Synonyms for zé_carlos or Related words with zé_carlos

edmilson              paulinho              zinho              cícero              fabinho              luizão              marcinho              valdomiro              fernandão              edílson              marquinhos              dodô              sávio              edinho              nélson              nelinho              ailton              marcelinho              rômulo              nandinho              jorginho              evair              ademir              joãozinho              mazinho              renato_gaúcho              marcão              denilson              adilson              luisinho              edmílson              luizinho              gilmar              mário_sérgio              éder              vampeta              antônio_lopes              ricardinho              jajá              dário              fernandinho              palhinha              hélder              roberto_dinamite              paulão              geninho              luiz_antônio              wanderson              marquinho              joão_alves             

Examples of "zé_carlos"
SPORT: Flávio, Betão, Estevam, Marco Antonio e Carlos Macaé;
SPORT: Flávio, Betão, Estevam, Marco Antônio e Carlos Macaé; Rogério, Ribamar (Augusto) e
The first goal of the stadium was scored by Itumbiara's Carlos, on October 19, 1977.
Carlos is a nickname for people with the given name "José Carlos", it can refer to:
Team: Carlos Germano , Carlos , Júnior Baiano , Mauro Galvão , Dedê , Doriva , Fernando , Zinho , Rodrigo Fabri , Edmundo and Müller
Later, Carlos started his professional career at Ituano in São Paulo at eighteen years of age.
On July 26, 2009, after Flamengo defeated Santos for the first time in official matches playing at Vila Belmiro (Santos' stadium), the current manager of Flamengo, Andrade, who was Carlos' friend and teammate in the 1980s, both in Flamengo and in Brazilian team, crying, dedicated the special victory to Carlos.
José Carlos Ferreira Filho (born 24 April 1983), known as Carlos, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Clube de Regatas Brasil as a striker.
In 2011, 34-year-old Carlos helped Club Bolívar conquer the Bolivian League, scoring ten goals. He subsequently returned to his country, playing exclusively in amateur football.
José Carlos Garcia Leal or simply Carlos (born July 15, 1980 in Manga-MG), is a Brazilian retired footballer who plays primarily as a left back.
Carlos died on July 24, 2009 of abdominal cancer, after more than one month at a hospital in Rio de Janeiro.
José Carlos Santos da Silva (born 19 March 1975), known as Carlos, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a forward.
Bahia: Ronaldo; Tarantini, João Marcelo, Claudir and Edinho; Paulo Rodrigues, Carlos and Bobô; Osmar, Charles (Sandro) and Marquinhos. Head coach: Evaristo de Macedo.
José Carlos dos Anjos Sávio, better known as Carlos (Criciúma, September 9, 1985), is a Brazilian footballer who acts as a goalkeeper. Currently playing for Atlético Tubarão.
José Carlos Cracco Neto (born 16 May 1994), known as Carlos or Zeca, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Santos as a left back.
José Carlos de Almeida, best known as Carlos (born in Presidente Bernardes, São Paulo State, November 14, 1968) is an association footballer.
Bahia: Ronaldo; Tarantini, João Marcelo, Claudir (Newmar) and Paulo Róbson; Paulo Rodrigues, Carlos and Bobô (Osmar); Gil, Charles and Marquinhos. Head coach: Evaristo de Macedo.
Isac joined Campeonato Brasileiro Série B club América (RN) in 2012. That became one of the best years of his career, since he ended the season in second place in the race for the golden boot, scoring 20 goals in 35 matches, 7 goals behind Criciúma's Carlos. Some months later, in February 2013, both Isac and Carlos transferred to Chinese Super League side Changchun Yatai.
In the 2012 campaign, with Criciúma Esporte Clube, Carlos netted a career-best 27 goals to help his team promote from Série B. On 3 February 2013, he signed for Changchun Yatai F.C. in the Chinese Super League.
On 21 September 2014 Caju made his first-team – and Série A – debut, starting in a 3-1 home win against Figueirense. He overtook Mena and Carlos during the latter stages of the campaign, appearing in 11 matches.