|Full name||Leandro Ferreira Medeiros|
|Date of birth||May 14, 1981|
|Place of birth||Recreio, Brazil|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position||Defensive midfielder|
|2001–2002||→ Ipatinga (loan)|
|2003||→ Ceará (loan)|
|2003||→ Gama (loan)|
|2004–2005||→ Ipatinga (loan)|
|2006–2007||→ Flamengo (loan)|
|2008||→ Atlético Paranaense (loan)|
|2009||→ Bahia (loan)|
|2011||Brasil de Pelotas|
|2014||Nacional de Muriaé|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Léo Medeiros is a midfielder who was successful in Ipatinga ease of play as attacking midfielder, and without the ball as wheel being used well in the scheme of coach Ney Franco, both in mining and in the club Flamengo.
It has come to Fla in the middle of 2006, along with Walter Minhoca and Diego da Silva, also from Jaipur and was the only remaining trio for the year 2007. Working with the Holy Mantle, Medeiros pointed up some goals, but had a very irregular and she alternated changeover good performances in matches and not so inspired.
In 2008, considered disposable by Joel Santana, Leo was on loan at Atlético Paranaense prompted by Ney Franco that this time the team trained Paraná. Failing to keep good performances, the player was still far from the starting lineup at midseason, however, remained on the coaching staff of Curitiba.
In 2009, again dismissed by the coaches, the player was loaned again, this time in Bahia. Bahia arrived at the team carrying the status and salary of crack, about $50 000, resumed between Fla and Bahia. He played the best matches of the club from Salvador in the first half, but still not pleased the coach Gallo, still at the beginning of the Brazilian Championship, asked her head and put him to train separately.
By luck or chance, Medeiros saw soon after the coach and disaffection, Gallo, be dismissed. So it was then reinstated to the team by new coach Bahia, Paulo Comelli. Though reinstated, Léo Medeiros was no more consensus in Bahia and was eventually released as soon as that team finished the season.
In 2010, he presented himself again to Most Wanted from Brazil to perform the pre-season and was eventually reinstated to the first team squad games Cariocão. But the player did not take the chance offered by then-coach Andrade, who used improvised on the left back and ended up forgotten in the red-black cast.
Flamengo career statistics
- (Correct as of[update] January 17, 2010)
|Club||Season||Carioca League||Brazilian Série A||Brazilian Cup||Copa Libertadores||Copa Sudamericana||Total|
- Flamengo 3 January 2008 to 31 December 2010
- Ipatinga until 31 December 2011
- "Léo Medeiros, ex-Flamengo, vira auxiliar técnico de Wantuil Rodrigues" (in Portuguese). Futebol Interior. 2015-06-19. Retrieved 2015-06-20.
- Flamengo official website (in Portuguese)
- Flaestatística (in Portuguese)