Archive for July, 2011

F.A.S.T São Paulo a Timorese football club at Brazil.

July 13, 2011

( Dili,  July 13, 2011) – Confederação Brasileira de Futebol (CBF) and Federacao de Futebol de Timor Leste (FFTL) are working together to developed a better football in Timor Leste by setting  a football club in Brazil. Marco Antonio Teixeira a General Secretary for CBF, ” We will put Timorese football club at  Campeonato Paulista Série A2 in São Paulo on first year ” He added, ” Timorese football club will have 5 years trial at Brazilian Football League ; In order to continued their stay at Brazilian Football League after 5 years, they have to qualify at Campeonato Brasileiro Série C or D “.  Osorio Florindo a vice president for FFTL is the chairman for Futebol Atletismo Sociais de Timorense  São Paulo ( FAST São Paulo).  Walter Mariano will be chairman partner of FAST São Paulo, he’s  successful businessman in São Paulo and a friend of Osorio Florindo. FAST  São Paulo will selected 50 players ( 25 for senior and another 25 for U-23 & Youth) in Timor Leste, also include oversea players who have the Timorese roots.  Gelasio Da Silva Carvalho a selected manager of FAST, ” We want to select the best players in Timor Leste and also including oversea players so they can do well at Brazilian Football League”.  FAST and FFTL have choiced Clodoaldo to be the coach of FAST and Jason Cabral ( former Portuguese player and coach) the assistant coach. Clodoaldo will only have two years contract with FAST but Jason Cabral have five years contract with FAST.  Osorio Florindo describe that FAST is a football club for Timorese national football team (Senior and U-23), this club will help to developed our player’s experience and performance out of the country. ” I believe FAST will be a great help in developing  football at Timor Leste and good preparation for ASEAN or Asian football competition ”  Osorio added.  FAST São Paulo will be sponsor and support by the businesses in Brazil and Timor Leste ; names of the sponsor Nike, Fabral, Timor Telcom, and Digicel, ( main sponsor) and Timor Air ( minor sponsor). FAST São Paolo’s home stadium will be located at Estádio Rua Javari. FAST São Paulo will start their competition in Campeonato Paulista Série A2  at 2012 season.

Data of FAST São Paulo:

Chairman: Osorio Florindo & Walter Mariano

Manager: Gelasio Da Silva Carvalho

Coach: Clodoaldo ( 2 years term)

Assistant Coach: Jason Cabral ( 5 years term)

League: Campeonato Paulista Série A2

Sponsor & Support : Nike ( Uniform),  Fabral & Timor Telcom ( sponsors name on jersey), Digicel and Timor Air

Home Kit:  Green, Green, Red

Away Kit: Red, White, Black

First Team Squad ( Senior Players):

GK 1, Leonel (Adi),  July 5, 1986

DF 2, Ed Dino, February 9, 1983

DF 3, Miguel Santos Soares, July 4, 1984

DF 4, Ameu Pinto, October 28, 1987

DF 5, Quico Denzel, May 17, 1985

MF 6, Cipriano Branco (vice captain), August 24, 1985

MF 7, Eusebio, June 9, 1985

MF 8, Jose Joa Pereira, October 9, 1981

MF 9, Edgar Napoleon, November 13, 1983

MF 10, Neymar Da Silva, August 13, 1988

FW 11, Emillo da Silva ( Ary), April 5, 1982

FW 12, Felipinho Nessa, March 5, 1985

FW 13, Abilio Do Rosario (Captain), January 3, 1984

Fw 14, Crisogno Boavida, December 3, 1984

GK 15, Eugenio, January 23, 1983

DF 16, Agus Suale, Augustus 7, 1988

DF 17, De Jesus, Augustus 10, 1987

DF 18, Franc Costil, June 5, 1988

MF 19, Vicente Ramos Freitas ( Entil), December 28, 1985

MF 20, Gil de Mesquita, July 12, 1987

MF 21, Nicolino Nilton, November 9, 1986

MF 22, Severino da Oliveira, February 2, 1986

FW 23, Joaquim Marques, March 16, 1987

FW 24, Marcelino Da Costa Fernandes ( Lino Fernandes),  September 15, 1987

GK 25, Rui Muakandala, May 8, 1986

Reserve Squad ( U-23 and Youth):

GK 1, Labut De Melo, May 8, 1990

DF 2, Fernando Carceres, March 21, 1989

DF 3, Jack Sarmento, September 10, 1992

DF 4, Leon Faria, July 27, 1993

DF 5, Raul Monterio August 15, 1990

MF 6, Lomberto Gama ( Captain), June 15, 1992

MF 7, Glory Correia, March 22, 1992

MF 8, Joao Paulo, June 5, 1990

MF 9, Oktoviano Viegas Tilman, October 13, 1990

GK, 10, Victor Jorge, December 5, 1992

FW 11, Asanco, October 7, 1991

FW 12, Emilio Olivyera, March 6, 1990

FW 13, Christian Wollnik, November 5, 1991

FW 14, Romario Gusmão, January 2, 1994

DF 15, Azu Felipe, April 3, 1990

DF 16, Francisco Sarmento, February 19, 1993

DF 17, Josh Bajikur, February 15, 1993

DF 18, Nazario, November 9, 1993

DF 19, Akao, February 12, 1993

GK 20, Tomas de Lani (vice Captain), January 15, 1993

MF 21, Fidel Santos, July 20, 1993

MF 22, Manel Marques, May 7, 1991

MF 23, Miguel Soarez, Augustus 5, 1991

FW 24, Charles Da Costa, February 2, 1990

FW 25, Roger Quinta, January 21, 1992

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