Synonyms for vágner_mancini or Related words with vágner_mancini

adílson_batista              givanildo_oliveira              argel_fucks              celso_roth              antônio_lopes              geninho              estevam_soares              marcelo_oliveira              renato_gaúcho              guto_ferreira              ricardo_drubscky              levir_culpi              vágner_benazzi              émerson_leão              gilson_kleina              waldemar_lemos              jair_picerni              paulo_césar_carpegiani              sérgio_soares              sérgio_guedes              dorival_júnior              jair_pereira              caio_júnior              ulisses_morais              roberto_cavalo              hélio_dos_anjos              cláudio_adão              luiz_carlos_winck              rubens_minelli              péricles_chamusca              oséas              cecílio              zé_carlos              mazinho              ênio_andrade              ricardo_gomes              rené_simões              zé_augusto              márcio_bittencourt              fernandão              renê_simões              paulo_alves              paulo_bonamigo              carvalho_leite              enderson_moreira              paulo_autuori              valdir_espinosa              augusto_inácio              eutrópio              marcelinho_carioca             

Examples of "vágner_mancini"
A Vitória youth graduate, Rafaelson was accused of having an illegal age in April 2015, a claim which was later dismissed by the club. He was promoted to the first team in September, by manager Vágner Mancini.
Born in Rio Claro, São Paulo, Cittadini started his career at Guarani, and was promoted to first team in 2010, under the management of Vágner Mancini. He made his first team debut on 30 March 2011, against Horizonte, for the season's Copa do Brasil. He was handed a starting spot on 1 May, against São José, providing an assist for Léo Paraíba's goal.
Rafael came to Grêmio in 2006, as an amateur player. He was promoted to the first team after captaining the youth side in the Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior by the coach Vágner Mancini, but soon was relegated to the youth squad because of his lack of commitment in pre-season training. Before the beginning of the 2008 Brazilian Serie A, Mancini was fired and Rafael earned a new chance from the coach Celso Roth, the same coach who promoted Ronaldinho to the first team in 1998. He became the team's first-choice in the central midfield and created a strong partnership with William Magrão. Appearing as a defensive midfielder, Rafael missed just one league match and received just five yellow cards during the season.
In 2012 Silva was loaned to Nacional de Nova Serrana until the end of the year's Campeonato Mineiro. He made his senior debut on 10 March, starting in a 2–4 away loss against Atlético Mineiro. It was the only appearance Silva made for the club before returning to Cruzeiro. On 26 April 2012, after returning from loan, Silva was promoted to the main squad by manager Vágner Mancini. He made his first team – and Série A – debut on 18 July, coming on as a second half substitute for Tinga in a 2–0 away win against Portuguesa. He was predominantly used as backup throughout the season and appeared in only eight matches during what was his first professional year at "Raposa".