Synonyms for marcinho or Related words with marcinho
Examples of "marcinho"
played for Corinthians, Palmeiras, Paulista and São Caetano.
is the nickname of several Brazilian footballers.
began playing professional football with Botafogo Futebol Clube.
joined Jiangsu Sainty in 2008. He helped the club promote to the top flight, but he was released at the end of the season and returned to Brazil.
On 30 August, Anorthosis announces the consensual termination of cooperation with the Brazilian footballer
However, undoing his hit with Al-Jazira Club, preferring
just signed with Qatar S.C..
Márcio José de Oliveira or simply
(born July 20, 1984 in Irapuã), is a Brazilian attacking midfielder.
was loaned to Kashima Antlers on June 24. He played for the Japanese squad until the end of 2008.
arrived in Flamengo, however, soon took the title by virtue of having become the top scorer of the team. Living your best phase in his career,
left Flamengo, during the playing of the Brazilian Championship, to go play on Al-Jazira Club.
Marcio de Souza Gregório Júnior (born 14 May 1986 in Volta Redonda), commonly known as
, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Gaziantepspor.
Márcio Luiz Adurens, known as
or Márcio Luiz, (born July 31, 1981 in Santos, São Paulo) is a footballer who plays for Greek team Diagoras F.C.
Márcio José Lisboa Fortes Filho commonly known as
Pitbull (born 8 June 1987) is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Villa Nova-MG.
Corinthians: Doni; Rogério, Fábio Luciano, Scheidt and Kléber; Vampeta, Fabrício and Renato (Leandro); Deivid (
), Guilherme and Gil. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Márcio Ivanildo da Silva (born 25 March 1981 in Petrolândia, Pernambuco), known as
, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Murici Futebol Clube as an attacking midfielder.
Márcio Miranda Freitas Rocha da Silva or simply
(born March 20, 1981 in Campinas) is a Brazilian footballer, who plays for Amparo.
Marcio Antonio de Sousa Junior (born June 8, 1995), known as
, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for São Bernardo as midfielder.
Corinthians: Doni; Rogério, Fábio Luciano, Anderson and Kléber; Vampeta, Fabinho (Fabrício) and Renato (
); Deivid, Guilherme (Leandro) and Gil. Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
appeared in eleven 2011–12 UEFA Champions League matches for APOEL, in the club's surprising quarter-finals run in the competition. The 31-year-old was released in late May 2012, after his contract was not renewed.
Márcio Glad (born 23 September 1980 in Novo Horizonte, São Paulo), commonly known as
Guerreiro, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Esporte Clube Santo André as a defensive midfielder.
began his career with Cruzeiro, by which team won many titles, as a reserve team. Then in 2005, transferred to the Grêmio, where quickly followed for Gençlerbirliği, Turkey.
On 19 June 2012,
signed for one year with PFC Levski Sofia in Bulgaria. On 14 June of the following year, he agreed to a one-year deal with Cyprus' Anorthosis Famagusta FC.
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