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Christian Corrêa Dionisio

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Christian
Full nameChristian Corrêa Dionisio
Date of birth (1975-04-23) 23 April 1975 (age 40)
Place of birthPorto Alegre, Brazil
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Playing positionStriker
Youth career
1989–1992Internacional
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1992Internacional
1992–1993Marítimo13(3)
1993–1994Estoril7(0)
1994–1995Farense30(4)
1995–1999Internacional50(38)
1999–2001Paris Saint-Germain53(20)
2001–2003Bordeaux18(2)
2002Palmeiras (loan)19(8)
2002–2003Galatasaray (loan)11(3)
2003–2004Grêmio (loan)62(25)
2005–2006Omiya Ardija15(6)
2005São Paulo (loan)20(8)
2006Botafogo5(1)
2006Juventude32(11)
2007Corinthians5(5)
2007Internacional19(4)
2008Portuguesa
2008Pachuca13(3)
2009Portuguesa10(1)
2010Monte Azul5(0)
2010São Caetano3(0)
2011Pelotas
National team
1997–2001Brazil11(0)

Christian Corrêa Dionisio, simply known as Christian (born 23 April 1975), is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a striker.

Football career

Born in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Christian began his career with hometown's Sport Club Internacional, and moved at just 17 to Portuguese club C.S. Marítimo, representing another two modest teams in the country in the following two seasons but always in the top division.

In 1996 he returned to Internacional, where his performances eventually awarded him a callup to the Brazilian national team, and he was eventually part of the 1999 Copa América-winning squad – 17 minutes against Chile in the group stage (1–0 win) and ten against Argentina in the quarterfinals (2–1) –[1] eventually signing with Paris Saint-Germain FC.

In the French capital side, however, Christian failed to perform, also being loaned to two teams before being released in June 2003. During his two-year loan spell at Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense the club narrowly avoided relegation to the Série B in his first year, but it befell in the following.

Subsequently Christian represented Omiya Ardija, São Paulo FC, Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas, Esporte Clube Juventude and Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, returning to Internacional in early 2007. The following year he joined Associação Portuguesa de Desportos, then moved to Mexico's C.F. Pachuca, switching back to Portuguesa shortly after, with the club now in the second level.

Statistics

Club

[2]

Club performance League
Season Club League Apps Goals
Portugal League
1993/94 Marítimo Primeira Liga 13 3
1994/95 Estoril Primeira Liga 7 0
1995/96 Farense Primeira Liga 30 4
Brazil League
1996 Internacional Série A 1 0
1997 26 24
1998 20 12
1999 3 2
France League
1999/00 Paris Saint-Germain Ligue 1 29 16
2000/01 24 4
2001/02 Bordeaux Ligue 1 18 2
Brazil League
2002 Palmeiras Série A 19 8
Turkey League
2002/03 Galatasaray Süper Lig 11 3
Brazil League
2003 Grêmio Série A 28 10
2004 34 15
Japan League
2005 Omiya Ardija J. League 1 15 6
Brazil League
2005 São Paulo Série A 20 8
2006 Botafogo Série A 4 1
2006 Juventude Série A 28 11
2007 Internacional Série A 19 4
2008 Portuguesa Série A 5 1
Mexico League
2008/09 Pachuca Primera División 13 3
Brazil League
2009 Portuguesa Série B 10 1
2009/10
Country Portugal 50 7
Brazil 217 97
France 71 22
Turkey 11 3
Japan 15 6
Mexico 13 3
Total 377 138

International

Brazil
Year Apps Goals
1997 2 0
1998 2 0
1999 6 0
2000 0 0
2001 1 0
Total 11 0

Honours

Club

Country

Individual

References

  1. ^ Copa América 1999; at RSSSF
  2. ^ Christian at National-Football-Teams.com

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