Wilson Campos, Brazilian footballer, Died at 65

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Wilson Campos or Wilson Ferreira de Campos was born on February 17, 1950, and died on October 30, 2015.

He was a Brazilian footballer who played at right-Guarani, Santos, Commercial and Ribeirao-Black Botafogo in the 60s and 70s.

Wilson lived in Campinas and was retired from Sanasa, Sabesp.

Wilson was a part of the Campos Santos great team of the 60s, including Clodoaldo, Delgado Ramos, Pepe, Gylmar dos Santos Neves, Joel Camargo and of course, King Pelé.

In the 70s in Guarani, the club where he began his career in 1968, he saw the beginning of career players who would become famous, case Flamarion, Tobias (goalkeeper champion Sao Paulo at Corinthians 77) and Amaral (quarterback who defended Corinthias, Santos and the Brazilian national team).

Wilson passed away at age 65 in October 2015.

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