Synonyms for grêmio_anápolis or Related words with grêmio_anápolis

jacuipense              neílton              tombense              aparecidense              juazeirense              inhumense              grêmio_novorizontino              fortaleza_ferroviário              capivariano              valeriodoce              paulista_subtotal              uniclinic              atlético_sorocaba              cesinha              corinthians_grêmio              mauaense              gérson_magrão              matonense              paços_ferreira              grêmio_internacional              novorizontino              recreativa_cultural              estrela_amadora              palmeiras_corinthians              união_leiria              lucas_otávio              grêmio_prudente              vila_nova_futebol_clube              corinthians_palmeiras              mf_ricardinho              operário_ferroviário              sassá              botafogo_sp              mirassol_paulista              série_oeste_série              rio_branco_es              itapirense              thiago_heleno              friburguense              joeano              penapolense              boa_esporte              esquerdinha              desportiva_ferroviária              goiás_goiânia              série_coritiba              paulista_paulista              osasco_audax              etti_jundiaí              jataiense             



Examples of "grêmio_anápolis"
Roniel da Silva Costa (born 2 June 1994) is a Brazilian footballer that plays as a forward for União da Madeira on loan from Grêmio Anápolis.
Born in Cuiabá, Elizio is a youth product of Vila Nova Futebol Clube, only making two caps before going on loan to Grêmio Anápolis.
Wenderson Rodrigues do Nascimento Galeno, known as Galeno (born 22 October 1997) is a Brazilian football player who plays for Porto B on loan from Grêmio Anápolis.
On 8 January 2014, APOEL terminated Christian's contract with the club by mutual consent, and after only six months in Cyprus he returned to Brazilian side Grêmio Anápolis.
Kalindi Alves de Souza, known as Kalindi (born 29 August 1993) is a Brazilian football player who plays for Penafiel on loan from Grêmio Anápolis.
Danilo Alves Rodrigues, known as Danilo (born 15 April 1996) is a Brazilian football player who plays for Penafiel on loan from Grêmio Anápolis.
Allef Bessa Nunes, known as Allef (born 9 December 1993) is a Brazilian football player who plays for União da Madeira on loan from Grêmio Anápolis.
Born in Paraíba, Araújo is a youth product of Centro Sportivo Paraibano. He spent his first year as professional, on a loan deal to Grêmio Anápolis, joining them on 12 December 2012. and competing in the Campeonato Goiano.
He started his managerial career in 1996, when he was hired as XV de Jaú's head coach, after being Cilinho's assistant manager. He managed several Goiás state clubs, such as Rioverdense, Itumbiara and Grêmio Anápolis.
Antonio Eduardo Furquim de Freitas Batista, known as Tony Batista (born 25 September 1992) is a Brazilian football player who plays for União da Madeira on loan from Grêmio Anápolis.
Platini played for Brazlândia, Mexican Primera División side Pachuca, Gama, Araguaína, Grêmio Anápolis, Hong Kong First Division League side South China and Veranópolis, before moving to Chernomorets Burgas in Bulgaria.
Christian started his career at Brazil, where he played for Tuna Luso, Time Negra, Goiatuba, Evangélica, Castanhal and Grêmio Anápolis. When he was 18 years old, he was scouted and trialled at Sport Club Internacional, but when he turned 19, they thought he was too old for improvement. During his time in Evangélica, he played for free in order to attract interest from bigger teams. His football skills impressed the technical director of Grêmio Anápolis, Marco Aurelio and Teixeira and offered him a place in their squad in 2012, but his move was delayed for one year due to an injury problem. Being a player of Grêmio Anápolis he attracted interest from nine European clubs, but only APOEL made an offer for him, when he impressed Portuguese manager, Paulo Sérgio Bento Brito.
Born in Goias, Goiano played for various clubs in the lower leagues. He spent the 2012–2013 at Feirense on loan from Grêmio Anápolis. He made 25 appearances for the Segunda Liga club before being loaned to Portugal again, this time in Primeira Liga with Académica. The following season he signed for Braga for a four-year contract.
Costa started his career with Morrinhos in 2013. Later in the year he signed for Rioverdense. In 2014, he joined Grêmio Anápolis. He made 14 appearances for the club scoring 2 goals. On 30 June 2014, he was transferred to Porto B.
A year later, Platiny joined Aves, on a loan deal from Grêmio Anápolis, scoring eight goals in over 30 caps at Vila das Aves. On 21 July 2015, he returned to Feirense for a second-spell. His performances there, earned him accolades for Segunda Liga Player of the Month in February 2016, and with 17 goals, he finished runner-up in the scoring charts, helping Feirense return to the Primeira Liga.
After being strongly linked to a move, Erik remained with Goiás for 2015. In the year's Goiano he scored two braces, against Atlético Goianiense and Grêmio Anápolis, as his team won the state title. In the year's national tournament, Erik recorded 10 goals from 26 games, including two-goal hauls in 3–0 wins over São Paulo FC, Clube de Regatas Vasco da Gama and Joinville Esporte Clube in the middle of the campaign; the latter two teams were relegated alongside Goiás.
On 20 June 2013, he moved abroad for the first time and joined Cypriot side APOEL, on a season-long loan deal from Grêmio Anápolis. He made his APOEL debut against NK Maribor at GSP Stadium on 31 July 2013, in a 1–1 first leg draw for the third qualifying round of the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League. His first career title came on 17 August 2013, after APOEL beat Apollon Limassol 1–0 at GSP Stadium to win the 2013 Cypriot Super Cup, with Christian playing the whole game in a left back position. During his six-month spell at APOEL, Christian also appeared in four league matches, one Cup match, two Champions League qualifying matches, two Europa League qualifying matches and three UEFA Europa League group stage matches, without scoring any goal.