Paulo Isidoro

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Paulo Isidoro, full name Paulo Isidoro de Jesus, (born 3 August 1953 in Belo Horizonte) was an association footballer. He played offensive midfielder. In 1981, he received the Bola de Ouro award.

He was capped 41 times with the Brazilian national team, between June 1977 and July 1983, and played in four of five matches at the 1982 World Cup, always as a substitute (usually for Serginho Chulapa).[1]



  • Bola de Ouro in 1981
  • Brazilian Silver Ball in 1976 and 1983


  1. ^ Paulo Isidoro Statistics FIFA. Retrieved 4 February 2010.