Leandro Augusto

Leandro Augusto Oldoni Stachelski (born 18 August 1977), known simply as Leandro Augusto, is a retired Brazilian football midfielder, naturalized as Mexican, best known in Brazil for playing in Botafogo-RJ.wikipedia
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Club Tijuana

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Kicking off their inaugural season in the Primera Division, Tijuana signed José Sand, Leandro Augusto, Fernando Arce, Egidio Arévalo and Dayro Moreno would move to Tijuana for a fee of US$3.5 m. during summer 2011.

Club León

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Now with the decline in the city several protests demanding that the government recover the club, Roberto Cermak meanwhile noted that the team had not dropped because they would gain promotion to occupy 20th place and stated that they would not pay 5 million to the federation until Atlante did well, promotional series was against Veracruz where the leader had to swallow his words when his team lacked variants round losing 3–1 with 2 goals from Carlos Casartelli, 1 Fernando Juarez, Leon pulled by Leandro Augusto, the second leg was developed before a sellout at the Nou Camp where only Jarochos waited to take the tie to 0 to the despair of asking fans Cermak exit, the game ended in formalizing finally decline.

Association football

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Leandro Augusto Oldoni Stachelski (born 18 August 1977), known simply as Leandro Augusto, is a retired Brazilian football midfielder, naturalized as Mexican, best known in Brazil for playing in Botafogo-RJ.

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Leandro Augusto Oldoni Stachelski (born 18 August 1977), known simply as Leandro Augusto, is a retired Brazilian football midfielder, naturalized as Mexican, best known in Brazil for playing in Botafogo-RJ.

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*Apertura 2007 – Best Defensive Midfielder

San Pedro Sula

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