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Brazil in English
(Federative Republic of Brazil) country in South America

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Brazil in Greek
βραζιλία

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Brazil in Chinese (s)
巴西

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Brazil in Chinese (t)
巴西

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Brazil in Arabic
جمهورية البرازيل الفيدرالية (دولة في أمريكا الجنوبية)

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Brazil in Spanish
Brasil (República Federativa del Brasil) país en América del Sur

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Brazil in Russian
Бразилия

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Brazil in Dutch
Braziel

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Brazil in Portuguese
República Federativa do Brasil, país na América do Sul

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Brazil in Turkish
Brezilya

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Brazil in Italian
Brasile, Repubblica Federale del Brasile, stato del sud America

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Brazil in French
Brésil, pays d'Amérique du Sud

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Brazil in German
Brasilien, Föderative Republik Brasilien, Staat in Südamerika

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Brazil in Japanese
ブラジル

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Brazil in Hebrew
ברזיל, הרפובליקה הפדרלית של ברזיל, מדינה בדרום אמריקה

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Brazil in Korean
브라질, 남미에 있는 나라

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Brazil in Swedish
Brasilien

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brazil
n
1. the largest latin american country and the largest portuguese speaking country in the world; located in the central and northeastern part of south america; world's leading coffee exporter [syn: brazil, federative republic of brazil , brasil]


2. three-sided tropical american nut with white oily meat and hard brown shell [syn: brazil nut]



  similar words(2) 

 brazil wood 
 brazil nut 

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Brazil (, ), officially the Federative Republic of Brazil (, ), is the largest country in both South America and the Latin American region. It is the world's fifth largest country, both by geographical area and by population. It is the largest Lusophone country in the world, and the only one in the Americas.

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State: INDIANA
City: BRAZIL

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Noun
1. the largest Latin American country and the largest Portuguese speaking country in the world; located in the central and northeastern part of South America; world's leading coffee exporter
(synonym) Federative Republic of Brazil, Brasil
(hypernym) South American country, South American nation
(member-holonym) Organization of American States, OAS
(part-holonym) South America
(member-meronym) Brazilian
(part-meronym) Triple Frontier
Noun
1. three-sided tropical American nut with white oily meat and hard brown shell
(synonym) brazil nut
(hypernym) edible nut
(part-holonym) brazil nut, brazil-nut tree, Bertholletia excelsa


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Hellas Verona & Brazil

Birthdate: January 24, 1977
Birthplace: Santiago, Brazil
Height: 173 cm
Weight: 70 kg
Position: Forward
International: 0 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Juventude Caixas, Palmeiras, Guarani, AC Parma, Paris St. Germain
Transfer Fee: -
Werder Bremen & Brazil

Birthdate: July 19, 1973 Birthplace: Mogeira, Brazil Height: 177 cm Weight: 74 kg Position: Forward International: 0 caps, 0 goals World Cups: 0 Previous Clubs: Mogi Mirim, Internacional, Santa Cruz, Guarani, Tigres Transfer Fee: N/A
AS Roma & Brazil

Birthdate: November 30, 1965
Birthplace: Ilheus, Brazil
Height: 183 cm
Weight: 75 kg
Position: Central Defender
International: 83 caps, 3 goals
World Cups: 2 (1994, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Flamengo, Benfica
Transfer Fee: -

Palmeiras & Brazil

Birthdate: September 24, 1977
Birthplace: Curitiba, Brazil
Height: 174 cms
Weight: 67 kgs
Position: Midfielder
International: 15 caps, 6 goals (as of June 12, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Coritiba, Parana
Transfer Fee: -
Alex’s debut in the national team came in September 1998 against Yugoslavia. Alex was part of the team that came in second in the 1997 U-20 World Championship in Malaysia. He was called up for the 1999 Copa America squad as a replacement for the injured Juninho. Alex began his career at Coritiba, in 1996, when the team finished runner-up in the Parana state league. He transferred to Palmeiras in 1997 and came in second in the National Championship that year. In 1998, he won the Brazil Cup and Mercosur Cup. In 1999, the club claimed the Libertadores Cup and a runner-up spot in the São Paulo state league.
AS Roma & Brazil

Birthdate: July 25, 1976
Birthplace: Caieiras, Brazil
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 74 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 8 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Rio Branco, Flamengo, Santos
Transfer Fee: $8.52 Millions of Dollars
Flamengo & Brazil

Birthdate: January 16, 1977
Birthplace: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Height: 177 cm
Weight: 68 kg
Position: Defender, Midfielder
International: 19 caps, 6 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Santos
Transfer Fee: -
A winger of great technique, Athirson is considered a worthy successor to other great Flamengo players in the position before him - Paulo Henrique, Junior and Leonardo. Since the age of 15 he has played for the national U-17 and U-20 teams, and has won several titles. By nature, he is attacking player and enjoys being on the offensive. But has Athirson has been used several times as a midfielder, following in the footsteps of predecessors Junior and Leonardo, both wingers who also switched positions. He began his career in Flamengo’s youth divisions. 1998 saw him away on loan to Santos – but only temporarily, as the club from Rio has no plans of trading him any day soon.
Vasco da Gama & Brazil

Birthdate: March 14, 1970
Birthplace: Feira de Santana, Brazil
Height: 192 cm
Weight: 86 kg
Position: Central Defender
International: 22 caps, 2 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Flamengo, São Paulo, Werder Bremen, Palmeiras
Transfer Fee: -
Málaga & Brazil

Birthdate: March 6, 1972
Birthplace: Recife, Brazil
Height: 175 cm
Weight: 73 kg
Position: Forward
International: 0 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Fluminense, São Crsitovao, CSA, Uniao San Jorge, Os Belenenses, Salamanca, Leganés
Transfer Fee: -
Catanha is a player that thanks to his quality has stamped his name in Spanish Second Division. He was over-all top scorer in the 90's decade at the Spanish Liga Segunda. He is also wanted by many clubs in Europe. He is fast, powerful and a great goalscorer. In the 99-00 season he was second top scorer of the Spanish Liga Primera. Catanha has considered to play for the Spanish National team, because he has not been capped for his country.
Deportivo La Coruña & Brazil


Birthdate: June 12, 1974
Birthplace: Santa Maria de Serra, Brazil
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 74 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 37 caps, 3 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Palmeiras
Transfer Fee: -
Corinthians & Brazil

Birthdate: October 7, 1973
Birthplace: Irana, Brazil
Height: 195 cm
Weight: 84 kg
Position: Goalkeeper
International: 52 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Vitoria Bahia, Cruzeiro, AC Milan, Lugano
Transfer Fee: -
Botafogo & Brazil

Birthdate: October 24, 1968
Birthplace: Prados, Brazil
Height: 184 cm
Weight: 75 kg
Position: Forward
International: 12 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Volta Redonda, São Jose, Tecos UAG, Verdy Kawasaki, Benfica, Corinthians, Cruzeiro, Vasco da Gama, Tigres
Transfer Fee: $1.80 Millions of Dollars
Corinthians & Brazil

Birthdate: September 17, 1970
Birthplace: Salvador, Brazil
Height: 168 cm
Weight: 59 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 12 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Guarani, Palmeiras, Benfica, Kashiwa Reysol
Transfer Fee: -
Vasco da Gama & Brazil

Birthdate: April 2, 1971
Birthplace: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Height: 175 cm
Weight: 72 kg
Position: Forward
International: 36 caps, 9 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Palmeiras, Flamengo, Corinthians, Fiorentina
Transfer Fee: $13.00 Millions of Dollars
Bayern München & Brazil

Birthdate: July 23, 1972
Birthplace: Londrina, Brazil
Height: 182 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Position: Forward
International: 11 caps, 6 goals
World Cups: 0Previous Clubs: FC Londrina, Grasshopper Zurich, VfB Stuttgart
Transfer Fee: -

Cruzeiro & Brazil

Birthdate: November 22, 1977
Birthplace: São Pedro de Adovai, Brazil
Height: 186 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Position: Forward
International: 5 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Democrata, Atletico Mineiro, AS Roma
Transfer Fee: $15.00 Millions of Dollars
Vasco da Gama & Brazil

Birthdate: September 2, 1977
Birthplace: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Height: 1.75 mts
Weight: 69 kgs
Position: Defender
International: 2 caps, 0 goals (as of August 1, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: -
Full-back with exceptional ball skills, confident and quick in the tackle. One of Brazilian football's most impressive revelations of the last few years. Rewarded with his Brazil international debut against Yugoslavia in september '98. Was the subject of a failed transfer to AS Roma in 1999 and to Fiorentina in 2000. One of the best players in the FIFA Club World Championship of 2000, which his team lost in penalties to arch-rivals Corinthians.
São Paulo & Brazil


Birthdate: March 2, 1976
Birthplace: Codó-MA, Brazil
Height: 183 cms
Weight: 69 kgs
Position: Forward
International: 3 caps, 1 goals (as of June 12, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Nacional-AM
Transfer Fee: -
Made his international debut in a friendly match vs Wales in Cardiff, and scored his first international goal for Brazi in the legendary Wembley Stadium vs England (D 1:1). Both his first cap and first goal were in May 2000. Born artilleryman, came gaining its space in the São Paulo since he arrived, in 1996. One of the best in finishing, as much with the feet as with the head. Best goalscorer of São Paulo in the last season, which made Luxemburgo to call him for the National Team.
Olympiakos & Brazil

Birthdate: February 4, 1972
Birthplace: Belen, Brazil
Height: 188 cm
Weight: 86 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 19 caps, 6 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Taça de Luz, Tuna Luso, Remo, São Carlense, Santos, FC Barcelona
Transfer Fee: $6.50 Millions of Dollars
Giovanni isn't a striker but he scores quite often, since he has been one of the top scorers of the UCL in 99-00. He scored vital goals for his current club Olympiakos against Real Madrid and Molde. He has an exceptional talent and prefers to play as an attacking midfielder behind the strikers. So far he's won 2 spanish championships, 1 spanish supercup, 1 cup winners' cup with Barcelona and 1 greek championship with Olympiakos. He played in the World Cup of France in 98 for Brazil, but did not settle and was soon replaced by Leonardo in the 11-men intial.
Vasco da Gama & Brazil

Birthdate: January 30, 1975
Birthplace: Recife, Brazil
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 72 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 4 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Sport Recife
Transfer Fee: -
Santos & Brazil

Birthdate: September 15, 1969
Birthplace: São Paulo, Brazil
Height: 187 cm
Weight: 77 kg
Position: Central Defender
International: 41 caps, 5 goals
World Cups: 1 (1994)
Previous Clubs: Novo-Rizontino, Internacional Porto Alegre, Botafogo, Bordeaux, Fiorentina,
Atletico Mineiros, São Paulo, Ajax Amsterdam
Transfer Fee: -
Deportivo La Coruña & Brazil
Birthdate: January 12, 1968
Birthplace: São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 83 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 57 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 1 (1994)
Previous Clubs: Bragantinos
Transfer Fee: -
Bayern München & Brazil


Birthdate: February 6, 1969
Birthplace: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 79 kg
Position: Midfielder, Forward
International: 20 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Aclimacao, Corinthians, Novo Horizonto, Bayer Leverkusen, AS Roma
Transfer Fee: $7.70 Millions of Dollars
Valladolid & Brazil

Birthdate: January 15, 1976
Birthplace: São Paulo, Brazil
Height: 181 cm
Weight: 74 kg
Position: Forward
International: 3 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: FC Portuguesa, Flamengo
Transfer Fee: -
Deportivo La Coruña & Brazil

Birthdate: March 31, 1968
Birthplace: São Paulo, Brazil
Height: 1.82 mts
Weight: 76 kgs
Position: Defensive Midfielder
International: 37 caps, 5 goals (as of August 19, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Santos, Yokohama Flugels, Palmeiras
Transfer Fee: -
Defensive midfielder whose main task is to protect the defence. Experienced warhorse who has returned to Palmeiras after four years in Japanese soccer. A regular in Brazil's 1998 World Cup side and the great Palmeiras side of the early 1990s. Made his debut for Brazil in 1991. Played in the 1993 and 1995 Copa America tournaments but was overlooked for the 1994 World Cup. Off the field, Cesar Sampaio is deeply religious and spends much of the long hours at the Brazilian team camp organizing bible-reading sessions with some of his team mates. His declarations are peppered with references to the bible and God, whose will is often cited as the main reason for Brazil's success.
Real Madrid & Brazil

Birthdate: January 9, 1974
Birthplace: São Torquato, Brazil
Height: 176 cm
Weight: 69 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 40 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Flamengo
Transfer Fee: -
AC Milan & Brazil

Birthdate: June 26, 1971
Birthplace: Nilopolis, Brazil
Height: 181 cm
Weight: 75 kg
Position: Left Defender
International: 9 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: São Paulo
Transfer Fee: $12.00 Millions of Dollars
Galatasaray & Brazil

Birthdate: May 8, 1966
Birthplace: Santa Rosa, Brazil
Height: 190 cm
Weight: 78 kg
Position: Goalkeeper
International: 113 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 3 (1990, 1994, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Rio Grande, AC Parma, Reggiana, Atletico Mineiro
Transfer Fee: -
Corinthians & Brazil

Birthdate: March 13, 1974
Birthplace: Salvador, Brazil
Height: 184 cm
Weight: 74 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 12 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Vitoria, PSV Eindhoven, VVV Venlo, Fluminense
Transfer Fee: -
Bayer Leverkusen & Brazil

Birthdate: July 6, 1974
Birthplace: São Paulo, Brazil
Height: 174 cm
Weight: 72 kg
Position: Defender, Midfielder
International: 33 caps, 4 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: FC Portuguesa, Real Madrid, Flamengo
Transfer Fee: $12.00 Millions of Dollars


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An Bhrasaíl

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Country Code-55

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BR (Internet),
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Following three centuries under the rule of Portugal, Brazil became an independent nation in 1822. By far the largest and most populous country in South America, Brazil overcame more than half a century of military intervention in the governance of the country when in 1985 the military regime peacefully ceded power to civilian rulers. Brazil continues to pursue industrial and agricultural growth and development of its interior. Exploiting vast natural resources and a large labor pool, it is today South America's leading economic power and a regional leader. Highly unequal income distribution remains a pressing problem.

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    Brazil Fast Food Corp.
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    Holding company with subsidiary which owns and operates hamburger fast food restaurants in brazil. BRAZIL FAST FOOD CORP
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    AC Parma & Brazil

    Birthdate: July 5, 1974
    Birthplace: Brasilia, Brazil
    Height: 179 cms
    Weight: 69 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 12 caps, 9 goals (as of June 1, 2000)
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    Marcio Amoroso is Brazilian by birth, but he had his first success on the football pitch in the Far East. After playing in the Guarani youth teams, the Brazilian forward flew to Japan, aged eighteen, to play for Verdy Kawasaki. He returned to his homeland in 1994 and soon become one of the rising stars in Brazilian football scoring 19 goals in 26 games in his first stint in Serie A. In 1996 he moved to the titled Flamengo. After just a few months, though, he moved to Italy and joined for Udinese, scoring 42 goals in three seasons and achieving the title of top goalscorer in Serie A last year. He is a central player in the forward line and the man that Parma are hoping will help the team to score yet more goals. Marcio is very fast, agile and capable of creating any of the most incredible opportunities and goals. Was third place top-scorer in 1999 Copa America, after teammates Rivaldo and Ronaldo.

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    Birthdate: September 19, 1970
    Birthplace: Goiatuba, Brazil
    Height: 181 cms
    Weight: 72 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 3 caps, 1 goals (as of May 11, 2000)
    International Debut: August 10, 1997 vs. South Korea (W 2-1)

    Sonny play like a center forward, although his mobility and intelligence carries him to displace continually for all attack positions. Rapid, with a notable technical quality and vision of game, he
    has always stood out for a notable goal-scorer capacity, although his work within the field doesn't limit only to that facet. He work many in benefit of the group, pressures the rival defenses and is capable of fleeing of the personal brilliance if the team is seen beneficiary with it. This last quality gives an idea of the type of player that Anderson is and of the infinites possibilities that he offers to the coach his presence within the field. Also, he knows how to take on the responsibility in the commited situations and always find the way for desmarking within the area and receive the pass of a companion. Is known as Sony, diminutive of Anderson.

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    Birthdate: June 19, 1970
    Birthplace: São Paulo, Brazil
    Height: 176 cms
    Weight: 74 kgs
    Position: Defender (Right)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 87 caps, 3 goals (as of June 1, 2000)
    Italian Serie A Debut: August 31, 1997 vs. Empoli


    Speedy, potent and very good technically, Cafú is able to change a match with his moves down the right, where he result very difficult of stoping. His dribbles in race are sensational and unexpected. He defend and attack with the same force and precision.

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    Deportivo La Coruna & Brazil

    Birthdate: October 9, 1970
    Birthplace: Santos, Brazil
    Height: 178 cms
    Weight: 69 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 11 caps, 2 goals (as of May 27, 2000)
    Spanish Liga Primera Debut: August 31, 1997 vs. Tenerife (D 0:0)


    Altough Djalminha usually plays in the left of the midfield, his movility and quality enable him to adapt to other positions in the field. Excellent vision of game, precise passes to his team members, a technique almost perfect and the creativity of a magician are some of Djalma's characteristics. Altough he plays in the midfield, is not strange to saw him dribbling defenders and scoring superb goals dignified of any world class forward. He likes to dribble defenders just to have fun and humiliate the rivals. Left-footed free-kick specialist. However, not everything is "positive" in Djalminha. Across his career Feitosa Dias has been known for his indiscipline towards rivals, referees, team members and even his coach.
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    Birthdate: April 4, 1976
    Birthplace: Uruguaiana, Brazil
    Height: 179 cms
    Weight: 75 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 28 caps, 4 goals (as of June 2, 2000)
    International Debut: September 10, 1997 v Ecuador (W 4:2)


    Attacking Midfielder with Bayer Leverkusen and Defensive Midfielder with Brazilian National Team, Emerson Ferreira got his name in World Class football after an injury of another brazilian star, Romario. Who days before France 1998 World Cup starting game was taken out of the list and Zagallo added Emerson with No. 11. He had a good participation in 1998 World Cup, he even scored a goal (on penalty shoot-outs) versus Holland in the semifinal. Months later, and also after Dunga's farewell, Ferreira da Rosa has seized a place in the midfield of the brazilian national team. Emerson is a very complete player; a great leader, has good vision of game, makes very good passes and when it's time to defend he does it very good.

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    Galatasaray & Brazil

    Birthdate: September 18, 1973
    Birthplace: Fortaleza (Ceara), Brazil
    Height: 188 cms
    Weight: 76 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 6 caps, 1 goals (as of June 2, 2000)
    International Debut: Unknown


    Jardel is the 'golden boot' winner of 1999. He scored 36 goals in 32 matches for FC Porto, which put them this year to the first place of the league again. Jardel has been the most attractive player in Portugal for the last years. However, it should not be surprising if he'll leave Porto this year or next year for a top-club in Spain or England. "I won everything possible in Portugal and I want to have a new challenge". Has very few appearances with the Brazilian National team.

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    Birthdate: February 22, 1973
    Birthplace: São Paulo, Brazil
    Height: 167 cms
    Weight: 57 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 40 caps, 2 goals (as of June 2, 2000)
    Debut in Premier League: November 4, 1995 vs. Leeds United

    One of the smallest men in the English Premier, the Brazilian makes up for his lack of height with pinpoint passing and outstanding dribbling. Missed France 1998 World Cup because of an injury. Returned to Middlesbrough after some problems in Atletico Madrid. Juninho was a vital member in the São Paulo's dream team that won almost everything in the early 1990's. In spite of being on a "small" English team, Juninho was named best player of the Premier League in 1997 during his first spell before moving to Spanish Liga Primera. His transger fee is setted to be worth $20.20 Millions of Dollars.

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    Birthdate: September 5, 1969
    Birthplace: Niteroi (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
    Height: 177 cms
    Weight: 73 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 57 caps, 8 goals (as of June 2, 2000)
    Debut in National team: October 17, 1990 vs. Chile (D 0-0)

    He was nurtured in the Flamengo youth squads of Rio de Janeiro. He made his debut at the age of 18 years, he played 52 matches for the Brasilian "Rossoneri". He then moved to São Paolo where he achieved his first throphies. In 1991 he moved on to European football where he joined Spanish club Valencia. He played there for two years (1991-93) playing a total of 70 matches scoring 7 goals in the process. In 1993, Leonardo moved back to Sao Paolo where he had a hand in defeating Milan in the Intercontinental Cup final in Tokyo. He then moved on to Japan where he stayed on for two seasons (1994-96) with the Kashima Antlers where he was called upon to substitute none other than Zico. From there he came back to European football with Paris Saint Germain where he played for only one season playing 32 matches and scoring 7 goals, managing to reach the Cup Winners Cup final, scoring 3 goals in 7 matches and arriving second in the French league. The player then moved to Milan in Italy when he was transferred at a very late stage in September. Leonardo The playmaker role in midfield. Played as a left-back in 1994 WC but missed the matches from the quarter-finals onwards after being sent off for elbowing Tab Ramos. Refused to play 1999 Copa America, because he wanted to be team's captain, but Luxemburgo denied him that privilege saying that Cafu deserve it more.

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    Birthdate: April 19, 1972
    Birthplace: Recife, Brazil
    Height: 186 cms
    Weight: 76 kgs
    Position: Midfielder (Left)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 38 caps, 22 goals (as of June 6, 2000)
    International Debut: March 23, 1994 vs. Argentina (W 2:0)

    1999 was perfect for Rivaldo, he won every trophy available for best player. He play like midfielder - forward on the left, although he can also play on the center. He possess an exceptional technical quality, ability and vision of game. Extraordinarily precise in the pass, he move with great intelligence within the field and knows the one which more suits to their team in all moment. Rivaldo control the ball, observe and decide who it is the better option. To everything, he add a potent shooting to target and a notable goal-scorer capacity. He is capable of breaking a defense of the most inimaginable form and he don't hesitate to lean on continually in their companions or in displacing the zone of attack for all, until he find the enough space in order to give loose rein to his imagination.
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    Real Madrid & Brazil

    Birthdate: April 10, 1973
    Birthplace: Garca (São Paulo), Brazil
    Height: 168 cms
    Weight: 67 kgs
    Position: Defender (Left)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 74 caps, 6 goals (as of June 1, 2000)
    International Debut: February 26, 1992 vs. United States (W 3:0)

    Quick in turning defence into attack down the left, the Brazilian international is a fine corner taker and has a devastating shot at set pieces. Free kick specialist remembered for his spectacular goal against France in a summer international. Has created many long distance goals with Real Madrid.The perimeter of his thigh is 58.5 cms, can jump 66 cms (vertical), fatness is 7% (average of majority of players is 15%), can run 100 mts in 10.6 seconds (WR=9.84) his maximum speed is 34 km/h, shot speed is 170 km/h, and ball covers 36 mts on Roberto Carlos throw in.

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    Inter Milan & Brazil

    Birthdate: September 22, 1976
    Birthplace: Bento Ribeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
    Height: 183 cms
    Weight: 82 kgs
    Position: Forward (Center)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 56 caps, 37 goals (as of June 2, 2000)
    International Debut: March 24, 1994 vs. Argentina (W 2:0)

    Has an incredible physical ability to move the ball away from the defenders and is with no doubt the most contundend forward of the world. Voted the Best Player of the World for 2 consecutive years (1996 and '97), Ronaldo is one of the most spectacular players of the world. He is just the second non-European to win the European Player of the Year after Alfredo di Stefano. He played very good on France 98, but in the final game he did not showed his quality. Left out of many Serie A games in 1998-99 because of injuries, but in 1999 Paraguay's Copa America he show the world that he is back, like he said when interviewed by mexican media "God: Thank You!". In year 2000 has only played 7 minutes, he got injured again.
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    Gremio & Brazil

    Birthdate: March 21, 1980
    Birthplace: Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul), Brazil
    Height: 178 cms
    Weight: 70 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 14 caps, 8 goals (as of June 1, 2000)
    International Debut: June 1999 vs. Latvia (W)


    Ronaldinho is fast, has very good waist movements, that unbalance the rivals, and has an impressive speed before arriving to the area, speed which he transforms into pure technique when being above the area, but Ronaldinho is not only speed and dribbles, he also has an excellent touch of ball, as good with the ball in movement as on free kicks, and his passes have an impressive precision. Called to be the companion of Ronaldo Nazario in the next international competitions of the "verde amarelha". In Porto Alegre, he is the maximum figure of Grêmio. The "spoiled boy" of Guadalajara, since Brazil's arrival to Mexico for the Confederations Cup of 1999, and he did not defrauded the fans, he scored 1 goal in each one of the games played in Guadalajara, including a two super goals one to New Zealand and another versus Saudi Arabia, the third one, which one he celebreated with a kiss to the camera giving thanks to all the crowd. Has been linked with a transfer to Real Madrid, Inter Milan or AC Milan.

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    Brazil
    Nickname A Seleção (The Selection)
    Association Brazilian Football Confederation
    Coach Carlos Alberto Parreira, 2003-
    Most caps Cafu (141)
    Top scorer Pelé (77)
    Home colours

    Away colours


    First international
     Argentina 5 - 0 Brazil
    (Buenos Aires, Argentina; August 20, 1914)
    Largest win
    Brazil 10 - 1 Bolivia
    (São Paulo, Brazil; 10 April 1949)
    Worst defeat
     Uruguay 6 - 0 Brazil
    (Viña del Mar, Chile; 18 September 1920)
    World Cup
    Appearances 18 (First in 1930)
    Best result Winners, 1958, 1962, 1970,
     1994, 2002
    Copa América
    Appearances 31 (First in 1916)
    Best result Winners, 1919, 1922, 1949,
     1989, 1997, 1999, 2004

    The Brazilian national football team is the national football team of Brazil. As of this writing, it is the most successful national football team in the world, with five FIFA World Cup victories, including the most recent tournament in 2002. A common quip about football is: "The English invented it, the Brazilians perfected it."

    Brazilians refer to the national football team as the "Seleção," which literally means "selection" and can be translated "the selected".

    Contents

    • 1 History 
      • 1.1 Early history
      • 1.2 World Cup 1958
      • 1.3 The Pelé era (1958–1970)
      • 1.4 1974–1990
      • 1.5 More success (1994–present)
    • 2 World Cup record
    • 3 Copa América record
    • 4 Famous players
    • 5 Famous coaches
    • 6 World Cup squad
    • 7 See also
    • 8 References
    • 9 Notes
    • 10 External links




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    Brazil in Greek
    Βραζιλία

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    (Lex). Βραζιλία

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    Ουσ. Βραζιλία, χώρα της Νοτίου Αμέρικής

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    Βραζιλία

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    Brazil in Esperanto
    Brazilo

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    Brazil in Afrikaans
    Brasilië

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    Brazil in Chinese (s)
    Brazil agate 巴西玛瑙

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    [E] Brazil (n) [P] Brasil (m) [C] 巴西

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    Brazil in Interlingua
    Brasil

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    Brazil in Arabic
    البرازيل

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    اسْم : دولة الْبَرَازِيل


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    البرازيل
    Short name: BR, BRACountry code: +55

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    البرازيل

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    ألاسم

    بَرَازِيل


    ethar1@yahoo.com

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    Brazil in Czech
    Brazílie

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    Brazil in Spanish
    Brasil

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    (n.) = Brasil.
    Ex: Multiple regressions and analysis of variance were the main statistical methods used in the analysis of the data which was collected in the Federal District of Brazil.


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    Brasil

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    Brazil in Russian
    (n) Бразилия

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    n. Бразилия n. мин. серный колчедан, пирит

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    Brazil in Papiamento
    Brasil

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    Brazil in Dutch
    Brazilië

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    Brazil in Portuguese
    Brasil

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    [mineralogia] s. brasil, m.; (1) piritas de ferro; (2) carvão rico em piritas

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    Brazil in Turkish
    brezilya

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    bakkam agaci, kizilagaç

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    i. Brezilya.

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    i. Brezilya.

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    brezilya

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    Brazil in Thai
    (บระซิล) n. ชื่อต้นไม้

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    ประเทศ บระสีล-

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    Brazil in Italian
    Brasile

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    Brazil in Romanian
    brazilia

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    Brazil in Catalan
    s GEOGR Brasil

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    Brazil in Polish
    Brazylia f

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    Brazylia

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    Brazylia

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    Brazil in French
    brazil [brB'zNl] n brazil nut, noix f d'Amérique ou du Brésil.

    Brazil [brB'zNl] n Brésil m.

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    Brésil

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    BrésilShort name: BR, BRACountry code: +55

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    Brazil in Croatian
    Brazil

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    Brazil

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    Brazil in German
    Brazil 
    (Sci-Fi-Komödie) GB 1984 R: Terry Gilliam D: Jonathan Pryce, Robert De Niro, Michael Ralin, Kim Greist


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    Brazil in Danish
    Brasilien

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    Brazil in Persian
    بقم
     کلمات مرتبط(1)  کلمات مرتبط(brazil):



    بازگشت به واژه brazil


    brazil-wood 



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    بقم‌ دارپرنيان‌ ،چوب‌ سرخ‌

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    ôى“  ¤¨ ’ّ‌ٹ ِ‘‏÷¤•¤گ¢

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    Brazil in Finnish
    Brasilia

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    Brazil in Hungarian
    berzsenyfesték, berzsenyszín

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    berzsenyfesték, berzsenyszín

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    Brazil in Hebrew
    אגוזי ברזיל
    מכילים חומצה אלפא לינולאית, חומצות אמינו ומתכות הנדירות יחסית בפירות.
    70 אחוזים ממשקלם הינם שומן ושמנים !

    Dictionary source: Gali's Gastronomical Dictionary
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    Brazil in Albanian
    [brë'zi:l] n. gjeog. Brazil

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    Brazil in Mongolian
    бразили,Бразили

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    Brazil in Swedish
    Brasilien

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    Brazil in Ukrainian
    (n) бразилія

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