Synonyms for bebeto or Related words with bebeto
Examples of "bebeto"
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, who was born in Salvador, Brazil, started his career in 1983 with Vitória.
returned to play for native club Flamengo, but after just 15 games,
returned to Spain to play for Sevilla, for whom he never scored. In 1997,
joined Cruzeiro for just one match, the 1997 Intercontinental Cup final against Borussia Dortmund. Despite his presence, the Belo Horizonte side lost the match 2–0.
returned to goalscoring form at native clubs Vitória in late 1997 and Botafogo in early 1998, which saw him being picked for Brazil's World Cup defence in 1998.
The top scorer was Brazilian
. He scored six times, including three in the final group stage.
features in EA Sports' "FIFA" video game series; he was on the cover of certain editions of "FIFA 97".
" Zongo (born 8 October 1980 in Bobo-Dioulasso) is a former Burkinabé football player and current coach.
The players most frequently used that campaign were: Liaño - Nando, Ribera, Djukic, Voro, López-Rekarte - Fran, Donato, Aldana - Manjarín,
Bara Mamadou Lamine Ndiaye (born 31 December 1991 in Tivaouane) commonly known as Bara
is a Senegalese football player who currently plays for Gyirmót.
The players most frequently used that campaign were: Liaño - Nando, Voro, Djukic, Ribera, López-Rekarte - Fran, Mauro Silva, Donato -
In January 2013, Carlos Alberto was named one of the six Ambassadors of 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, others being Ronaldo,
, Mário Zagallo, Amarildo and Marta.
The players most frequently used that campaign were: Liaño - Nando/Villarroya, Paco, Djukic, Voro, López-Rekarte - Fran, Donato, Aldana/Alfredo - Manjarín,
Vasco: Acácio; Luiz Carlos Winck, Quiñónez, Marco Aurélio and Mazinho; Zé do Carmo, Marco Antônio Boiadeiro and Bismarck; Sorato,
and William. Head coach: Nelsinho Rosa.
Roberto de Jesus Machado (born 1 January 1990), known as
, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for São Bento as an right back
Morteza Kermani-Moghaddam (), a.k.a. Mojtaba Kermani-Magham (), is a former Iranian football player. He is currently the assistant coach of Paykan.his nickname the 'Iranian
became a household name for his goal celebration in the 1994 World Cup in the United States. His wife had delivered their third child just days before a quarter-final match against the Netherlands in the scorching heat of Dallas. After scoring,
ran to the sideline, brought his arms together and began rocking an imaginary baby. Teammates Romário and Mazinho quickly joined in. That child, a boy who was named Mattheus, now plays with the youth side of Brazilian club Flamengo.
He has played alongside several musicians, among them Alberto Chimelli, Antonio Adolfo, Arthur Verocai,
Castilho, Cristóvão Bastos, Edson Lobo, Edson Frederico, Jota Moraes, Kimson Plaut, Luiz Roberto (Cariocas), Luiz Claudio Ramos, Luiz Eça, Luiz Carlos Vinhas, Luiz Alves, Mauro Senise, Marvio Ciribelli, Nilson Matta, Brazilian Symphony Orchestra, Orival Boreli, Paulo Moura, Paulo Pugliesi, Rafael Rabello, Rio Jazz Orchestra, Ricardo do Canto, Renato Ramalho Jr., Sydney Moreira, Sergio Barrozo, and Tião Neto.
The period of the 1970s was the best in the club history. Nejmeh dominated the Lebanese scene, after becoming known worldwide many famous players played matches with Nejmeh as honour guests like: Pele and
Mattheus is son of former Brazilian player
, and became widely known just days after his birth due to his father's 'cradle-rocking' celebration on scoring a crucial goal against the Netherlands in the 1994 FIFA World Cup quarterfinals.
With six goals, Hernán Crespo of Argentina and
of Brazil are the top scorers in the tournament. In total, 90 goals were scored by 55 different players, with three of them credited as own goals.
With six goals,
is the top scorer in the tournament. In total, 55 goals were scored by 30 different players, with only one of them credited as own goal.
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