Dedé Anderson de Oliveira Gomes is a professional Brazilian footballer who played forward.
He began his career playing for Vasco da Gama and Bahia in the Campeonato Brasileiro.
He made a name for himself in Scandinavia after joining Swedish club Hammarby in 2003, where he had a successful spell scoring 8 goals in his first season. The next season he joined fellow top division side Kalmar FF scoring 10 league goals in 2004 and 6 in 2005 before leaving Kalmar FF under a cloud to join Norwegian second division side Aalesunds F.K. at the start of the 2006 season.
He earned fame immediately after punching a player from rival club Molde FK in a pre-season friendly and got suspended the first two games of the season. He later made a strong impact in his first season alongside fellow striker Tor Hogne Aarøy, scoring 14 league goals and helping AaFK to second place and promotion back to the Norwegian top division.
He returned to Brazil for the holidays after the season ended in November, but did not report back for training in January as agreed and was subsequently suspended by Aalesunds F.K. in March 2007. He was later granted a one year unpaid leave from the club with an agreement to be back in training by 3 January 2008, but again he did not report back as scheduled.
In January 2009 he finally returned to Ålesund determined to play out the final season of his contract with AaFK. However, manager Kjetil Rekdal deemed him unfit for top level football. After two months of training, during which his progress was hampered by injury, the club opted to release him from his contract in March 2009.