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  1. Ronaldinho Gaúcho

    Ronaldinho Gaúcho


    Ronaldo de Assis Moreira (born 21 March 1980), commonly known as Ronaldinho or Ronaldinho Gaúcho, is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for Fluminense and the Brazil national team. His main playing position is as an attacking midfielder or forward. He won the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2004 and 2005. Renowned for his technique, tricks, dribbling, overhead kicks, no-look passes and free kicks, Ronaldinho is regarded to be one of the best players of his generation.

  2. Maxi López

    Maxi López


    Maximiliano Gastón López (born 3 April 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a striker for Italian club Torino.

  3. Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira

    Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira


    Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira (born 13 April 1988), commonly known as Anderson, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Internacional. He plays as a box-to-box midfielder noted for his vision, and strength.

  4. Elano



    Elano Blumer (born 14 June 1981), simply known as Elano, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Chennaiyin FC, on loan from Santos. He has been noted for his accurate passing and precise set pieces.

  5. Alessandro Mori Nunes

    Alessandro Mori Nunes


    Alessandro Mori Nunes or simply Alessandro (born 10 January 1979) is a Brazilian former professional footballer.

  6. Lucas Leiva

    Lucas Leiva


    Lucas Pezzini Leiva (born 9 January 1987), known as Lucas, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Liverpool and the Brazil national team. Originally beginning his career as a box to box midfielder at Grêmio, he moved to Liverpool F.C. in 2007, eventually establishing himself as a squad regular.

  7. Cristiano Marques Gomes

    Cristiano Marques Gomes


    Cristiano Marques Gomes (born 3 June 1977) or simply Cris, is a Brazilian footballer. He currently is a free agent. Cris has represented his country. He is also nicknamed "the policeman" by way of reference to his authoritarian nature on the pitch and his four months experience in a police department in Guarulhos. He has won the Ligue 1 with Olympique Lyonnais from 2005 to 2008, the Brazilian Championship in 1998 with Corinthians and in 2003 with Cruzeiro. He also won the Copa do Brasil in 1995 with Corinthians and 2000 with Cruzeiro EC and the Copa America in 2004 with Brazil.

  8. André Santos

    André Santos


    André Clarindo dos Santos (born 8 March 1983), more commonly known as André Santos, is a Brazilian footballer who has previously featured for the Brazil national football team and currently plays for FC Wil 1900 in the Swiss Challenge League. Santos is a left-back, who can also be deployed as a left winger. On 15 June 2009, he made his first international appearance as a substitute in a match against Egypt. Santos participated and helped Brazil capture the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. He joined Arsenal from Fenerbahçe in August 2011.

  9. Renato Gaúcho

    Renato Gaúcho


    Renato Gaúcho, real name Renato Portaluppi (born September 9, 1962) is a former Brazilian footballer who played forward and a football manager, he was born in Guaporé, Rio Grande do Sul.

  10. Giovanni Silva de Oliveira

    Giovanni Silva de Oliveira


    Giovanni Silva de Oliveira (born February 4, 1972 in Abaetetuba), better known as Giovanni, is a retired football player from Brazil and currently a scout for Olympiacos. His natural and favorite position was that of attacking midfielder, but he could also play as a forward, being an exceptional goalscorer. He was known for his world-class technique, his exceptional dribbling and variety of crafty moves, his outstanding creativity, as well as his passing and scoring ability. He played (most notably) for FC Barcelona, Olympiacos F.C. and Santos. Internationally, he played for the Brazilian national team, gaining 20 caps and scoring 6 goals.

  11. Emerson Ferreira da Rosa

    Emerson Ferreira da Rosa


    Émerson Ferreira da Rosa (born 4 April 1976), simply known as Emerson, is a retired Brazilian footballer who played as a midfielder. He played 73 games for the Brazil national team between 1997 and 2006, winning the 1999 Copa America and the 2005 Confederations Cup, also reaching the 1998 World Cup Final. With Brazil, he has taken part in two FIFA World Cups (1998, 2006, missing out on the 2002 FIFA World Cup due to injury), two Copa Americas (1999, 2001), and three FIFA Confederations Cups (1999, 2003, 2005). An experienced footballer, who was nicknamed the Puma due to his powerful but elegant, ball-winning style of play, he has played for two Brazilian clubs (Grêmio and Santos) as well as several European clubs, including Bayer Leverkusen, Roma, Juventus, Real Madrid, and Milan, winning several titles. In addition to his Brazilian passport, Emerson also holds Italian and German passports.

  12. Jean Beausejour

    Jean Beausejour


    Jean André Emanuel Beausejour Coliqueo (born 1 June 1984), nicknamed Palmatoria, is a Chilean footballer who plays for Colo-Colo in the Primera División de Chile.

  13. Carlos Alberto de Jesus

    Carlos Alberto de Jesus


    Carlos Alberto Gomes de Jesus (born 11 December 1984) commonly known as just Carlos Alberto, is a Brazilian football attacking midfielder who can also play as a second striker. He currently plays for Figueirense. He is known for his technique, dribbling, balance and two-footed ability.

  14. Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira

    Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira


    Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira (born 1 April 1984), known simply as Jonas is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Portuguese club Benfica as a striker. He can also play as an attacking midfielder.

  15. Atilio Ancheta

    Atilio Ancheta


    Atilio Genaro Ancheta Weigel (born July 19, 1948 in Florida, Uruguay) is a former footballer from Uruguay, who played for the national team at the 1970 FIFA World Cup. He was a defender and spent most of his career with Grêmio Football Porto-Alegrense, appearing in 164 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A matches. In 1973 he received the Brazilian Bola de Ouro award.

  16. William Machado de Oliveira

    William Machado de Oliveira


    William Machado de Oliveira or simply William (born August 24, 1976) is a retired Brazilian central back.

  17. Washington (footballer)

    Washington (footballer)


    Washington Stecanela Cerqueira, or simply Washington (born April 1, 1975 in Brasília), is a retired association footballer who played striker.

  18. Alejandro Sabella

    Alejandro Sabella


    Alejandro Javier Sabella (born 5 November 1954) is an Argentine football manager and former player who was the coach of the Argentina national football team from 2011 until 2014. Born in Buenos Aires, he began his playing career with River Plate in his home country before moving to England in 1978 to play for Sheffield United. Known as Alex while in England (an anglicized version of his real name), Sabella then had a spell with another English side, Leeds United, before returning to South America and representing Estudiantes, Grêmio, Ferro Carril Oeste and finishing his career with Irapuato.

  19. Márcio Amoroso

    Márcio Amoroso


    Márcio Amoroso dos Santos (born 5 July 1974 in Brasília) is a retired Brazilian footballer. He played for several teams in Japan, Italy, Germany, Spain and Greece while representing Brazil at international level. In his prime, he was a very talented striker with great dribbling skills and goal scoring ability.

  20. Cássio Ramos

    Cássio Ramos


    Cássio Roberto Ramos or simply Cássio (born June 6, 1987) is a Brazilian football goalkeeper who currently plays for Corinthians.

  21. Grafite



    Edinaldo Batista Libânio (born 2 April 1979 in Campo Limpo Paulista, São Paulo), commonly known as Grafite is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Brazilian club Santa Cruz.

  22. Mário Jardel

    Mário Jardel


    Mário Jardel de Almeida Ribeiro (born 18 September 1973) is a Brazilian retired footballer. He was most noted for his positioning on the field and his heading ability. He was a legend for Grêmio, playing a major part in the squad that won the 1995 Copa Libertadores. With his exceptional positioning ability, he was able to become one of Europe's most prolific strikers during his time at FC Porto, Galatasaray, and Sporting CP, scoring 266 goals in 274 games for those clubs.

  23. Paulo César Fonseca do Nascimento

    Paulo César Fonseca do Nascimento


    Paulo César Fonseca do Nascimento (born 13 January 1978), commonly known as Tinga, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a central midfielder.

  24. Gilberto Silva

    Gilberto Silva


    Gilberto Aparecido da Silva (born 7 October 1976), commonly known as Gilberto Silva, is a Brazilian footballer who last played for Atlético Mineiro as a midfielder or defender.

  25. Marcelo Moreno Martins

    Marcelo Moreno Martins


    Marcelo Martins Moreno (born 18 June 1987 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia), is a Bolivian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Chinese Super League club Changchun Yatai and the Bolivia national football team.

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