Édson Boaro

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Édson Boaro
Personal information
Full name Édson Alves de Oliveira
Date of birth (1959-07-03) 3 July 1959 (age 56)
Place of birth São José do Rio Pardo, Brazil
Playing position Defender (retired)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1984–1989 Corinthians
1989–1992 Palmeiras
1992 Guarani
1992 Noroeste
1992–1993 Paysandu
1993 Remo
1994–1995 Botafogo
1996–1997 Sãocarlense
Teams managed
1998 Lemense
1998 Jacareí (U-20)
1999 Taubaté
1999 Noroeste
2007 Lemense
2008 Francana
2008 São Bernardo
2009 Grêmio Mauaense
2010 São Bernardo (U-15)
2014– Francana

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Édson Boaro, best known as Édson[1] and as Édson Abobrão (born July 3, 1959 at São José do Rio Pardo, São Paulo State) is a former Brazilian football (soccer) defender.

In his career he played for Ponte Preta (1978–1984), Corinthians (1984–1989), Palmeiras (1989–1992), Guarani (1992), Noroeste, Paysandu and Remo Pará (1993), Botafogo (1994–1995) and São José do Rio Pardo (1995–1998).

He won the Brazilian Silver Ball Award in 1984, one São Paulo State Championship in 1988 and one Pará State Championship in 1992. With the Brazil national football team he won at the Pan American Games in 1979, was capped 19 times between June 1983 and June 1986, and participated in the 1986 FIFA World Cup.

Édson played at right-back in Brazil’s opening two games in the 1986 World Cup in México, when first choice Leandro did not make the trip. He was injured early in the second game, against Algeria in Guadalajara, and was replaced by the veteran midfielder Falcão. However, Édson’s injury ultimately led to the début of Josimar, at right-back, for the next game against Northern Ireland. Édson, as luck would have it, never played for Brazil again. Since 1998, he is a coach.


  1. ^ Placar Magazine Édson interview 1990