Belloumi, Fabrício Isidoro and Mattheus Oliveira are heirs of former stars seen between 1982 and 1998
Farense’s recital over Chaves (5-0) had honorable signatures, a remarkable prestige in that first victory for José Mota’s team in the championship. The rout was scored by Mohamed Belloumi in the 3-0, by Fabrício Isidoro in the 4-0 and by Mattheus Oliveira in the 5-0… for three globalist figures, inspirational for many players and, certainly, with a disarming influence on the paths chosen by their children. Two of them are soon engraved with the nicknames of ace, but Mattheus Oliveira also inherited the genetic stamp of choice. The magic is in the boot and this Farense has representatives from all the World Cups played between 1982, in Spain, and 1998, in France.
Speaking of Fabrício Isidoro, the all-terrain player from Farense, captain of the Algarve, we have to go back to the career of his father, Paulo Isidoro, legend of Atlético Mineiro and attacking midfielder and an integral part of the fantastic Spain 1982 squad, alongside by Zico, Sócrates, Junior, Falcão and Cerezo.
At the 1982 World Cup, Algeria’s great star was also Lakhdar Belloumi. He and Madjer were the men in the Maghrebians’ sensational triumph over Germany (2-1). Mohamed Belloumi, a winger with refined technique, a revelation at the beginning of this season for Farense, can be guided by the limelight turned on by his father, who also played in the 1986 World Cup.
The following World Cups, in 1990, 1994 and 1998, were all played by Bebeto, unforgettable for the Brazilians for his contribution to winning the 1994 World Cup, forming a wonderful duo with Romário. Four years later, he repeated all the way to the final, but in the company of Ronaldo Fenómeno, watching Brazil crushed by France (3-0). With 15 games and six goals in World Cups, beloved in A Coruña, where he was part of Super Dépor, not forgetting his gift for accurate shots at Flamengo and Vasco da Gama, Bebeto has closely followed the evolution of Mattheus Oliveira in Portugal, who he has already played for several seasons with Estoril, Sporting, V. Guimarães, Mafra, in the II Liga, and now, Farense.