Sérgio Luís Donizetti
|Full name||Sérgio Luís Donizetti|
|Date of birth||September 7, 1964|
|Place of birth||Campinas, Brazil|
|Height||1.71 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in)|
|1994||CR Vasco da Gama||14||(0)|
|1999–2003||União São João|
|2000||Mito HollyHock (loan)|
|2004||Inter de Limeira|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
|Olympic medal record|
|Silver||1988 Seoul||Team Competition|
Sérgio Luís Donizetti, best known as João Paulo (born in Campinas, Brazil September 7, 1964) is an association footballer striker.
Career with Bari
He joined Bari in 1989, and formed a formitable striking partnership with Pietro Maiellaro and later with Romanian Florin Raducioiu. After scoring six goals in 33 Serie A matches in the 1989–1990 season, he would score 12 times in the 1990–1991 season, the most memorable of which was a double against A.C. Milan on the penultimate round of the season, thus sealing the title for another club, Sampdoria, which won its first ever (and so far the only) Serie A title in that club's history.
He started the following season brightly and was on his usually excellent form. But in their third match at home to Sampdoria, in torrential rain, his leg was broken by defender Marco Lanna in a tackle along the sidelines which ended his season. It took him an entire year to recover and he stayed on with Bari after its relegation to Serie B for two more seasons until 1994.
Club career statistics
|1994||Vasco da Gama||Série A||14||0|
|1995||Ponte Preta||Série B||0||0|
|1996||Corinthians Paulista||Série A||0||0|
|1996||Sport Recife||Série A||17||1|
|1998||União São João||Série B||0||0|
|1999||União São João||Série B||0||0|
|2000||Mito HollyHock||J. League 2||15||4|
|2001||União São João||Série B||0||0|
International career statistics
|Brazil national team|
- Sérgio Luís Donizetti at National-Football-Teams.com