Paulo Jamelli

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Paulo Jamelli
Personal information
Full name Paulo Roberto Jamelli Júnior
Date of birth (1974-07-22) 22 July 1974 (age 42)
Place of birth São Paulo, Brazil
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1993–1994 São Paulo 7 (0)
1995–1996 Santos 41 (13)
1997 Kashiwa Reysol 28 (14)
1998–2002 Zaragoza 107 (24)
2003 Corinthians 19 (3)
2004 Shimizu S-Pulse 3 (0)
2004–2005 Almería 26 (2)
2005 Corinthians
2006 Atlético Mineiro
2007 Grêmio Prudente
National team
1996 Brazil 5 (2)
Teams managed
2011 Marcílio Dias
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Paulo Roberto Jamelli Júnior (born 22 July 1974), known as Jamelli, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played mainly as a forward.

Football career[edit]

Born in São Paulo, Jamelli made his professional debuts with hometown side São Paulo FC, appearing in seven Série A games.[1] He first made his presence felt with Santos FC, scoring 13 goals during two seasons.[1]

Having attracted the attention of clubs abroad, Jamelli moved to Kashiwa Reysol in Japan but, in January 1998, switched to Spain's Real Zaragoza as the Aragonese had lost in the previous summer Dani García and Fernando Morientes, both to Real Madrid. Never an undisputed starter, he was almost always a very important attacking element, scoring a career-best 13 La Liga goals in the 2000–01 campaign, precisely the year of the side's conquest of the Copa del Rey, where he netted in the final against Celta de Vigo (3–1).[2]

After Zaragoza's 2002 relegation, Jamelli started off in the second level, but eventually returned to Brazil in January 2003 by joining Sport Club Corinthians Paulista.[1] He ended his career in 2006, after one-season spells with Shimizu S-Pulse, UD Almería, Corinthians, Clube Atlético Mineiro and Grêmio Prudente Futebol.

In 2008, Jamelli joined Coritiba Foot Ball Club as a technical coordinator. However, on 1 April of the following year, he left the post due to personal problems with coach Ivo Wortmann.[3]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

[4]

Club performance League Cup League Cup Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Brazil League Copa do Brasil League Cup Total
1994 São Paulo Série A 7 0 7 0
1995 Santos Série A 22 8 22 8
1996 19 5 19 5
Japan League Emperor's Cup J.League Cup Total
1997 Kashiwa Reysol J1 League 28 14 2 1 7 1 37 16
Spain League Copa del Rey Copa de la Liga Total
1997–98 Zaragoza La Liga 16 4 16 4
1998–99 23 4 23 4
1999–2000 15 1 15 1
2000–01 33 13 33 13
2001–02 15 1 15 1
2002–03 Segunda División 5 1 5 1
Brazil League Copa do Brasil League Cup Total
2003 Corinthians Série A 19 3 19 3
Japan League Emperor's Cup J.League Cup Total
2004 Shimizu S-Pulse J1 League 3 0 0 0 1 0 4 0
Spain League Copa del Rey Copa de la Liga Total
2004–05 Almería Segunda División 26 2 26 2
Country Brazil 67 16 67 16
Japan 31 14 2 1 8 1 41 16
Spain 133 26 133 26
Total 231 56 2 1 8 1 241 58

International[edit]

Brazil
Year Apps Goals
1996 5 2
Total 5 2

Honours[edit]

Zaragoza

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Jamelli – todos os jogos" [Jamelli – all the matches] (in Portuguese). Futpédia. Retrieved 14 April 2009. 
  2. ^ "Zaragoza, no hay quinta Copa mala" [Zaragoza, no such thing as a bad fifth Cup] (in Spanish). ABC. 1 July 2001. Retrieved 11 June 2014. 
  3. ^ Paulo Jamelli está deixando o Coritiba (Paulo Jamelli is leaving Coritiba); Futebol Paranaense, 30 March 2009 (in Portuguese)
  4. ^ Paulo Jamelli at FootballDatabase.eu

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