The ex-Sevilla goalkeeper Beto, rescued by Farense

Beto has returned to the football elite to occupy the goal of Farense, a Portuguese League team that is fighting for salvation.

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Beto Pimparel, one of the most successful goalkeepers in Portugal who played for Sevilla between 2013 and 2016, has returned to the football elite to occupy the goal of Farense, a Portuguese League team that is fighting for salvation.

What seemed the twilight of his career, since he was a member of the Leixões of the second Portuguese and on May 1 he will turn 39, has become a category jump, because the Faro team has been left without its goalkeeper incumbent, Brazilian Defendi, who suffers a broken ankle.

Beto is one of the footballers with the most Europa League to his credit, since he has a total of four: three with Sevilla and one with Porto.

The goalkeeper, 17 times caps for Portugal, also won the first edition of the Nations League with the team of "las quinas" .

According to the Faro club, the goalkeeper, who will carry out his first training session with the group this morning, will have a contract with the club until the end of the season.

"I did not imagine returning to the first league (...) Farense is my new home and the new goal that I am going to defend," Beto wrote on his social networks.

After last matchday, Farense is the red lantern of the Portuguese League and is two points away from salvation.

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