A midfielder with an eye for attacking and a vision to tear defences apart, Guilherme Camacho is a professional football player from Brazil. From the very beginning, Camacho was identified as someone who could really make a difference with his vision and knack of picking out teammates in dangerous positions. It was this lethal passing ability that got him into the youth team, at Flamengo, at the tender age of eight.
For the next 9 seasons, Camacho would steadily rise through the ranks of the Flamengo youth academy and make his way to the first team. In 2008, that moment finally came when Camacho was named to the Brazilian giant’s first team squad. However, he would not get a game with the team and was sent out on loan to Parana Clube.
Camacho would make his professional debut with Parana Clube, albeit in the second division. Camacho just got four games for the first team and made his way back to Flamengo at the end of the season. However, games would be rare for Camacho and in 2010, the club decided to send him out on another loan spell, this time to Goais Esporte Clube.
After just 3 games, Camacho was called back by Flamengo; however he only managed to notch up a grand total of 15 appearances for the team. He moved to Bahia in search of regular football, in 2011, and was rewarded with more appearances. Camacho has already played 11 times in his third loan spell so far.
He was part of the Brazilian Under-19 team in 2009, the same year when he was part of the Flamengo side that won the 2009 Serie A title.