Synonyms for juninho or Related words with juninho

edinho              robinho              elano              rivaldo              maicon              marquinhos              rafinha              fernandinho              postiga              coritiba              ricardinho              jardel              jorginho              serginho              radamel              costinha              bebeto              ronaldinho              wanchope              manucho              derlei              cicinho              marcelinho              deivid              falcao              figueirense              maniche              bosingwa              alecsandro              fabinho              vanderlei              olhanense              doriva              ederson              luxemburgo              willian              juanfran              jairzinho              geovanni              taffarel              moutinho              neymar              careca              ramires              josimar              coloccini              futre              joselu              quaresma              tombense             



Examples of "juninho"
Team: Rogério Ceni , Arce , Cris , Lúcio , Sorín , Mineiro , Ricardinho , Juninho Pernambucano , Juninho Paulista , Ronaldinho and Romário
He also known as Júnior Juninho or just Juninho in Europe.
Jacinto Júnior Conceição Cabral(born 10 March 1992 in Laguna Carapã), commonly known as Juninho Cabral or just Juninho, is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for Araxá.
José Francisco da Silva Botelho Jr., known as Juninho (literally "little Júnior") or Juninho Botelho, (born 19 January 1987) is a Brazilian football midfielder who plays for Juventude.
In July 2015, Juninho went on trial with Azerbaijan Premier League side Kapaz PFK. Juninho leaving the club in May 2016, after the expiration of his contract.
Juninho returned to Brazil in 2004 but in July returned to howntown club Fortaleza Esporte Clube. That season played alongside another Juninho in Mineiro – Junio César Arcanjo.
Juninho is the cousin of fellow footballer Ademar.
Juninho helped Galaxy win the Supporters' Shield in both 2010 and 2011. He was also a key player in the Galaxy's 2011 MLS Cup championship. At the conclusion of 2011, Juninho left Los Angeles and signed a three-year contract with São Paulo. However, in February 2012 Juninho returned to Los Angeles on loan for the 2012 MLS season.
Born in Fortaleza, Ceará as Regilson Saboya Monteiro Jr., he chose Juninho as his artist name, a diminutive form of Júnior. While he is from Ceará state of Brazil, to distinguish with other Juninho, he is also known as Juninho Cearense.
On 26 May 2009, Juninho announced that he would leave Lyon at the end of the season as a free agent. Lyon chairman Jean-Michel Aulas explained to the media that the club and Juninho agreed to cancel the last year of his contract. During the press conference, Juninho sat next to Aulas and left the press conference without saying a word.
On 17 December 2012, Juninho signed for Major League Soccer team New York Red Bulls. On 3 March 2013 Juninho made his official debut for New York starting for his new club in a 3-3 draw at Portland Timbers. On 3 July 2013 NY Red Bulls announced that they reached an agreement with Juninho for the cancelation of his contract.
Ademar is the cousin of fellow footballer Juninho.
Alcides Fonseca Júnior, best known as Juninho Fonseca or just Juninho (born in Olímpia, São Paulo State, August 29, 1958) is a former football (soccer) player in central defender role.
On 25 February 2011, Juninho signed for South Korean club Daegu FC on a one-year loan. Juninho made his Daegu FC debut on 5 March against Gwangju FC at Guus Hiddink Stadium in a 2–3 loss.
Since 2013 Juninho has been a football commentator with Brazilian sports network Rede Globo.
Juninho made his debut for the Brazilian national team in 1999.
Juninho was loaned back to Middlesbrough (who by then had been promoted back to the Premier League) during the 1999–2000 season, and scored four goals in 24 games for the club, before returning to Atlético Madrid. Upon his return, Atlético had been relegated to the secondary Segunda División. Juninho was then loaned out to Brazilian team Vasco da Gama. Here he played alongside another Juninho, Juninho Pernambucano (the demonyms "Pernambucano" and "Paulista" had been used for some time to differentiate them) and won the 2000 domestic Campeonato Brasileiro Série A championship and the international Copa Mercosur trophy. He also had a brief loan spell with Flamengo.
Team: Carlos , Leandro , Juninho Fonseca , Edinho , Wladimir , Batista , Pita , Zico , Lúcio , Careca and Biro-Biro
In January 2017, Juninho moved to the Kazakhstan Premier League, signing with FC Aktobe.
Juninho joined Malaysia Super League club, Selangor FA signing a two-year deal.