Synonyms for fernandão or Related words with fernandão
Examples of "fernandão"
On 20 July 2012, Internacional, after the firing of Dorival Júnior, announced
as their new coach. On 20 November, however,
was dismissed by the club's directory.
(1978–2014) was a Brazilian coach and former footballer.
Team:Rogério Ceni Ilsinho , Fabão , Índio , Kléber Mineiro , Lucas Leiva ; Zé Roberto , Wágner
played for Volta Redonda in 2009 Campeonato Carioca. In 2010 he left for Macaé Esporte Futebol Clube.
Fernando Lúcio da Costa, better known as
(18 March 1978 – 7 June 2014), was a Brazilian footballer.
José Fernando Viana de Santana, simply known as
(born 27 March 1987), is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a striker for Turkish club Fenerbahçe.
Fernando Maciel Gonçalves (born 16 August 1980), commonly known as
, is a Spanish-Brazilian futsal player who plays for Dinamo as a Pivot.
Palmeiras stated interest in Ricardo on August 2011, and brought him in the end of the month along with
, another striker. Ricardo was later released from Palmeiras not even a year later.
Fernando Roscio de Ávila known as
(born February 8, 1955) is a Brazilian former volleyball player who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics and in the 1984 Summer Olympics.
On 2 July 2015, Necid signed four-year contract for Turkish Süper Lig side Bursaspor. He came the club for a key role in filling the shoes of top goalscorer from 2014-15 season,
started his career with America-RJ in 2006. In 2008 he was signed by Tombense, a proxy club for the investor. He was loaned to Flamengo in September.
On 7 June 2014,
, at the age of 36, died in a helicopter crash. The Eurocopter AS350 where he was with four more people crashed by around 1 a.m. in Aruanã, Goiás, Brazil. All occupants were found dead.
In January 2013,
joined Turkish Süper Lig team Bursaspor on loan, and he scored two goals on his debut match against Eskişehirspor which Bursaspor won 3–1 at Bursa Atatürk Stadium.
The 2014 Copa FGF (also known as the 2014 Copa
in this edition, in posthumous tribute) was the 11th season of the Copa FGF, the main domestic cup competition in Rio Grande do Sul football, which is a knockout cup competition. The tournament began on 6 August and ended on 8 October with the second leg of final.
The Copa FGF usually receive a different name in each edition, honoring important people related to football in Rio Grande do Sul. The 2014 edition is called Copa
, in posthumous tribute to former Internacional footballer who died in June of the same year.
Internacional of Rio Grande du Sul executed a strong campaign, finishing with a total of 78 points. Coach Muricy Ramalho led a team with Rafael Sobis,
, and Tinga to the best performance of any team in the second half, narrowly missing the opportunity for their own fourth national title, but also securing a place in the first round of the Libertadores.
Cardozo rounded off the season scoring 17 league goals in 29 appearances as Trabzonspor finished in fifth place and qualified for the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League second qualifying round. He finished in third place of the Süper Lig top goalscorers list, behind Demba Ba (18 goals) and
On June 25, 2015, Fenerbahçe agreed to sign
on a four-year deal. On July 28, 2015, he made his Fenerbahçe debut against Shakhtar Donetsk on a UEFA Champions League qualifying play-off stage. His league debut came on August 14, scoring the second goal from the edge of the penalty area in a 2–0 win at Eskişehirspor.
2006 was arguably Fernandão's best year. He led Sport Club Internacional to win the Copa Libertadores for the first time ever.
was a joint top scorer of the competition and was voted man of the Match in the final against São Paulo, match in which he scored one goal and made one assist. After the win, he extended his contract with Sport Club Internacional and skippered the club to win the FIFA Club World Cup in December. In May 2010 the same Brazilian club São Paulo FC announced the signing of striker
of Goiás for an undisclosed fee. In May 2011 the two sides agreed to terminate the playing contract between them in a friendly manner.
Against São Paulo, Internacional arguably won the title away in the first leg. Stunning the 80,000 "são-paulinos" attending the match at the Morumbi stadium, Rafael Sóbis scored twice in the second half before defender Edcarlos scored for São Paulo. Internacional needed just a draw in the second leg at home, and they left the pitch as South American champions for the first time. Striker
, who, along with Tinga, scored in the final match at the Beira-Rio stadium, was one of the 14 players finishing as top scorer of the Libertadores, with five goals. He was voted Man of the Match against São Paulo and won a Toyota Corolla as the prize.
put the car up for auction and gave the money to charity organizations.
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