Synonyms for careca or Related words with careca

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Examples of "careca"
Two contemporaries of Careca, which like him played for the Brazil national football team, were also called Careca and are thus sometimes confused with him: Careca II and Careca Bianchezi.
He should not be confused with Careca (Antônio de Oliveira Filho) or Careca Bianchezi, also notable Brazilian strikers, active at the same time.
Careca previously played for Cerezo Osaka in the J2 League.
Careca signed with Al Qadsia in Kuwaiti Premier League, but the deal fell through soon after. In December 2015 it was announced that Careca would be joining Chonburi for the 2016 season.
Hamilton de Souza (born September 27, 1968), better known as Careca or Careca II, is a former Brazilian footballer who played as a striker. He was born in Passos, Minas Gerais.
The word careca is Portuguese for 'bald'. It was a nickname given to Careca as a child because of his admiration for a famous Brazilian clown of the same name.
Careca retired having played 64 games for Brazil, and scored 30 goals.
Team: Carlos , Leandro , Juninho Fonseca , Edinho , Wladimir , Batista , Pita , Zico , Lúcio , Careca and Biro-Biro
Careca II played four games for the Brazilian national football team but did not score.
Careca played in the Nacional (SP) on loan from Corinthians Paulista.
Careca (born 1960) is a former Brazilian footballer who played as a striker.
Careca II played for several Brazilian clubs as Cruzeiro, Atlético Mineiro and Coritiba and also for Sporting CP in Portugal.
Team: Gilmar , Alfinete , Ricardo Rocha , Dario Pereyra , Nelsinho , Bernardo , Pita , Jorginho , Sérgio Araújo , Careca and João Paulo
Team: Ronaldo , Gil Baiano , Adílson , Marcelo , Biro-Biro , César Sampaio , Tiba , Luís Fernando , Renato Gaúcho , Mazinho and Careca Bianchesi
Team: Marcelo , Gil Baiano , Márcio Santos , Ricardo Rocha , Leonardo , Mauro Silva , Júnior , Neto , Mazinho , Túlio and Careca Bianchesi
Team: Rafael , Luiz Carlos Winck , Leandro , Mauro Galvão , Baby , Dema , Alemão , Rubén Paz , Marinho , Careca and Ado
Alexandre Diogo Machado, nicknamed Careca, is an Angolan handball coach for Angolan handball club Interclube and the Angolan national team.
Careca competed for Brazil at the 1988 Summer Olympics. In the first round, he started three times in the front line with the famed Romario but did not score and was each time substituted for Bebeto. Careca also played each of Brazil's three games in the knock-out stages and won the silver medal, after Brazil lost the final against the Soviet Union.
Antônio de Oliveira Filho (born 5 October 1960), better known as Careca (), is a Brazilian former footballer, who was deployed as a forward. During his career Careca played for several clubs, he is most famous for his time with Italian side Napoli and also his contributions to the Brazilian national football team.
However, his second season was far more successful. The team won the UEFA Cup, with Careca scoring a goal in each leg of the final, one a memorable lobbed goal, and finished second in Serie A, also reaching the Coppa Italia final that season. In 1990, Careca finally won the Scudetto with Napoli, following the success up with the first ever Supercoppa Italiana. Careca would spend a further three years with Napoli, establishing a partnership with Gianfranco Zola, during which Napoli failed to win any silverware.