Real names of Brazilian and Portugese soccer players

5 years ago Jeffrey 0
Brazilian and Portuguese football players usually use their nicknames or simply first names as official names in match lineups and on the their kits. A lot of them have long names, shortening them is the best option, this is also a Brazilian and Portuguese custom. Pele (Brazil) – Edson Arantes do Nascimento Ronaldo (Brazil) – Read More

Leonardo Inojoza Filho

9 years ago Jeffrey 0
This profile was emailed to Soccerly, probably by the player himself. Based on this kid’s website, Leonardo Inojoza Filho is a Brazilian-Canadian footballer. He was born in Brazil, but transferred to Canada when he was 6 years old. According to him, he spent a week training in England’s Liverpool FC. He won several championship in Read More

Neymar and Pato on the Scoresheet for Brazil

9 years ago Jeffrey 0
Two young phenom Brazilians Neymar and Pato helped down team USA in a friendly match in New Meadowlands Stadium in New Jersey. 18 year old Neymar took Brazil ahead in the 29th minute. This is just his first game for Brazil. Then, Pato sealed the victory 2-0 in injury time. Watch the video of Brazil Read More

Rodrigo Possebon

11 years ago Jeffrey 1
Rodrigo Possebon became a Manchester United player in January 2008. Although given the number 34 in the first team, but it would take time for him to play regularly. He is probably not a hot commodity in Brazilian international football since he is not currently called for a duty in the Olympics. Maybe in the Read More

Alex Pato in the Olympics

11 years ago Jeffrey 0
Brazilian teenage prodigy Alexander Pato or simply “Pato” (Duck) scored the second goal against New Zealand in the Beijing Olympics. The second goal was in the 10th minute, a cross or assist from another teen Marcelo. The match ended in 5-0 for Brazil. Read More

Kalani, 6 year old Brazilian Football Wonder

11 years ago Jeffrey 0
I found a video on Youtube about a Brazilian, 5 years old at the time in the video. He is really good for his age. He even knows how to bend a ball. His favorite team is Flumininse, a club from Brazil. His favorite player is Ronaldinho. He is a really good finisher, but he Read More

Pato, the next Pele?

11 years ago Jeffrey 5
Pato as he is popularly called has been touted as the next Pele. Hhhhmm, that remains to be seen. But right now, those worthy to be called as the “next Pele” are Kaka and Ronaldo (of Portugal). Read More