Pauleta

pauleta

What does Pauleta stand for?

Pedro Miguel Carreiro Resendes, ComM, OIH (born 28 April 1973), known as Pauleta (Portuguese pronunciation: [pawˈletɐ]), is a Portuguese retired professional footballer who played as a striker.

Who is Pedro Pauleta?

Pauleta was the first Portugal national team player to never have played in the Portuguese top level when he made his international debut against Armenia, in August 1997. He would have to wait 18 months for his first start, against the Netherlands.

What happened to Pauleta son André?

In late May 2009, Pauleta played his farewell match at the Parc des Princes, playing one half each with a team of friends and PSG – former and current – players. His son André, 13, replaced him at the end of the game and scored the final two goals.

What made Pauleta so good?

A prolific goalscorer in his prime, Pauleta was considered one of the best strikers in Europe. He usually operated as a lone striker or alongside another forward, and combined mobility, pace and athleticism with good technique, two-footedness and strength in the air.

What does Pauletta mean?

Pauletta as a name for girls has its root in Latin, and the meaning of Pauletta is small. Pauletta is a variant form of Paula (Latin): feminine of Paul. See also Etta Pauletta Leigha (P.L.), ..

How old is Pauleta?

Pauleta (born 28 April 1973) is a former Portuguese football player. He has played for Portugal national team . ↑ Strack-Zimmermann, Benjamin. Pauleta. www.national-football-teams.com. This short article about a sports person can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it.

Who is Pedro Pauleta?

Pauleta was the first Portugal national team player to never have played in the Portuguese top level when he made his international debut against Armenia, in August 1997. He would have to wait 18 months for his first start, against the Netherlands.

How did Pauleta qualify for the 2006 World Cup?

During the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign, Pauleta was the European zones top scorer and, in a friendly match against Cape Verde in May 2006 preluding the final stages, he showed great form as he netted a hat-trick in a 4–1 win.

Where is Pedro Pauleta now?

Pauleta returned to football at the age of 37, joining amateurs Grupo Desportivo São Roque in the Azores regional leagues and retiring shortly after arriving.

What happened to Pauleta after PSG?

After the 2007–08 campaign, as PSG faced relegation until the very last matchday (eventually reaching safety at 16th), Pauleta retired from football after his last match on 17 May 2008, with the possible exception being if any of the Big three ( S.L. Benfica, Sporting CP and Porto) in Portugal came calling, which they did not.

How many goals did Pedro Pauleta score in his international career?

Pauleta also scored 47 goals in 88 matches for Portugal, a national record at the time of his retirement. He played for his country in two World Cups and two European Championships .

Where did Pauleta start his career?

Born in Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island in the Azores, Pauleta started his career with local clubs in his native region, before turning professional in the lower leagues.

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