Synonyms for nelsinho or Related words with nelsinho

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Examples of "nelsinho"
Baptista is the son of Nelsinho Baptista, who is also a manager.
On 29 May 2014, Nelsinho signed for Arouca in the Primeira Liga for a free transfer.
Team: Gilmar , Alfinete , Ricardo Rocha , Dario Pereyra , Nelsinho , Bernardo , Pita , Jorginho , Sérgio Araújo , Careca and João Paulo
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.
São Paulo: Gilmar; Netinho, Adílson, Ricardo Rocha and Nelsinho; Flávio, Bobô and Raí; Mário Tilico, Ney and Edivaldo (Paulo César). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Silva.
Nélson Manuel Ribeiro da Silva, known as Nelsinho (born 28 July 1979) is a Portuguese football player who plays for Varzim.
Nélson Baptista Júnior, usually known as Nelsinho Baptista (born July 22, 1950), is a former association football right back and is currently a manager. He currently coaches Japanese club Vissel Kobe.
Nélson Luís Kerchner (born December 31, 1962 in São Paulo, Brazil), nicknamed Nelsinho, is a retired Brazilian football player. He played for the Brazilian national team at the 1987 Copa América in Argentina.
The inaugural match was played on January 11, 1956, when Portuguesa beat a Palmeiras-São Paulo combined team 3–2. The first Portuguesa goal at the stadium was scored by Nelsinho.
Born in Campinas, São Paulo, Baptista started playing for Clube Atlético Juventus, as a central defender. However, due to his lack of temper on the field, he was advised to leave football by his father, Nelsinho.
In July 2009, Nelsinho returned to Japan to manage Kashiwa Reysol. Despite being unable to stave off relegation to J. League Division 2 at the end of the year, the club relented and allowed him to remain in charge. In 2011, Reysol under him won their first ever J. League Division 1 title, making history by becoming the first team to win the championship following promotion. In the same year, Nelsinho Baptista received the J. League Manager of the Year at the J. League awards in Yokohama.
On March 17, 1946, América played its first match. América beat Ferroviária of Araraquara 3–1. América's first goal ever was scored by Quirino. América's starting eleven were Bob, Hugo and Edgar, De Lúcia, Quirino and Miguelzinho, Morgero, Dema, Pereira Lima, Fordinho and Birigui. Nelsinho substituted Pereira Lima during the match.
Nelson Ângelo Tamsma Piquet Souto Maior (born July 25, 1985, Heidelberg, West Germany), also known as Nelson Piquet Junior or Nelsinho Piquet, is a Brazilian stock car racing driver and former Formula One driver. He currently competes in Formula E where he was champion in the 2014–15, and also races a Rebellion R-One LMP1 in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
During 1990s, Durán worked with Colo-Colo youth ranks forming players like Sebastián González, Claudio Maldonado or Luis Ignacio Quinteros. In 1999 after Brazilian Nelsinho Baptista departure he was appointed as club’s caretaker coach, staying in the charge two weeks before Uruguayan Fernando Morena arrival.
Darío was an assistant manager at São Paulo when he took over the interim manager position in 1997, succeeding manager Muricy Ramalho. Under his management, São Paulo shook off a weak campaign in the São Paulo State Championship, but the team only obtained the vice-championship title and a 13th position in the Campeonato Brasileiro. After 1998, Pereyra was replaced by manager Nelsinho Baptista.
On January 20, 2006, Nelson Piquet won the 50th edition of the Mil Milhas Brasileiras (Brazilian 1,000 miles) at the Interlagos circuit. He drove an Aston Martin DBR9 alongside his son, Nelsinho, and drivers Christophe Bouchut and Hélio Castroneves. At the end of the race, an exhausted Piquet was quoted saying to a friend he would "never sit in a cockpit again".
After being a player in Kashiwa Reysol, he became the successor of Nelsinho Baptista for 2015 season. After only one year, he was dismissed and then signed by Albirex Niigata. The adventure in Niigata wasn't so convincing and he parted way with Albirex before the end of the season. For 2017 season, he appointed by Ventforet Kofu, while Satoru Sakuma stayed as GM.
In 2002, after spells at clubs in his native state, Baptista joined his father's staff at Goiás, as a fitness coach. The duo remained together for the following nine years, only splitting due to the Japanese tsunami in 2011, when both were at Kashiwa Reysol; Eduardo subsequently returned to Sport (club which he already worked from 2007 to 2009) while Nelsinho remained at Kashiwa.
The 2005 Nagoya Grampus Eight season was Nagoya Grampus Eight's 13th season in the J. League Division 1 and 24th overall in the Japanese top flight. The club started the season under the management of Nelsinho, but he was sacked and replaced by Hitoshi Nakata. Nagoya finished the season in 14th place in the League, reached the Fifth Round of the Emperor's Cup and finished 3rd in Group D of the J. League Cup.
After Jozić's departure, came a little drought in national titles, but the team managed to get an unforgettable 3-0 win over arch rivals Universidad de Chile in 1995. The team was champion of the 1994 Copa Chile and reached the 1994 Copa Libertadores quarterfinals. The following season saw the arrival of Paraguayan coach Gustavo Benítez, who obtained the 1996, 1997-C and 1998 honours. The team advanced to the semifinals of the Supercopa Libertadores in 1996, and of the Copa Libertadores in 1997, being eliminated both times by Cruzeiro. In 1999, Colo-Colo lived a similar situation to 1994, finishing fourth in the Chilean league and having three coaches during that single season: Brazilian Nelsinho Baptista, the caretaker manager Carlos Durán and then Fernando Morena of Uruguay, who remained until 2001.