coimbra (1962–64), Leixões SC (1964–66), Sporting Clube de Portugal (1966–70), F.C. Porto (1970–71), Varzim S.C. (1971–72) and A.D. Fafe (1972–78), amassing first division totals of 79 games and 32 goals over the course of nine seasons and competing in the second level with the last two clubs. He retired at 37 after a spell with local amateurs Atlético Cabeceirense.

Duarte gained two caps for Portugal in 1966, being an unused squad member at that year's FIFA World Cup.

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