Abel Luís da Silva Costa Xavier, pron. IPA / /, (born November 30, 1972 in Nampula, Mozambique) is a professional footballer and international for Portugal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abel Xavier"
António Simões da Costa ( pron. IPA: / /) (born Corroios, 14 December, 1943) was a legendary Portuguese footballer and a current trainer. ...more on Wikipedia about "António Simões"
António Augusto Silva Veloso (born São João da Madeira, 31 January 1957) was a Portuguese footballer. A right defender, he spent almost all his career in SL Benfica, were he played from 1980/81 to 1994/95, before finishing his career. Only the objection of Benfica manager Artur Jorge avoid him to play more a season. He was Benfica´s capitan, from 1988/89 to 1994/95 seasons. ...more on Wikipedia about "António Veloso"
Armando Gonçalves Teixeira (born September 25, 1976 in Strasbourg, France), known as Petit ( pron. IPA: / /), is a Portuguese football player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Armando Teixeira"
Artur Jorge Braga Melo Teixeira (born in Porto, 13 February 1946, in Porto, is a Portuguese football coach and a former football player. He is also known for writing poetry. ...more on Wikipedia about "Artur Jorge"
Carlos Manuel Correia dos Santos (born Moita, 15 January 1958) was a Portuguese football player and is a current football manager. He was one of the best Portuguese offensive midfielders of the 1980s, being a key figure both for SL Benfica and the Portuguese national team, participating in the and the finals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carlos Manuel"
Claudio Paul Caniggia (born January 9, 1967 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine football (soccer) forward, a mainstay in the Argentine national team throughout the early 1990s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Claudio Caniggia"
Alberto da Costa Pereira (born in Nacala, Mozambique, 23 December 1929, died Lisbon, 25 October 1990) was a Portuguese goalkeeper. He was from a colonial white family. He started his carrier in Ferroviário de Lourenço Marques, from Mozambique, but moved to Portugal, in 1954/ 55, were he became Benfica`s goalkeeper for the next 12 years, until his retirement in 1966/ 67. He was several times national champion and winner of the Cup of Portugal, and also twice European Champion, in 1961 and 1962, playing with other legendary portuguese footballers, like José Águas, Germano, Mário Coluna and Eusébio (in 1962). He was also Benfica´s goalkeeper in the finals of 1963 and 1965. ...more on Wikipedia about "Costa Pereira"
Daniel da Cruz Carvalho, also known as Dani (born November 2, 1976, Lisbon, Portugal) is a former Portuguese footballer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dani (footballer)"
Anderson Luiz de Sousa (born 27 August 1977 in São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil) is a professional footballer widely known as Deco ( pron. IPA: / /). He plays internationally for Portugal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Deco"
Erwin Sánchez (born October 19, 1969 in Santa Cruz) is a former Bolivian footballer and a current football manager. A striker, he was a leading player for Bolivian national team both in the qualifyings and finals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erwin Sánchez"
Eusébio da Silva Ferreira ( pron. IPA / /), known by the playing name of Eusébio, (born January 25, 1942 in Lourenço Marques [now Maputo], Mozambique) nicknamed The Black Pearl and The Black Panther, is a Portuguese football icon. He is considered to be one of the best of his time and is unarguably one of the great all-time players. His trademarks were his speed (he was the under-19 Portuguese champion of 400, 200 and 100 m races), quick dribble and a fierce, tremendously accurate right-footed strike. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eusébio da Silva Ferreira"
Fernando Albino de Sousa Chalana ( pron. IPA: / /) (born Barreiro, on the 10th February 1959) was a Portuguese footballer, the greatest sensation of Portugal, from 1976 to 1984. He played for SL Benfica, from 1976/77 to 1983/84, and started at the first team aged only 17. His first game for Portugal National Team was at the same year, at 17 November 1976, in a 1-0 win over Denmark, made him the third youngest player ever to represent the "Selecção Nacional". ...more on Wikipedia about "Fernando Chalana"
Germano de Figueiredo (born Lisbon, 13 December 1932) was a Portuguese central defender, one of the best Portuguese players of all times. ...more on Wikipedia about "Germano"
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Giorgos Karagounis ( Greek: Γιώργος Καραγκούνης; born March 6, 1977, in Pirgos, Greece) is a midfielder for SL Benfica and Greece. He scored the first goal in Greece's surprising win over Portugal in the 2004 European Football Championship ...more on Wikipedia about "Giorgos Karagounis"
Hassan Nader (born 1965) was a Moroccan footballer. He played in Portugal, both in Farense and Benfica, and for Morocco National Team. He was the top scorer of the Portuguese Championship, in 1994/95, in Farense. He moved next season to Benfica, were he wasn´t quite happy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hassan Nader"
Humberto Manuel de Jesus Coelho (born Cedofeita, 20 April 1950) is a Portuguese former footballer and a trainer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Humberto Coelho"
Jaime da Silva Graça pron. IPA: / / (born Setúbal, 10 January 1942) was a Portuguese football player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaime Graça"
João Pereira (João Pedro da Silva Pereira, born February 25, 1984) is a Portuguese football (soccer) player who currently plays for Portuguese side Benfica. A temperamental right-sided defender also known for his love to the club and for how mad he gets when the team is losing. ...more on Wikipedia about "João Pereira"
João Henrique Pataco Tomás (born on 27 May 1975, in Oliveira do Bairro, Portugal) is a Portuguese footballer, playing as a striker. He achieved some notability playing for Académica de Coimbra, earning the nickname of O Jardel de Coimbra (The Coimbra's Jardel) after Mário Jardel, a big name of Portuguese football at the time whose played in same position and had some physical similarities with Tomás. ...more on Wikipedia about "João Tomás"
João Manuel Vieira Pinto, pron. IPA / /, (born 19 August 1971 in Porto, Portugal) is a Portuguese footballer, who made name mostly at domestic level and as a key figure in the Portuguese national team's Golden Generation. ...more on Wikipedia about "João Vieira Pinto"
Jonas Thern (born March 20, 1967 in Värnamo) is a former Swedish soccer player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jonas Thern"
Jorge Paulo Cadete Santos Reis (born Porto Amélia, Mozambique, August 27, 1968) was a Portuguese footballer, one of the best strikers of his generation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jorge Cadete"
José Pinto Carvalho dos Santos Águas ( pron. IPA: / /) ( 9 November 1930 – 2003) was a Portuguese footballer born in Lobito, Angola. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Águas"
José Augusto Pinto de Almeida ( pron. IPA: / /) (born Barreiro, 13 April 1937) was a Portuguese footballer, and of the the best players of the legendary "Dream Team" Benfica and Portugal had in the 1960s. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Augusto" www.shortopedia.com never sleeps.
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