Synonyms for denilson or Related words with denilson

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Examples of "denilson"
Denilson Martins Nascimento (born 4 September 1976), simply known as Denilson, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Bonsucesso Futebol Clube as a striker.
Denilson Martinho Gabionetta known as Denilson (born 5 October 1985) is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a left winger who plays for China League One side Hangzhou Greentown.
Denilson Hernandes Santos Sineiro, usually known as Denilson (born 4 July 1987 in São Luís, Maranhão) is a Brazilian football player at the position of defender. He currently plays for Palmeiras B.
Denilson Antonio Paludo (born October 8, 1972) is a former Brazilian football player.
Denilson has previously played for Bahia in the Copa do Brasil.
In November 2012, Isaula became only the second player to reach 440 matches in Honduran football, behind Denilson Costa.
Cartola was biographed in the book "Divino Cartola — Uma Vida em Verde e Rosa". It was written by Denilson Monteiro and released in January 2013.
Denilson Costa (born 10 June 1968 in São João de Meriti) is a Brazilian and naturalized Honduran football coach and former player.
Denilson made his debut for his adopted homecountry Honduras in an October 2003 friendly match against Bolivia and has earned a total of 5 caps, scoring no goals.
In January 2001, Olimpia beat the Mexican teams of Toluca and Pachuca. The team, managed by Edwin Pavón triumphed over Toluca with a goal from Robert Lima, 3 goals from Denilson Costa, and one from Alex Pineda Chacon. The lineup for that match was: Donaldo González, Gerson Vásquez, Robert Lima, Samuel Caballero, Nerlin Membreño, Christian Santamaría, Arnold Cruz, Danilo Tosello, José Luis Pineda, Alex Pineda, Denilson Costa, Carlos Paez, and Elmer Marín.
Born in Salvador, Bahia, Denilson moved abroad at the age of 20. He was, however, limited to reserve team football with both Feyenoord and Paris Saint-Germain FC, and signed with Portuguese club C.F. União de Lamas in January 1998.
César Delgado, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez hold the record of being the overall top goalscorers in FIFA Club World Cup history with five goals. Denilson and Mohamed Aboutrika share fifth place with four goals each.
He is currently the all-time top goalscorer in the Honduran National Football League with 196 goals, and was the second player to reach 150 goals after Denilson Costa.
Denilson married Costa Rican Mirta Yorleni Ortiz whom he met while playing in Limón. She is a niece of former Costa Rican international Enrique Rivers. He became a Honduran citizen in 2002.
The song was written by Marcelo Mira, Deeplick, Denilson Miller and Samille Joker and talks about jealousy and betrayal. It was chosen as album's 2nd single after a voting process by the fans that took place on Twitter.
Denílson Pereira Júnior, better known as Denílson Pereira, or simply Denílson or Denilson (Rio de Janeiro, 18 July 1995) is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a forward. Currently plays for Avaí, on loan from Granada.
A creative and technically gifted left-footed player, Denilson was mainly known for his dribbling skills, in particular for his use of several feints to beat opponents such as the "step over", which he frequently employed. Despite his talent, he was considered by some to not have fulfilled the potential he showed at the start of his career.
The three policemen who responded to the shooting were decorated for bravery by Brazilian vice-president Michel Temer on April 12, 2011. Third Sergeant Márcio Alexandre Alves was promoted to Second Sergeant; Corporals Denilson Francisco de Paula and Ednei Feliciano da Silva were promoted to Third Sergeant.
Daejeon repeated its placing of 2004, finishing the regular season in 10th out of 15, with Gyeongnam FC entering the K League for the first time in 2006. Goal scoring had improved, with Brazilian import Denilson featuring among the top scorers of the league, with 7 goals. Average to middling results were achieved in the cup competitions.
Aboutrika scored the winner goal for Al-Ahly in a 2-1 victory over Japanese side Sanfrecce Hiroshima. A goal secured his team a place in the Quarter-finals. Al-Ahly came fourth in the tournament. Aboutrika became the joint all-time top scorer in the FIFA Club World Cup with 4 goals along with Lionel Messi and Denilson.