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Iarley

Iarley
Personal information
Full name Pedro Iarley Lima Dantas
Date of birth (1974-03-29) March 29, 1974
Place of birth Quixeramobim, Brazil
Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Playing position Attacking Midfielder / Forward
Youth career
1992–1993 Ferroviário
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1994 Ferroviário - (-)
1995 Quixadá-CE - (-)
1995–1997 Real Madrid B - (-)
1998–1999 Ceuta 26 (5)
2000 Melilla 23 (10)
2001–2002 Ceará - (-)
2003 Paysandu 14 (3)
2003–2004 Boca Juniors 27 (5)
2004–2005 Dorados 26 (5)
2005–2008 Internacional 130 (30)
2008–2009 Goiás 31 (12)
2010–2011 Corinthians 33 (8)
2011 Ceará (loan) 6 (1)
2011–2012 Goiás 56 (13)
2013 Paysandu 22 (2)
2014 Ferroviário 14 (5)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Pedro Iarley Lima Dantas or simply Iarley (born March 29, 1974 in Quixeramobim, Brazil) is a Brazilian retired footballer who played mainly as an attacking midfielder. His skill, speed and mazy dribbles make him one of the best players in Brazil. He is also a top class finisher and possesses vision and very accurate passes.

Contents

  • Club career 1
  • Honours 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Club career

Iarley played for Ferroviário, Ceará, and Paysandu of Brazil, Real Madrid B, AD Ceuta and UD Melilla of Spain, Boca Juniors of Argentina and Dorados de Sinaloa of Mexico. He joined Internacional for the 2005 Campeonato Brasileiro from Dorados de Sinaloa, where he played during the 2004-2005 season. Although Iarley impressed at Dorados in his first season, he also struggled with injuries, appearing in only nine games, registering three assists.

At Internacional, Iarley made a good impression at first, but then lost his place in the team that eventually won the Copa Libertadores in 2006 to wonderboy Rafael Sobis. After Sobis's transfer to Real Betis, he took on the number 10 shirt and helped Inter win the FIFA Club World Cup in the same year.

In 2008, he moved on to Goiás. And in 2009, he scored 12 goals in Série A and his team made a good season occupying the first positions despite of finishing in 9th.

In the end of 2009, Iarley signed a contract with Corinthians. In the end of 2010, he moved to fellow Série A team Ceará .

Iarley retired from football on August 22, 2014, after leaving his first club Ferroviário. [1]

Honours

References

  1. ^ http://esportes.opovo.com.br/app/esportes/futebol/futebolgeral/2014/08/29/noticiafutebol,2825386/cearense-iarley-anuncia-aposentadoria-e-poe-fim-a-carreira-vitoriosa-no-futebol-mundial.shtml

External links

  • (Portuguese) internacional.com.br
  • (English) sambafoot
  • (English) Guardian Stats Centre
  • (Portuguese) zerozero.pt
  • (Portuguese) CBF
  • (Spanish) pedroiarley
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