Dimba Personal information Full name Editácio Vieira de Andrade Date of birth December 30, 1973 Place of birth Sobradinho, Brazil Height 1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in) Playing position Striker (football) Club information Current club Peixe Brasília Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1994–1995 Sobradinho 1995 Brasília 1996 Gama 1996 Sobradinho 1997–1998 Botafogo 1998–1999 América Mineiro 1999 Portuguesa 1999 Bahia 2000 Leça 2000–2001 Botafogo 2002 Gama 2002–2004 Goiás 2004 Al Ittihad 2004–2005 Flamengo 2005–2006 São Caetano 2007 Brasiliense 2009 Ceilândia 2010 Legião 2011– Peixe Brasília (futsal) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of October 8, 2011.
† Appearances (Goals).
Editácio Vieira de Andrade, usually known simply as Dimba (born December 30, 1973), is a Brazilian futsal player and former footballer who played as a forward. He was born in Sobradinho, Brasília, Distrito Federal
He started his professional football career in 1994, playing for Sobradinho. He stayed at the club until 1995, when he was transferred to Brasília. In the same year, he moved to Gama. In 1996, he returned to Sobradinho. In 1997 he signed with Botafogo of Rio de Janeiro. He left the club in the following year, joining América Mineiro. In 1999, he played for Portuguesa and Bahia. In 2000, for the first time in his career, he played at a non-Brazilian team, as he signed with Leça of Portugal. In 2000 and 2001, he returned to Brazil, playing again for Botafogo. In 2002, he returned to Gama. He played for Goiás between 2002 and 2004. In 2004, he played for Saudi Arabian side Al Ittihad. In 2004, he joined the Carioca team Flamengo, where he stayed until the following year, when he moved to São Caetano. In 2007, he moved to Brasiliense. In late 2009, was hired by Ceilândia. He played for Legião in 2010, then he retired.
After his retirement as a football player, he started a career as a futsal player, scoring two goals in his first game for Peixe Brasília, played on October 6, 2011. 
In 1997, playing for Botafogo, he won Taça Guanabara, Taça Rio and Campeonato Carioca. In 1999, playing for Bahia, he won the Campeonato Baiano. In 2003, playing for Goiás, he scored 31 goals during the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, being the competition's top goalscorer, and, because of this, he won the Placar magazine Golden Boot (Chuteira de Ouro) award.
- Especial Placar - Guia do Segundo Turno do Brasileirão 2005 - Editora Abril.
- ^ "Reestreando no futsal, Dimba faz dois em goleada do Peixe" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte. October 7, 2011. http://globoesporte.globo.com/eventos/futsal/noticia/2011/10/reestreando-no-futsal-dimba-faz-dois-em-goleada-do-peixe.html. Retrieved October 8, 2011.
- ^ RSSSF
Campeonato Brasileiro Série A top scorers1971: Dadá Maravilha | 1972: Dadá Maravilha / Pedro Rocha | 1973: Ramón | 1974: Roberto Dinamite | 1975: Flávio | 1976: Dadá Maravilha | 1977: Reinaldo | 1978: Paulinho | 1979: César / Roberto César | 1980: Zico | 1981: Nunes | 1982: Zico | 1983: Serginho Chulapa | 1984: Roberto Dinamite | 1985: Edmar | 1986: Careca | 1987: Müller | 1988: Nílson | 1989: Túlio Maravilha | 1990: Charles | 1991: Paulinho McLaren | 1992: Bebeto | 1993: Guga | 1994: Amoroso / Túlio Maravilha | 1995: Túlio Maravilha | 1996: Paulo Nunes / Renaldo | 1997: Edmundo | 1998: Viola | 1999: Guilherme | 2000: Romário / Dill / Magno Alves | 2001: Romário | 2002: Luís Fabiano / Rodrigo Fabri | 2003: Dimba | 2004: Washington | 2005: Romário | 2006: Souza | 2007: Josiel | 2008: Keirrison / Washington / Kléber Pereira | 2009: Adriano / Diego Tardelli | 2010: Jonas | 2011: Borges Copa do Brasil top scorers1989: Gérson | 1990: Bizu | 1991: Gérson | 1992: Gérson | 1993: Gilson | 1994: Paulinho McLaren | 1995: Sávio | 1996: Luizão | 1997: Paulo Nunes | 1998: Romário | 1999: Romário / Petković | 2000: Oséas | 2001: Washington | 2002: Deivid | 2003: Nonato | 2004: Dauri | 2005: Fred | 2006: Valdiram | 2007: André Lima / Denis Marques / Dimba / Victor Simões | 2008: Edmundo / Romerito / Wellington Paulista | 2009: Taison | 2010: Neymar | 2011: Alecsandro / Adriano / Rafael Coelho / Kléber / William
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