mercredi 1 juillet 2015

A Selection of Brazilian footballers of the French League from Yesterday to Today.

 It's Summer so here's a selection of brazilians footballers who used to play into the French League (Division I & Ligue 1):
 C'est l'été donc voici une sélection de footballeurs brésiliens ayant évolué dans le Championnat de France (Division I & Ligue 1).

 

The Dream Team of the Brazilians who played in the French League:

XI de rêve des Brésiliens de France:


XI de rêve des Brésiliens de France

Jaguare Vasconcellos, 'Jaguaré' (GK)_OM

Cristiano Marques Gomes 'Cris' (CB)_OL

Raymundo Ricardo Gomes 'Ricardo G.' (CB)_PSG

Carlos Mozer (CB)_OM

Thiago Emiliano da Silva, Thiago Silva (CB)_PSG

Cândido Valdo Filho 'Valdo' (Mid)_PSG

Raimundo Souza Vieira de Oliveira 'Raï' (Mid)_PSG

Antonio Augusto Ribeiro 'Reis Junior Pernambucano'/ 'Juninho' (Mid)_OL

Jaïr Ventura Filho 'Jaïrzinho' (FWD)_OM

Ronaldo de Assis Moreira 'Ronaldinho' (FWD)_PSG

[B]Sonny Anderson (FWD/ CF)_OM, ASM, OL[/B]


Others (non-exhaustive list):
 *** marks real alternative choices for the best 11.

1950s-60s:
José Brandaozinho (AS Monaco)
Yeso Amalfi (Nice, AS Monaco, Racing CF, Red Star, OM, CA Paris)
Constantinho Pires (Nïmes, OL, OM, Marignane)
Fausto Pinto da Silva 'Faustinho' (Sedan)
Carlos 'Ruiter' De Oliveira Santos (Bordeaux, AS Monaco, La Rochelle)

70s:
Paulo César Lima or Paulo César 'Caju' (OM) with Jairzinho. ***

Then after:
Luizinho da Silva (Nîmes, Montpellier)
Julio César da Silva (Brest, Montpellier) ***
'Baltazar' Maria de Morais Junior (Rennes), pichichi' with Atlético Madrid in 1989.
Pita (RC Strasbourg)
Luiz Henrique (AS Monaco)
Valdeïr (Bordeaux)
'Marcelo' Kiremitdjian Djian (OL)
Marcio Santos (Bordeaux)
Paulo Sergio Gralak (Bordeaux)
Deïvid (Bordeaux)
Savio (Bordeaux)
Leonardo Nascimento de Araújo, Leonardo *** (1st half of his unique season)
Alex Dias De Almeida (PSG, St Etienne)
Christian (PSG, Bordeaux)
'José Aloïsio' (St Etienne, PSG)
Magalhaes da Silva Isaias (FC Metz)
Eduardo Oliveira Dos Santos (Sedan)
Marcelo Dos Santos 'Marcelinho' (AC Ajaccio, OM)
Francileudo Santos (Sochaux, TFC)
Adriano Gabiru (OM)
Demetrius Ferreira (Bastia, Nancy, OM)
Silva André Luiz (Nancy)
Paulo César Arruda Parente (PSG)
Reinaldo Da Cruz Oliveira (PSG)
'Denilson' de Oliveira Araujo (Bordeaux)
Eduardo Costa (Bordeaux, OM, Monaco)
'Luis Robson' Da Silva Pereira (FC Lorient)
Pereira da Silva 'Everson' (Nice, Geugnon)
Rafael Schmidtz (Lille, Valenciennes)
Rodrigo Lacerba Ramos (AC Ajaccio)
Waldir Lucas Pereira Filho (AC Ajaccio)
'Ilan' Araujo Dall'Igna (Sochaux, St Etienne, AC Ajaccio)
José Adaïlton (Rennes)
Hilton (SC Bastia, RC Lens, OM)
Claudio Caçapa (OL, Evian-Thonon)
José Edmilson Gomes de Moraes 'Edmilson' (OL)
Fernando (Bordeaux)
Fabio Santos (OL)
Grafite, Géder, Paulo André (Le Mans)
Tulio De Melo (Le Mans, Lille)
'Nenê' (Monaco, PSG) ***
Wendel (Bordeaux)
Douglas Maïcon (AS Monaco)
Fred (OL)
'Michel Bastos' (Lille, OL)
Ederson (Nice, OL)
Emerson Conceiçao (Lille)
Carlos Henrique dos Santos Souza (Bordeaux)
'Jussiê' Ferreira Vieira (Lens, Bordeaux)
Ceara (PSG)
Adriano Pereira da Silva (AS Monaco)
Matheus ' Vivian ' (Grenoble, FC Metz, FC Nantes)

*** are: Paulo César, Julio César, Leonardo and Nenê. Most of all, Paulo César and Nenê are in balance with Jairzinho.

I have not updated this list since June 2011. But once again, this is not all the Brazilians who used to play in France, but it is a selection.

Now there are Maxwell (certainly one of the best left-back to have ever played in L1), Thiago Motta (certainly one of the toughest), Lucas Moura, Marquinhos all at PSG. And between 2011 and right now in 2015 certainly some others even if today there are less Brazilians than before. Ah and I almost forget David Luiz! From PSG too.


But now also some others for who that "didn't work":

'Luis Fabiano' Clemente, Severino Lucas and Vander (Rennes)
Giovane Elber', Honorato Da Silva 'Nilmar', Cléber Anderson (OL): a bit old, a bit young, a bit shaky.
'Vampeta' (PSG)
André Luiz Moreira (OM)
'Adailton' Martins Bolzan (PSG)
Dudu Cearense & César Belli (Rennes)
Ronaldinho's brother, Roberto de Assis Moreira (Montpellier for his last season)
Ricardo Luís Pozzi Rodrigues 'Ricardinho' (Bordeaux)
Flavio Cuca (Mulhouse, St Etienne, Mister 22, or 2 goals a season)
' Jeovânio ' Rocha Do Nascimento (Valenciennes)
Luan (Toulouse)
Fabian Bolivar (AS Monaco)
'Geraldo' Dutra Perera (one season in Paris)
'Abel Braga' (PSG) (but not at the same point of the precedent names)
Joël Camargo (2 matches for PSG and went to Saad).

And to finish on a high, roll of honor.
Et pour finir sur une bonne note, tableau d'honneur.




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