List of Brazilian footballers in Serie B

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The list of Brazilian footballers in Serie B records the association football players from Brazil who have appeared at least once for a team in the Italian Serie B. Entries in bold denote players still active in actual season.[1]

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  • Babù – Salernitana, Venezia, Lecce, Verona, Triestina, Avellino – 2001–04, 2006–09
  • Barreto – Treviso, Bari – 2003–05, 2007–09
  • Fábio Bilica – Venezia, Palermo – 2000–01, 2002–03
  • Binho – Empoli, Livorno – 1999–00, 2002–03
  • Bondi – Salernitana, Arezzo, Grosseto – 2002–03, 2006–07, 2010–11
  • Eric BotteghinAscoli – 2021–
  • Branco – Brescia – 1987–88

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Walter Casagrande won the Serie B scorers ranking in 1990–91 season.[2]

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Jeda is the second most capped Brazilian player and the second best foreign goalscorers in Serie B.[3]
  • Jeda – Vicenza, Siena, Palermo, Piacenza, Catania, Crotone, Rimini – 2001–08
  • Jéffe – Frosinone, Latina, Livorno – 2009–10, 2013–16
  • Jefferson – Modena – 2011–12
  • João Paulo – Bari – 1992–94
  • Joelson – Albinoleffe, Pisa, Reggina, Grosseto – 2004–07, 2008–10
  • Jonathas – Brescia, Latina – 2011–12, 2013–14
  • Juliano – Lecce, Pisa – 2006–08

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Jonathas is the top scorer of Latina in Serie B.[4]

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  • Filipe Machado – Salernitana – 2009–10
  • Maicon – Reggina, Livorno – 2011–12, 2013–16, 2018–19
  • Marcelinho – Catania – 2014–15
  • Mancini – Venezia – 2002–03
  • Marco Aurélio – Vicenza, Palermo, Cosenza – 1999–2000, 2001–03
  • Marcón – Venezia – 2002–03
  • Martinho – Verona, Catania, Bari, Ascoli – 2012–13, 2014–15, 2016–19
  • Ryder Matos – Verona, Empoli, Perugia – 2018–19, 2020–
  • Matuzalém – Napoli, Bologna – 1999–2000, 2014–15
  • Fernando Menegazzo – Catania – 2004–05
  • Junior Messias – Crotone – 2019–20
  • Mezavilla – Catania, Cesena, Pisa, Juve Stabia – 2004–05, 2006–08, 2011–13, 2019–20
  • Milton – Como – 1989–90
  • Montresor – Treviso – 2006–07
  • Mozart – Reggina – 2001–02
  • Müller – Torino – 1989–90
  • Murilo – Livorno – 2018–20

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  • Nenê – Spezia, Bari - 2014–18
  • Neto Pereira – Varese – 2010–15
  • Nícolas – Verona, Lanciano, Trapani, Reggina, Pisa – 2012–13, 2014–17, 2020–

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  • Oliveira – Cittadella, Vicenza – 2008–11

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  • Rafael – Verona, Cagliari – 2011–13, 2015–16
  • Reginaldo – Treviso, Parma, Siena, Pro Vercelli – 2003–05, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2017–18
  • Renan – Sampdoria – 2011–12
  • Rincon – Ancona, Piacenza, Grosseto – 2008–11
  • Romeu – Ravenna – 1999–2000
  • Ronaldo Pompeu – Mantova, Padova, Grosseto, Empoli, Pro Vercelli, Salernitana, Novara – 2009–18
  • Rubinho – Genoa, Torino – 2006–07, 2010–11

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  • Rodrigo Taddei – Siena, Perugia – 2002–03, 2014–15
  • Teco – Salernitana – 2002–03
  • Tesser – Lecce – 2006–07
  • Thiago – Genoa – 2003–05
  • Thomas – Siena – 2013–14
  • Tita – Pescara – 1989–90
  • Rômulo Eugênio Togni – Arezzo, Pescara, Avellino – 2006–07, 2011–12, 2013–14
  • Robson Toledo – Ascoli, Ravenna, Triestina – 2004–05, 2007–08, 2010–11

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Serie BKT - Il campionato degli italiani". Lega B.
  2. ^ "Questi calciatori erano famosi, ora sono irriconoscibili". Virgilio Sport.
  3. ^ "Modena, Granoche lo straniero più prolifico della Serie B - TUTTOmercatoWEB.com". www.tuttomercatoweb.com.
  4. ^ Ferrante, Tommaso M. (April 15, 2014). "Un attaccante fa felice il Latina".

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