Synonyms for marquinho or Related words with marquinho

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Examples of "marquinho"
He also played under the name Marquinho in Portugal.
Marquinho, Paraná is a municipality in the state of Paraná in the Southern Region of Brazil.
Marquinhos or Marquinho is a diminutive name of Marcos or Marcus, may refer to:
On 14 July 2016, Marquinho joined Fluminense on a three-year contract.
Marquinho was without a club after released by Boavista F.C. in summer 2007 & Vasco signed him on December 20, 2007.
Marco Antônio Dos Santos, commonly known as Marquinho, (born November 11, 1966) is a Brazilian football player.
On 2 July 2014, the Jeddah-based team Ittihad FC announced the signing of Marquinho on a season long loan from A.S. Roma for undisclosed fee. He performs very well with Ittihad FC and scored 8 goals in 14 league matches. On May 15, 2015 following the derby match against Al-Ahli, Marquinho left Saudi Arabia.
Vasco: Roberto Costa; Edevaldo, Ivan, Daniel González and Aírton; Pires, Arturzinho and Mário (Geovani); Mauricinho (Jussiê), Roberto Dinamite and Marquinho. Head coach: Edu.
Vasco: Roberto Costa; Edevaldo, Ivan, Daniel González and Aírton; Pires, Arturzinho and Mário; Jussiê (Marcelo), Roberto Dinamite and Marquinho. Head coach: Edu.
Marco Aurélio Pereira Alves or simply Marquinho (born February 20, 1982 in Machado-MG), is a Brazilian attacking midfielder. He currently plays for CRAC.
Marco Aurélio dos Santos (born 7 October 1974), commonly known as Marquinho, is a former Brazilian futsal player who plays as a Pivot during his career.
Marco Aurélio Iubel (born 7 August 1986), simply known as Marquinho is a Brazilian professional footballer playing for Zob Ahan in Iran Pro League as a winger.
Alexander Martín Marquinho Callens Asín (born 4 May 1992) is a Peruvian footballer who plays as a central defender for North American club New York City FC.
On 31 January 2014, Marquinho moved to league rivals Hellas Verona on loan for the remainder of the 2013–14 season.
Marco Gomes Rodrigues (born 22 June 1989 in Ribeira Brava, Madeira), commonly known as Marquinho, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for A.D. Camacha as a midfielder.
Marco Antonio de Mattos Filho or simply Marquinho (born July 3, 1986 in Passo Fundo), is a Brazilian attacking midfielder who plays for Fluminense.
Born in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Marquinho started his career playing as an attacking midfielder with Ponte Preta in Brazil. He also played with Internacional Porto Alegre, Sport Boys (Peru), Sporting Cristal (Peru), Casino Salzburg (Austria), Alianza Lima (Peru), Puebla F.C. (Mexico) and Tampico Madero (Mexico) Colorado Rapids (USA), Çanakkale Dardanelspor (Turkey). In 1994, he led Casino Salzburg to the final of the UEFA Cup where they lost to Internazionale. He also won La República's best foreign player of the year award when he played for Alianza Lima in 1991. Marquinho scored three goals in 11 appearances for Colorado Rapids before being released in June 1998.
Marquinho started in football at Gaúcho, playing for other Rio Grande do Sul-based youth clubs until he was transferred to Vasco da Gama and later to Palmeiras. During his time at Palmeiras, he was promoted to the first team in 2007 after his manager threatened not to renew Marquinho's contract since he acted only in Palmeiras B without first team opportunities.
On 25 April 2010, Benfica became European champions by conquering the UEFA Futsal Cup, after defeating Luparense by 8–4 in the semi-finals, they beat Interviu 3–2 in the final; Benfica conceded first by Marquinho, but Joel Queirós and then Arnaldo put Benfica in the lead, Interviu equalised by Betão, but Davi in the final minutes sealed the historic victory.