Synonyms for luisinho or Related words with luisinho
Examples of "luisinho"
Team: Joel Mendes , Louro , Figueroa , Miguel , Wladimir , Dudu , Mário Sérgio , Zico , Osni ,
is the diminutive of Luís, a Portuguese given name (in English language, Little Louis, in Italian language Luigino).
As a youth, Bettencourt was known as "
da Praia da Vitória" and performed on stages across the Azorean islands.
Brazil: Cláudio Taffarel, Jorginho, Valber, Márcio Roberto dos Santos, Nonato (Cafu 5′),
(Palhinha 57′), Careca, Elivelton, Dunga, Valdeir (Almir 67′), Rai
Brazil: Cláudio Taffarel, Jorginho, Julio Cesar, Márcio Santos, Branco (Nonato 82′), Dunga, Valdeir (Almir 64′), Raí,
, Careca, Elivelton (Cafu 70′)
Luís Idorildo Netto da Cunha or simply
Netto (born April 6, 1974 in Cachoeira do Sul), is a Brazilian former right back.
Brazil: Cláudio Taffarel, Winck, Julio Cesar, Márcio Santos, Branco (Nonato 46′),
(Rai 68′), Dunga, Boiadeiro, Valdeir, Careca, Elivelton (Cafu 76′)
Luiz Alberto Silva Lemos usually known as
Tombo (born October 3, 1951) is a former football (soccer) player and current coach, who started his professional career at América.
Luís Carlos Correia Pinto (born 5 May 1985), known as
, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Deportivo de La Coruña as a left back.
On 31 May 2012,
joined S.L. Benfica along with teammate Michel. On 13 August of the following year, after being sparingly used, he moved abroad for the first time in his career, signing for Deportivo de La Coruña.
On 31 May 2012, Michel moved to Benfica alongside Paços teammate
. On 31 August, however, he joined fellow league side S.C. Braga on loan, in a deal that saw Lima go in the opposite direction.
Born in Porto,
made his senior debuts with lowly SC Vila Real in 2004. In the 2005 summer he joined S.C. Braga, being assigned to the reserves and subsequently serving loans at Moreirense FC and Rio Ave FC.
Luís Mesquita de Oliveira, best known as
, (29 March 1911, in Rio de Janeiro – 27 December 1983, in São Paulo) was an association footballer, one of the most valuable strikers of the 1930s.
In June 2011,
signed with F.C. Paços de Ferreira. He appeared in 32 competitive matches during his only season at the "Estádio da Mata Real", being also reconverted in a left back in the process.
Luís Miguel Pinheiro Andrade (born 27 March 1990), known as
, is a Portuguese footballer who plays for Académico de Viseu FC on loan from Boavista F.C. as a left winger.
made his professional debut on 27 July 2013, starting in a 1–0 home win against Atlético Clube de Portugal for the season's Portuguese League Cup. His maiden appearance in the second level occurred on 10 August, as he came on as a second-half substitute in a 0–2 loss at Moreirense FC.
continued to be an undisputed starter in 2014–15, under new manager Víctor Fernández, and in early December 2014 renewed his contract until 30 June 2018. However, during the following campaign, he was involved in several spats with the latter's successor Víctor Sánchez.
Brasília (the capital of Brazil) has produced players like Gabriel, Xeleleu, Jansen de Oliveira, Ramiro, Betola, Edinho, Hugão and
who are till today in activity and besides their admired carriers, they also taught other popular young players, including Belo, Marcelinho, Mário, Café, Diego and Lana (in female and unisex footvolley).
For the upcoming season, Benfica also signed depth players Paulo Lopes from Feirense,
from Paços de Ferreira, Michel from Braga and Hugo Vieira from Gil Vicente, who was immediately loaned out to Sporting de Gijón. Returning from loan were Lorenzo Melgarejo from Paços de Ferreira, Carlos Martins from Granada, Enzo Pérez from Estudiantes de La Plata and Alan Kardec from Santos.
In 1982, the club won its only national title so far, the Brazilian Second Division, after defeating CSA of Alagoas in the final. Campo Grande's
was the top goalscorer of the competition, with 10 goals. The club was promoted to tohe following year's first division.
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