Beach Soccer - Brazilian Players Players of beach soccer in Brazil. in 2004 Robertinho, Júnior Negão, Benjamin,Jorginho and Buru; active substitutes Camilo, juninho, Bruno e Neném. http://www.v-brazil.com/culture/sports/beach-soccer-players.html
Extractions: Brazil Homepage Brazil Culture Sports Beach Soccer As described in the history page , much of the success of beach soccer is owed to the migration from famous players from the grass fields to the sand courts; in the first world championship, in 1985, the best players, ellected by the fans, were Zico and Junior (Zico was also the main striker, with 12 goals, the same as also famous Italian players Altobelli, who played with the Italian national team for several years). A few other well known Brazilian players had participation in beach soccer, such as (to cite only those who participated in the FIFA World Cups) Branco (who scored the third goal against Holland in 1994), Edinho (played in 1982 and 1986), Paulo Sergio (second goalkeeper in 1986) and Edmundo (France, 2000). Occasionally, mostly by marketing reasons, players still active (like Edmundo and Marcelinho Carioca, playing in Japan in the 2003 season) are invited for single matches (usually in a Rio x Sao Paulo or other inter-States challenge). However, this is far from being the norm. The players mentioned above were not retired field players who decided to move to the beach. Instead, they had always been beach players (all the Brazilians mentioned above had professional careers in Rio, and were frequent attenders of the Copacabana beaches) who happened to have success in the field soccer, and returned to the beaches after retiring.
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Extractions: It was never the lynch mob that some observers described, but when five Manchester United players crowded around the referee during an English league match last weekend, things were more ugly than the sport of soccer should tolerate. The scenario is becoming dangerously commonplace in a game where players, now among the highest earners of the human work force, see themselves as celebrities untouchable by the law. Manchester United is the most successful team in Europe and its mentality is the following: If people do not love the club and its style, that is their problem. Its players seem to believe belligerently that they are right and that anyone who rules otherwise is wrong. This is a problem for the sport at large. But the flashpoint on Saturday came before a crowd of 61,267 spectators and a television audience of millions. Jaap Stam, Manchester's dollars 17 million Dutch defender, was surprised by the darting run of Juninho, the Brazilian forward playing for Middlesbrough.
World Cup? The Dream Can End In A Second In Madrid on Sunday, juninho, the effervescent Tom Thumb of Brazil s national squad, It is exactly the foul that soccer s governing body, FIFA, http://www.iht.com/articles/1998/02/04/soccer.t_2.php
Extractions: In Madrid on Sunday, Juninho, the effervescent Tom Thumb of Brazil's national squad, was scythed down from behind. Reduced to tears, stretchered to the operating theater, he simply asked: "Doctor, and the World Cup?" Dr. Pedro Guillen might have replied, Son, forget the World Cup. He actually said: "We will have to see how things go." Then surgery laid bare the severity of the wounds: The fibula in the left leg was fractured, the ankle dislocated, ligaments twisted and torn. "Doctor, and the World Cup?" "Things were worse than expected," the surgeon had to admit. The injuries will require four months to heal. The World Cup is barely four months away. Since players must prove that their fitness and form are at a peak, Juninho is realistically lost to the tournament.
Boston.com / Sports / Soccer / Scotland Friday Brazilian midfielder juninho is set for a move back to his home country.juninho, 32, is ready for a switch to Brazilian club Palmeiras. http://www.sportsnetwork.com/default.asp?c=globe&page=soc-scot/news/CJN3824675.h
Boston.com / Sports / Soccer / Brazil Another English club, Middlesbrough FC, signed juninho on Friday, 24 hours after juninho, who featured in five of Brazil s matches at the World Cup, http://www.sportsnetwork.com/default.asp?c=globe&page=soc-bra/news/CLN2163674.ht
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French Soccer League (Le Championat) - Lens Vs. Lyon S Pernambucano juninho, M Daniel Moreira, M Christophe Delmotte, FRNCH UPDATELENS 0 LYON 1 LYON GOAL Pernambucano juninho in the 32nd minute 326 http://www.usatoday.com/sports/scores102/102253/20020910FRNCHLYON------0nr.htm
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Phantis: Greek Soccer Game, Goals 41 Adriano, 46 Robinho, 81 juninho European soccer championsGreece have been riding high since their shock success at Euro 2004. http://sports.phantis.com/soccer/ntl/game.html?id=447
Soccer Gaming Forums - Free-Kicks soccer Gaming Forums soccer News soccer Forum Your soccer Career I can t seem to direct the ball without getting effect, like juninho P. does http://www.soccergaming.tv/archive/index.php/t-124344.html
Extractions: So which free-kick taking style is the best? Beckham, R. Carlos, Ronaldinho or Nakamura style? Nimreitz 23-06-2005, 09:51:AM Beckham. If you can bend the ball, the wall doesn't even matter. Robbie Carlos just blasts it into the wall every time and once in a blue moon he gets lucky and scores. Someone like Beckham can just bend and contort the ball in such a way that he can put it anywhere on goal without hitting the wall. 23-06-2005, 10:04:AM Nakamura has the same style, but he puts more effect on the ball. I've tried the Beckham style a couple of days ago, all the day long, but my back started to hurt because you had to "extend" yourself each time you had to bend it, if you know what I mea :) henry#14 23-06-2005, 10:42:AM Forget the Beckham style or the other ones you mentioned. Try Juninho Pernambucano's style.
United Soccer Leagues (USL) Prior to his time in the USL First Division, juninho has built an Before joiningthe Islanders in 2004, juninho played for Novo Hamburgo in the Bolivian http://uslpro.uslsoccer.com/transactions/104562.html
Extractions: Prior to his time in the USL First Division, Juninho has built an impressive playing resume. Before joining the Islanders in 2004, Juninho played for Novo Hamburgo in the Bolivian B Series. While at Novo, he was named the third best foreign player in the Bolivian League. Juninho began his career with Barra da Tiuca of Rio de Janeiro in 1995. He has also spent time with Independiente Petrolero Sucre of Bolivia and C.A. Bizertin in Tunisia.
Extractions: Search this site: Middlesbrough's McClaren rules out replacing sacked Robson (Tue Aug 31) Middlesbrough coach Steve McClaren ruled himself out of replacing sacked Newcastle manager Bobby Robson. . . .more . . . Wiltord signs with Lyon for two years (Tue Aug 31) French international and former Arsenal striker Sylvain Wiltord has signed a two-year contract with Lyon, the French first division club said. . . .more . . . England teenage sensation Rooney joins United (Tue Aug 31) Manchester United completed the signing of England teenage sensation Wayne Rooney from Everton on a six-year contract in a deal worth up to 27 million pounds (40 million euros). . . .more . . . Butt ruled out for England as World Cup qualifier looms (Tue Aug 31) Nicky Butt has been ruled out of England's World Cup qualifier in Austria on Saturday with a hamstring injury and is doubtful for next Wednesday's trip to Poland. . . .more . . . Voller to take the reins at Roma (Tue Aug 31) Former German national coach Rudi Voller will take the reins at Roma for one year with a salary of 2.7 million euros (3.3 million dollars), the first-division Italian club said.
Extractions: First Published: Oct 09, 2000 Four goals from Romario helped Brazil to destroy Venezuela in Maracaibo 6-0 and bury the memory of coach Wanderley Luxemburgo's reign. Romario was one of the players who were at odds with Luxemburgo who was fired after the Olympics and he was back on form with a first half hat trick in eight minutes. Caretaker coach Candinho saw this healthy away win put Brazil back into contention for one of the four qualifying places for Japan and South Korea after two recent defeats under Luxemburgo. After a reasonable start from the home team Brazil struck five goals in an 18 minute spell. Debuting striker Euller started the scoring in the 21st minute when he ran clear from midfield for a neat finish. Juninho Paulista added a second in the 29th minute with a diving header when a cross by Romario reached him in front of goal.
Soccer News, January 29, 1999 juninho s £10m transfer move to Villa 90% certain. by John Curtis juninho is setto sign for Aston Villa early next week in a £10 million move with his http://archives.tcm.ie/irishexaminer/1999/01/29/phead.htm
Soccer News, August 4, 1998 juninho s agent dismisses Villa bid. by John Curtis juninho S agent Gianni Paladinilast night insisted Aston Villa had no chance of landing the Brazilian http://archives.tcm.ie/irishexaminer/1998/08/04/phead.htm
Extractions: The move for Kluivert appears doomed after a meeting attended by Milan's director-general Ariedo Bradia and agent Sigi Lens ended with the 22-year-old agreeing to stay at the San Siro. Kluivert was also linked with a move to Arsenal earlier this summer but that fell through and he will now stick to his current contract, which runs until June 2001.
The Sydney Morning Herald Home Sport soccer Article juninho was all alert, reading Mendieta sintentions well, darting into space to steer a header past Howard. http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/02/12/1076548155139.html?from=storyrhs