Synonyms for argel_fucks or Related words with argel_fucks


Examples of "argel_fucks"
On 9 November 2014 Yago made his Série A debut, coming on as a second-half substitute in a 1–0 home win against state rivals Chapecoense. He was made a starter by manager Argel Fucks in the following year.
Only in a year, Portuguesa had five full-time managers (Guto Ferreira, Argel Fucks, Marcelo Veiga, Silas and Vágner Benazzi) and also one caretaker (Zé Augusto). All but the latter were sacked due to poor results.
Carlos was promoted to the main squad of "Figueira" in 2015 by manager Argel Fucks, and made his Série A debut on 10 May, coming on as a second-half substitute for Nirley in a 1–4 away loss against Sport.
After struggling to make his breakthrough, Laércio moved to Boa Esporte on loan in 2011. However, after being sparingly used during the season, he returned to Avaí in December, with his side being relegated from Série A. In the following season, Laércio began being more utilized after the arrival of Argel Fucks; however, his contract was not renewed and he was subsequently released.
In 2014 Campeonato Paulista, "Lusa" was placed in the Group C, with Santos, Ponte Preta, São Bernardo and Paulista. The club failed to win in their first five games, and saw Guto Ferreira's resignation as manager. Under Argel Fucks, the club fared better and finished fourth in the group, only four points behind second-placed Ponte.
After a major championship, becoming one of the leaders and pillars of the team that reached the final stage of the competition, now in the Championship of the First Division at Guaratinguetá team. After the competition, he returned to Catanduvense idol. Again in Catanduvense stood out and landed in Criciúma, team led by the young coach Argel Fucks, which achieved the desired access to the Serie B of the Brazilian Championship.
After the worst season since the start of the Primeira Liga, Benfica made significant changes, starting with bringing in former president of Futebol Clube de Alverca Luís Filipe Vieira to run all football-related affairs. One of his first decisions was transferring players deemed surplus to the new project, including Serhiy Kandaurov, Ronaldo Guiaro, José Calado, and both strikers of the previous season, Pierre van Hooijdonk and João Tomás. Argel Fucks, Ljubinko Drulović and Zlatko Zahovič, all players who gained notability at Porto, were added to the team, along with the highly expected Pedro Mantorras and Simão Sabrosa, the latter costing a record 12 million Euros. With Simão's signing, Filipe Vieira stated, "Now we have a dream-team".
Dida temporarily remained with the club in an internship role after his contract expired, as he began studying to earn his coaching badges. He took Brazilian Football Confederation-required courses in Teresópolis in December 2015 alongside former Brazil teammates Taffarel and Ricardinho, and watched Internacional's training sessions under the observation of then-current manager Argel Fucks in February 2016. In April 2016, he told "Gazzetta dello Sport" that he planned on continuing his studies in Italy through the following year, and expressed a desire to coach Milan in the future. On 9 June, Dida declared that he was not retired and was in search of a new club with whom to finish his playing career. On 13 November, it was reported that Dida had joined China League One club Shenzhen as an assistant coach under the helm of current head coach and former Milan teammate Clarence Seedorf.