Manoel Tobias

Manoel Tobias da Cruz Júnior (born 7 April 1971), commonly known as Manoel Tobias, is a former futsal player.

Manoel Tobias
Manoel Tobias em Caetité junho 2016 close.jpg
Brazilian futsal player Manoel Tobias , during a friendly match for the Caetité master team against the Igaporã master team, June 11, 2016. Tobias scored two in Caetité's 5-2 victory.
Personal information
Full name Manoel Tobias da Cruz Júnior
Date of birth (1971-04-07) 7 April 1971 (age 49)
Place of birth Salgueiro, Brazil
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1989 Candeia
1990 Votorantim
1991–1992 Banfort
1993-1994 Inpacel
1994–1995 Enxuta
1996–1997 Inter/Ulbra
1998–1999 Atlético Mineiro
2000–2001 Vasco da Gama
2001–2002 Malwee/Jaraguá
2002–2007 Cartagena
2007 SC Ulbra
National team
1992–2004 Brazil 302 (278)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

HonoursEdit

ClubsEdit

  • Fortaleza City Trophy: Champion 1992, 1993
  • Pernambuco State: Champion 1990
  • Champion of Paraná State: 1992, 1993
  • Champion of Rio Grande do Sul State: 1994, 1995
  • Brazilian Champion of State Squads 1992, 1996
  • Champion of National Circuit: 1992, 1995
  • Brazilian Championship:1991, 1993, 1994, 1995
  • South American Club Futsal Championship: champion 1993
  • Intercontinental Futsal Cup: champion 1996,1998
  • Belo Horizonte Metropolitan: Champion 1998,1999
  • Campeonato Mineiro de Futsal:1998,1999
  • Liga Futsal:1996,1999,2000
  • Taça Brasil de Futsal:1991,1995,2000
  • Campeonato do Rio de Janeiro de Futsal: 2000
  • Campeonato Carioca Metropolitano: 2000
  • Copa Rio/São Paulo/Minas: 2000,2001

Brazilian SquadEdit

  • Pan American Cup: Champion 1991
  • South American Qualificacion: Champion 1992,1996,2000
  • Mundialito: Champion 1995,1996,1998,2001,2002
  • Rio de Janeiro Cup: Champion 1998
  • Copa América de Futsal: champion 1995,1997,1998,1999
  • FIFA Futsal World Cup: champion 1992, 1996
  • Pré-Mundial de Futsal:2004
  • Latin Cup: 2003
  • Tigers 5 – Singapore: 1999
  • Egypt Tournament: 2002
  • Thailand Tournament: 2003

IndividualEdit

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