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Mineiro (footballer)

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Name  Carlos Silva
Height  1.69 m
1996–1997  Rio Branco
Weight  65 kg

Years  Team
Position  Midfielder
Role  Footballer
Date joined  2008
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Full name  Carlos Luciano da Silva
Date of birth  (1975-08-02) 2 August 1975 (age 40)
Place of birth  Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Similar People  Alex Mineiro, Diego Tardelli, Josue Anunciado de Oliveira, Marcio Amoroso, Fabao

Playing position  Defensive midfielder

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Carlos Luciano da Silva, nicknamed Mineiro (born 2 August 1975, in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul) is Brazilian footballer who last played as a midfielder for German fourth division side TuS Koblenz.

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His nickname "Mineiro" means somebody from the state of Minas Gerais, even though he is actually from the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. This nickname was given to him because of his shy and quiet personality, typical of someone from Minas Gerais.

Club career

Mineiro won the Campeonato Paulista in 2004 and 2005, playing for São Caetano and São Paulo, respectively, and also won, playing for São Paulo, the Copa Libertadores de América and the FIFA Club World Championship in 2005. On 18 December 2005, he scored the only goal in the final of the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship in Yokohama, Japan, against European champions Liverpool.

On 3 February 2007, he had his Bundesliga debut for Hertha BSC in a game against Hamburger SV. He was brought on for the last 20 minutes in place of Malik Fathi and scored his first goal for the Berlin club, a spectacular game-winning goal (2–1), shooting from more than 25 yards, in the last seconds of injury time.

On 24 September 2008, it was announced that Mineiro had signed for Chelsea as a backup for the injured Michael Essien until the end of the 2008–09 season. He made his Chelsea debut on 1 November 2008 against Sunderland in a league match. He came on for Nicolas Anelka who had already scored a hat-trick leading Chelsea to a 5–0 victory.

Despite already having played for Chelsea he was not formally revealed to the press until 7 November during a press conference at Chelsea's training ground in Cobham, Surrey. During the press conference it was confirmed that Mineiro was on a contract to play as Chelsea's third-choice defensive midfielder, behind Essien and John Obi Mikel. Mineiro played just twice for Chelsea, and his only start was against Burnley in the League Cup.

On 11 August 2009, he returned to Germany for the medical check and later signed with Schalke 04. He made his Schalke debut on 16 August 2009 in their first home game of the 2009–10 Bundesliga season, a 3–0 win against VfL Bochum, playing the entire match. At the end of the season, he left Schalke.

On 6 September 2011, TuS Koblenz, playing in the fourth tier of German football, surprisingly announced his signing, giving him a contract until the end of the season.

International career

Mineiro made his international debut in April 2001 against Peru.

Mineiro was a late call-up for Brazil's 2006 FIFA World Cup squad. A knee injury sustained by Barcelona midfielder Edmílson in the run-up to the tournament forced him to withdraw, resulting in a call-up for Mineiro, but he did not receive any playing time in Germany.

Mineiro was selected to participate in Copa América 2007. He started every match as Brazil went on to win the tournament. He retired from the national team in 2008.

Club

São Caetano
  • São Paulo State Championship: 2004
  • São Paulo
  • São Paulo State Championship: 2005
  • Copa Libertadores: 2005
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2005
  • Campeonato Brasileiro Série A: 2006
  • International

    Brazil
  • Copa América: 2007
  • References

    Mineiro (footballer) Wikipedia