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Antônio Lima dos Santos

Antônio Lima dos Santos, known as Lima (born 18 January 1942 in São Sebastião do Paraíso) is a former Brazilian footballer.

He played for the following clubs: Juventus, Santos, Fluminense and Portuguesa Santista. He earned 6 caps (2 non-official) for the Brazil national football team, and was part of the team at the 1966 FIFA World Cup.

Lima is a player at Santos FC having played almost 700 games for the team and was champion of all titles that a Brazilian team could win in his time, especially the bi-world championship (1962, 1963) where he showed his versatility playing as a striker.

He later played for Club Deportivo Oro in Guadalajara, Mexico and was loaned out to the Tampa Bay Rowdies for the final two matches of the 1975 NASL Indoor tournament.[1][2][3]

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