The winger Diogo Pinto will play for Estrela da Amadora for the next two seasons, with one more option, announced today the team that ascended this year to the II Portuguese Football League.
The 22-year-old athlete graduated from Sporting, União de Leiria and Benfica, from where he left for the Italians Ascoli, after playing mostly for the under-23 set of the ‘incarnados’, to which there are six matches for the team B, having represented, in the last season, Potenza and Vilafranquense, on loan from the transalpine team.
In Ribatejo, Diogo Pinto scored a goal in 10 games in the second half of the season, after his limited use in Italy, where he scored a goal in nine games for Ascoli, in the second division, and just two games for Potenza, in the third.
Diogo Pinto is the 13th reinforcement of Estrela da Amadora, which also announced goalkeepers Nuno Hidalgo (former União de Santarém), Vítor São Bento (former Xanthi, Greece) and Gonçalo Tabuaço (former Leixões), defenders Tiago Melo (former Anadia), Matheus Dantas (ex-Casa Pia), Mamadou Traoré (ex-Torreense) and Mamadu Candé (ex-Radomiak Radom, from Poland), midfielders Aloísio (ex-Amora), Reko Silva (on loan from Portimonense) and Miguel Rosa (ex-Cova da Piedade) and the forwards Fabrício Simões (ex-Fairense) and Paulinho (ex-Fafe).
The formation around Lisbon also ensured the continuity of defenders Sérgio Conceição, Zé Pedro, André Duarte and Edu Duarte and of midfielders Miranda, Latón, Xavi Fernandes, Horácio Jau and Chapi Romano, as well as coach Rui Santos.
Filipe Leão, first goalkeeper last season, ended his career at 37 and became the team manager of the team, which ensured the club’s return to professional championships, 11 years after the administrative descent .
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