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Elias Ribeiro de Oliveira

Elias
Personal information
Full name Elias Ribeiro de Oliveira
Date of birth (1983-09-02) September 2, 1983
Place of birth Santa Rita do Sapucaí, Brazil
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Playing position Attacking midfielder
Club information
Current team
Atlético Paranaense
Youth career
2000-2001 São Paulo
2002-2003 Bahia
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2003–2008 Bahia 110 (30)
2007 Vasco 0 (0)
2008–2010 Fluminense 5 (0)
2008–2011 Atlético Goianiense (loan) 101 (44)
2011 Al Ain 16 (9)
2011 Figueirense 22 (4)
2012 Atlético Goianiense 6 (0)
2012– Atlético Paranaense 22 (8)
2013 Ponte Preta (loan) 11 (2)
2014 Khazar Lankaran (loan) 14 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 July 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).

Elias Ribeiro de Oliveira, known as Elias (born in Santa Rita do Sapucaí, September 2, 1983), is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Atlético Paranaense.

Contents

  • Career 1
    • Bahia 1.1
    • Vasco 1.2
    • Return to Bahia 1.3
    • Fluminense 1.4
    • Atlético Goianiense 1.5
    • Atlas de Guadalajara 1.6
    • Al Ain 1.7
    • Figueirense 1.8
    • Khazar Lankaran 1.9
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Career

Bahia

Began in the youth ranks of São Paulo, but was excused. "They São Paulo have a good base with great players, and at that time there was a waiver, they sent ten players though, and I was in the middle. But at seventeen, learned a lot and have evolved a lot over there," say, in 2010, told the newspaper Lance!. In 2003 he made his first professional game as the tricolor in Bahia Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A. He gradually been increasing and in 2006, the octagonal Series C, 2006, in Ba Vi, scored the first goal of the match and took the second goal. The game ended in victory for the Bahia 2-1.

Vasco

In early 2007, thanks to his performance by the tricolor, was loaned to Vasco da Gama, Romario to help make his thousandth goal. Getting there suffered from conjunctivitis and bruises, and had his loan contract renewed after four months.

Return to Bahia

On his return he scored a goal on his debut soon, and six more in the next fifteen games. In Bahia State Championship 2008 was the team's leading scorer tricolor, with twelve goals. In his hundredth game for the tricolor scored a goal in the defeat of Bahia for Marilia by 3 to 1. In Series B of 2008 was the playmaker of the moves and the "brain" of the team.

Fluminense

It was sold to Fluminense in September 2008 to replace former idol and tricolor das Laranjeiras Thiago Neves, who had been sold to Hamburg, Germany. No room at the club, was on loan at Atletico Goianiense in 2009. "There were two chances I had to go through big clubs," sorry in 2010, referring to Vasco and Fluminense, "but had no chance to show my work".

Atlético Goianiense

In 2009 he was on loan to Atlético-GO, and after a period in reserve, has become the main player on the team in the Brazilian Championship in 2010. Has disputed the artillery of the Brazilian Championship in 2010. " It is a particular goal, "he said in an interview to Lance! in September 2010. "Scoring goals and therefore fight for the artillery of the tournament only help the athletic as well." [1] Atletico coach, Rene Simoes, spared no praise for Elias interview in the same newspaper: "In my view, is half of frame extinction in Brazilian football. That Canhotinho that, apart from arriving at the peril ahead, give assistance to attackers.

Atlas de Guadalajara

Club Atlas de Guadalajara in Mexico, confirmed on 13 December 2010 the acquisition of Elias.

Al Ain

On 8 January 2011, he signed a six-month deal with UAE side Al Ain.[1]

Figueirense

On 21 June 2011, he agreed to play for Figueirense before the contract with Al Ain expired. He signed a contract lasting until 31 December 2013.[2]

Khazar Lankaran

On 31 January 2014, Elias joined Khazar Lankaran on an 18-month contract.[3] Elias was released by Khazar at the end of June 2014, only six-months into his contract.[4]

References

  1. ^ "I will do my best with my teammates to make Al Ain fans happy: Elias Ribeiro". alainfc.ae. 8 January 2011. Retrieved 22 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "Figueirense assina pré-contrato com o meia Elias" (in Portuguese). Figueirense. 21 June 2011. Retrieved 22 June 2011. 
  3. ^ "Elias "Xəzər Lənkəran"a qoşuldu" (in Azerbaijani). http://www.lankaranfc.com/. Retrieved 31 January 2014. 
  4. ^ Хазар избавляется от самого дорогого игрока. http://www.azerifootball.com (in Russian). Azerifootball. Retrieved 29 June 2014. 

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