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Thiago Emiliano da Silva

Thiago Emiliano da Silva
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Ses performances en club et en sélection l'amènent à être aujourd'hui considéré comme l'un des meilleurs défenseurs du monde. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Jeunesse[modifier | modifier le code] Thiago passe son enfance dans un quartier de Santa Cruz, proche de Rio de Janeiro. Débuts au Brésil (2003)[modifier | modifier le code] Thiago Emiliano da Silva fait ses premiers entraînements avec l'équipe de jeunes de Fluminense. FC Porto et Dynamo Moscou (2004 – 2006)[modifier | modifier le code] En 2004, Thiago Silva signe au FC Porto. En janvier 2005, il est prêté au FC Dynamo Moscou et même constat, le jeune brésilien de 20 ans n'est pas en forme. Fluminense (2006 – 2008)[modifier | modifier le code] En 2006, il revient dans son club formateur Fluminense FC, avec lequel il dispute trois saisons pleines. En 2007, il gagne la Coupe du Brésil de football, le premier trophée de sa carrière professionnelle. Citations[modifier | modifier le code] Related:  Equipe type

Alex Rodrigo Dias da Costa Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour l’article homonyme, voir Alex. Alex Dias da Costa est un footballeur de nationalité brésilienne, né le 17 juin 1982 à Niteroi au Brésil. Surnommé « le bulldozer » ou encore « le tank », ce défenseur au physique impressionnant mesure 1m89 pour 92 kg. Profil Technique[modifier | modifier le code] Alex a tout du libéro classique, mais possède plusieurs atouts le rendant supérieur à la moyenne des joueurs. Il est doté par ailleurs d'un excellent jeu de tête qui fit très souvent mouche lors des corners et coups francs excentrés. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Formation et débuts en Europe[modifier | modifier le code] International brésilien formé au club brésilien du Santos FC, c'est le club néerlandais du PSV Eindhoven qui donne une dimension de classe internationale à ce joueur. Lors de l'édition 2006-2007 de la Ligue des Champions, Alex inscrit le but qualificatif en huitièmes de finale retour à Arsenal (1/1).

Salvatore Sirigu Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Débuts et formation[modifier | modifier le code] Salvatore Sirigu débute le football au Posada Calcio puis joue dans les équipes de jeunes de Siniscola et de Puri e Forti Nuoro où il est repéré par le Venise Calcio. À l'US Palerme[modifier | modifier le code] Il est prêté pour la saison 2007-2008 à l'US Cremonese en Serie C1. Il débute en tant que doublure du Brésilien Rubinho, tout juste transféré du Genoa CFC dans un échange avec Marco Amelia. Au Paris Saint-Germain[modifier | modifier le code] Le jeudi 28 juillet 2011, Salvatore Sirigu s'engage avec le Paris Saint-Germain pour un contrat d'une durée de 4 ans et un transfert de 3,5 millions d'euros[2]. Profitant de la blessure de Nicolas Douchez, le titulaire du poste, il débute en Ligue 1 face au FC Lorient le 6 août 2011, en connaissant la défaite au Parc (0-1). Le 12 mai 2013, il est officiellement champion de France avec le PSG. US Palerme Italie

Maxwell Cabelino Andrade Club career[edit] Early career[edit] Born in Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, Espírito Santo, Maxwell started his career at Cruzeiro. In June 2001, he signed a 5-year contract with AFC Ajax.[3] Maxwell played his best season for Ajax in the 2003–04 season, only missed 3 games for the Eredivisie winner due to international duty, and becoming the Dutch Footballer of the Year. Internazionale Milano[edit] His contract with Ajax was shortened to expire on the 2 January 2006,[5] in order to join Inter Milan on a free transfer. In July 2006, Inter Milan officially announced the signing of Maxwell on a four-year contract as a domestic transfer.[7] Maxwell impressed in his first season in Serie A, most notably against Parma at the San Siro when he scored a fine solo effort after a thunder struck him which was voted Inter's thunder goal of the season by Inter channel viewers. Barcelona[edit] Paris Saint-Germain[edit] Passport controversy[edit] International career[edit] Personal life[edit] Club statistics[edit]

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pelouse.jpg pelouse.jpg pelouse.jpg pelouse.jpg Marco Verratti Marco Verratti (born 5 November 1992) is an Italian footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Paris Saint-Germain in the French Ligue 1. Club career[edit] Pescara[edit] Verratti was born in Pescara. Paris Saint-Germain[edit] On 18 July 2012, Verratti signed a five-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain in the French Ligue 1.[3] On 20 August 2013, Verratti signed an one-year extension to his contract with PSG, keeping him at the club until 2018.[4] International career[edit] He was included into Cesare Prandelli's preliminary 32-man list for the UEFA Euro 2012, being one of only two Serie B players (the other being Torino's Angelo Ogbonna) to be part of it.[5] He was subsequently cut from the squad on 28 May 2012.[6] On 6 February 2013, Verratti scored his first international goal in a friendly against the Netherlands when he scored the 91st minute equalizer in the game that ended 1–1.[7] References[edit] External links[edit] TuttoCalciatori profile

Thiago Motta Thiago Motta (born 28 August 1982) is a Brazilian-born Italian professional footballer who plays for Paris Saint-Germain F.C. in Ligue 1, as a central midfielder. Having spent his early career at Barcelona, his main traits are physical presence, good passing, and a powerful mid-range shot, but he is also known to be injury-prone.[1] He also played two and a half seasons with Internazionale, winning 11 major titles between the two clubs combined. He earned two caps for Brazil at the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup. A citizen of Italy due to his descent,[2] Motta has represented its national team since 2011, helping it finish second at Euro 2012. Club career[edit] Barcelona[edit] Motta was also dogged by several injuries, particularly one suffered on 11 September 2004 against Sevilla FC, which sidelined him for seven months,[4] during his time at Barcelona. Atlético Madrid[edit] Italy[edit] Motta training with Inter in 2010 Motta's debut came in the 2009–10 season's opener, a 1–1 home draw against A.S.

Lucas Moura Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva (born 13 August 1992), known as Lucas or Lucas Moura, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazil national football team, as an attacking midfielder or winger. He is well known for his agility and pace on the ball. Club career[edit] São Paulo[edit] Lucas joined São Paulo FC in 2005 after playing for the youth teams of Clube Atlético Juventus and Corinthians. Paris Saint-Germain[edit] During the summer of 2012, both Manchester United and Internazionale were reported to be interested in signing Lucas.[2] On 8 August 2012, Paris Saint-Germain won the battle and announced the player would be moving to the club in January 2013. International career[edit] Lucas was a frequent member of Brazil's Under-20 international side. 2011 Copa América[edit] Lucas was named in Mano Menezes' squad for the 2011 Copa América in Argentina. 2012 Olympics[edit] Personal life[edit] Lucas is a Christian. Career statistics[edit] As of 12 March 2014.[7] Brazil

Zlatan Ibrahimović Ibrahimović started his career at Malmö FF in the late 1990s before being signed by Ajax, where made a name for himself under Ronald Koeman. He later signed with Juventus for €16 million, and gained fame in Serie A by benefiting from his strike partnership with David Trezeguet. In 2006, Ibrahimović signed with league rival Inter Milan, where he won individual awards such as the Italian Oscar del Calcio and the Swedish Guldbollen, and was named in the 2007 and 2009 UEFA Team of the Year, in addition to finishing as the league's highest scorer in 2008–09 while winning three straight Scudetti. In the summer of 2009, he transferred to Barcelona. Early life Ibrahimović was born in Sweden to a Bosniak father, Šefik Ibrahimović, who emigrated to Sweden in 1977, and a Croatian Catholic mother, Jurka Gravić,[10] who had also emigrated to Sweden, where they first met. Club career Malmö FF Ajax Juventus Inter Milan Ibrahimović played his 100th Serie A match on 16 September 2007. Barcelona Milan

Edinson Cavani Cavani began his career playing for Danubio in Montevideo, where he played for two years, before moving to Italian side Palermo in 2007. He spent four seasons at the club, scoring 34 goals in 109 league appearance. In 2010, Cavani signed for Napoli, who signed him on an initial loan deal before buying him for a total fee €17 million. In the 2011–12 season, he won his first club honour, the Coppa Italia, in which he was top scorer with 5 goals. Cavani is an Uruguayan international and made his debut and scored against Colombia on 6 February 2008. Club career[edit] Palermo[edit] After his breakthrough at the 2007 South American Youth Championship, several big teams were reportedly interested in signing Cavani, including Juventus and Milan.[6] On 29 January 2007, however, Palermo chairman Maurizio Zamparini announced the signing of the promising Uruguayan.[7] The bid was officially confirmed on 31 January[8] for €4.475 million.[9] Napoli[edit] 2010–11[edit] 2011–12[edit] 2012–13[edit] Club[edit]

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