Synonyms for jorginho or Related words with jorginho

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Examples of "jorginho"
In September 2000, Udinese traveled to Poland for the UEFA Cup match against Polonia Warsaw. But Polish officials discovered that the Portuguese passport of Warley and Alberto were fake. Later Jorginho's fake passport were also discovered . Warley and Jorginho were immediately transferred back to Brazil for Copa João Havelange, where Jorginho Paulista won the champion along with former Brazilian internationals Jorginho.
Jorge Henrique Amaral de Castro known as Jorginho Paulista ("little Jorge of São Paulo") or just Jorginho (born 20 February 1980) is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Flamengo-PI.
Jorginho played in several clubs, like Portuguesa, Palmeiras, Coritiba, Atlético Mineiro, Santos, Fluminense.
Internationally, Jorginho also helped the Olympic team win silver at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.
Jorginho is a Portuguese-language diminutive name of Jorge, and may refer to:
On 17 December 2016, Jorginho scored a hat-trick in a 4–1 away triumph over Moreirense FC.
Team: Gilmar , Alfinete , Ricardo Rocha , Dario Pereyra , Nelsinho , Bernardo , Pita , Jorginho , Sérgio Araújo , Careca and João Paulo
On 5 September 2013, Nautico coach Jorginho resigned after just five games, all defeats, in charge of the Brazilian club.
Jorginho had declared he would like to return to Palmeiras in 2004 season but eventually remain at Botafogo.
Team: João Leite , Nelinho , Osmar , Mauro Galvão , Pedrinho , Píres , Falcão , Jorge Mendonça , Jorginho , Roberto Dinamite and Joãozinho
Team: Roberto Costa , Nelinho , Márcio Rossini , Dario Pereyra , Júnior , Dema , Paulo Isidoro , Pita , Jorginho , Reinaldo and Éder
Jorge Augusto da Cunha Gabriel better known as Jorginho is a Brazilian beach soccer player. He plays in wing position.
In 2004, Jorginho was transferred to the Japanese market to play at the biggest league of the country the J1 League. In Japan, he built a spectacular career joining big teams such as Nagoya Grampus Eight and Sanfrecce Hiroshima both Japanese Div 1 teams. Jorginho also played for Tokushima Vortis and FC GIFU during his stay in Japan.
Brazil: Cláudio Taffarel, Jorginho, Julio Cesar, Márcio Santos, Branco (Nonato 82′), Dunga, Valdeir (Almir 64′), Raí, Luisinho, Careca, Elivelton (Cafu 70′)
Jorginho made his debut on 28 November 1999, against Roma as starter, the match Udinese lost 0–2 to Roma at home.
Brazil: Cláudio Taffarel, Jorginho, Valber, Márcio Roberto dos Santos, Nonato (Cafu 5′), Luisinho (Palhinha 57′), Careca, Elivelton, Dunga, Valdeir (Almir 67′), Rai
Jorge Luiz Pereira de Sousa (born 6 May 1977), commonly known as Jorginho, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a forward.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Jorginho started playing professionally for local side América Football Club, moving after just one season to Clube de Regatas do Flamengo.
Jorge Claudio Conceiçao Rodriguez or simply Jorginho (born 1 October 1975 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian football coach and player.
Jorge Luís da Silva (born 22 March 1965), commonly known as Jorginho, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a midfielder, and the current manager of Portuguesa.