2. Juni Rio De Janeiro Der ehemalige Bundesliga-Fußballer Diego hat enttäuscht auf seine Nicht-Nominierung für das WM-Aufgebot der. Der Brasilianer Diego genießt die besondere Atmosphäre bei Werder Bremen und bewundert den deutschen Fußball. „Ich spiele mit großer. Jan. Diego Ribas da Cunha (r.) wird am Februar im brasilianischen Ribeirão Preto geboren. Als Jähriger von Scouts entdeckt, beginnt.
Im Finale gegen Argentinien, das Brasilien mit 3: September beim 0: Juli von Nationaltrainer Carlos Dunga nominiert. Februar kam ihr gemeinsamer Sohn zur Welt.
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In anderen Projekten Commons. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am Januar um Flamengo Rio de Janeiro. In October , he won a second Player of the Month award, as well as again in December He was then named as the Best Player of the first half of the Bundesliga season.
On 15 April, Diego again played well, scoring in the 2—0 win over Borussia Dortmund. Five days later, on 20 April, Bremen played against Alemannia Aachen.
Bremen won the game 3—1 and topped the table with 60 points. Following his good performances in the first half of the Bundesliga, Diego got called up to the Brazil national team in November.
After the —07 season ended, Diego won the Bundesliga Player of the Season award organised by popular magazine kicker.
Unfortunately, his team did not win the Bundesliga after finishing third in the table, behind champions VfB Stuttgart and Schalke Diego started his season well, scoring a penalty on the first matchday.
Diego gave many outstanding performances. He was crucial as Bremen progressed to the —08 Champions League group stage. Rumours of his departure, however, were put to an end when Diego signed a new contract which would last until Werder won 4—1, with Diego leading the midfield.
Later on in the season, Bremen achieved a historical 8—1 win over Arminia Bielefeld , with Diego assisting three goals and scoring one himself. Diego was voted Player of the Month in September.
He scored 20 goals in total more than his two first seasons in the club , although Bremen did finish just tenth in the —09 Bundesliga and were knocked out of the Champions League at the group stage after finishing third in their group.
He helped his team through the round of 16, and scored four of the six goals, and managed one assist in the quarter-final knockout of Udinese.
On 26 May , Diego signed a five-year contract to join Juventus of Serie A at the end of the season —09 season.
Diego made his Juventus debut against the Korean side Seongnam , a game they won 3—0. In the first half, Diego made the pass to Mauro Camoranesi , whose pass followed up to a goal.
Diego then scored in the second half and was subbed out at the 60th minute. He also scored goals against Bologna , Fiorentina and Napoli.
Juventus announced Diego would leave Juventus despite pleading to stay at the club. Bremen, however, ruled out signing him due to sporting director Klaus Allofs believing a deal to bring him back to Bremen would be "economically impossible",  and Diego reiterated his desire to stay.
On 5 February , he won a penalty for Wolfsburg; he subsequently took the ball from designated spot-kick taker Patrick Helmes , then hit the woodwork ten minutes from time.
After the —11 season at Wolfsburg, new manager Felix Magath told Diego in May he had no future with the club.
I have to thank God for this [victory]. Diego returned to VfL Wolfsburg following the end of his loan spell in Madrid. Upon his return, his relationship with manager Felix Magath continued to deteriorate: Diego played his first game for the club in a 1—0 victory over VfB Stuttgart on the opening game of the —13 Bundesliga.
Before and during the —14 Bundesliga season, Diego was linked with a move back to Santos in Brazil,  as well as with English Premier League side Arsenal.
He signed a contract for the rest of the —14 season. After various failed attempts to sign Diego in previous years, Flamengo was finally able to hire the player for three years in 19 July Diego made his international debut in April in a friendly match against Mexico.
Although Brazil compete as an under team, the international appearances and goals were recorded as FIFA acknowledge the tournament as senior team matches.
He appeared five times and scored two goals as Brazil U lost out to the Mexico senior team in the final. However, due to his decline in performance with Porto between and , he was often left out of the Brazil squad.
Diego also participated with Brazil U team for Olympics in Beijing. Brazil went on to earn the bronze medal with a third-place finish in the tournament.
On 19 January , he came back to Brazilian team being called up by coach Tite for a friendly game against Colombia , six days later. Only footballers playing for Brazilian clubs were called up.
Diego is a creative offensive playmaker known for his technique, dribbling ability, vision and accurate passing; usually deployed as an attacking midfielder, he is also capable of playing as a supporting forward or on the wing on occasion.
Diego is of Italian ancestry, with both of his paternal great-grandparents emigrating from Italy to Brazil. As a result of his Italian ancestry, Diego received his Italian passport in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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