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Carlos Miguel da Silva Júnior

Carlos Miguel da Silva Júnior

(Born June 12, 1972)

Carlos Miguel da Silva Júnior, better known as Carlos Miguel (Bento Gonçalves, June 12, 1972 ), is a former Brazilian footballer who played as a sock.
He started his career at Grêmio in 1992, but was highlighted by the arrival of coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, Felipão, in 1993. With the club he won the 1994 Brazil Cup, Copa Libertadores de América 1995, Recopa Sudamericana Of 1996, Brazilian Championship of 1996 and again the Brazil Cup of 1997, besides the Gauchões of 1993, 1995 and 1996.

As he had gained a lot of prominence playing for Grêmio in 1997, he had his chance to go to Europe and transferred to Sporting de Portugal, but he did not adapt in the old continent and returned to Brazil to play in São Paulo.

The supporter was lucky, and soon won the 1998 Paulista Championship, where he was one of the highlights of the team along with Rogério Ceni, France, Denílson and Raí who arrived in the last match of the championship scoring one of the goals of the title by 3 to 1 On his rival Corinthians.

In 1999, the year was not so good, with Raí returning from injury, the team did not do so well in the 1999 Paulista Championship, and in the Brazilian championship the team lost in the semifinals for Corinthians, and in the second match Raí himself lost Two penalties.

In 2000, Carlos Miguel would conquer the Paulistão for the second time, now it was against Santos, and this title also marked the farewell of Raí of the soccer. In addition to the São Paulo championship, the team reached the final of the 2000 Brazil Cup and ended up losing to Cruzeiro.

In 2001, for being a regular player, he reached the Brazilian national team where he played the Confederations Cup in the team led by Emerson Leão. Carlos Miguel scored the second goal of Brazil's victory over Cameroon 2-0, being one of the players to score A goal in his debut match. The other goal was scored by Washington. The team, however, did not go very far, stopped in the French National Team in the semi-finals when they were beaten 2-1 and lost to third-placed Australia 1-0.

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