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Examples of "costinha"
Paulo Rebelo Costinha Castro (born 22 September 1973), known as Costinha, is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Costinha is real name Francisco José Rodrigues da Costa Júnior, former Portuguese football midfielder.
Costinha is a Portuguese surname and nickname, it may refer to:
On 12 June 2013, Costinha was appointed at fellow league team F.C. Paços de Ferreira, who had made the qualifying rounds of the Champions League for the first time in its history. His midfield partner for Portugal and three clubs, Maniche, was hired as assistant; but Costinha was sacked after only four months, however, due to poor results.
In June 2011, in the same capacity, Costinha joined Servette FC, with the Swiss team being managed by countryman João Alves. It was reported that the pair did not see eye to eye on certain issues, and in November 2011, Alves was fired and replaced by João Carlos Pereira. The team's results worsened under Peireira and in April 2012, both Pereira and Costinha were fired, with Alves being reinstated as manager; Costinha reportedly contested the terms of his removal, claiming that his contract extended until June 2013.
Costinha finished his international career with 53 caps and two goals, having been rarely called during the Euro 2008 qualifying stage.
João José Pereira da Costa (born 25 August 1992 in Coimbra), known as Costinha, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Vitória F.C. as a forward.
Pedro Miguel Neves da Costa (born 11 March 1994 in Abrantes, Santarém District), known as Costinha, is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a central defender.
Costinha was hired as manager of S.C. Beira-Mar on 18 February 2013, replacing Ulisses Morais. He left the club on 22 May after its top flight relegation.
On 20 June 2016, Costinha took over at Académica de Coimbra, recently relegated from the top division; Maniche again assisted him, until leaving for personal reasons in October.
João Alexandre Graça Rodrigues (born 7 December 1985 in Setúbal), known as Costinha, is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a midfielder.
On the other hand, Porto were coming from another Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira victory. The team's midfielder and captain Costinha assured that Valencia would be "an even tougher match" as it is "a very experienced team with good players". Remembering the Super Cup defeat against Milan in the previous year, Costinha showed no doubts: "... this time things are going to be different. I'm confident we can win".
Francisco José Rodrigues da Costa, (born 1 December 1974), known as Costinha (), is a retired Portuguese footballer who played as a defensive midfielder, and the current manager of Académica de Coimbra.
Maniche was subsequently signed by Atlético Madrid in late August 2006. Partnering countrymen Costinha and Zé Castro, he scored four goals in 28 La Liga matches in his first season, as the capital team finished seventh.
Costinha played more than 50 times with Portugal, appearing with the national team in one World Cup and two European Championships and being part of the squad that reached the final in Euro 2004.
In six consecutive seasons, Aurélio only missed three league games for Belenenses combined. In 2007, however, after having lost his position to Paulo Costinha and often being as low as third-choice, he retired from professional football aged 37.
Pedro Alexandre da Silva da Costa (born 18 December 1978), also known as Costinha, is a Portuguese professional futsal coach who is the current head coach of Japanese club Nagoya Oceans. A former player, he played as a universal.
In the 2012–13 season, they surprisingly qualified for the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League play-offs for the first time in their history after achieving 3rd place in the league by passing favourites Braga and Sporting CP, making it their highest finish ever. The club were managed that season by Paulo Fonseca, who left at the end to join FC Porto, and was replaced by Costinha. Costinha's side were drawn against Russians Zenit St. Petersburg in their play-off, and lost the two games. Due to bad results and the last place in the Primeira Liga, in October 2013 Henrique Calisto returned to Paços de Ferreira and replaced Costinha.
In 2002, Helton's contract with Vasco expired and he signed with Portuguese club U.D. Leiria. He made his official debut on 9 March 2003 in a 3–1 home win against Académica de Coimbra for the Taça de Portugal, and backed up Paulo Costinha in his first season.
Evandro Costa Paes, known as Evandro Costa, Evandro Costinha or Ev Costa, (Duque de Caxias, March 11, 1988) is a Portuguese-Brazilian music producer, Evangelical pastor, musician, poet, and radio and internet sports broadcaster. He hosts Basketball matches, Japanese football championship matches and other sporting events and championships.