Miranda
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Personal information
Full name João Miranda de Souza Filho
Date of birth 7 September 1984 (1984-09-07) (age 36)
Place of birth    Paranavaí, Flag of Brazil Brazil
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Centre back
Club information
Current club Flag of Brazil São Paulo
Number TBA
Youth clubs
Flag of Brazil Coritiba
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2004–2005
2005–2006
2006–2011
2011–2015
2015–2019
2019–2020
2021–
Flag of Brazil Coritiba
Flag of France Sochaux
Flag of Brazil São Paulo
Flag of Spain Atlético Madrid
Flag of Italy Inter
Flag of China Jiangsu Suning
Flag of Brazil São Paulo
049 00(2)
020 00(0)
128 00(4)
117 00(7)
109 00(1)
028 00(2)
0000(0)   
National team
2009– Flag of Brazil Brazil 058 00(3)

João Miranda de Souza Filho (born 7 September 1984), also known as João Miranda, or simply Miranda is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a central defender for São Paulo and the Brazil national team.

Having begun his career at Coritiba, he spent the 2005–06 season with Sochaux in France before returning to Brazil to play for São Paulo. In 2011 he joined Atlético Madrid, where he won domestic and European honours, leaving for Inter for €15 million four years later.

Miranda made his full international debut for Brazil in 2009 and was a member of the squad which won the Confederations Cup that year, also playing at the 2015 Copa América.

Honours

Club

São Paulo

Atlético Madrid

Jiangsu Suning

International

Brazil

Individual

External links

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Jiangsu Suning F.C. squad - 2016

1. Gu Chao 2. Li Ang 3. Sainsbury 4. Zhong Yi 5. Zhou Yun 7. Zhang Xinlin 8. Liu Jianye 9. Lu Bofei 11. Escudero 12. Zhang Xiaobin 13. Tao Yuan 14. Qu Cheng 15. Cao Kang 16. Sammir 17. Xu Youzhi 18. Zhang Wei 19. Yang Hao 22. Wu Xi 23. Ren Hang 24. Ji Xiang 25. Jiang Hao 26. Wang Xijie 28. Yang Xiaotian 30. Zhang Sipeng 33. Gu Wenxiang 50. Ge Wei -. Ramires -. Teixeira -. 


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Brazil – 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Júlio César 2. Maicon 3. Lúcio (c) 4. Juan 5. Felipe Melo 6. Kléber 7. Elano 8. Gilberto Silva 9. Luís Fabiano 10. Kaká 11. Robinho 12. Victor 13. Dani Alves 14. Luisão 15. Miranda 16. André Santos 17. Josué 18. Ramires 19. Júlio Baptista 20. Kléberson 21. Pato 22. Nilmar 23. Gomes

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Brazil – 2015 Copa América – Quarter-finals

1. Jefferson 2. Dani Alves 3. Miranda 4. David Luiz 5. Fernandinho 6. Filipe Luís 7. Douglas Costa 8. Elias 9. Tardelli 10. Neymar (c) 11. Firmino 12. Neto 13. Marquinhos 14. Thiago Silva 15. Geferson 16. Fabinho 17. Fred 18. Everton Ribeiro 19. Willian 20. Robinho 21. Coutinho 22. Casemiro 23. Marcelo Grohe

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Brazil – Copa América Centenario – Group stage group B
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Brazil – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Quarter-finals

1. Alisson 2. Thiago Silva 3. Miranda 4. Geromel 5. Casemiro 6. Filipe Luís 7. Douglas Costa 8. Renato Augusto 9. Gabriel Jesus 10. Neymar 11. Coutinho 12. Marcelo 13. Marquinhos 14. Danilo 15. Paulinho 16. Cássio 17. Fernandinho 18. Fred 19. Willian 20. Firmino 21. Taison 22. Fagner 23. Ederson

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Brazil – 2019 Copa América – Winners (9th title)

1. Alisson 2. Thiago Silva 3. Miranda 4. Marquinhos 5. Casemiro 6. Filipe Luís 7. David Neres 8. Arthur 9. Gabriel Jesus 10. Willian 11. Coutinho 12. Alex Sandro 13. Militão 14. Allan 15. Cássio 16. Fernandinho 17. Paquetá 18. Everton 19. Firmino 20. Richarlison 21. Fagner 22. Ederson

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