Synonyms for nelinho or Related words with nelinho

careca              zinho              chulapa              mazinho              luizinho              zizinho              djalminha              bebeto              marquinhos              luisinho              betinho              edmilson              jorginho              valdomiro              nivaldo              djalma              edinho              rivelino              juanfran              capucho              julinho              baraja              ademir              cicinho              fabinho              marcinho              eliseu              ailton              firmino              ortigoza              nelsinho              clodoaldo              aparecido              ricardinho              etxeberria              vidigal              juca              jardel              denilson              semedo              nilton              almeyda              dinamite              dirceu              donizete              gaizka              carvalhal              asier              ocampos              evair             



Examples of "nelinho"
Team: Carlos , Nelinho , Joãozinho , Luizinho , Júnior , Toninho Cerezo , Batista , Sócrates , Botelho , Baltazar and Mário Sérgio
Team: Waldir Peres , Nelinho , Figueroa , Amaral , Marco Antônio , Falcão , Carpegiani , Zico , Gil , Palhinha and Ziza
Team: João Leite , Nelinho , Osmar , Mauro Galvão , Pedrinho , Píres , Falcão , Jorge Mendonça , Jorginho , Roberto Dinamite and Joãozinho
Team: Roberto Costa , Nelinho , Márcio Rossini , Dario Pereyra , Júnior , Dema , Paulo Isidoro , Pita , Jorginho , Reinaldo and Éder
Manoel Rezende de Mattos Cabral (born July 26, 1950), known as Nelinho, is a former Brazilian association footballer who played as right back. He played for several clubs in his home country and abroad, most notably Belo Horizonte rivals Cruzeiro and Atlético Mineiro. Nelinho also represented the Brazilian national team in two FIFA World Cups.
After retiring from football, Nelinho joined Brazil's Democratic Labour Party and was elected State Deputy of Minas Gerais in 1987. After a period of involvement with politics, he returned briefly to football and managed Atlético Mineiro in 1993 and Cruzeiro in 1994. In 2005, Nelinho worked as pundit for TV Globo and SporTV, and currently owns a health club in Belo Horizonte.
Joaquim Manuel Rodrigues Silva Marques (born 22 August 1948 in Lisbon), known as Nelinho, is a retired Portuguese footballer who played as a right winger.
At the Belo Horizonte-based club, Nelinho won the Campeonato Mineiro four times between 1973 and 1977, and one Copa Libertadores in 1976, scoring in two matches of the finals against River Plate. While at the club, he was also selected for the Bola de Prata (Campeonato Brasileiro team of the year) three times, in 1975, 1979 and 1980. In total, he had 411 appearances with Cruzeiro, and scored 105 goals. Nelinho managed Cruzeiro in 1994.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Nelinho started his career at local club Olaria, but signed his first professional contract with América. After a recommendation by Otto Glória, then manager of the team, he moved to Portugal to play for Barreirense. A brief stint with Venezuela's Deportivo Anzoátegui followed, before returning to Rio de Janeiro to play for Bonsucesso, which then loaned him to Remo. After good performances in the 1972 Brasileirão, Nelinho was signed by Cruzeiro for the following season.
Nasser Amade Carimo also known as Nelinho (born May 18, 1971 in Portuguese East Africa) is a former Mozambican football midfielder who last played for Grupo Desportivo de Maputo. He was a member of the Mozambique national football team.
Nelinho Quina made his debut in the Torneo Descentralizado in 2005 playing for Sporting Cristal. In his debut season, he was part of the team that finished as champions of the 2005 Torneo Descentralizado season.
Nelinho was capped 28 times by Brazil, between April 1974 and June 1980, and scored eight international goals. He won a Taça do Atlântico with the "Seleção", and was part of the squad in two Copa Américas.
Nelinho Minzún Quina Asín (born 11 May 1987) is a Peruvian footballer who plays for FBC Melgar in the Torneo Descentralizado, as a left back. He is the twin brother of Minzum Quina.
After a brief spell at Grêmio, where he won a Campeonato Gaúcho, Nelinho returned to Belo Horizonte to play for Cruzeiro's rivals Atlético Mineiro in 1982. He spent the rest of his career at the club, where he won four more Campeonato Mineiros and was awarded with the Bola de Prata once more in 1983. He also coached the club in 1993.
Nelinho played three matches in the 1974 FIFA World Cup and four in the 1978 FIFA World Cup, and scored one of the most stunning goals in World Cup history, in the third place match against Italy in 1978: he struck the ball into the far corner with the outside of his right foot, bending it round the sprawling Dino Zoff.
Cruzeiro hold a long-standing rivalry against Atlético Mineiro. It has contributed many key and famous players towards Brazil's FIFA World Cup squads such as Piazza, Tostão, Nelinho, Ronaldo, Luisão, Alex de Souza, Maicon, Cris, Jairzinho, Rivaldo, Edílson among so many others.
On 24 June, Brazil and Italy were matched up for the third place match of the 1978 World Cup after both sides finished second in their respective groups in the second round. Brazil won the position of third place, knocking Italy to fourth after a 2–1 win with goals by Nelinho in the 64th minute and Dirceu in the 71st minute, although Italy's Franco Causio scored first in the 38th minute.
The team of Bavaria held the base of the German team who won the 1974 FIFA World Cup, with players like Sepp Maier, Franz Beckenbauer, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Gerd Müller. Cruzeiro was the first Brazilian club to become champion of the Copa Libertadores after legendary Pelé's Santos FC. The team had the 1970 FIFA World Cup champions Wilson Piazza and Jairzinho, and other famous players like Nelinho, Raul Plassman and Dirceu Lopes.
On July 27, 2010, it was announced that Montes rescinded his contract with Cienciano due to unpaid wages and signed for Club Juan Aurich. It was reported that he also received a contract offer from his previous club Alianza Lima, but he preferred the one offered by Juan Aurich. He joined the Chiclayo based club along with Nelinho Quina for the second part of the 2010 season.
In 2014, Juan Reynoso, who come from México, was appointed as the new manager. He signed players like Piero Alva, Nelinho Quina, Minzum Quina, Luis Hernández, Alejandro Hohberg, Lampros Kontogiannis and Edgar Villamarín to make an impressive campaign where Melgar was the best team during the whole season finishing 1st in the accumulated table, but due to some bad results in the final matches and the poor organization of the tournament they weren't able to dispute the Play-off for the championship and only qualified for the Copa Sudamericana.