Tiago Leão

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Tiago André Leão Martins Nunes (born 24 August 1995 in Carvalhosa, Paços de Ferreira) is a Portuguese footballer who plays for S.C. Freamunde as a forward.

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Football career

On 27 July 2014, Leão made his professional debut with Freamunde in a 2014–15 Taça da Liga match against Covilhã. [1]

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References

  1. "Sp. Covilhã 2-0 Freamunde". ZeroZero. 2014-07-27.