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From 1994 to 1996, he had his best years with the team, contributing ten goals in 58 games as they won back-to-back national championships. At the end of the 2002–03 season, aged 32, Folha was finally released by Porto and joined F. C. Penafiel of the second division, helping to a return to the top flight in his first year. He retired from football in 2005, and joined his last team's coaching staff immediately afterwards, also serving a two-season stint as assistant manager, one in each of the major levels.  Folha returned to Porto once again in 2008, being named assistant with the junior side and remaining in the position for several seasons. Later, he coached the reserves.  In June 2018, Folha replaced the departed Vítor Oliveira at the helm of top-division club Portimonense SC.
 He finished 12th in his first season on the Algarve, and resigned on 18 January 2020 when second from bottom having lost to last-placed C. D. Aves.  Folha returned to Porto B on 2 February 2021, taking over from Rui Barros – who had succeeded him – at the last-placed side in the second tier.  He secured their survival in the last matchday.  International career Folha earned 26 caps for Portugal over a three-year period, and was part of the roster for UEFA Euro 1996,  appearing in three matches in an eventual quarter-final exit and assisting Ricardo Sá Pinto in the 1–1 group stage draw against Denmark.  Previously, he helped the under-20 team win the 1989 FIFA World Youth Championship in Saudi Arabia.
António Folha - WikipediaIn this Portuguese name, the first or maternal family name is Dos Santos and the second or paternal family name is Folha. António Folha Folha managing Porto B in 2021Personal informationFull name António José dos Santos FolhaDate of birth 21 May 1971 (age 51)Place of birth Vila Nova de Gaia, PortugalHeight 1. 71 m (5 ft 7 in)Position(s) WingerClub informationCurrent team Porto B (manager)Youth career1981–1982 Canidelo1982–1989 PortoSenior career*Years Team Apps (Gls)1989–2003 Porto 135 (16)1989–1991 → Gil Vicente (loan) 72 (7)1992–1993 → Braga (loan) 31 (1)1998–1999 → Standard Liège (loan) 25 (3)2001 15 (2)2002 → AEK Athens (loan) 9 (0)2003–2005 Penafiel 50 (7)Total 337 (36)National team1989 Portugal U20 4 (0)1990–1992 Portugal U21 (1)1993–1996 Portugal 26 (5)Teams managed2005–2007 Penafiel (assistant)2008–2013 Porto (youth)2013–2014 Porto B (assistant)2014 Porto (assistant)2014–2016 Porto (youth)2016–2018 Porto B2018–2020 Portimonense2021– Porto B Honours Men's football Representing Portugal FIFA U-20 World Cup Winner 1989 Saudi Arabia *Club domestic league appearances and goals António José dos Santos Folha (born 21 May 1971) is a Portuguese retired professional footballer who played mostly as a winger, currently manager of FC Porto B.
 Career statistics Club Appearances and goals by club, season and competition Club Season League Cup League Cup Europe Other[a] Total Goals 1989–90 0 — 1991–92 2 1 12 1993–94 20 6 30 1994–95 27 3 5 37 1995–96 7 47 1996–97 1997–98 14 22 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 16 23 195 19 Gil Vicente (loan) 35 39 1990–91 78 Braga (loan) 1992–93 34 Standard Liège (loan) 17 AEK Athens (loan) 10 2003–04 28 2004–05 24 54 Career total 36 413 42 International goals Scores and results list Portugal's goal tally first, score column indicates score after each Folha goal.
He amassed Primeira Liga totals of 227 matches and 22 goals over 12 seasons, mainly in representation of Porto. He also appeared in the competition with Gil Vicente and Braga, and was part of the Portuguese squad at Euro 1996. Folha worked as a manager after retiring, starting out at Porto B before joining Portimonense in 2018. Club career Folha was born in Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto District. In his career he played mostly for FC Porto, with loan stints in Portugal, Belgium and Greece, being often used as a substitute by his main club where he won a total of 18 major titles (including seven Primeira Liga trophies and five Portuguese Cups).
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