Anderson Andrade Antunes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Andrade Antunes Anderson)
Jump to: navigation, search
Anderson Andrade
Personal information
Full name Anderson Andrade Antunes
Date of birth (1981-11-15) 15 November 1981 (age 35)
Place of birth Ibitinga, Brazil
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 12 in)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2003 Campinense
2003 Atlético Monte Azul
2004 Ferroviário
2005 Fortaleza Esporte Clube
2005 Grêmio Recreativo Barueri
2006 Mito HollyHock 43 (17)
2007 Sagan Tosu 13 (2)
2007 Shimizu S-Pulse 1 (0)
2008 Yokohama F.C. 36 (16)
2009 Rio Branco de Andradas 6 (0)
2009 El Zamalek
2009 Brujas FC 9 (8)
2010 Daegu FC 8 (2)
2010 Brujas FC 9 (3)
2010–2011 Barrio Mexico 3 (1)
2011 Valletta 11 (3)
2011–2012 Herediano 26 (6)
2012–2013 Alajuelense 23 (5)
2013–2014 Deportivo Mictlán
2014–2016 Roasso Kumamoto 10 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 2 July 2013.

Anderson Andrade Antunes (born November 15, 1981 in Brazil) is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays as a striker for Roasso Kumamoto.[1]

Club career[edit]

After a short stint playing professionally in Mexico, and a subsequent four-year stint in his native Brazil, Anderson joined Japanese club Mito HollyHock for the 2006 J2 league season. He quickly developed into a fan favorite as he became one of the highest scorers in the division, placing 7th, with the best goal-per-shot ratio in Japanese professional soccer.

Following the conclusion of the 2006 season, he announced on 20 December that he would like to return to play soccer in Brazil for 2007. However, in January 2007, he was signed by Sagan Tosu. After seeing only limited matchplay for the first six months of his contract, on 16 June 2007, he joined Shimizu S-Pulse on loan. The move to Shizuoka was ultimately unsuccessful, and he joined J2 League team Yokohama FC for the 2008 season.[2] The shift to Yokohama proved to be a more productive move than his previous two clubs, and he averaged a goal every two games.

Completing his Japanese contract, Anderson returned to Brazil in the summer of 2009, joining the team of Rio Branco de Andradas.

On 5 July 2009, Egyptian Premier League club El Zamalek officially announced the signing of a 3-year contract with Anderson. However, El Zamalek later canceled the deal without Anderson ever stepping foot on the football pitch in a competitive match for the club. The cancellation was put down to Anderson's lack of condition, as he apparently did not appear in good shape to play. In September 2009, Anderson moved to Brujas FC of Costa Rica, where he would score eight goals in nine league matches.[3]

Anderson has since moved to K-League club Daegu FC, in South Korea. He scored his first goal for them on 28 March, in a 2-1 win over Daejeon Citizen, and went on to play eight league matches, as well as three league cup appearances for the Korean club, before returning his former club Brujas FC during the K-League midseason summer break.

On 2 February 2010, Valletta F.C., a Maltese Premier League team, presented the player as their new purchase, with a contract until the end of the season.

In July 2011, he returned to Costa Rica to join C.S. Herediano. In July 2014, he transferred to Roasso Kumamoto.

Club statistics[edit]

Updated to 23 February 2016.[4]

Club performance League Cup Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Japan League Emperor's Cup Total
2006 Mito HollyHock J2 League 43 17 1 0 44 17
2007 Sagan Tosu 13 2 0 0 13 2
2007 Shimizu S-Pulse J1 League 1 0 0 0 1 0
2008 Yokohama FC J2 League 36 16 1 0 37 16
2014 Roasso Kumamoto 7 4 0 0 7 4
2015 3 0 0 0 3 0
Total 103 39 2 0 105 39

References[edit]

  1. ^ "アンデルソン:ロアッソ熊本:Jリーグ.jp". jleague.jp. Retrieved 2016-10-04. 
  2. ^ "Stats Centre: Anderson Facts". Guardian.co.uk. Archived from the original on 2 October 2012. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  3. ^ "Anderson Andrade" (in Spanish). Nacion.com. Retrieved 2010-05-03. [permanent dead link]
  4. ^ Nippon Sports Kikaku Publishing inc./日本スポーツ企画出版社, "2016J1&J2&J3選手名鑑", 10 February 2016, Japan, ISBN 978-4905411338 (p. 207 out of 289)

External links[edit]