Synonyms for rogério_ceni or Related words with rogério_ceni

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Examples of "rogério_ceni"
Team: Rogério Ceni , Arce , Cris , Lúcio , Sorín , Mineiro , Ricardinho , Juninho Pernambucano , Juninho Paulista , Ronaldinho and Romário
Also, it was the stadium where Rogério Ceni, São Paulo's goalkeeper, scored his 100th goal of his career.
São Paulo's Rogério Ceni is the player who has worn the captain's armband the most times (980 times, from 1999 to 2015, all playing for São Paulo, a record considered unbreakable).
In the city there is also a Sports Complex Sinop and the Memorial Rogério Ceni (which is belongings such as gloves, shirts and captain of the awards are Pauline, who grew up in the city).
The record is held by the Brazilian Rogério Ceni, with 131 goals. He scored his landmark 100th goal in a 2–1 win for São Paulo on 27 March 2011.
In December 2016, Felipe Araruna, of the U-20 multi-player team, caught the attention of Rogério Ceni and was promoted to the professional team of São Paulo FC.
The "Most Valuable Player of the Final Match Trophy" award was awarded for the first time at the 2005 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan and won by Brazil's Rogério Ceni. The award is given to the best player in the final via the FIFA Technical Study Group. The winner also is rewarded with a Toyota-made automobile.
José Luis Chilavert is the only goalkeeper to score a hat-trick (three goals in a game), doing so through penalty kicks. He also was a free kick expert. Rogério Ceni has scored the most goals for a goalkeeper, having scored his 100th goal in official games on 27 March 2011. Ceni scored his goals through free kicks and penalty kicks.
For his dribbles and versatility, Osvaldo has not a substitute in staff of São Paulo (at least, until Welliton's arriving, a player with seemed characteristics). Praised by Rogério Ceni, captain and most respected player in activity of club, and Ney Franco, former coach of team,
Some goalkeepers, such as Rogério Ceni and José Luis Chilavert, may also be expert set-piece takers. These players may take their team's attacking free kicks or penalties. Ceni, São Paulo's long-time custodian, has scored 100 goals in his career, more than many outfield players.
The city has the Northern Giant Stadium, popularly known as "Gigantão" which is structured to accommodate up to 13,000 people, where he plays the Sinop Futebol Clube, the official team of the city, where it was revealed the current keeper of São Paulo FC, Rogério Ceni. At this stage already occurred departures of big teams like Santos and São Paulo against local Sinop FC.
Denis moved to São Paulo on 22 January 2009. He made his debut for the club three days later, replacing injured Rogério Ceni in a 2–0 away win against Portuguesa. He would spend his first two years behind Ceni and Bosco.
In 2010 São Paulo lost again against Internacional in the 2010 Libertadores Cup, ending Ricardo Gomes's spell as manager. In 2011, the club signed Rivaldo and purchased Luís Fabiano for a club-record €7.6 million from Sevilla. Goalkeeper Rogério Ceni, meanwhile, scored his 100th career goal, against Corinthians.
On October 5, 2013, in the 3-2 loss against São Paulo, Juan scored a goal against his former club and was heavily scolded by Tricolor fans. His goal was also criticized by Rogério Ceni, São Paulo's captain, who said Juan kicked the ball with both feet, which is prohibited in football.
In December of 2016, Cícero has returned to São Paulo. After Cícero scored a hat-trick against PSTC, in a 4-2 winning match valid for 2017 Copa do Brasil, coach Rogério Ceni praised him as a key player of squad. According Ceni: "He is a 32 year-old player, that adds experience, with a good head game and a good finalization from out of area."
Ramalho was the São Paulo youth squad head coach between 1994 and 1996. He was the manager of the São Paulo team that won the Copa CONMEBOL in 1994. That team was formed from reserve and youth players, receiving the nickname ""Expressinho"". Despite the technical limitations of the team, São Paulo won the cup, defeating Peñarol of Uruguay in the final. Players such as Denílson and Rogério Ceni were discovered by Ramalho during the competition.
Both teams entered the competition in the semi-finals. São Paulo's opponents were the winners of the 2005 AFC Champions League, Al-Ittihad. A 3–2 victory with two goals from Amoroso and a penalty from goalkeeper Rogério Ceni ensured São Paulo's progression to the final. Liverpool faced 2005 CONCACAF Champions' Cup winners Deportivo Saprissa. They won the match 3–0, Peter Crouch scored twice and Steven Gerrard also scored as Liverpool reached the final.
Marcos debuted for Brazil in a match against Spain on November 13, 1999. Previously, he was included in Brazil's squad for Copa América 1999 and 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup as a second-choice goalkeeper. He remained as Brazil's backup goalkeeper as Dida and Rogério Ceni were preferred ahead of him. He became Brazil's starting goalkeeper in Copa América 2001 and retained that position after the tournament, relegating Dida to the bench.
In the wake of the June 2013 protests in Brazil that occurred during the Confederations Cup, Dida joined a host of Brazilian footballers including Rogério Ceni, Gilberto Silva, and former Milan teammates Clarence Seedorf and Alexandre Pato, in forming "Bom Senso FC" (Common Sense FC), an organization that sought to resolve the issues of timely player compensation and shortened offseasons in Brazilian club football. On 19 March 2015, Dida delivered a speech at the Federal University of Paraná in Curitiba that discussed the organization's proposals.
An agile and sprightly goalkeeper in addition to being a penalty specialist, Armel is Gazelle's first choice penalty taker, following in the footsteps of other goal-scoring 'keepers such as Brazilian Rogério Ceni, Vincent Enyeama of Hapoel Tel Aviv and Nigeria, Hans-Jörg Butt of FC Bayern Munich and José Luis Chilavert, formerly of Paraguay. Armel has scored 11 goals for Gazelle so far, all of them penalty kicks, however it should be noted that his penalty taking privileges do not extend to the Chad national football team, for whom he has seven caps to date, with Misdongard Betoligar occupying the role for the "Sao".