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Examples of "elano"
Elano Blumer (born 14 June 1981), simply known as Elano, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder, and the current assistant manager of Santos.
It is well known as the birthplace of footballer Elano.
On 14 November 2009, Elano made an assist in a friendly against England. Nilmar ran between two defenders to head a long pass from Elano past goalkeeper Ben Foster and score the winning goal in a 1–0 victory.
On 17 June 2015, however, Elano agreed to a loan back to former club Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League, again as their marquee player. During his second season with the team, Elano helped Chennaiyin win the ISL championship, defeating Goa 3–2 on 20 December 2015. However, following the final, Elano was involved in controversy in which he was arrested by the Goan police for allegedly assaulting Goa co-owner Dattaraj Salgaocar. Elano was released after spending the night with the Goan police before returning to Brazil the next day. Following the incident, Elano plead his innocence while video of the altercation between him and Salgaocar showed Elano trying to calm the situation down instead of trying to start a conflict. In the end, Elano was not charged by the AIFF, the Indian Super League organizers, or the Goan police. In August 2016, it was revealed that when selling his stake in FC Goa, one of the conditions of Salgaocar was that Elano would not be able to return to the Indian Super League for at least two seasons.
The Top scorer award went to Liédson and Elano, who scored 11 goals.
On 19 November 2008, Elano scored in the 6–2 victory over Portugal in a friendly. Elano scored his sixth international goal against Italy with an all set up by his former Manchester City teammate Robinho, who went on to score Brazil's second goal. Elano then set up the match-winning goal for Lúcio, completing a stunning second-half comeback in the final of the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup against the United States, helping the "Seleção" win a third trophy in the competition.
[[File:Elano Chennaiyin FC.jpg|thumb|220px|[[Elano]] was part of the inaugural class of marquee players in the ISL.]]
From December 2010 to January 2011, TEISA bought 5% and 20% rights of Neymar and Elano respectively.
Brazil took the lead in the fourth minute through Júlio Baptista, set up by Elano. Thirty minutes later, however, Elano went off injured to be replaced by Dani Alves. Alves sent in a cross in the 40th minute, which Ayala deflected for an own goal past Abbondanzieri to double Brazil's lead at half time.
His performances at the end of the 2007–08 season pleased the then manager Sven-Göran Eriksson, who claimed that the "Real Elano is Back". Elano proved himself to be highly versatile, playing in many positions for Manchester City throughout the 2007–08 season, including full-back in the 3–1 home win against Portsmouth. Elano finished the season with a goal in the 8–1 defeat at Middlesbrough on the last day of the Premier League season. His first season saw him score ten goals and as many assists in all competitions.
Santos: Fábio Costa; Michel, Preto, Alex and Léo, Paulo Almeida, Renato, Elano and Diego; Robinho and Alberto. Head coach: Émerson Leão.
In the following day, he made his debut on Santos, against Avaí, playing the last 4 minutes after coming off the bench to replace Elano.
The league saw stars such as Robert Pirès, Nicolas Anelka, David Trezeguet, Alessandro Del Piero, David James, Elano, and Luis Garcia come to India.
The first Indian Super League golden boot was won by Elano of Chennaiyin FC in 2014 after he finished as the top scorer with 8 goals.
After the injuries of Luís Fabiano and Elano, Carlos Eduardo and Grafite were brought into the squad against Republic of Ireland. He played that match as a substitute.
Santos: Fábio Costa; Maurinho, André Luís, Alex and Léo; Paulo Almeida, Renato, Elano and Diego (Robert, and then Michel); Robinho and William (Alexandre). Head coach: Émerson Leão.
On 6 January 2015, it was reported that Elano was now a free agent and that he would be pursuing a move back to Brazil.
After the 2015 Indian Super League final, Elano was arrested for allegedly physically assaulting the co-owner of FC Goa. This case has now been referred to the ISL disciplinary committee. The ISL has taken a "serious view of the unsporting behavior by the Goa franchise and alleged unsporting behavior of certain players of the teams on and off the field." Meanwhile, Chennaiyian fans poured their support for Elano and condemned the unsporting behavior of FC Goa owners.
Known for his accurate passing and precise set pieces, Elano started his career at Santos, and spent six years in Europe in the service of Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City and Galatasaray. He returned to Santos in 2011, and later joined fellow league teams Grêmio and Flamengo, before signing for Chennaiyin of the Indian Super League as their marquee player. In 2015, after finishing the season as league top scorer, Elano rejoined Santos for a third spell.
In 2007, Elano participated in the Copa América, playing four games for Brazil, including the final against Argentina, during which he assisted a goal before being substituted out due to injury.