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Profile of the Brazilian footballer Adriano, who currently plays as a defender at Barcelona. The 29-year old player Adriano joined Barcelona from Sevilla and wears the number 21 shirt.

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        (Squad number 21)

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Adriano Career
2002–2004Coritiba81(2)
2005–2010Sevilla157(11)
2010–Barcelona85(9)

2003Brazil U204(0)
2003–Brazil17(0)

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Adriano : Barcelona News
“A report claims that Barcelona defender Adriano will start at centre-back in tonight's Copa del Rey final against Real Madrid at the Mestalla. Adriano has primarily made his career as a left-back, but has also been deployed at right-back in recent seasons.”
 Sports Mole  3 days ago
“Barcelona: S. Pinto; D. Alves, L/ Mascherano, M. Bartra (A. Sanchez, 87'), J. Alba (Adriano, 45'); Sergio Busquets, Xavi, A. Iniesta; Neymar, C. Fabregas (Pedro, 60'), L. Messi Real Madrid: Casillas; D. Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Coentrão; G.”
 VAVEL  3 days ago
“Tata Martino needed to change things at halftime for Barcelona and replaced Jordi Alba with Adriano, but the opening minutes were if anything, worse for the Catalans, who at times seemed almost lost as Bale stabbed one shot wide and hit another over the”
 China Economic Net  2 days ago
“46 min Peep peep! Barcelona are 45 minutes from their first trophyless season since 2007-08. They've made a half-time substitution, but it's surely an enforced one: Adriano is on at left-back for Jordi Alba. 21.28 Sunderland now lead at Manchester City.”
 Daily Telegraph  3 days ago
“Barcelona coach Martino had hinted that Carles Puyol could Lionel Messi shot wide from 20 yards just before the break – in which Adriano replaced Alba – but Barca were still sluggish when play resumed, as Bale shot into the side netting before”
 premier-football-news.net  3 days ago
“Barcelona coach Martino had hinted that Carles Puyol could Lionel Messi shot wide from 20 yards just before the break - in which Adriano replaced Alba - but Barca were still sluggish when play resumed, as Bale shot into the side netting before firing”
 YAHOOSports  3 days ago
“Barcelona had asked to play in their away kit The Welshman's goal is ruled out and Barca sweep up the other end with half-time sub Adriano. He wins a corner, and it's swung over to the middle where an unmarked Marc Bartra can head home with ease.”
 Mirror  3 days ago
“47 Min of play FCB 0-1 RM: Barcelona’s Alba has been forced off with injury,His place at left-back will be taken by Adriano. 46 Min of play FCB 0-1 RM: Second half under way. 45 min of play FCB 0-1 RM: Half time.”
 The News Tribe  3 days ago
Adriano Career Honours
  • Coritiba: Campeonato Paranaense: 2003, 2004
  • Sevilla: Copa del Rey: 2006–07, 2009–10
  • Sevilla: Supercopa de Espana: 2007
  • Sevilla: UEFA Cup: 2005–06, 2006–07
  • Sevilla: UEFA Super Cup: 2006; Runner-up 2007
  • Barcelona: La Liga: 2010–11, 2012–13
  • Barcelona: Copa del Rey: 2011–12; Runner-up 2010–11, 2013–14
  • Barcelona: Supercopa de Espana: 2010, 2011, 2013; Runner-up 2012
  • Barcelona: UEFA Champions League: 2010–11
  • Barcelona: UEFA Super Cup: 2011
  • Barcelona: FIFA Club World Cup: 2011
  • Country: FIFA U-20 World Cup: 2003
  • Country: Copa America: 2004
  • Country: CONCACAF Gold Cup: Silver 2003

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    Goalkeepers
    Jose Manuel Pinto Victor Valdes
    Oier Olazabal
    Defenders
    Jordi Alba Martin Montoya
    Javier Mascherano Carles Puyol
    Dani Alves Adriano
    Marc Bartra Gerard Pique
    Midfielders
    Andres Iniesta Ibrahim Afellay
    Sergio Busquets Cesc Fabregas
    Xavi Cristian Tello
    Alexis Sanchez Isaac Cuenca
    Pedro Neymar
    Jonathan dos Santos Alex Song
    Sergi Roberto
    Forwards
    Lionel Messi