Synonyms for rafinha or Related words with rafinha

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Examples of "rafinha"
It has been widely speculated in the Finnish media if Rafinha was applying for the Finnish citizenship. National team manager Mixu Paatelainen has expressed his interest in adding Rafinha to the national team roster. Rafinha has a Finnish wife and two children.
In July 2015, Rafinha joined ABC Futebol Clube in Campeonato Brasileiro Série B.
Currently, Rafinha works in stand-up comedy and regularly posts to YouTube.
Rafinha is the diminutive form of the given name Rafael. It can refer to:
In 2011, Rafinha became worldwide famous after the New York Times elected him the world's most influential person on Twitter.
Rafinha represented both Spain and Brazil at youth level, before debuting with the latter at senior level in 2015.
Schalke continued its bar on Rafinha from attending the Olympics. Despite his club's wishes, however, he ultimately did compete for the Brazil squad, which won bronze. On 24 September 2008, Schalke fined Rafinha a record amount of €700,000, as they argued his 35 days in Beijing for the Games were "in serious breach of contract".
Rafinha began his football career at the age of seven, playing for Gremio Londrinense, a futsal team from his home town of Londrina, Paraná. By age 12, he had begun training with PSTC, a local football club, before signing for Londrina Esporte Clube in 2001 at the age of 16. At the end of his first year with Londrina, Rafinha was signed by Coritiba. This meant moving hundreds of kilometres from his home town, but allowed Rafinha to display his talents on the national stage.
Thiago Alcântara and Rafinha, who were raised in footballing terms at FC Barcelona and also represent Spain and Brazil respectively, are Rodrigo's cousins.
Rafael Scapini de Almeida (born June 29, 1982), commonly known as Rafinha (), is a Brazilian footballer. He currently plays for Finnish team HJK Helsinki of the Veikkausliiga.
Rafael Diniz Alves e Silva (born 21 June 1992), commonly known as Rafinha, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Associação Ferroviária de Esportes as an attacking midfielder.
Born in Alumínio, São Paulo, Rafinha graduated with Audax's youth setup, after a period on loan at F.C. Porto. He made his senior debuts in 2011, appearing regularly.
Rafael Bastos Hocsman, better known as Rafinha Bastos (born December 5, 1976) is a Jewish Brazilian comedian, actor, journalist and television personality.
Sandro Rafael Veiga Cunha (born 30 April 1992 in Paços de Ferreira) known as Rafinha, is a Portuguese footballer who plays for C.D. Trofense as a forward.
Rafael Gimenes da Silva, better known as Rafinha (Rio de Janeiro, 5 July 1993), is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder. Currently plays for Macaé.
Rafael dos Santos de Oliveira (born 30 June 1987), commonly known as Rafinha, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a striker for Paraná.
The squad was announced on 25 May 2015. On the eve of the tournament Rafinha was called in to replace Érika, who withdrew with a knee injury.
In the summer of 2008, Rafinha was involved in a dispute with his club about his participation for Brazil at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Rafael Vinícius Carvalho Longuine (born 30 May 1990), known as Rafael Longuine or Rafinha, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Santos as an attacking midfielder.
In July 2013 Rafinha represented Brazil at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. She made her senior debut in September 2013, against New Zealand at the 2013 Valais Women's Cup. At the 2014 South American Games, Rafinha scored the winning goal in Brazil's 2–1 win over Colombia. On the eve of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, Rafina was called into Brazil's squad as a replacement for Érika, who had sustained a knee injury.