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This article may be too technical for most readers to understand. Please improve this article to make it understandable to non-experts, without removing the technical details. (March 2009) Júnior Personal information Full name José Luiz Guimarães Sanabio Júnior Date of birth June 15, 1976 (1976-06-15) (age 35) Place of birth Fortaleza, Brazil Height 1.87 m (6 ft 1 1⁄2 in) Playing position Striker Club information Current club Bahia Number 99 Youth career 1996-1998 Ferroviário Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1998-1999 Fortaleza 1999–2000 Córdoba 5 (0) 2000–2001 Beveren 29 (2) 2001–2002 AC Ajaccio 9 (2) 2002 Treze 2002–2003 Walsall 36 (15) 2003–2005 Derby County 30 (4) 2004–2005 → Rotherham United (loan) 12 (2) 2005 Watford 0 (0) 2005–2006 OB 16 (9) 2006–2007 Malmö FF 38 (17) 2008–2009 F.C. Copenhagen 17 (6) 2009 → FC Nordsjælland (loan) 11 (5) 2009 → Randers FC (loan) 10 (5) 2010 Vitória 31 (8) 2011 Ceará 2011– Bahia * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 4 August 2010. † Appearances (Goals). José Luiz Guimarães Sanabio Júnior, or simply Júnior, (born June 15, 1976 in Fortaleza) is a Brazilian football striker playing for Esporte Clube Bahia of the Brazilian Série A. Biography He has represented many clubs including Derby County and Rotherham United and has to date played in seven different countries. He arrived in Europe and at English First Division side Walsall from Brazilian side Treze at the beginning of the 2002/03 season. Júnior and Jorge Leitão formed a Portuguese speaking front-line that was envied by most clubs in the league. They scored 29 goals during the course of the season, playing for a side which many believe was the most talented Walsall team since the clubs golden era under Bill Moore in the late 1950s and early 1960s. However, in August 2003 Júnior moved on to Derby County, but only after Walsall manager Colin Lee had fought to get his signature. His final game at Bescot demonstrated his skills perfectly, scoring a hat-trick against The Rams. The very same club that ended up signing him. Having scored 16 goals for Walsall in the previous season, he had already shown his worth and Júnior also got off to a good start at Derby County, forming a talented partnership up front with the Charlton loanee Mathias Svensson. But Svensson was called back, while Júnior got knee injured in September 2003 and when he finally got back from injury, a crusiate knee ligamants, he did not get much of a chance to play. So he soon moved to Rotherham on a loan deal and later to Watford, who incidentally sold him due to a problem with legal paperwork and his apparent lack of correct personal permits. He first came to Denmark in October 2005, putting on the blue and white stipes of Odense Boldklub. He scored 9 goals in 16 matches before being sold to Swedish squad Malmö FF on July 1, 2006. He scored 17 goals in 38 appearances for Malmö FF and his reputation in Sweden was very high. On 16 April 2007, Júnior scored the 3000th goal in Malmö FF´s Swedish league history, when he scored the opening goal against GAIS after one minute. FC Copenhagen signed José Junior the 31st of January 2008. He spent much of his time on the bench at FC Copenhagen because of the stiff competition from Morten Nordstrand and fellow Brazilians Aílton Almeida and César Santin. Therefore he signed a loan contract with FC Nordsjælland in February 2009. In May 2009 José Junior threatened not to show up for the game between FC Nordsjælland and FC Copenhagen, because he refused to be a substitute. FC Nordsjælland manager Morten Wieghorst subsequently announced that José Junior had played his last game in the red and yellow Nordsjælland shirt. On November 23, 2009 was Júnior agreed with FC Copenhagen for the suspension of his contract. It was then supposed that Júnior should sign with Randers FC as whom he was on loan at. However, Júnior had not attended the latest training sessions. Therefore, his contract was cancelled. He then returned to his homeland Brazil and signed for Vitória on February 2010. Júnior helped Vitória reach the final of the 2010 Copa do Brasil, scoring 7 goals in the competition, including one against Santos in the final's 2nd leg. References External links José Júnior career stats at Soccerbase (Danish) Official Danish league stats (Danish) F.C. Copenhagen profile (Portuguese) CBF BID (English) Walsall Brazilians (English) Júnior interview v · d · eBahia – current squad 1 Tiago · 2 Marcos · 4 Nen · 5 Marcone · 6 Ávine · 7 Fahel · 8 Hélder · 9 Souza · 10 Zezinho · 11 Jóbson · 12 Omar · 14 Morais · 16 Camacho · 17 Diones · 18 Neto · 19 Carlos Alberto · 20 Magno · 21 Gabriel · 22 Titi · 25 Thiego · 26 Rafael · 27 Dodô · 28 Paulo Miranda · 31 Lomba · 33 Jussani · 35 Mosquera · 41 Jair · 54 Jancarlos · 60 Nikão · 68 Jones · 70 Maurício · 77 Lulinha · 79 Reinaldo · 80 Ricardinho · 87 Maranhão · 88 Moreno · 99 Júnior ·  Fabinho · Manager: René Simões Persondata Name Junior, Jose Luis Guimaraes Sanabio Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1976-06-15 Place of birth Fortaleza, Brazil Date of death Place of death