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Neymar Da Silva
Transcript of Neymar Da Silva
: Neymar plays mainly as a forward.
: Neymar wears jersey number 11 also number 10 for national team. :He was born in Mogi Das Cruzes, Sau Paulo Brazil
:His mom and dad are Neymar Da Silva Sr.
and Nadine Santos.
:Neymar inherited his name from his father who is a former soccer player,
: Neymar's birthday is Feburary 5th,1992
: Neymar is currently 20 years old Neymar's youth Neymar's youth continued At the age 14, he travelled to Spain in order to join Real Madrid, at the time when Real had stars like Ronaldo, and Robinho also many others. Neymar passed the trial for his potential move, but Santos paid 1 million to keep neymar playing soccer. Neymar also joined the likes of Pepe, Pelé and Robinho in starting out his career. Neymar is known for his acceleration, speed, dribbling and finishing. His playing style has earned him attention from fans, media and former players, people also compare Neymar to lionel Messi and former Brazil player who has said Neymar is a "excellent player" Neymar made his professional first game despite being only 17 years old; he was brought on for the last thirty minutes Although one year later Neymar admitted, in a talk show that it was his dream to play in Europealso stating that at the time it had been the right decision to stay in Brazil. Neymar almost leaving Brazil In 2010, Santos rejected a 12 million for him to go to a English club known as Chealsea Despite Santos unwillingness to sell and Neymar himself insisting "I'm focused only on Santos", 2011 Season for Neymar In September 2011, Santos president Luis Ribeiro threatened to report Real Madrid to FIFA following reports that they had attempted to sign Neymar to a pre-contract agreement and denied that such an agreement was in place. On 9 November 2011, Neymar and Santos agreed to a contract extension that would see the player stay with the club until after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The deal reportedly increased Neymar's wages by 50%, to the levels that top European clubs would be paying him. On 14 December 2011, Neymar scored the opening goal for Santos as they defeated Kashiwa Reysol 3-1 in the semi-finals of the FIFA Club World Cup at the Toyota Stadium in Toyota, Japan, but failed to score against Barcelona in the final on 18 December 2011, where Santos were defeated 4-0, finishing as runners up in the competition. He won the 2011 FIFA Puskás Award for scoring a sensational solo goal in the Brasileirão Série A against Flamengo, in a 5–4 loss. On 31 December 2011, he won the 2011 South American Footballer of the Year award for the first time, by a record margin, following in the footsteps of Diego Maradona, Romário, Pelé and Zico. Santos president threatened to report Real Madrid to FIFA following reports that they had attempted to sign Neymar to a pre-contract agreement and denied that such an agreement was in place. Neymar and Santos agreed to a contract extension that would see the player stay with the club until after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The deal reportedly increased Neymar's wages by 50%, to the levels that top European clubs would be paying him. Neymar scored the opening goal for Santos as they defeated another team in the finals of FIFA Club World Cup at the Toyota Stadium in Toyota, Japan, but failed to score against Barcelona in the finals,where Santos were defeated 4-0, finishing as runners up in the competition.Neymar won the fifa award for scoring a sensational solo goal in the Brazil Serie A in 5-4 loss. Neymar won the 2011 south american soccer player of the year award for the first time following the footsteps of other really famous soccer players like Pele. Neymar's 2012 season On 11 May 2012, Neymar was selected in the squad for the Brazil Olympic football team to participate in the London 2012 Olympic Games. In Brazil's first match against Great Britain at the stadium Neymar scored both of the goals 2-0 win, On 26 July 2012, Neymar scored his first goal of the 2012 Summer Olympics in Brazil's opening game against Egypt, which ended a 3-2 victory for Brazil. Brazil secured their place in the quarter-finals with a 3-1 win. Afterwards he said: "I scored and made two assists so for me it was perfect".
On 5 August 2012, in the quarter-final encounter against Honduras, Neymar scored a penalty, his third goal of the tournament and assisted in a players second goal on the match, to help Brazil to a 3-2 victory at St James' Park and book a place in the semi-finals. Neymar or Messi Neymar's increasing reputation led both the media and former great players to draw comparisons between Neymar and FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, which Neymar has commented on saying: "Messi is above everyone, there is no use comparing me with him. He is the best player in the world and I always get inspired when I watch good soccer. On 11 April 2012, Pelé confirmed he felt that Neymar was better than Lionel Messi. "Now everyone is talking about Messi; he is a star. But [to be the best ever] he must first become better than Neymar," Pele said. "At the moment Messi is just more experienced." Neymar's personal life Neymar has a kid named David Lucca.
Neymar enjoys watching good soccer players play games.
Neymar is the 7th wealthiest soccer player in the world. Media for Neymar Neymar is on the covers of pro evoulution soccer 2012 and 2013. Neymar pictures Citations for famous person project Neymar Neymar Da Silva. Wikipedia, 2012. Print<www.wikipedia.org> Neymar Da Silva. Brazil: football top, 2012. Web. <www.football.com> Neymar Da Silva. New York: Brazil squad, 2011. Web. <www.brazilsquad.com>.