| Sao Paulo, Brazil|
| Sidney Aparecido Ramos da Silva|
(1982-12-24) December 24, 1982 (age 32)
Sidão (footballer) Wikipedia
Sidney Aparecido Ramos da Silva (born 24 December 1982), commonly known as Sidão, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for São Paulo FC as a goalkeeper.
Born in São Paulo, Sidão was a Corinthians youth graduate. After failing to appear with the main squad, he would spend the most of his career playing mainly for lower sides in the same state.
On 28 June 2012 Sidão joined Audax. With the side he was mainly used as a backup, but after the injury of the starter Felipe Alves in 2016, he was promoted as first-choice and appeared regularly as his club reached the Campeonato Paulista finals for the first time in its history.
On 24 May 2016, Sidão was loaned to Botafogo until the end of the year.
Sidão would be a key player for São Paulo in 2017 Florida Cup. He defended four penalties, two ones at semifinals against argentine side River Plate and two other ones at final against fierce rivals Corinthians. He felt herself impressed after figuring out he broke Rogério Ceni's, his coach, record: Ceni defended two penalties in his two first matches for Tricolor. This way, São Paulo won 2017 Florida Cup, and Sidão was considered best player on final.São Paulo
Florida Cup: 2017