Synonyms for renato_gaúcho or Related words with renato_gaúcho

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Examples of "renato_gaúcho"
Renato Gaúcho appeared 41 times for the Brazilian national team, scoring five goals.
Team: Taffarel , Luiz Carlos Winck , Aloísio , Luizinho , Mazinho , Norberto , Milton , Zico , Renato Gaúcho , Renato e Berg
Team: Gilberto , Cafu , Aílton , Alexandre Torres , Válber , Mauro Silva , Júnior , Zinho , Renato Gaúcho , Bebeto and Nélio
Team: Wágner , Zé Maria , Gamarra , Andrei , Marcos Adriano , Leandro Ávila , Jamelli , Giovanni , Donizete , Túlio and Renato Gaúcho
Team: Roberto Costa , Édson , Ivan , de León , Júnior , Pires , Romerito , Assis , Renato Gaúcho , Roberto Dinamite and Tato
Team: Ronaldo , Gil Baiano , Adílson , Marcelo , Biro-Biro , César Sampaio , Tiba , Luís Fernando , Renato Gaúcho , Mazinho and Careca Bianchesi
At the time, an attacking midfielder extremely skilled and fast, just promoted to professionals in 2006 by then-coach Renato Gaúcho. Despite having become a real sweetheart of Vasco da Gama, failed to provide them a regularity that they hold. Ended up losing even more space on the team with the departure of Renato Gaúcho and the arrival of Celso Roth to the command of Vasco da Gama in 2007.
Back in Brazil, he joined Atlético Mineiro in 1994 where he played once again alongside his good friend Renato Gaúcho. In the following year, his last as a professional footballer, he played for Ponte Preta and Fluminense.
Renato Portaluppi (born 9 September 1962), known as Renato Gaúcho, is a Brazilian former footballer who played as a winger and current manager. He was born in Guaporé, Rio Grande do Sul.
The grenal is one of the fiercest football rivalries in South America. It is accompanied by high levels of emotion, competition and occasional violence. Many well-known players have competed in grenal games, including: Everaldo, Tesourinha, Aírton, Falcão, Éder, Valdomiro, Renato Gaúcho, Taffarel, Dunga, Emerson, Ronaldinho, Elías Figueroa, Nilmar, Oscar, Abbondanzieri and Diego Forlán.
Fluminense have hired former Vasco da Gama coach Renato Gaúcho on July 21, 2009 he replaces Carlos Alberto Parreira, who was sacked in July 2009, Renato has already coached Fluminense twice before (in 2002–2003 and again in 2007–2008). On September 1, 2009 Fluminense club officials have fired the coach due to poor results.
He made his debut for Grêmio on March 3, 2010, against Avenida. The final score was 3-1 for Grêmio and Edílson made a goal and an assistance during the match. On July 12, 2011, he joined Atlético Paranaense on a one-and-half year loan deal at the request of head coach Renato Gaúcho.
Before manager Renato Gaúcho signed with Fluminense for the 2014 season, he recommended the signing of Rochemback, who he coached while at Grêmio. In January 2014, Rochemback was close to sign with Sport in a two-year deal. The club ended the negotiations due to a change in the financial agreement after a first offer was previously agreed.
Among Flamengo's starting eleven that year, only one player, Aílton, has never played for the Brazilian national football team. The side consisted of such famous players as Zico, Bebeto, Jorginho, Zé Carlos (goalkeeper), Leandro, Edinho, Leonardo, Andrade, Zinho and Renato Gaúcho, who was elected the best player in the tournament.
One of the most famous matches between the two clubs is the 1995 Campeonato Carioca final stage match, played on June 25 of that year at Maracanã stadium. In this match, Fluminense's Renato Gaúcho scored a belly goal, and his team won the match 3-2. Fluminense finished the stage with 33 points, winning the title, and Flamengo finished one point behind its rival, losing the championship in the year of its centenary.
Leonardo began his career with the Brazilian club Flamengo in 1987; at just 17, he was given the opportunity to play with his hero Zico plus Leandro, Bebeto and Renato Gaúcho, and to take part in winning his first Brazilian championship. In 1990, Leonardo signed with São Paulo FC, and in 1991, Leonardo, Raí, and other young talents were assembled as part of the so-called 'esquadrão tricolor' ("three-coloured squad") under the command of Brazilian legend Telê Santana, giving Leonardo his second Brazilian championship.
In 2008, Conca signed a loan deal with Fluminense, and was a key player in the squad under coach Renato Gaúcho. Conca played an important role in the team's brilliant 2008 Copa Libertadores campaign, along with others such as Thiago Neves, Thiago Silva, Washington and Cícero. In 2009, he signed a three-year deal with Fluminense. He was voted the best player in Brazil in a poll organized annually by Globo, and was ranked as the 15th-best player in Latin America and the best player in Brazil by Uruguayan newspaper "El País". After a successful season where Fluminense won the Brazilian league, Conca renewed his contract with Fluminense for another five years.
Cuca won the Taça Rio in 2007 and in 2008 as Botafogo's manager. On August 11, 2008, he was hired as Fluminense's manager, shortly after being sacked as Santos manager. Cuca was hired as Flamengo's manager for the 2009 season on December 12, 2008. Clube de Regatas do Flamengo officials have sacked the coach on July 23, 2009 due to poor results. After the farewell of Renato Gaúcho on September 2, 2009, Fluminense Football Club announced that the new manager will be the former head coach of Flamengo. On April 18, 2010, Fluminense vice-president Alcides Antunes has announced the dismissal of the coach due to poor results.
His career as a manager started in 1983, when he coached Flamengo for five matches. Four years later, he was back at Flamengo when former coach Antônio Lopes was fired for the bad results in the 1987 Rio State Championship finals. At that time, Flamengo's squad had Brazilian star Renato Gaúcho, veteran players (such as Zico, Leandro, Andrade, Nunes and Edinho), and young ones, that had just came from the youth squad. Zico, the main star of the club, still recovering from several knee surgeries, wasn't at his top form. Carlinhos, with a little luck and a lot of knowledge of the ways of the football, mixed veterans and newcomers to create a very competitive team, that won the 1987 Copa União. Five World Champions in the 1994 World Cup played for that team: Bebeto, Zinho, Aldair, Jorginho and Leonardo.
Her professional debut came in 1993, the play's Brazil Underwear. That same year she attended the opening of said second version of the novel "Mulheres de Areia", appeared in an episode of "Confissões de Adolescente" in TV Cultura. In 1994 came the Actors Workshop of the Globe and had a cameo in "Quatro por Quatro", as the girlfriend of the player Renato Gaúcho. Still worked on Rede Globo soap operas "História de Amor", "Chocolate com Pimenta" among others, also gave two characters "Malhação" as well as episodes of the series "A Vida Como Ela É...", and the program appears in Fantastic "Você Decide", achieved tremendous success in 2001 as the "Porto dos Milagres" Maria do Socorro (Socorrinho).