Synonyms for maniche or Related words with maniche

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Examples of "maniche"
Maniche is a village in the Maniche commune of the Les Cayes Arrondissement, in the Sud Department of Haiti. In 2009, it had a population of 893.
The villages of Maniche and Madame Jean Pierre is located in the commune.
Maniche () is a commune in the Les Cayes Arrondissement, in the Sud Department of Haiti. It has 21,766 inhabitants.
Maisonneuve is a town in the Chantal Maniche commune of the Les Cayes Arrondissement, in the Sud Department of Haiti.
Other notable players in the tournament included Roman Pavlyuchenko, Robbie Keane, Maniche, Patrick Viera and Matías Fernández.
Madame Jean Pierre is a village in the Maniche commune of the Les Cayes Arrondissement, in the Sud Department of Haiti.
On 20 June 2016, Costinha took over at Académica de Coimbra, recently relegated from the top division; Maniche again assisted him, until leaving for personal reasons in October.
Maniche won 53 caps for Portugal, representing the nation at Euro 2004 and the 2006 World Cup and finishing runner-up in the former competition.
Nuno Ricardo de Oliveira Ribeiro, (born 11 November 1977), known as Maniche (, or less commonly ), is a retired Portuguese professional footballer who played as a central midfielder.
Madame Louis is a village in the Saint Louis du Sud Maniche commune of the Aquin Arrondissement, in the Sud Department of Haiti.
"We informed Maniche three or four weeks ago that we wanted to renew his contract” said Atlético's general manager Miguel Ángel Gil Marín."
On 20 July 2009, Maniche moved to the Bundesliga with 1. FC Köln, signing a two-year contract and rejoining former Benfica and Portugal teammate Petit.
Maniche was released from contract on 6 May, even before the season was over, being left available to sign for any club, with a return to Porto one of the possible destinations.
Born in Lisbon, Maniche played youth football for local S.L. Benfica. After three seasons with neighbouring F.C. Alverca, who acted as the former's farm team, he returned to Benfica, where he initially played as a winger.
Following disciplinary problems at Benfica, Maniche was signed by José Mourinho for FC Porto. The manager made him a key member of his sides, reconverting him to central midfielder.
Maniche was subsequently signed by Atlético Madrid in late August 2006. Partnering countrymen Costinha and Zé Castro, he scored four goals in 28 La Liga matches in his first season, as the capital team finished seventh.
In February 2005 Danny joined Russia's FC Dynamo Moscow in a deal worth €2 million. The club was also involved in other transfer deals of Portuguese and Portugal-based players at the time, namely Maniche and Derlei.
According to additional reports in the Spanish press, Maniche was told to be surplus to requirements in Madrid after he rejected the club's offer of a new deal, as his contract was going to expire on 30 June 2009.
The match ended 1–0 to Portugal, with Maniche scoring in the 23rd minute. Before the goal, Mark van Bommel had been booked and in the eighth minute, Dutch defender Khalid Boulahrouz was booked for a foul which injured Cristiano Ronaldo and would eventually force the substitution of Portugal's star winger before half time. Ronaldo left in tears, and proceeded to describe Boulahrouz's tackle as "clearly an intentional foul to get me injured." In the meantime, Maniche had been booked for a foul on Van Bommel after 19 minutes.
On 3 May 2008, one day shy of his 18th birthday, Camacho scored his first La Liga goal, netting twice in another home success, this time 3–0 against Recreativo de Huelva. After some excellent performances in his first season, he would however spend the following campaign restricted to Copa del Rey matches (he did not make the league's list of 18 in most of the games), with coach Javier Aguirre preferring Portuguese Maniche and new signing Éver Banega; this situation would slightly improve in late February 2009 as new coach Abel Resino had a run-in with Maniche, leaving him out of the squad for the remainder of the season.