Αντελίνο Βιεϊρίνια

Andelino Vieirinha

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Ο Αντελίνο Αντρέ Βιέρα Φρέιτας κοινώς γνωστός ως Βιεϊρίνια, γεννήθηκε στις 24 Ιανουαρίου 1986 στην πόλη Γκιμαράες στην Πορτογαλία. Ο Βιεϊρίνια ξεκίνησε την καριέρα του από τα εφηβικά τμήματα της Βιτόρια Γκιμαράες το 2000. Γρήγορα το ταλέντο του αναγνωρίστηκε από τους ανθρώπους της Πόρτο που τον ενέταξαν στα εφηβικά τμήματα της ομάδας. Μετά από ένα εξάμηνο δανεισμό στην ομάδα Β΄ κατηγορίας της Πορτογαλίας ΦΚ Μάρκο, ο Βιεϊρίνια εντάχθηκε στην πρώτη ομάδα την περίοδο 2006-07 υπογράφοντας τετραετές επαγγελματικό συμβόλαιο. Έπαιξε το πρώτο του παιχνίδι με την Πόρτο για το Κύπελλο Πορτογαλίας στις 11 Αυγούστου 2007 σκοράροντας στο 3-0 εναντίον της Βιτόρια Σετουμπάλ το τελευταίο γκολ στο 89' λεπτό του αγώνα. Δεν χρησιμοποιήθηκε πολύ όμως από την Πόρτο που τον έδωσε δανεικό στην Λεισόες την σεζόν 2007-08. Την επόμενη σεζόν δόθηκε ξανά δανεικός στον ΠΑΟΚ μια και είχε κινήσει το ενδιαφέρον του συμπατρίώτη του προπονητή Φερνάντο Σάντος. Πριν καταφέρει να παίξει πολλούς αγώνες με τον ΠΑΟΚ τραυματίστηκε σοβαρά σε ένα παιχνίδι του ελληνικού πρωταθλήματος με τον Άρη Θεσσαλονίκης και επέστρεψε μετά από αρκετούς μήνες τον Ιανουάριο του 2009. Στα τέλη Ιουνίου του 2009, ο ΠΑΟΚ ήρθε σε συμφωνία με Πόρτο για να κάνει τον Βιεϊρίνια παίκτη της ομάδας, μια και ο ίδιος επιθυμούσε να συνεχίσει να παίζει με τον Σάντος προπονητή στον ΠΑΟΚ. Τον Δεκέμβριο του 2009 ο Βιεϊρίνια υπέγραψε επέκταση συμβολαίου με τον ΠΑΟΚ με ρήτρα εξαγοράς στα 15.000.000 ευρώ. Στις 3 Ιανουαρίου ανακοινώθηκε επίσημα η μεταγραφή του στην Βόλφσμπουργκ,όπου αγωνίζεται μέχρι σήμερσ. Ο Βιερίνια είναι διεθνής με όλες τις ομάδες της χώρας του ενώ από το καλοκαίρι είναι κ πρωταθλητής Ευρώπης, ως μέλος της εθνικής ομάδας της Πορτογαλίας

Ο Αντελίνο Αντρέ Βιέρα Φρέιτας κοινώς γνωστός ως Βιεϊρίνια, γεννήθηκε στις 24 Ιανουαρίου 1986 στην πόλη Γκιμαράες στην Πορτογαλία. Ο Βιεϊρίνια ξεκίνησε την καριέρα του…

Adelino Andre Vieira de Freitas, known as Vieirinha, was born on the 24th of January 1986 in Guimaraes Portugal. He currently plays for German club VfL Wolfsburg mainly as a winger but also as a right back. Formed in the youth teams of local Vitoria SC, Guimaraes-born Vieirinha caught the interest of FC Porto and eventually finished his football grooming there. After a six-month loan at second division’s F.C. Marco he joined the first team in the 2006–07 season, being given a four-year professional contract. Vieirinha played his first official game for Porto on 11 August 2006, in the Portuguese Supercup against Vitoria de Setubal, coming on as a substitute in the 70th minute and scoring the game’s last goal in the 89th, in a 3–0 final result. Alongside teammates Diogo Valente and Paulo Machado, Vieirinha was loaned to Primeira Liga promotees Leixoes S.C. for 2007–08. All proved instrumental as the Matosinhos side retained its league status at the end of the campaign. Vieirinha then returned to Porto, being immediately loaned to PAOK FC of Greece, which had expressed interest in the player as his compatriot Fernando Santos was at the club’s bench at the time. A season-long loan was eventually arranged, as the player teamed up with compatriot Sergio Conceicao. After only a few games, he picked up a serious injury (torn ankle ligament in a derby against Aris Thessaloniki FC, caused by Vitolo, a player who would join PAOK in the following year); he returned to training during the January 2009 winter break, coming on as a substitute in a home game against OFI Crete. In mid-July 2009, PAOK came to terms with Porto to make the move permanent for roughly €1 million, following Vieirinha’s wish to continue playing under coach Santos. Late in the year he renewed his link until June 2013, with a €15 million buyout clause. On 4 November 2010, diminutive Vieirinha scored with his head in a 1–0 home win against Villarreal CF of Spain, for the season’s UEFA Europa League. He was also named the Superleague’s most valuable player, the second individual accolade in a row whilst at PAOK, helping the team finish in third position and qualify to the Europa League. Despite considerable transfer market speculation owing to his increased potential, Vieirinha started 2011–12 with PAOK, helping his side progress to the Europa League group stage; overall, he played in 126 official matches for the club, scoring 28 goals and making 21 assists. With a short statement on 3 January 2012, PAOK announced the club had come to terms regarding the transfer of Vieirinha to German side VfL Wolfsburg. The player signed until June 2015 for approximately €4 million, and made his Bundesliga debut on the 21st, playing 45 minutes in a 1–0 home win against 1. FC Koln. Vieirinha scored his first official goal for the Wolves on 9 March 2013, contributing to a 5–2 success at SC Freiburg with a volley from outside the box. In September, during a DFB-Pokal game against VfR Aalen, he ruptured his knee ligaments, going on to be sidelined until April of the following year. Vierinha played at right back as Wolfsburg won its first domestic cup on 30 May 2015, with a 3–1 victory over Borussia Dortmund, and featured in the same position on 1 August as they conquered the DFL-Supercup against FC Bayern Munich in a penalty shootout. On 8 December, again as a winger, he was one of three players on target for the hosts as they defeated Manchester United 3–2 in the last round of the UEFA Champions League’s group stage and progressed at the expense of the English. Vieirinha featured for every youth level of the Portuguese national team, from under-16 to under-21, earning a total of 83 caps and scoring 28 goals in the process. In November 2011 he received his first callup to the main squad, replacing injured Danny for the UEFA Euro 2012 playoffs against Bosnia and Herzegovina. Vieirinha finally made his debut for Portugal on 22 March 2013, playing the last 30 minutes in a 3–3 away draw with Israel for the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. On 19 May of the following year he was named in the final 23-man squad for the finals in Brazil and, on 11 June, scored his first international goal, netting his team’s fourth in a 5–1 friendly win over the Republic of Ireland in the United States, four minutes after replacing Silvestre Varela. Vieirinha featured once in the final stages, playing 21 minutes in the 2–1 group stage triumph against Ghana as Portugal went out on goal difference. At Euro 2016, under former PAOK boss Santos, he was the first-choice right-back during the group stage but lost his place to Southampton’s Cedric Soares in the knockout phase.