Synonyms for nandinho or Related words with nandinho

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Examples of "nandinho"
In November 2016, Bastos' younger brother Nandinho signed for Rostov.
Fernando Jacinto Quissanga, known as Nandinho (born 25 May 1998) is an Angolan football player. He plays for FC Rostov.
In Alverca, Freitas was a regular starter, partnering in the midfield with Jamir Gomes and Nandinho, and helping the club remain in the top tier.
Fernando Manuel Pinto Rodrigues (born 13 October 1975 in Setúbal), commonly known as Nandinho, is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a left back.
On 2 August 2015, Nandinho made his professional debut with Feirense in a 2015–16 Taça da Liga match against Sporting Covilhã.
Fernando Manuel de Jesus Santos (born 17 March 1973), known as Nandinho, is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a right winger, and the current manager of F.C. Famalicão.
On 28 May 2015, after several years at the helm of the youth sides, Nandinho was chosen as José Mota's successor at the helm of Gil's first team, recently relegated from the main division.
Fernando Gabriel Silva Andrade (born 7 November 1996 in Santa Maria da Feira) known as Nandinho, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for C.D. Feirense as a left back .
Born in Porto, Nandinho played amateur football until the age of 22, signing with Primeira Liga club S.C. Salgueiros in 1995 from Sport Clube Castêlo da Maia. He scored a career-best 13 goals in 30 games in his third season, helping his team to the eighth position.
Subsequently Nandinho signed for S.L. Benfica – against which he had previously scored – as Graeme Souness was the manager. As several British players were brought in, he was eventually deemed surplus to requirements, finishing his debut campaign with farm team F.C. Alverca, where he netted a hat-trick in a 3–2 home win against Sporting Clube de Portugal on 17 April 1999.
Nandinho joined Vitória S.C. in the 1999 summer, being rarely played by Paulo Autuori but featuring more under new coach Álvaro Magalhães. He retired in June 2007 at 34, after spells with Gil Vicente F.C. in the top flight and Leixões S.C. in the second level.
Born in São Bernardo do Campo, Deco spent time at Corinthians as a youngster, competing in the Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior for them. In the 1997 edition, Benfica sent Toni to scout the tournament, and he soon noticed Deco, recommending his signing. In June 1997, Benfica bought his rights from CSA and immediately loan him, along with fellow Brazilian player Caju, to their farm team, Alverca. After helping them win promotion to the top tier in 1997–98 season by scoring 13 goals in 32 appearances, he returned to Benfica in July 1998. However, he left for Salgueiros in exchange for Nandinho, who went in the opposite direction. When asked by Nuno Gomes in an interview for FourFourTwo, why he did not stay and became a legend at Benfica, Deco said: "Benfica decided, it wasn't my decision. They didn't want me. The coach was Graeme Souness at the time. I was young and Benfica needed some players." At Salgueiros, he was plagued by injuries and only made a few appearances, until Porto, bought him in March 1999, in time to win the league title. His release from Benfica and subsequent success with Porto, was considered by António Simões as an "historical mistake", while Toni stated he saw in Deco, a successor for Rui Costa that the club needed since his departure.
Competition resumed on 8 January with a home game against Paços de Ferreira. New signing Moretto made his first appearance for Benfica. Nélson scored early, putting Benfica in the lead, with Geovanni setting the final score in the second half. With the win, Benfica climbed to second place, four points ahead of Sporting but ten behind leaders Porto. On 11 January, Benfica played Tourizense for the 2005–06 Portuguese Cup. Recently signed Laurent Robert scored the opening goal in the second half, while Nuno Gomes scored a second, letting Benfica progress to the sixth round. Four days later, Benfica hosted Académica at home. Early in the match, Roberto Brum touched the ball with his hand inside the box, giving Simão the opportunity to score the first goal; two more goals in the second half secured a comfortable 3–0 win for Benfica. The following day, Benfica signed Académica striker Marcel on a six-month loan. On 20 January, Benfica played away to Gil Vicente. A 10th-minute goal from Nandinho meant Benfica trailed for the first time in the season at the quarter-hour mark. The Lisbon-side responded with two first-half goals from Simão and Geovanni, while an own-goal in the second half confirmed the win for Benfica. It was their seventh consecutive league win, a feat not seen in 11 years since the 1994–95 season. On 28 January, Benfica played the Derby de Lisboa against Sporting CP. Benfica scored first through Simão but they could not stop Paulo Bento's team from winning the match 3–1 at the Luz. Koeman said, "Sporting was much better on the pitch, before the 1–0 and especially after".
Porto dominated the match from the beginning. The first half saw Porto dominate possession, but fail to create many clear cut goal scoring opportunities. The best chance of the first half fell to Raul Meireles. The chance came about after Anderson recovered the ball in the middle of the park, and played a diagonal ball to Meireles, who beat Vitória's Nandinho to ball and saw his shot saved by an on rushing Marco Tábuas. Vitória de Setúbal's only goal scoring chance of the first half came from a set piece. A left wing cross near the middle of the park, saw the ball deflect off Pepe's head, which saw it go towards Helton's direction which forced the Brazilian keeper to tip the ball out for a corner kick. Both sides went into level at the break. The second half started off with a goal for the "Portistas". A right sided corner kick saw Vitória fail to clear the ball after two attempts, before the ball fell to Adriano whose bicycle kick beat Vitória's Marco Tábuas to give his side the advantage. Porto's second came on 74 minutes through Anderson. Adriano's kick free kick found Alan on the right and squared the ball to an on rushing Anderson, doubled his side's lead. Porto closed out the scoring on 89 minutes through Vieirinha. Pepe intercepted the ball in the middle of the park and played the ball to substitute Lisandro López in the final third. López would then find Jorginho, who would play in Vieirinha, who beat a Vitória player and fired the ball from outside of the box into the net to make it 3–0.
October began with an away match away in Guimarães against Vitória de Guimarães. Benfica played against ten men throughout the second half, securing a win in the 91st minute when Geovanni converted a free kick. Following a two-week international break, Benfica received Porto on 17 October. The match was notable for the controversy regarding Olegário Benquerença refereeing, with Porto winning 1–0 with a goal from Benni McCarthy. Trapattoni criticized the referee, saying, "I have witness things I had never witnessed before in all of my career." The following Thursday, Benfica opened their UEFA Cup group stage campaign with a home win against Heerenveen. Dos Santos scored the opening goal and Nuno Gomes increased the lead to 2–0. Heerenven levelled the score with a penalty in the 53rd minute, but Benfica fought back and scored twice to win the first points. On 24 October, Benfica played at home against Nacional. The opening goal was scored in the second-half by Azar Karadas, with Tomo Šokota bringing the score to 2–0 minutes later; Nacional evened it to 2–1, but Benfica held on and won the game. Three days later, Benfica started their Portuguese Cup campaign against the third tier club Oriental de Lisboa. Two goals from Šokota and another from Geovanni helped the club progress into the next round. On 31 October, Benfica visited the Estádio Cidade de Barcelos to play Gil Vicente. Benfica were surprised by the home team and conceded first with a goal from Nandinho. In the last minute of the match, Simão equalized, allowing Benfica to gain a point. Trapattoni blamed the team's naïvety for the goal conceded, but praised their character for not giving up.