Entertainment Former Sochalian João Miranda returns to São Paulo
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Miranda la casa .
João Miranda leaves China and returns to São Paulo. Crowned champion with Jiangsu FC, the Brazilian had to terminate his contract at the end of February, following the liquidation of his club. The former Sochalien therefore signed an eighteen-month contract with the team which revealed him at the highest level between 2006 and 2011. Julio Casares, president of the Paulista team, confirmed it at the microphone of: “I spoke with him on the phone. At the end of last year, we were already talking about it. He comes to strengthen the team, And he's a Paulista, who has won everything here. »
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After Brazil, the central defender took over the management of Atlético de Madrid, where he became a captain alongside Diego Godín (2011-2015 ), before joining Inter (2015-2019). At 36, Miranda is therefore giving herself one last challenge to come full circle.
All, coached by Hernán Crespo.
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© (Photo: DR) in Brazil, the redouble intensity pandemic, with more than 2000 deaths and 90,000 cases confirmed per day. The poor are most affected by COVID-19. The Government will therefore revive a financial assistance program with approximately 40 euros on average. The redevelopment pandemic of intensity in the country, with more than 2,000 deaths and 90,000 cases confirmed a day.