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The Estádio Municipal
de Oliveira, known as
de Oliveira, is a football stadium located in Marabá, Pará state. It is the home stadium of Águia de Marabá and Gavião Kyikatejê and holds 5,000 people.
Team: Gilberto , Cafu , Aílton , Alexandre Torres , Válber , Mauro Silva , Júnior ,
, Renato Gaúcho , Bebeto and Nélio
Team: Taffarel , Alfinete , Aguirregaray , Pereira , Mazinho , Paulo Rodrigues , Adílson Heleno , Bobô , Vivinho , Nílson and
are the only Brazilian players who have won the National League 5 times, in 1987, together.
Team: Carlos Germano , Zé Carlos , Júnior Baiano , Mauro Galvão , Dedê , Doriva , Fernando ,
, Rodrigo Fabri , Edmundo and Müller
Team: Ronaldo , Pavão , Cléber , Jorge Luís , Roberto Carlos , Zé Elias ,
, Rivaldo , Amoroso , Marcelinho Carioca and Luizão
Team Final: Jefferson, Givaldo, Adriano, Sandro and Dedé, Dário, Chiquinho (Joca) and Juninho Pernambucano, Leonardo (Saulo), Fábio and
. Coach: Givanildo Oliveira.
Águia de Marabá play their home games at Estádio Municipal
de Oliveira. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 4,500 people.
Gano (born 13 October 1993) is a Belgian footballer who currently plays for Waasland-Beveren in the Belgian Pro League.
Gavião Kyikatejê Futebol Clube play their home games at Estádio Municipal
de Oliveira, located in Marabá, Pará state. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 4,000 people.
Born in Nova Iguaçu, Rio de Janeiro,
played club football in Brazil with Clube de Regatas do Flamengo, Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras, Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense, Cruzeiro Esporte Clube and Nova Iguaçu Futebol Clube. He also had spells abroad with Yokohama Flügels and Miami FC.
won the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A five times (twice with Flamengo, twice with Palmeiras and once with Cruzeiro) and won the Campeonato Carioca three times (all with Flamengo).
Crizam César de Oliveira Filho, better known as
(; born June 17, 1967), is a retired Brazilian footballer, and currently a professional football manager, who is the current assistant coach at Vasco da Gama.
In the beginning of 2006 Romário joined Miami FC along with former 1994 FIFA World Cup teammate
. He helped Miami FC reach their first ever USL-1 Playoffs, scoring 19 league goals in 25 appearances for the team.
After a brief stint with Volta Redonda in 2009, he signed with Miami FC of the USL First Division, which is coached by his former Brazilian national team teammate
The Esporte Clube Água Santa ever had wearing its true shirt icons of Brazilian football as Claudecir,
Capixaba, Capitão, Dinei and most importantly, has formed, while not having the training club classification, several athletes on their base ranks as Lelê who served in Fortaleza, Romarinho at Porto, Fernando in the Internacional, Neílton in Botafogo and Fábio Ferreira in Ponte Preta.
Carlinhos returned in 1991, in similar conditions. His squad had Júnior, near retirement,
and a lot of newbies (among them Djalminha and Marcelinho). After winning 1991 Rio State Championship, he won the fifth Brazilian National Championship for Flamengo in the 1992 finals against Botafogo (3-0, 2-2).
After Major League Soccer side Miami Fusion were folded in 2001, professional soccer returned to South Florida in the form of a United Soccer Leagues team in 2006 when Traffic Sports USA founded Miami FC. The club made headlines when former World Cup winners Romario and
signed for the team.
In the following campaign, Ibson became one of the team's most important players: under the guidance of Abel Braga and playing alongside the likes of Felipe, Jean and
, he won the Taça Guanabara and the Campeonato Carioca, and also finished as runner-up in the Copa do Brasil; that season, he scored six goals while playing 44 matches.
Nova Iguaçu Futebol Clube was founded on April 1, 1990, by the initiative of 25 self-employed persons, led by Jânio Moraes. The foundation project was idealized in 1988/1989, by Jânio Moraes, and supported by the 25 self-employed people. 1994 World Cup champion
is one of the founders of the club and was a director-partner of the club.
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,
and Renato Gaúcho, who was elected the best player in the tournament.
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