Synonyms for raí or Related words with raí

bebeto              careca              jorginho              romário              ricardo_gomes              mazinho              djalma_santos              djalminha              zé_roberto              denílson              rivelino              zinho              tostão              cicinho              cafu              fernandão              jairzinho              rafinha              marquinhos              nelinho              caçapa              renato_gaúcho              toninho_cerezo              ademir              nilmar              luís_fabiano              gilberto_silva              marcelinho              alexandre_pato              luizão              fernandinho              gérson              juninho_paulista              vavá              edmílson              juninho_pernambucano              marcelinho_carioca              josé_bosingwa              luisão              maicon              juan_román_riquelme              césar_sampaio              hernanes              maniche              jádson              júlio_césar              costinha              robinho              palhinha              javier_saviola             



Examples of "raí"
Raí Nascimento de Oliveira (born 18 May 1998), simply known as Raí, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Spanish club Real Zaragoza B as a forward.
Top Scorer: Gilmar , Balu , Ricardo Rocha , Paulo Sérgio , Mazinho , Elzo , Raí , Bobô , Bismarck , Bizu and Túlio
Raí played with Brazil for more than one decade, helping the country win the 1994 World Cup.
Raí Souza Vieira de Oliveira (born 15 May 1965), (), is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
After retiring, Raí became a social activist and justice campaigner, being involved in two separate philanthropic organisations.
Brazil: Cláudio Taffarel, Jorginho, Julio Cesar, Márcio Santos, Branco (Nonato 82′), Dunga, Valdeir (Almir 64′), Raí, Luisinho, Careca, Elivelton (Cafu 70′)
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.
Since 2002, Leonardo has dedicated himself to social works with the "Fundação Gol de Letra", along with his friend, former player Raí.
In Europe, he played for Cagliari in Serie A and Paris Saint-Germain alongside Brazilian players like Raí and Leonardo in the French Premiére Division.
São Paulo: Zetti; Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo and Raí; Müller, Macedo and Elivélton (Mário Tilico). Head coach: Telê Santana.
São Paulo: Zetti; Zé Teodoro, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo, Cafu and Raí; Macedo and Müller (Flávio). Head coach: Telê Santana.
At the age of 33, Raí returned to São Paulo. He retired at the end of the 1999 season, after having appeared in only 15 games.
In 1992, Raí was part of the São Paulo team that won the club's first ever Copa Libertadores, scoring the only goal of the final second-leg against Newell's Old Boys that took the match to a penalty shootout. Later that year, he was instrumental in the defeat of FC Barcelona in the 1992 Intercontinental Cup, netting both goals in a 2–1 win in Tokyo. This form saw Raí named South American Footballer of the Year for 1992.
Eight years pass. Paco is still in Maranhão with Ulisses, preparing to return home. Preta is the mother of Raí, naughty boy with a good heart, and she wants to prove that the boy is the son of Paco.
On 5 February 2010, "France Football "chose Sušić as the best player in the history of Paris Saint-Germain, ahead of players such as Carlos Bianchi, Mustapha Dahleb, Ronaldinho, George Weah, Joël Bats, Raí and Luis Fernández.
Barbara has a troubled son, Octávio, and is married to Tony, an unscrupulous and calculating employee of Alfonso. They will do anything to ensur that Preta does not prove that Raí is the son of Paco.
In the 1993 season, São Paulo defended their Copa Libertadores title, with Raí again scoring in the final as CD Universidad Católica were beaten 5–1 at the Estádio do Morumbi.
The Coupe de la Ligue Final 1995 was a football match held at Parc des Princes, Paris on May 3, 1995, that saw Paris Saint-Germain defeat SC Bastia 2-0 thanks to goals by Alain Roche and Raí.
Raí made his first team debut on 19 March 2017, coming on as a second-half substitute for Rolf Feltscher in a 1–2 home loss against Sevilla Atlético for the Segunda División championship.
Born in Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, Raí started his career with local Botafogo Futebol Clube (SP), signing in 1986 with Associação Atlética Ponte Preta, with which he made his Série A debuts.