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Luiz Fernando Pereira da Silva

For other people named Fernandinho, see Fernandinho (disambiguation).
Personal information
Full nameLuiz Fernando Pereira da Silva
Date of birth (1985-11-25) November 25, 1985 (age 28)
Place of birthSanta Bárbara d'Oeste-SP, Brazil
Height1.71 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Playing positionForward
Club information
Current club Atlético Mineiro
Senior career*
2007–2008Barueri (loan)
2008–2009Barueri (loan)15(4)
2010–2012São Paulo43(2)
2013– Atlético Mineiro
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Luiz Fernando Pereira da Silva (November 25, 1985 in Santa Bárbara d'Oeste), or simply Fernandinho, is a Brazilian footballer, who plays as a forward.

He is a skillful left-winger and he also plays as an attacking midfielder. On February 28, he became the São Paulo's striker by assisting 4 goals on his debut, in only 45 minutes. At the age of 5 he was recognised as one of Brazil's future stars. Fernandinho, however, left brazilian São Paulo Futebol Clube and transferred to Al Jazira Club, from UAE, for R$11M.[1]

In his presentation at Al Jazira Club, on July 26, 2012, Fernandinho signed a three-year contract and said that believes in a good partnership along with his friend Ricardo Oliveira. It was confirmed that he will wear the nº12 shirt, previously wore by Sami Rubaiya.[2]

In August 07, 2013, Fernandinho was contracted to Clube Atlético Mineiro and, consequently, came back to Brazilian football. He signed a one-year contact and is one of main players to 2013 FIFA Club World Cup for Galo after Bernard's selling to Ukrainian football. As Fernandinho is linked to Desportivo Brasil, his contraction, even after closing of international window, could be considered a national one.[3]


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  • (Portuguese) CBF

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