|Full name||Armando Miguel Correia de Sá|
|Date of birth||16 September 1975|
|Place of birth||Maputo, Mozambique|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Playing position||Right back|
|2007||→ Leeds United (loan)||11||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He also held a Portuguese passport, and played professionally in four countries in a 16-year professional career: Portugal (six teams, including a two-and-a-half-year spell with Benfica), Spain, England (five months with Leeds United) and Iran.
Sá was born in Maputo. After playing for most of his early career with modest Portuguese clubs he joined Rio Ave F.C. for the 1998–99 season, and his performances there attracted attention from S.C. Braga.
In December 2001, after having played with the Minho side for only four months he, alongside teammates Ricardo Rocha and Tiago, left for the Primeira Liga with S.L. Benfica. Though not an undisputed starter at the latter team, he still managed to appear in a good number of games.
Sá subsequently moved to La Liga with Villarreal CF in 2004–05, helping to a third-place finish after which he signed with fellow Spaniards RCD Espanyol. He finished 2006–07 on loan at Football League Championship's Leeds United, which eventually ranked last. He made his debut for the Yorkshire-based team as a substitute in a 1–3 away loss against West Bromwich Albion for the campaign's FA Cup, and ended up playing in several positions: right back, left back and also in midfield.
In July 2007, Sá signed for Foolad FC, who competed in Iran's second level and were led by Portuguese coach Augusto Inácio, his father-in-law. After achieving promotion in his first season he switched to another club in the country, Sepahan FC.
- Espanyol sign Mozambique's Sa; BBC Sport, 19 August 2005
- Wise signs former team-mate Flo; BBC Sport, 3 January 2007
- West Brom 3–1 Leeds; BBC Sport, 6 January 2007
- Simões de Abreu, Alexandra (22 December 2018). ""Ser genro do Inácio foi um trauma porque as pessoas deixaram de olhar para o meu valor e passaram a ver-me só como o genro dele"" ["Being Inácio's son-in-law was a trauma because people stopped looking at what I was worth and started seeing me as nothing more than his son-in-law"]. Expresso (in Portuguese). Retrieved 28 April 2019.
- Mambas prepare for Cosafa Cup; BBC Sport, 25 May 2004