Brazilian striker Djalmir, who had finished his career five years ago, is back at age 42 as a reinforcer of Olhanense, who plays for the Portuguese Football Championship, and has already been a member of the Portuguese Football Federation.
The player is training with the Algarve team a few weeks ago and, with the inscription in the services of the federation already carried out, it will be up to coach Ivo Soares to decide when it will be possible to officially debut.
Djalmir, the main figure of the Olhão club in recent decades, "hung his boots" for the first time at the end of the 2011/2012 season to become Olhanense's manager.
He ended up coming back to action midway through the next season, due to a lack of options in the team's attack, then in the I Liga and guided by Manuel Cajuda, who would be replaced by Bruno Saraiva in the last days.
After the season 2012/2013 – played eight games and scored a goal -, then placed the second point in the career, now again "interrupted."