Walsall player 159.José Luiz Guimarães Sanabio Júnior


José Luiz Guimarães Sanabio Júnior, or simply Júnior, (born June 15, 1976 in Fortaleza) is a Brazilian footballstriker playing for ABC of the Brazilian Série B.
Júnior has represented many clubs, including Derby County and Rotherham United, and has, to date, played in eight 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. Between them they scored 29 goals during the course of the season, Júnior scoring 16 of them, for a side which many believe was the most talented Walsall team since the club’s golden era under Bill Moore in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Despite the best efforts of Walsall manager Colin Lee to sign him permanently, Júnior moved on to Derby County in August 2003; in his final game at Bescot Stadium, he had demonstrated his skills perfectly by scoring a hat-trick against the Rams. Júnior got off to a good start at Derby, forming a talented partnership up front with Charlton loanee Mathias Svensson, but Svensson was recalled by Charlton. Júnior then injured a cruciate knee ligament in September, and, when he had recovered, he did not get much of a chance to play. He moved to Rotherham United (on loan) and to Watford, who sold him due to a problem with legal paperwork and his apparent lack of correct personal permits.
Júnior then moved to Denmark in October 2005, to Odense Boldklub. He scored 9 goals in 16 matches before being sold to Swedish club Malmö FF on July 1, 2006. He scored 17 goals in 38 appearances for Malmö FF, increasing his reputation in Sweden. On 16 April 2007, he famously scored Malmö’s 3000th goal in Swedish league history, when he scored the opening goal against GAIS after one minute.
F.C. Copenhagen signed José Junior on 31 January 2008. He spent much of his time there on the bench because of the stiff competition from Morten Nordstrand and fellow Brazilians Aílton Almeida and César Santin. He signed with FC Nordsjælland on loan in February 2009.
In May 2009, José Junior threatened not to show up for the game between FC Nordsjælland and F.C. Copenhagen, because he refused to be a substitute. FC Nordsjælland manager Morten Wieghorst subsequently announced that José Junior had played his last game for the club.
On 23 November 2009, Júnior agreed with FC Copenhagen to suspend his contract. It was then supposed that Júnior should sign with Randers FC, whom he was previously loaned to, but his contract was cancelled as he had not attended the latest training sessions. He then returned to his homeland Brazil and signed for Vitória in 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 second leg.

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The facts below were taken from a Brazilian site and translated by Google translate. Again I cannot verify them.

YEARS CLUBS GAMES (GOALS / GOALS)
1998
1999
19992000
20002001
20012002
2002
20022003
20032005
20042005
2005
20052006
20062007
20082010
2009
2009
2010
2011
20112012
2013
2014
2014 –2016
Brazil Fortress
Chile Unión Española
Spain Cordoba
Belgium Beveren
France AC Ajaccio
Brazil Treze
England Walsall
England Derby County
England Rotherham United
England Watford
Denmark Odense Boldklub
Sweden Malmö FF
Denmark Copenhagen
Denmark Nordsjælland ( Loan. )
Denmark Randers ( Loan. )
Brazil Victory
Brazil Ceará
Brazil Bahia
Brazil ABC
Brazil Tiradentes
Brazil Juazeirense
0                        (0)
7                         (3)
5                          (0)
29                       (20)
9                           (2) 

36                         (15)
30                         (25)
12                           (7)
0                            (0)
16                           (9)
38                          (30)
17                           (10)
11                             (5)
10                             (1)
63                           (30)
18                             (5)
64                            (20)
2                               (0)
6                                (2)
2                                 (3)

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Walsall player 22 Moses Lane


Personal information
Full name Moses Alexander Edmund Lane
Date of birth 17 February 1895
Place of birth Willenhall, England

Date of death 14 July 1949 (aged 54)
Place of death Cannock, England

Playing position Centre forward / Inside forward

Senior career
Years Team Apps (Gls)
19xx–1920 Willenhall ? (?)
1920–1921 Walsall 18 4
1921–1922 Willenhall ? (?)
1922–1924 Birmingham 15 (4)
1924–1925 Derby County 0 (0)
1925–1926 Wellington Town? (?)
1926–1927 Worcester City ? (29)
1927–1929 Walsall 57 (51)
1929–19xx Brierley Hill Alliance? (?)
– Netherton ? (?)
19xx–1933 Dudley Town ? (?)

Moses Alexander Edmund Lane (17 February 1895 – 14 July 1949) was an English professional footballer who was born in Willenhall, Staffordshire. During the First World War he served in France and Italy and was awarded the Military Medal.
He began his football career in junior football in the Black Country area with a team called Willenhall Pickwick in 1912-13 He served his country in the first world war and he served in France and Italywinning the Military Medal. Upon Demob he joined Willenhall town. He played for Walsall for the first time in the 1920-21 before joining Birmingham in April 1922.He made his debut in the First Division on 28 April 1923, in the penultimate game of the1922–23 season, playing at inside left in a 1–0 win at home to Burnley. He kept his place for the last game of the season, and for the first six games of the next, but the arrival of Ernie Islip and the form and fitness of Johnny Crosbie and Joe Bradford restricted his first-team opportunities. He spent the 1924–25 season with Derby County, but was unable to break into the league side,[and returned to non-league football with successively Wellington Town and Worcester City.
His performances for Worcester, for whom he scored 34 goals in all competitions in the1926–27 season,earned him a return to the Football League with Walsall of the Third Division South. Lane repaid them with 36 goals in all competitions in his first season,One more season at Walsall brought his goals tally up to 51 league goals from 57 appearances, and he finished off his career back in non-league with Brierley Hill Alliance, Netherton and Dudley Town. But this was due to the fact that he had an injury and was only able to play a single game in four months. Who knows how many games he would have scored for Walsall had they been able to hold on to him for a couple of seasons more? He finally hung his boots up forever in 1933.
He died in Cannock on 14th July 1949.

Lane died in Cannock, Staffordshire, in 1949 at the age of 54.