List of AD Bairro players

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This article is about the list of ADESBA players. AD Bairro is a Cape Verdean football (soccer) club based in the neighborhood of Craveiro Lopes in Praia, Cape Verde and plays at Estádio da Várzea. The club was founded in 1975.

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One of the most notable players of ADESBA was Zé Piguita who played from 1999 to 2002.

List of players

ADESBA/AD Bairro players
NameNationalityPositionADESBA/Bairro
career
Goals [lower-alpha 1] Ref
Zé Piguita Flag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde DF1999–2002
Fufuco Flag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde DF
TchescoFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Willito FernandesFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Kuca (Jailton Alves Miranda) Flag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde FW2007-2009 [1]
Admilson MonteiroFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Igor BarrosFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Yuri CorreiaFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Gilson CorreiaFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Djalo MorenoFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Keoma CabralFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Edson TeixeiraFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Wacily MonteiroFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Jaír GarciaFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Edilson' SeródioFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Nelson RibeiroFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Milton CunhaFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Kevin de PinaFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Andradino MonizFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Ailton MonteiroFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Garça, Emanuel daFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Erickson RobaloFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Afonso, MárioFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Anacleto, AntónioFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Ariano TavaresFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Martins, OsvaldoFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Robalo, MárcioFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Walter FernandesFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Silva, SandroFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde
Clarimundo SantosFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde -
Bruno Xavier F. GonçalvesFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde 2016-present1 [2]
Jordy Antony F. GomesFlag of Cape Verde.svg  Cape Verde 2016-present4 [2]
M. Levy, Bruno Manuel2016–present1 [2]

Notes

  1. Regional championships only

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References

  1. "Kuca profile at Soccerway".
  2. 1 2 3 "Statistics of the 2016-17 Santiago South Zone football (soccer) season". Konkuri.