The Poster: Juninho Paulista | A hero at Middlesbrough

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Poster of Juninho Paulista

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There is something special about Brazilian football. The flair, the technique and the passion that the players bring to the game are a sight to behold. One player who has epitomized Brazilian football over the years is Juninho Paulista. In this blog post, we will take a look at his career and discuss why he is considered one of the best players to play the game.

Who is Juninho Paulista and what was his club career like?

Juninho Paulista is a retired Brazilian footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. He started his career with Sao Paulo FC, where he made his professional debut in 1993. He quickly established himself as one of the best young players in the league and helped the club win several trophies, including the Copa Libertadores and Intercontinental Cup in 1992-1993. In 1995, he moved to Europe to join Middlesbrough FC in the English Premier League. He was an instant hit with the fans and helped the club reach the finals of the FA Cup and League Cup in 1997.

Juninho then moved to Spanish club Atlético Madrid for £13m. Juninho found it hard to replicate his success as he was injury-riddled during his with Atletico. He was loaned back to Middlesbrough for a season before being again loaned out but this time to Brazillian club Vasco de Gama where he won the Serie A there in 2000. Juninho secured a permanent return move to his beloved Middlesbrough in 2002 where he helped them win the League Cup in 2004 post which he left the club for Celtic. After spending just a season in Scotland, Juninho returned to Brazil with Palmeiras. He eventually retired in 2008 with Syndey FC being his last club.

Juninho made his senior debut for Brazil in 1995 and went on to make 46 appearances for his country, scoring five goals. He was part of the Brazilian squads that won the 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2002 World Cup.

Why is Juninho considered a hero at Middlesbrough?

Juninho is considered a hero at Middlesbrough for a number of reasons. Firstly, he was an excellent player for the club and helped them achieve a lot of success during his time there. Secondly, he was always very humble and down-to-earth, despite his superstar status. Thirdly, he had a great relationship with the fans and always took the time to interact with them. Finally, Juninho Paulista is just a really likable guy! He's someone who you can't help but root for and feel happy when they succeed. All in all, these qualities make Juninho Paulista a hero at Middlesbrough FC.

What was Juninho Paulista's playing style like?

Juninho Paulista was an elegant playmaker who was known for his excellent passing, vision and dead-ball abilities. He was also a very hard worker and had a great work ethic. Juninho was capable of playing anywhere in midfield but was most often deployed as an attacking midfielder or central midfielder.

There are many reasons why Juninho Paulista is considered one of the best players to ever play the game. Firstly, he was an excellent technical player with superb dribbling skills and ball control. Secondly, he had amazing vision and could pick out passes that other players couldn't even see. Thirdly, Juninho possessed a fantastic work ethic and always gave 100% on the pitch. Finally, he was a very humble person and was always polite and respectful to others.

In conclusion, Juninho Paulista was a truly special footballer who possessed all the qualities that make a great player. He was an excellent technical player with superb dribbling skills, had amazing vision, and always gave it his all on the pitch. He will be remembered as one of the best players to ever play the game and an icon of Brazilian football.

Poster of Juninho Paulista