Anderson Oliveira
Association footballer
Anderson Oliveira
Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira, best known as Anderson, is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Manchester United and the Brazil national team. He is a box-to-box midfielder with good vision, adept tackling ability, strong, tireless and hard-working abilities. Anderson began his career with Grêmio, joining the youth team before rising through the ranks.
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Autônomo dá machadada no primo depois de discussão - MaisComunidade.com
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Anderson Oliveira comentou que chegou a perguntar para Paulo Vinícius Alves Borges de Souza, 29 anos, se era verdade o que a mãe tinha contado e que o primo negou. “Ele falou que não tinha feito nada, mas o rosto da minha mãe estava inchado
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Jacareí: Ciclismo disputa Brasileiro Máster no estado do Rio de Janeiro - Agora Vale
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A equipe jacareiense viaja neste final de semana com seis ciclistas: Anderson Oliveira, Rivelino Barbosa e Robson Peixoto (categoria Máster 30-34 anos); João Carlos Vieira Ferreira (Máster 35-39 anos); e João Martins e Angelo Arantes (Máster 40-45
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Anderson Oliveira vai operar o joelho e fica seis meses fora do Campinense - pe360graus.com
Google News - over 5 years
O atacante Anderson Oliveira vai passar por uma cirurgia no joelho esquerdo e vai desfalcar o Campinense por seis meses. A informação é do gerente de futebol da Raposa, Marquinhos Mossoró, em entrevista concedida em Fortaleza (onde o time se encontra)
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Santa Cruz e Campinense-PB empatam em 1 a 1 em jogo tenso no Arruda - Superesportes
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Sérvulo (Pantera); Cafu (Gilberto Matuto), Henrique, Diego Padilha e Alysson (Felipinho); Luciano (Rhuan), Luciano Totó (Otacílio), Washington (Samir) e Daniel (Jonatas); Anderson Oliveira (Flávio) (Robert) e Jaime (Roberto) (Marcos Neves)
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Mariana Weickert: “A moda é meu trabalho, é meu ganha-pão” - Revista Quem
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Os acessórios estão incríveis.” Ela contou que as fotos foram realizadas em três dias. “É uma 'pauleira'. Acordávamos às 4h30 e íamos dormir tarde da noite”, afirmou. Anderson Oliveira, coordenador de estilo da Riachuelo, também falou sobre a coleção
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Cresce o número de menores envolvidos em crimes - A Voz da Cidade
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Foi preso também Leonardo de Oliveira, o Leo, 25 anos, e Anderson Oliveira Lucas, 22, residente no bairro Boa Vista I. Os delegados da 90ª DP, Ronaldo Brito e Michel Floroschk, apuraram que o confronto dos grupos teve início em bailes funks em clubes
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Carapicuíba/SP Inicia Processo de Constituição de Cooperativa Ambiental - Administradores
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O Fórum Nacional das Cooperativas Ambientais – FNCA, representado pelo Presidente Sr. Anderson Oliveira do Nascimento, inicia importante trabalho na cidade de Carapicuíba/SP (29 km da cidade de São Paulo/SP) no projeto de constituição de cooperativa
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Segurança na Região Leste será tema de reunião - A Voz da Cidade
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Dias depois, policiais da 90ª DP, coordenados pelos delegados Ronaldo e Michel, prenderam Leonardo de Oliveira, 25 anos, Anderson Oliveira Lucas, de 22, do Boa Vista I, e Pabrício Fernandes Alves, 22 anos, e Robson Luis da Silva, de 27, do paraíso de
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Presos suspeitos de tiroteio no Boa Vista - Diário do Vale
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Robson Luiz da Silva, 27; Pabrício Fernandes Alves, 22 - moradores de um assentamento no Paraíso de Cima -; Leonardo de Oliveira, 25; e Anderson Oliveira Lucas, 22 - moradores do bairro Boa Vista I -, estão detidos na delegacia, em prisão temporária
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Raposa se reabilita com vitória sobre o CRB no Amigão - PBAgora - A Paraíba o tempo todo
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No reencontro com a torcida em jogos oficiais, o Campinense não decepcionou e venceu o CRB de Alagoas por 2 a 0 neste sábado no estádio Amigão, em Campina Grande, pela segunda rodada do Campeonato Brasileiro da Série C. Anderson Oliveira e Washington,
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Campinense 2 x 0 CRB-AL - Raposa soma primeiros pontos na Série C - Futebolinterior
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Campina Grande, PB, 22 (AFI) - Apoiado pela torcida, o Campinense derrotou o CRB por 2 a 0, no Estádio Amigão, em Campina Grande, e conquistou a primeira vitória no Campeonato Brasileiro da Série C. Os gols foram marcados por Anderson Oliveira,
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Paciente é esfaqueado por outro dentro de hospital na BA - Terra Brasil
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Anderson Oliveira dos Santos fazia tratamento no centro ortopédico quando Alisson Araújo Nascimento, que seria usuário de drogas e estava internado na mesma unidade, o atingiu. O ataque teria acontecido em um momento de descontrole de Alisson
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Polícia prende suspeito, mas continua à procura de remascente do Thundercats - Pernambuco.com
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De acordo com a polícia, Anderson Oliveira de Mendonça, o Buchecha, de 28 anos, que possui dois mandados de prisão preventiva, tem o nome citado em 52 inquéritos de homicidios e formação quadrilha e foi indiciado por oito assassinados
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Anderson Siap Gantikan Peran Scholes - Vivanews
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VIVAnews - Gelandang Manchester United Anderson Oliveira mengaku siap untuk menggantikan peran Paul Scholes dalam tim. Anderson merasa dirinya pantas menjadi solusi dari PR besar manajer Sir Alex Ferguson. Sebelumnya, Ferguson mengakui sangat kesulitan
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People news from Deutsch, Red Car and more - Creativity
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Heat, the San Francisco-based agency, has hired Anderson Oliveira as creative technologist, a new position. His responsibilities will include online advertising, website development and application campaigns for Bank of the West, EA Sports and other
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Accounts and People of Note in the Ad Industry - New York Times
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Anderson Oliveira joined Heat, San Francisco, in a new post, creative technologist. He had been lead technologist at Eleven, San Francisco. Publicis Groupe, Paris, increased its stake in Spillmann/Felser/Leo Burnett, Zurich, to 100 percent from 40
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Friday Morning Stir - mediabistro.com
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-DDB Toronto unveiled a new icon/campaign to compel people to give blood (above). link -Eleven alum Anderson Oliveira has joined up with fellow San Francisco-based shop Heat as creative technologist
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira
    TWENTIES
  • 2012
    Age 23
    He was given another start in the third round Capital One League Cup match against Newcastle United on 26 September 2012, and scored an excellent opener in a 2-1 victory.
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    Anderson returned in the 2012-13 season to appear as a late substitute in Manchester United's opening league match, a 1-0 loss away to Everton.
    More Details Hide Details He then started in a 3-2 win against Fulham at Old Trafford.
    During a match in the Champions League Anderson injured his knee ruling him out until February 2012.
    More Details Hide Details Anderson made a surprise return earlier than expected on New Year's Eve, coming on as a second half substitute in the game against Blackburn Rovers. However further injuries led to Anderson being sidelined for the remainder of the season.
  • 2011
    Age 22
    Anderson started the season curtain-raiser, the 2011 FA Community Shield, a 3-2 win over Manchester City.
    More Details Hide Details He also started the first three games, a 2-1 win against West Brom, a 3-0 win against Tottenham Hotspur at home where he scored his first goal of the season, and the 8-2 win against Arsenal, where he assisted on Danny Welbeck's opening goal. Anderson scored his second goal of the season in a 2-0 home win against Norwich City in the Premier League. He broke the deadlock on 68 minutes, heading in from six yards after a corner had been knocked back across goal.
    In his next game he scored only his second league goal for United, equalising against Blackpool on 22 May 2011, the final day of the league season, in a match that United went on to win 4–2.
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  • 2010
    Age 21
    On 20 August 2010, Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed that Anderson had returned to training after the combination of an injury and being involved in a serious car accident.
    More Details Hide Details He made his return to action in the 3–2 home victory over Liverpool as an 88th minute substitute on 19 September. On 7 December, Anderson scored his first goal at Old Trafford and also first European goal for the club in a 1–1 draw with Valencia. Anderson signed a new four-and-a-half year contract with United on 15 December, keeping him at the club until June 2015. Anderson doubled his United goal tally in one game as he scored twice in a 4–1 second leg semi-final home win over Schalke in the Champions League. The game's aggregate score ended 6–1 to United and therefore reached the final for the third time in four years.
    He was later ruled out for the remainder of the season, as well as the 2010 FIFA World Cup, after analysis determined that he would be out for the next six months.
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    In January 2010, Anderson was believed to have returned home to Brazil without Ferguson's permission and fined £80,000 by Manchester United.
    More Details Hide Details He returned to the first-team for a match against West Ham United on 23 February, but after just 20 minutes of the match, Anderson ruptured the cruciate ligament in his left knee and had to be substituted by Park Ji-Sung.
  • 2009
    Age 20
    On 12 September 2009, Anderson went on to score his first competitive goal for Manchester United against Tottenham Hotspur on his 78th appearance for the club.
    More Details Hide Details He latched onto a loose ball at the edge of the area and hammered the ball into the bottom right corner with his left foot, scoring United's second goal of a 3–1 league win at White Hart Lane.
    Anderson scored his first goal for Manchester United in the Audi Cup friendly tournament against Boca Juniors on 29 July 2009.
    More Details Hide Details After United were awarded a free kick on the right side of the penalty area, Anderson stepped up and curled the ball into the far top corner of the goal with his left foot.
    On 1 March 2009, Anderson came on in the 56th minute of the 2009 League Cup final against Tottenham, replacing Danny Welbeck.
    More Details Hide Details He went on to score the winning penalty in the penalty shootout, winning his first League Cup medal. On 18 May 2009, in the penultimate game of the season against Arsenal, United only needed one point to seal their third successive Premier League title and Anderson's second in two years at the club. Anderson was brought on for Wayne Rooney in the final minute, helping United lift the title at home to their fierce rivals.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2008
    Age 19
    On 21 December 2008, Anderson played 88 minutes of the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup Final, which United won courtesy of a single Wayne Rooney goal, thus confirming them World champions.
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    In the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final in Moscow, Anderson was brought on as a substitute in the final minute of extra time to replace Wes Brown, and converted United's sixth attempt in the penalty shootout.
    More Details Hide Details United won the game 6–5 on penalties to give Anderson the first European honour of his career.
  • 2007
    Age 18
    Anderson made his international debut for the Brazil national football team on 27 June 2007 in their 2–0 loss against Mexico in Copa América, coming on as a second half substitute.
    More Details Hide Details He made his first start for Brazil on 1 July 2007 against Chile in a 3–0 victory. In July 2008, Brazil coach Dunga named Anderson in the 18-man squad for the 2008 Summer Olympics. He scored Brazil's first goal in their second group match against New Zealand, a match they went on to win 5–0. On 22 August 2008, Brazil won the bronze medal as they defeated Belgium 3–0. Statistics accurate as of match played 26 September 2012 Grêmio Porto Manchester United Brazil It was reported that Anderson was hospitalised after a serious car crash in Portugal on 31 July 2010. He had spent the night before at a nightclub before leaving in his Audi R8. The crash occurred at 7 am when the car came off the road and hit a farm wall before entering a field. Anderson was unconscious but was pulled from the car minutes before it exploded. Another man and a woman were also in the car. All three suffered minor injuries and were treated for whiplash, concussion and shock at a hospital. Anderson returned to United to continue his rehabilitation.
    On 26 September 2007, Anderson made his League Cup debut, playing the full 90 minutes in a 2–0 loss to Coventry City, in a team consisting almost entirely of youth and reserve team players.
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    Anderson made his Champions League debut against Sporting CP in a 1–0 away win on 19 September 2007, coming on as a substitute for Ryan Giggs in the 76th minute.
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    On 1 September 2007, Anderson made his competitive debut for United against Sunderland, before he was substituted at half time and replaced by Louis Saha, who eventually got the winner.
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    Anderson was friends with Portuguese-speaking team-mates, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani prior to joining the club. He was handed the number 8 shirt previously worn by Wayne Rooney (who changed to number 10) and made his Manchester United debut on 3 August 2007, playing 45 minutes of a pre-season friendly against Doncaster Rovers, which United won 2–0.
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    On 29 June 2007, he was granted a work permit to play in the United Kingdom, and the move was completed on 2 July, with Anderson signing a five-year contract to become United's second Brazilian player after Kléberson.
    More Details Hide Details The transfer fee Porto announced was €30 million, which was equivalent to around £20 million as of July 2007.
    On 30 May 2007, the Manchester United website confirmed that the club had agreed in principle to sign Anderson from Porto for an undisclosed fee.
    More Details Hide Details The initial application for a work permit for Anderson was rejected on the ground that he did not have enough international caps. United subsequently argued that only his youth had prevented him from acquiring more caps and that, given his exceptional talent and the size of the transfer fee, clearance was justified.
    Anderson made his Brazil debut in 2007 during the 2007 Copa América, which they went on to win.
    More Details Hide Details He also played for the Brazil Olympic football team during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, helping them secure the Bronze medal. Born in Porto Alegre, Anderson joined Grêmio as a youth player. He made his first appearance for the team on 23 October 2004, in a 3–1 loss to Internacional in the Brazilian Série A in which he scored a free kick. However, Grêmio was relegated and Anderson followed the team to the Brazilian Série B.
    He moved to Manchester United before the 2007–08 season, and has won the Premier League three times, the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and the League Cup.
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  • 2006
    Age 17
    Despite his injury, he managed to appear in 15 games in the 2006-07 season, scoring two goals, and again picking up a league-winners' medal.
    More Details Hide Details In total, he made 21 starts for Porto in all competitions.
    In the 2006-07 season, he made his UEFA Champions League debut in Porto's first group game against CSKA Moscow.
    More Details Hide Details However, Anderson was forced to miss five months of the season due to a broken leg, as a result of a tackle by Benfica's player Kostas Katsouranis.
    He made his league debut for Porto on 5 March 2006, playing a part in helping the team seal the Portuguese Championship in the 2005-06 season.
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    Three months before his 18th birthday he officially joined Porto for €7 million in January 2006.
    More Details Hide Details FIFA prohibits the international transfer of any underage players, subject to the exception that the player is moving to other countries to accompany their parents. Therefore, Anderson's mother, Doralice de Oliveira, relocated to Portugal to facilitate his move abroad. Porto owned 65% of the economic rights, from which Porto would received 65% of the future transfer fee of the player.
  • 2005
    Age 16
    He earned himself iconic status by scoring the goal that lifted Grêmio back into Serie A in a promotion playoff against Náutico in November 2005.
    More Details Hide Details This goal was particularly memorable because Grêmio only had seven players on the pitch at the time and had just seen the opposition have a penalty saved. The goal gave Grêmio a 1–0 victory in the most unlikely of circumstances.
    On 18 June 2005, Anderson was reported to have signed a pre-contract with Porto.
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    It was reported in June 2005 that Portuguese group GestiFute had paid €5 million for 70% of the economic rights to Anderson.
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    The following October he featured in the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship and he won the Golden Ball as Brazil took silver.
    More Details Hide Details When Brazil were in trouble of going out of the tournament after their opening game defeat against Gambia, Anderson helped to turn their fortunes around in the next match against the Netherlands. Anderson played well against the Dutch, contributing crosses and runs that aided his side. Anderson kept up his level of performance after that, scoring one goal and playing a key role in others, notably setting up Ramon for the first strike against Korea DPR in the quarter-final. After helping to lead Brazil into the final after a 4–3 semi-final victory over Turkey, Anderson lasted only 15 minutes of the final with Mexico, being stretchered off.
    In April 2005, he played for Brazil in the South American U-17 Championship.
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    There, he won the Portuguese Liga twice, along with the Portuguese Cup and SuperCup during 2005–06.
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    Before the start of the 2005–06 season, Anderson moved to Porto, gaining first team status during his two seasons with them.
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    Anderson began his career with Grêmio, joining the youth team before rising through the ranks. His goal against Náutico during the 2005 play-offs gained Grêmio promotion to the Brazilian Série A.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1988
    Born
    Born on April 13, 1988.
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