|Full name||Victor Andrade Santos|
|Place of birth||Carmópolis, Brazil|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Current team||Sporting Legacy|
Victor Andrade Santos, known as Victor Andrade, is an English footballer who plays as a central forward for English club Sporting Legacy. He is currently one of the most highly rated young English players.
Club career[edit | edit source]
Sporting Muff[edit | edit source]
Andrade's career started mid-way through season 16 when he was signed to Ireland League 1 side Sporting Muff. He was instantly injected into the team's first 11, scoring 23 goals in his 12 appearances for the season. Muff finished in second place, just one point ahead of Puckoon FC, marking the beginning of a league rivalry. Andrade played a significant role in propelling the team ahead of Puckoon, subsequently picking up four team awards and the competition award for top shooter.
During the following season, Andrade's form continued to improve thanks to the team's competitive atmosphere and experienced users. His partnership with fellow Muff striker Adam Flaherty flourished, laying down the foundations for strike force that would dominate the league. Victor played a staggering 18 full games out of a possible 22 that season, coming on once as a substitute. Sporting Muff successfully captured the league title, this time coming 4 points ahead of second-placed ForoCoches Rangers. Andrade won the top team shooter award.
Season 18 would be the last successful one for Muff, with tensions and inactivity eventually bringing an end to the club's ability to challenge for the title. Puckoon FC were the team's main rivals for the season, fielding an active line up and putting on strong performances. Andrade continued to improve, attaining a higher average rating than the previous season. He made four fewer appearances than in season 17, but managed to equal his goal tally. Despite this, Muff's degrading activity and Puckoon's consistent performances lead to the team's failure to win the title, finishing the season in second place. Andrade earned four team awards.
One game into season 19, Andrade was called up to the England U21 team by Beak er. Meanwhile, Sporting Muff struggled to retain players and managers. After half a season, manager Arsené Wenger and several core Muff players including Andrade moved across to England League 3 side FC 0 Shots on Goal.
Sporting Legacy[edit | edit source]
To be completed
Career Statistics[edit | edit source]
Club[edit | edit source]
As of 07 July 2014
|Sporting Muff||16||Ireland League 1||13||23||4||40%||94%||4||8.2||0||0||0||0|
|Sporting Legacy||19||England League 3||11||42||18||95%||98%||9||9.9||0||0||0||0|
Awards[edit | edit source]
As of 27 June 2014
|Sporting Muff||Ireland League 1||16||Top Team Man of the Match||4|
|Top Team Match Rating||8.2|
|Top Team Goal Scorer||23|
|Top Team Shooter||93.9%|
|Top Competition Shooter||93.9%|
|17||Top Team Shooter||95.7%|
|18||Top Team Man of the Match||5|
|Top Team Match Rating||8.6|
|Top Team Dribbler||91.7%|
|Top Team Goal Scorer||34|
|19||Top Team Goal Scorer||19|
|Sporting Legacy||England League 3||Most Fouls Against in Team||0.6|
|Top Team Man of the Match||9|
|Top Team Match Rating||9.9|
|Top Team Goal Scorer||42|
|Top Team Shooter||97.9%|
|Top Competition Match Rating||9.9|
|Top Competition Shooter||97.9%|