Vítor Hugo (footballer, born 1981)
|Full name||Vítor Hugo Manique de Jesus|
|Date of birth||3 November 1981|
|Place of birth||Porto Alegre, Brazil|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|2004||Inter de Lages||-||(-)|
|2006||Xiangxue Sun Hei||3||(1)|
|2009||Caxias do Sul||-||(-)|
|2009||América de Natal||1||(0)|
|2010||Inter de Santa Maria||-||(-)|
|2012||Guarani de Venâncio Aires||-||(-)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 7 March 2014.
Vítor Hugo Manique de Jesus (born 3 November 1981), or simply Vítor Hugo, is a Brazilian football striker. A journeyman, Vítor Hugo started his professional career in his homeland and also played for numerous clubs in Romania, Peru, Hong Kong, Serbia, Oman, Bahrain and Mexico.
Born in Porto Alegre, Vítor Hugo started his football career with Novo Hamburgo. In September 2003, he moved to Romanian club Altay Constanța, playing in the lower league. In 2004, he spent some time playing with Inter de Lages, before moving abroad again to play with Atlético Universidad of the Peruvian Primera División.
In 2006, Vítor Hugo was playing with Pelotas, but in the middle of the year he joined his fellow Brazilian coach José Ricardo Rambo at Happy Valley in Hong Kong. He also played with Xiangxue Sun Hei during the 2006–07 Hong Kong First Division League.
In 2007, Vítor Hugo returned to Brazil by signing with Veranópolis. He was the top scorer of the Campeonato Gaúcho with 13 goals. He then signed with Sport Recife, making his debut in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A.
In 2010, after a short spell with Inter de Santa Maria in the Campeonato Gaúcho, Vítor Hugo moved abroad again, this time signing with Omani League side Al Nahda, playing in the 2010 AFC Cup group stage. Afterwards, he moved to play with Manama of the Bahraini Premier League.