Synonyms for vieirinha or Related words with vieirinha
Examples of "vieirinha"
Manuel Alberto Vieira (1 October 1924 – 13 February 2015), better known as
, is a former Portuguese footballer who played as a half-back.
Alongside teammates Diogo Valente and Paulo Machado,
was loaned to Primeira Liga promotees Leixões S.C. for 2007–08. All proved instrumental as the Matosinhos side retained its league status at the end of the campaign.
Filipe da Silva Tavares Vieira (born 28 October 1996 in Santa Maria da Feira), known as
, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for C.D. Feirense as an attacking midfielder.
The 2009–10 season saw the transfer of former Racing de Santander player Vitolo, experienced defender Bruno Cirillo and Vasilios Koutsianikoulis, the club's costliest transfer in many years. Key players' contracts, like Olivier Sorlin and
, were also renewed.
Adelino André Vieira de Freitas (born 24 January 1986), known as
(), is a Portuguese footballer who plays for German club VfL Wolfsburg mainly as a winger but also as a right back.
made his debut with the Portugal national team in 2013, and was part of the squads at the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016, winning the latter tournament.
In 2008–09, Conceição was promoted to team captain. Along with compatriot
, he was a regular on the team's wings and gradually became a fan favourite for his leadership and his devotion to the club. However, at the beginning of the following campaign, he was regularly troubled by knee injuries for the most part of October, managing only a few appearances.
played his first official game for Porto on 11 August 2006, in the Portuguese Supercup against Vitória de Setúbal, coming on as a substitute in the 70th minute and scoring the game's last goal in the 89th, in a 3–0 final result.
After having made his Porto debut in 2008, Candeias was soon called up to the Portugal under-21 team. He earned his first cap on 5 September of that year, coming on as a 58th-minute substitute for
in a 0–2 away loss to England for the 2009 UEFA European Championship qualifiers.
scored his first official goal for the Wolves on 9 March 2013, contributing to a 5–2 success at SC Freiburg with a volley from outside the box. In September, during a DFB-Pokal game against VfR Aalen, he ruptured his knee ligaments, going on to be sidelined until April of the following year.
featured for every youth level of the Portuguese national team, from under-16 to under-21, earning a total of 83 caps and scoring 28 goals in the process. In November 2011 he received his first callup to the main squad, replacing injured Danny for the UEFA Euro 2012 playoffs against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On 8 January 2008, Vryzas was officially appointed as the Technical Director of PAOK FC. He joined the club's board along with former team-mate and current chairman of the club, Theodoros Zagorakis. During his first steps in his new career he succeeded in bringing to PAOK Pablo Contreras, Zlatan Muslimović,
, Lino and Pablo Garcia in 2008.
The match took place at the Estádio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa in Leiria, 19 August 2006. In Portugal, the final was televised live on RTP1. Watched by a crowd of 8,890, Porto defeated the "Sadinos", 3–0. Goals from Brazilian striker Adriano, midfielder Anderson and 70-minute substitute
clinched Porto their 15th Supertaça.
With a short statement on 3 January 2012, PAOK announced the club had come to terms regarding the transfer of
to German side VfL Wolfsburg. The player signed until June 2015 for approximately €4 million, and made his Bundesliga debut on the 21st, playing 45 minutes in a 1–0 home win against 1. FC Köln.
Valente jumped the "loan train" again from 2007 to 2009, this time at Leixões S.C., in Matosinhos, which had returned to the top flight for the 2007–08 campaign. Alongside teammates Paulo Machado and
, also loaned by Porto, he proved instrumental as the club retained its league status at the end of the first season.
At FC Porto, Kronshorst trained Pepe (Real Madrid), Ricardo Quaresma (Sporting Club de Portugal, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Chelsea, Beşiktaş),
(Wolfsburg), José Bosingwa (Chelsea, QPR), Anderson (Manchester United), Bruno Alves (Zenit St. Petersburg), Lisandro Lopez (Lyon), and Raul Mereiles (Liverpool, Chelsea, Fenerbahçe), among others.
Despite considerable transfer market speculation owing to his increased potential,
started 2011–12 with PAOK, helping his side progress to the Europa League group stage; overall, he played in 126 official matches for the club, scoring 28 goals and making 21 assists.
featured once in the final stages, playing 21 minutes in the 2–1 group stage triumph against Ghana as Portugal went out on goal difference. At Euro 2016, under former PAOK boss Santos, he was the first-choice right-back during the group stage but lost his place to Southampton's Cédric Soares in the knockout phase.
Beyond Cornelio Pires and his "Caipira Gang" stood out in this trend, recording at a later time, duo Alvarenga and Ranchinho, and Florencio Torres, Tonico and Tinoco, Vieira and
, among others, and popular songs like "Sergio Forero", by Cornelio Pires, "Bonde Camarão" by Cornelio Pires and Mariano, "Sertão do Laranjinha" by Pires and Ariovaldo and "Cabocla Teresa", by João Pires and Ariovaldo Pacifico.
Formed in the youth ranks of local Vitória SC, Guimarães-born
caught the interest of FC Porto and eventually finished his football grooming there. After a six-month loan at second division's F.C. Marco he joined the first team in the 2006–07 season, being given a four-year professional contract.
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