Synonyms for djalminha or Related words with djalminha
Examples of "djalminha"
Team: Dida , Alberto , Gamarra , Adílson , Zé Roberto , Ricardinho , Goiano ,
, Rodrigo Fabri , Paulo Nunes and Renaldo
Team: Dida , Cafu , Antônio Carlos , Ricardo Rocha , Roberto Carlos , César Sampaio ,
, Roberto Cavalo , Edmundo , Alex Alves and Rivaldo
Luizão bloomed at Guarani Futebol Clube, playing alongside close friends
and Márcio Amoroso. Luizão (with
) was then transferred to Palmeiras, where he won many titles, including an São Paulo State Championship under the command of Vanderlei Luxemburgo, where he scored 22 of 102 squad goals.
The players most frequently used that campaign were: Songo'o - Bonnissel, Naybet, Paco, Armando - Fran, Flávio Conceiçao, Mauro Silva, Hadji,
returned to "Depor", joining its indoor football team alongside club greats Donato, Fran, Noureddine Naybet and Jacques Songo'o.
The players most frequently used that campaign were: Songo'o - Romero, Naybet, Donato, Manuel Pablo - Fran, Mauro Silva, Flávio Conceiçao, Víctor Sánchez,
In 2008, Fran returned to Deportivo, joining its indoor football team alongside club greats
, Donato, Noureddine Naybet and Jacques Songo'o.
The players most frequently used that campaign were: Songo'o - Romero, Naybet, Schürrer, Armando - Fran, Flávio Conceiçao, Mauro Silva, Hadji,
- 'Turu' Flores
Djalma Feitosa Dias (born 9 December 1970), known as
, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
After just 11 appearances for Deportivo in the 2003–04 campaign,
finished his career with Mexico's Club América, retiring at 34.
One of Djalma' sons,
, was also a footballer, a talented attacking midfielder who played namely for Deportivo de La Coruña, retiring in 2004.
So Deportivo signed players like Rivaldo and Flávio Conceição, and the experiences had been excellent. This caused the club to spend about €14 million for the season 1997/1998> on two new Brazilian players:
(26) and Luizão (21). Other new signings were Moroccan striker Bassir, Spanish defender Ramis and Nigerian goalkeeper Rufai. Now the team could line-up an impressive line consisting of Mauro Silva, Flávio Conceição, Rivaldo,
and Luizão and other teams noticed it too.
would have short stints with Guarani Futebol Clube and Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras (where he received the "Bola de Ouro" (Brazilian Golden Ball) award in 1996), with a short-lived Japanese adventure with Shimizu S-Pulse in between.
was due to be called to the 2002 FIFA World Cup, but was finally not chosen by Luiz Felipe Scolari after his incident with Irureta days before the announcement of the final squad, losing his place to Kaká.
Son of former footballer Djalma Dias,
("Little Djalma") was born in Santos, São Paulo, while his father was playing for Santos FC. However, he started his career at Clube de Regatas do Flamengo, based in Rio de Janeiro.
Carlinhos returned in 1991, in similar conditions. His squad had Júnior, near retirement, Zinho and a lot of newbies (among them
and Marcelinho). After winning 1991 Rio State Championship, he won the fifth Brazilian National Championship for Flamengo in the 1992 finals against Botafogo (3-0, 2-2).
He then followed
to Spain's Deportivo de La Coruña, but unlike the talented playmaker, Luizão failed to settle. He returned to Brazil to Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama. In July 2002, he had another unsuccessful abroad stint, with German Bundesliga side Hertha BSC, leaving the side on January 2004.
After having played two disappointing seasons out of the last three, president Lendoiro was looking for the final piece of the puzzle. The Riazor stadium had experienced new improvements and the squad consisted of quality players like Martins, Flávio Conceição,
, Donato, Fran, Mauro Silva and Naybet.
In February 1997, Denoncourt became the first female to referee a professional men's match in Brazil, when she officiated the opening Campeonato Paulista fixture between São José Esporte Clube and defending champions Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras. Her performance was criticized by the away team's players, coach and supporters after she sent off Cafu and disallowed a goal by
In the next two years, Valerón played for Atlético Madrid where he was an undisputed starter but, following the side's relegation in 2000, he joined Deportivo de La Coruña, sharing club and position with equally talented Brazilian
. He gradually would become first-choice, signing a contract to eventually see off the remainder of his career with the Galicians in February 2004.
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