Involved in family feuds with Karina Bacchi, he is a child of Flamengo and has made a career abroad

Involved in family feuds with Karina Bacchi, he is a child of Flamengo and has made a career abroad

The former striker flamengo Amaury Nunes made the news again by publicly declaring that he misses his son Enrico Bacchi, who is the result of his marriage to model Karina Bacchi. The former athlete turned businessman posted a message congratulating the boy and regretting the distance between the two. The former player played in few teams in Brazil and made a career abroad.

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The former player was revealed by RubroNegro in the base categories. He even played for Bangu’s professional team when he was young. However, his playing career in Brazil ended at Mo├ža Bonita.

KNOW THE PLAYER’S CAREER
Like many players, Amaury Nunes had a quick run through national teams but defended several clubs abroad.

At the age of 20, the athlete from Rio de Janeiro began studying and playing in US university teams. Interest generated by a friend of the player.

Excelling in varsity sports, Nunes attracted the interest of professional teams and eventually played for several teams around the country. Between 2005 and 2010, while in the United States, he played for teams in Fresno, Fuego, Charlotte Eagles, Rochester Rhinos and Charleston Battery. After the successes of the seasons in the teams, Amaury gained attention and ended up in Asian football.

The businessman, who also had stints with India’s Churchill Brothers, Hong Kong’s Citizen AA and Thailand’s TOT SC, retired in 2013 after suffering multiple injuries.

BUSINESS CAREER
Leaving the pitch, the former player, who was already planning his future off the pitch, decided in 2008 to open A10 Academy, a company dedicated to the field of sports exchange, a decision he made based on the experience gained says the former track and field athlete, who juggled his studies and football.

I decided to help young people who, like me, have this dream of playing football without giving up their studies. In an interview with the UOL portal, Amaury Nunes explained his pride in having already sent more than 500 young people to the USA to study and do sports.

Amaury is also the owner of A10, a professional football mentoring company founded in 2014 specializing in contract negotiation, career management and placement. The agency’s successful cases include players Diego Costa and Luis Henrique, exFluminense.