Eridson Mendes Umpeça Biography

Eridson Mendes

Eridson Mendes Umpeça (Freamunde, Portugal)

Eridson was on born 25th June 1990, He is a footballer from Bissau-Guinea who plays for Freamunde and Guinea Bissua National team as a defender.

Club career

Eridson started his football career at a youthful age, he played for the youth of football club “Porto” and “Estrela Amadora.”

He began his professional career in “Tourizense” club, where he spent two years. Later, he was invited to “Pacos de Ferreira”. The club did not count on it. He gave in rent for the season, where he was able to get match practice. In the three years spent Eridson for “Pacos de Ferreira” in only 6 matches of the championship, everything – in the first half of the 2011/12 season.

In 2014 he moved to the “Academica de Viseu”, where he was able to start playing bad. At the end of the season Eridson spent over thirty matches and scored one goal. In 2015 he moved to another club of the second division in Portugal – “Freamunde”, which is not a player base.

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National team

Eridson played his first game for the national team February 9, 2011 in a friendly match against Gambia. The first goal for the national team scored 5 September 2015 in a game against the Congo, established on 80 minutes, the final score of the match 2-4.