Synonyms for mazinho or Related words with mazinho

jorginho              bebeto              edinho              ricardinho              djalma              nelinho              edmilson              ailton              djalminha              marcinho              chulapa              careca              nelsinho              zinho              rafinha              valdomiro              betinho              luizinho              aldair              nivaldo              marquinhos              denilson              cadete              semedo              juanele              zizinho              gaizka              maurinho              adilson              evandro              vidigal              serginho              manucho              cicinho              juanfran              aparecido              ulisses              crispim              quaresma              valmir              carvalhal              culpi              luxemburgo              scarone              julinho              xisco              rivelino              sidnei              fabinho              ortigoza             



Examples of "mazinho"
Another player nicknamed "Mazinho", real name Waldemar Aureliano de Oliveira Filho, played for Brazil alongside the preceding player at 1991 Copa América. He was known as "Mazinho Oliveira" or "Mazinho II" to avoid confusion.
In January 2009, Mazinho was appointed as a new head coach of Greek side Aris, replacing Spanish Quique Hernández. Mazinho, however, was later replaced with former Valencia coach Héctor Cúper in November 2009.
On 28 January 2013, Mazinho signed a loan with Vissel Kobe.
Team: Taffarel , Luiz Carlos Winck , Aloísio , Luizinho , Mazinho , Norberto , Milton , Zico , Renato Gaúcho , Renato e Berg
Team: Taffarel , Alfinete , Aguirregaray , Pereira , Mazinho , Paulo Rodrigues , Adílson Heleno , Bobô , Vivinho , Nílson and Zinho
Top Scorer: Gilmar , Balu , Ricardo Rocha , Paulo Sérgio , Mazinho , Elzo , Raí , Bobô , Bismarck , Bizu and Túlio
Team: Ronaldo , Gil Baiano , Adílson , Marcelo , Biro-Biro , César Sampaio , Tiba , Luís Fernando , Renato Gaúcho , Mazinho and Careca Bianchesi
Team: Marcelo , Gil Baiano , Márcio Santos , Ricardo Rocha , Leonardo , Mauro Silva , Júnior , Neto , Mazinho , Túlio and Careca Bianchesi
Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and Ronaldo Alfredo (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Vasco: Acácio; Luiz Carlos Winck, Quiñónez, Marco Aurélio and Mazinho; Zé do Carmo, Marco Antônio Boiadeiro and Bismarck; Sorato, Bebeto and William. Head coach: Nelsinho Rosa.
Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and João Santos (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Waldemar Aureliano de Oliveira Filho, usually known as Mazinho (born 26 December 1965 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), is a retired Brazilian footballer.
He is the son of the former Brazilian footballer and 1994 World Cup winner Mazinho. His mother, Valéria Alcántara, was a former volleyball player. His younger brother, Rafinha, plays for FC Barcelona.
Mazinho was a three-time winner of the Campeonato Brasileiro (Brazilian championship) with Vasco da Gama and Palmeiras. He received the Brazilian Silver Ball award in 1987 and 1988.
Iomar do Nascimento, known as Mazinho (born 8 April 1966) is a Brazilian association football manager and former player, as well as the former head coach of Greek club Aris.
Mazinho is the father of current players Thiago of Bayern Munich and Rafinha of Barcelona. He is also the uncle of former Real Madrid and Benfica and current Valencia player Rodrigo.
Anderson Soares da Silva, best known as Mazinho (born October 16, 1987 in Barbosa Ferraz) is a Brazilian footballer who current plays as a Forward for Oeste, on loan from Palmeiras.
Mazinho earned 35 caps with the Brazil national team, the first coming in May 1989 in a friendly against Peru and the last during the 1994 FIFA World Cup. His main achievement was at the 1994 World Cup where he was the third member of the "three men and baby" celebration with Bebeto and Romário in the quarter-final win against the Netherlands, a tournament Brazil went on to win. Mazinho was also a Copa América winner in 1989 at which point he was playing as a full-back.
A former midfielder, Mazinho played 35 internationals for Brazil national team, winning the 1989 Copa América, 1994 FIFA World Cup and the Silver medal at the 1988 Olympics. He was also named in the squads for the 1990 World Cup and 1991 Copa América.
Mazinho played with Vasco da Gama, Palmeiras and Vitória in his homeland, with Lecce and Fiorentina in Italy, and with Valencia, Celta de Vigo and Elche in Spain. Starting his career as left back, he moved to the midfield in the early 1990s.