Category Archives: Eduardo

EDUARDO: FLAMENGO CAREER EXAMINED

Brazilian-born Croatian striker Eduardo da Silva spent one season at Flamengo between his two spells at Ukrainian club Shakthar Donestk. Eduardo da Silva joined Flamengo on July 21, 2014and he went on to score 10 goals in 27 games in the league for the Brazilian club. His first goal for Flamengo came during the game …

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EDUARDO: SHAKTHAR DONETSK CAREER EXPOSED

Brazilian-born Croatian player Eduardo da Silva had two spells with Ukrainian club football giants Shakthar Donetsk before he retired from football. The 38-year-old retired from football at the end of his brief spell at Legia Warsaw in Poland three years ago. Eduardo da Silva spent a period of four years in his first spell at …

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INJURY: EDUARDO DON’T BLAME ENGLISH FOOTBALL

Eduardo da Silva has decided not to blame English football after the horrific injury that almost ruined his career. The injury ensured that the Brazilian-born Croatian international striker failed to completely recovered till the end of his career in 2018. In an interview shortly before Arsenal faced his Ukrainian club Shakthar Donetsk several years ago, …

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EDUARDO: NATIONAL TEAM CAREER REVEALED

Eduardo da Silva was not able to fulfil his potentials partly due to serious injury sustained while playing in the colours of Arsenal in the Premier League. The Brazilian-born Croatian player was born in Brazil but opted to feature for the Croatian national team due to the competition for places in the Brazil squad. Eduardo …

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EDUARDO: ELEVEN YEARS HORRIFIC INJURY REMEMBRANCE

Arsenal fans were unable to find out how good Eduardo da Silva could have been for the club if not for the horrific injury suffered on February 16, 2009. Tuesday made it eleven years since the injury to the Brazilian-born Croatian international player during a Premier League clash between Birmingham City and Arsenal at the …

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EDUARDO REVEALS POST-RETIREMENT ACTIVITY

Ex-Premier League striker Eduardo da Silva has revealed what he has been doing since his retirement from football in 2018. Eduardo da Silva sat down with Croatian media outlet Sportske Novosti to talk about life after football. Eduardo da Silva revealed that he has been treating his tendon injury at Brazilian Serie A club Fluminense …

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EDUARDO: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN

  Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is responsible for the best Arsenal teams in recent time. The Frenchman had built three different title-winning teams in 1998, 2002 and 2004 before what could have been his fourth title team was derailed by an unforgettable. After Wenger led the Gunners to an unbeaten run during the 2003/04 …

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EDUARDO HOPEFUL OF CROATIA’S EURO 2021 PARTICIPATION

  Former Arsenal star Eduardo da Silva says he is hopeful of Croatia’s participation at the rescheduled Euro 2021 event. He accepted the proposal to serve his country as ambassador of the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) and the national team at the Euro 2020 now postponed to the sumemr of next year. The retired striker …

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LEICESTER CITY LEAD THE RACE FOR COUTINHO

Philippe Coutinho is short of admirers according to a report from Germany. Leicester City have been described as the only team to have shown genuine interest in the Barcelona midfielder, who is not expected to join loan club Bayern Munich on a permanent deal. He has not enjoyed consistency since he made the move to …

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IAN WRIGHT NOT SURE OF MARTINELLI

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright says he is not sure the club will be able to convince Gabriel Martinelli to stick around. The teenager became a revelation under Unai Emery earlier this season when the old guns found it hard to remain sharp for the sake of the club and Emery’s job. Since Eduardo da …

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