Bruno Wilson’s exibitions with the CD Tenerife have been highlighted, not only in the universe of Canary Islands team. The 24-year-old central defender, has been choose to the La Liga Smartbank “team of the week” several times, being one of the master players in the team coached by Luis Miguel Ramis. The U21 international for Portugal, have a essencial role in the team, having already played 17 games and score one goal. With three wins on the last four matches, CD Tenerife conceded goals in just one match, with Bruno Wilson leading the defense.
Fabinho was one of the highlights of Benfica B in the “clássico” against FC Porto B, on the 17th round of II League. The right-back, 19 years old, has played the 90 minutes, and not even the difficulties caused by the pitch prevented the international portuguese U20, from being one of the the best players of the reds in that match.
Kiki is one of the star players at Leixões. The portuguese winger, has been shining with the Leixões colours, scoring 3 goals in the 12 matches already played this season. In the last four matches, the left winger, 22 years, left his mark with 2 goals and one assist.
Vasco Teixeira moves from Sporting Clube de Portugal to Sport Lisboa e Benfica. The young forward signs a two seasons youth contract, with three more profissional years.
Aleksandar Isailovic, one of the most promising european strikers, is the latest sign of Sport Lisboa Benfica, signing a three-year contract, with two more optional seasons. Enhorabuena, Isa.
Bruno Wilson joined Footunited. This central-back arrived in SC Braga in the 2015/16 season, after completing the entire training course at Sporting CP, and in the following season he made his debut in the first team of SC Braga. A Portuguese international at all the youth teams, he is the grandson of Mário Wilson, a historical figure in portuguese football. He is currently the captain of the B team of SC Braga, where he has been one of the main highlights of Ledman LigaPro.
Danny was distinguished with the Record de Ouro, a prize that the portuguese daily Record attributes to important figures of the national sport. The Portuguese international player, who is still today the most expensive transfer of Russian football (Zenit paid 30M€ to Dynamo Moscow), joins a gallery of notables, including Fernando Santos, Jorge Jesus, Rui Patrício, Vítor Baía, Paulo Futre, Nélson Évora or Pedro Proença.