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Armandinho Manjate (born 1970) is a former Brazilian footballer and currently the U15 Boys Assistant Coach for the Ontario Soccer Association.
Manjate began his football career in Portugal at the youth level with Sporting Clube de Portugal. He would have stints with S.C. Olhanense. In the late 1980s he moved to Canada to play in the Canadian National Soccer League with Toronto Italia. He had a successful career with Italia winning two regular season championships, and two CNSL Championship. In 1991, he signed with Toronto First Portuguese. and signed with the North York Rockets in 1993. In 1996, he signed with Toronto Supra and was appointed the team captain for the 1996 CNSL season. Manjate would help Toronto finish third in the league standings and thus secured a postseason berth. In the postseason Supra faced St. Catharines Wolves in the semi-finals, but lost to score of 2-1 on goals on aggregate.
In 1997, Manjate signed with newly expansion franchise Toronto Lynx of the USL A-League, and his signing was announced on April, 1997. He made his debut for the club on April 12, 1997 in a match against Jacksonville Cyclones. He helped Toronto reach the playoffs by finishing fourth in the Northeastern Division.