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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (July 2010) Edmur Pinto Ribeiro (Niterói, September 9, 1929) is a retired Brazilian professional football player. During his career, he played for clubs in Venezuela, Brasil, Portugal and Spain. In the season of 1959-60 of the Portuguese championship he was the best scorer, with 25 goals on the service of Vitória de Guimarães. External links Profile on zerozerofootball.com v • d • e Primeira Liga Top Scorers 1935: Soeiro | 1936 Pinga | 1937: Soeiro | 1938: Peyroteo | 1939: Costuras | 1940: Peyroteo/Kodrnja | 1941: Peyroteo | 1942: Dias | 1943: Julinho | 1944: Rodrigues | 1945: Rodrigues | 1946: Peyroteo | 1947: Peyroteo | 1948: Araújo | 1949: Peyroteo | 1950: Julinho | 1951: Vasques | 1952: Águas | 1953: Matateu | 1954: Martins | 1955: Matateu | 1956: Águas | 1957: Águas | 1958: Duarte | 1959: Águas | 1960: Ribeiro | 1961: Águas | 1962: Veríssimo | 1963: Torres | 1964: Eusébio | 1965: Eusébio | 1966: Eusébio/Figueiredo | 1967: Eusébio | 1968: Eusébio | 1969: António | 1970: Eusébio | 1971: Artur Jorge | 1972: Artur Jorge | 1973: Eusébio | 1974: Yazalde | 1975: Yazalde | 1976: Jordão | 1977: Gomes | 1978: Gomes | 1979: Gomes | 1980: Jordão | 1981: Nené | 1982: Jacques | 1983: Gomes | 1984: Gomes/Nené | 1985: Gomes | 1986: Fernandes | 1987: Cascavel | 1988: Cascavel | 1989: Vata | 1990: Magnusson | 1991: Águas | 1992: Ricky | 1993: Cadete | 1994: Yekini | 1995: Nader | 1996: Domingos | 1997: Jardel | 1998: Jardel | 1999: Jardel | 2000: Jardel | 2001: Pena | 2002: Jardel | 2003: Faye/Simão | 2004: McCarthy | 2005: Liédson | 2006: Meyong | 2007: Liédson | 2008: López | 2009: Nenê | 2010: Cardozo This biographical article relating to Portuguese football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e