Lincoln's second life at Santa Clara - Açoriano Oriental

Lincoln's second life at Santa Clara - Açoriano Oriental Lincoln's second life at Santa Clara

Scolari's “black diamond” sees coming to the Azores as a new opportunity to launch his career in a championship where he always wanted to play



Photo: Pedro Amaral
Author: Nuno Martins Neves

Lincoln had the world at his feet four years ago: professional contract signed with the Grémio de Porto Alegre, after impressing Luiz Felipe Scolari, who called him a “black diamond”, in a training session with the reserves; holder in the selection of Brazil in the South American Championship of U-17 and captain of the “escrete” in the World-wide of the same level. Having had one of the great promises of Canarian football, the following years were not the expected statement of the left midfielder. After an experience in Turkey last year, Lincoln arrived in the Azores at the age of 20. With thoughtful and mature speech, the creative wants to do his best to help Santa Clara, in what he assumes, is a second life in football. & Nbsp;

You can read more in this Friday, August 30, 2019 edition of the Açoriano Oriental newspaper

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