BRAZILIAN PLAYERS


Rivaldo Vítor Borba Ferreira


rivaldo
Born 19 April 1972, known as Rivaldo (Brazilian Portuguese: [ʁiˈvawdu]), is a Brazilian former professional footballer. He played mainly as an attacking midfielder but also as a second striker. Although predominantly left footed, he was capable of playing on either flank, and was on occasion deployed as a wide midfielder or as a winger.

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José Edmílson Gomes de Moraes


edmilson
Born 10 July 1976, known simply as Edmílson, is a retired Brazilian footballer. He played in three countries in his professional career, either a defensive midfielder or a central defender, representing with team and individual success São Paulo, Lyon and Barcelona (four seasons each in the last two clubs). Having won 40 caps with Brazil, Edmílson represented the nation at the 2002 World Cup, helping it win the tournament.
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José Roberto da Silva Júnior


ze roberto
Born 6 July 1974, commonly known as Zé Roberto, is a former Brazilian professional footballer who played as a left wing-back or as a midfielder. Currently, he is a technical advisor to Palmeiras, acting directly with the players and the coaching staff.

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Carlos Luciano da Silva


mineiro
Born 2 August 1975, in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, nicknamed Mineiro, is a former Brazilian footballer who last played as a midfielder for German fourth division side TuS Koblenz. His nickname "Mineiro" means somebody from the state of Minas Gerais, even though he is actually from the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. This nickname was given to him because of his shy and quiet personality, typical of someone from Minas Gerais.

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Alexandre da Silva Mariano


amaral

Born 28 February 1973, best known as Amaral, is a retired Brazilian footballer who played as a defensive midfielder. An international for Brazil, he participated in the Summer Olympics, winning a bronze metal. During his club career, he passes through numerous clubs, winning league titles at Palmeiras, Corinthians, Vasco da Gama and Beşiktaş.


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Paulo Sérgio Silvestre do Nascimento


paulo sergio
Born 2 June 1969, commonly known as Paulo Sérgio is a Brazilian former footballer who played as a forward. Whilst at German club Bayern Munich, he won the Champions League in 2001, despite missing his penalty in the final shootout.

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Paulo Sérgio Rosa (Viola)


viola
Born 1 January 1969, is a former Brazilian footballer. He got his nickname in his youth, from the same named brand of his first boots. Viola is famous for his strong personality on the pitch and great appearances in many teams he has played for throughout his long career.

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José Kléberson Pereira


kleberson
Known as Kléberson, born 19 June 1979, is a Brazilian former footballer, who played for Brazil 32 times and was part of the squad that won the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Last played as a midfielder for  Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the NASL and current coach at the Philadelphia Union Academy.

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José Carlos de Almeida (Zé Carlos)


ze carlos
Born 14 November 1968 in Presidente Bernardes, São Paulo State, is a Brazilian former association footballer who played as a defender. He started his career in 1990, and played for São José, Nacional, São Caetano, Portuguesa, União São João, São Paulo, Juventude, Matonense, Ponte Preta, Grêmio and Joinville. He last played for Portuguesa in 2005 until May.

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Carlos César Sampaio Campos


carlos cesar
Born 31 March 1968, is a Brazilian former footballer, who played as a midfielder. Joined the Brazil national football team during the 1993 Copa América. Played for Brazil at the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals, where he made six appearances in the team's run to the final. At the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals, he became remembered for scoring the first goal of the entire tournament in the 4th minute of Brazil's opening match against Scotland, a header from a corner on the left. Currently, he is a football analyst for ESPN Brasil.

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Lucimar Ferreira da Silva


lucio
Born 8 May 1978, commonly known as Lúcio. He began his professional career in 1998 with Sport Club Internacional. After three years in the club, he moved to Bayer Leverkusen, where he reached the 2002 Champions League final against Real Madrid of Spain. He scored a header in the final, which Real Madrid won with the score of 2–1. In 2004, he arrived at Bayern Munich, where he won three Cups and three Bundesliga titles. Since coach Louis van Gaal did not have a place for him at Bayern, he decided to search for a new team. He moved to Inter Milan in the summer of 2009 and helped them win the 2010 Champions League against his former club Bayern Munich.

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Giovanni Silva de Oliveira


Giovanni
Born 4 February 1972), better known as Giovanni, is a Brazilian football manager and former player. A versatile playmaker, his natural and favorite position was as an attacking midfielder, but he could also play as a forward, being an exceptional goal scorer. He was predominantly known for his world-class technique, his exceptional dribbling skills, and his outstanding flair and creativity on the ball, which saw him employ a variety of crafty moves, as well as his passing accuracy and goalscoring ability.  

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Hermes Neves Soares


hermes
Nicknamed Hermes (born September 19, 1974 in São Paulo). He is a defensive midfielder.

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BRAZILIAN PLAYERS


Rivaldo Vítor Borba Ferreira


rivaldo
Born 19 April 1972, known as Rivaldo (Brazilian Portuguese: [ʁiˈvawdu]), is a Brazilian former professional footballer. He played mainly as an attacking midfielder but also as a second striker. Although predominantly left footed, he was capable of playing on either flank, and was on occasion deployed as a wide midfielder or as a winger.

read More
watch a video

José Edmílson Gomes de Moraes


edmilson
Born 10 July 1976, known simply as Edmílson, is a retired Brazilian footballer. He played in three countries in his professional career, either a defensive midfielder or a central defender, representing with team and individual success São Paulo, Lyon and Barcelona (four seasons each in the last two clubs). Having won 40 caps with Brazil, Edmílson represented the nation at the 2002 World Cup, helping it win the tournament.

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watch a video

José Roberto da Silva Júnior


ze roberto
Born 6 July 1974, commonly known as Zé Roberto, is a former Brazilian professional footballer who played as a left wing-back or as a midfielder. Currently, he is a technical advisor to Palmeiras, acting directly with the players and the coaching staff.

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watch a video

Carlos Luciano da Silva


mineiro
Born 2 August 1975, in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, nicknamed Mineiro, is a former Brazilian footballer who last played as a midfielder for German fourth division side TuS Koblenz. His nickname "Mineiro" means somebody from the state of Minas Gerais, even though he is actually from the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. This nickname was given to him because of his shy and quiet personality, typical of someone from Minas Gerais.

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Alexandre da Silva Mariano


amaral
Born 28 February 1973, best known as Amaral, is a retired Brazilian footballer who played as a defensive midfielder. An international for Brazil, he participated in the Summer Olympics, winning a bronze metal. During his club career, he passes through numerous clubs, winning league titles at Palmeiras, Corinthians, Vasco da Gama and Beşiktaş.

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Paulo Sérgio Silvestre do Nascimento


paulo sergio
Born 2 June 1969, commonly known as Paulo Sérgio is a Brazilian former footballer who played as a forward. Whilst at German club Bayern Munich, he won the Champions League in 2001, despite missing his penalty in the final shootout.

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Paulo Sérgio Rosa (Viola)


viola
Born 1 January 1969, is a former Brazilian footballer. He got his nickname in his youth, from the same named brand of his first boots. Viola is famous for his strong personality on the pitch and great appearances in many teams he has played for throughout his long career.

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José Kléberson Pereira


kleberson
Known as Kléberson, born 19 June 1979, is a Brazilian former footballer, who played for Brazil 32 times and was part of the squad that won the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Last played as a midfielder for  Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the NASL and current coach at the Philadelphia Union Academy.

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José Carlos de Almeida (Zé Carlos)


ze carlos
Born 14 November 1968 in Presidente Bernardes, São Paulo State, is a Brazilian former association footballer who played as a defender. He started his career in 1990, and played for São José, Nacional, São Caetano, Portuguesa, União São João, São Paulo, Juventude, Matonense, Ponte Preta, Grêmio and Joinville. He last played for Portuguesa in 2005 until May.

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Amaury Ramalho dos Santos




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Douglas Gonzaga Leite



Douglas Gonzaga Leite, born March 27, 1980 simply - Douglas.


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Hermes Neves Soares


hermes
Nicknamed Hermes (born September 19, 1974 in São Paulo). He is a defensive midfielder.

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Carlos César Sampaio Campos


carlos cesar
Born 31 March 1968, is a Brazilian former footballer, who played as a midfielder. Joined the Brazil national football team during the 1993 Copa América. Played for Brazil at the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals, where he made six appearances in the team's run to the final. At the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals, he became remembered for scoring the first goal of the entire tournament in the 4th minute of Brazil's opening match against Scotland, a header from a corner on the left. Currently, he is a football analyst for ESPN Brasil.

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Lucimar Ferreira da Silva


lucio
Born 8 May 1978, commonly known as Lúcio. He began his professional career in 1998 with Sport Club Internacional. After three years in the club, he moved to Bayer Leverkusen, where he reached the 2002 Champions League final against Real Madrid of Spain. He scored a header in the final, which Real Madrid won with the score of 2–1. In 2004, he arrived at Bayern Munich, where he won three Cups and three Bundesliga titles. Since coach Louis van Gaal did not have a place for him at Bayern, he decided to search for a new team. He moved to Inter Milan in the summer of 2009 and helped them win the 2010 Champions League against his former club Bayern Munich.

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Giovanni Silva de Oliveira


Giovanni
Born 4 February 1972), better known as Giovanni, is a Brazilian football manager and former player. A versatile playmaker, his natural and favorite position was as an attacking midfielder, but he could also play as a forward, being an exceptional goal scorer. He was predominantly known for his world-class technique, his exceptional dribbling skills, and his outstanding flair and creativity on the ball, which saw him employ a variety of crafty moves, as well as his passing accuracy and goalscoring ability.  

read More
watch a video

 

PLAYERS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 


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