Synonyms for edmilson or Related words with edmilson

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Examples of "edmilson"
Edmilson Marques Pardal (simply known as Edmilson) is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for Bonsucesso FC in Brazil as a Forward.
Edmilson Dias de Lucena (born 29 May 1968), known simply as Edmilson, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a forward.
Edmilson Junior, commonly known as Edmilson (born 19 August 1994 in Liège) is a Belgian footballer who plays as a winger for Belgian Pro League club Standard Liège.
Edmilson Junior's father, Edmilson, is a Brazilian former footballer who played for Standard Liège and Seraing in Belgium in the 1990s.
Edmilson dos Santos Silva, or simply Edmilson (born September 15, 1982), is a Brazilian striker. He currently plays for Sport Recife.
Edmilson Alves (born February 17, 1976), is a Brazilian midfielder.
Presently Edmilson Nery is back the group since 2014.
Edmilson de Carvalho (born 19 June 1994), better known as Mylson, is an Angolan musician.
Edmilson Rodrigues (born 26 May 1957) was mayor of Belém in Brazil.
Edmilson da Silva Melo (born 2 June 1980) is a former Brazilian footballer.
Edmilson played twice for Flamengo at 2002 Copa Libertadores. He also played for Brasiliense.
On 29 June 2011, Urawa announced that Edmilson would leave Japan to join Qatari club Al-Gharafa.
Having won 40 caps with Brazil, Edmilson represented the nation at the 2002 World Cup, helping it win the tournament.
Edmilson Carlos Abel (Ferraz de Vasconcelos born February 23, 1974) is a Brazilian football player who last played Veranópolis.
In 2007, he had two professional MMA fights in Brazil, losing to Alexandre Aranha by Submission and defeating Edmilson Domingos.
Edmilson Ferreira, shortly Castor (born March 10, 1979) is a Brazilian footballer who plays as an offensive midfielder for Operário (MS)
He and his brother Edmilson, came to Honduras to Marathon and after two season they left to Motagua because they didn't fit into Manuel Keosseian's tactics.
Edmilson de Carvalho Barbosa (born 5 May 1979 in Sao Paulo) is a Brazilian footballer who currently played for Federação de Futebol de Mato Grosso do Sul.
He has four younger football playing brothers: former Flamengo midfielder Nélio, Cruzeiro- and Brazilian World Cup defender Gilberto, Nilberto and Edmilson who both played in Honduras.
O Shaolin do Sertão is 2016 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Halder Gomes and starring Edmilson Filho, Fábio Goulart and Bruna Hamú.