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Antônio "Toninho" Fernandes Quintino (born February 27, 1952 in Florianópolis, Brazil) is a former Brazilian footballer who played for clubs in Brazil and Chile.



Born in Florianópolis, Toninho Quintino began playing football with local side Avaí Futebol Clube. He won the Santa Caterina state championship twice with Avaí, but gained fame with Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras where he won the 1976 Campeonato Paulista. [1]


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  1. "Avaí terá a torcida de Toninho Quintino para encarar o Palmeiras" (in Portuguese). Diario Catarinense. 17 September 2011.