2010 Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras season

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Palmeiras
2010 season
Chairman Brazil Luiz Gonzaga Belluzzo
Manager Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari
Série A 10th
Campeonato Paulista 11th
Copa do Brasil Quarterfinals
Copa Sudmericana Semifinals
Top goalscorer League: Kleber (8 Goals)
All: Robert (14 goals)
Highest home attendance 35,054 (vs. Atlético Mineiro)
Lowest home attendance 3,224 (vs. Sertãozinho)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2010 Season was the 96th season in Palmeiras's existence, and their 95th in Brazil's first division. Palmeiras also played the usual Campeonato Paulista, the Copa do Brasil and the Copa Sudamericana.

Palmeiras started the campaign under management of Muricy Ramalho, who was dismissed on 18 February 2010 after some bad results. Manager Antônio Carlos Zago took over Palmeiras at the same day.

On 18 May 2010, at exactly 3 months as the club's manager, Antônio Carlos Zago was dismissed after a discussion with Palmeiras's Direction office. After a small period without a permanent manager, Palmeiras squad was coached by interim Jorge Parraga.

On 13 June 2010, during the season's 1-month break for the World Cup in South Africa, Luiz Felipe Scolari agreed to manage the team, where he had previously worked between 1997 and 2000. The manager won important titles with the team, such as Copa do Brasil and Copa Mercosur in 1998, the Copa Libertadores in 1999 and the Torneio Rio-São Paulo in 2000.

Season[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

Palmeiras played a friendly match against Boca Juniors from Argentina, marking the club's last match in Palestra Itália. Palmeiras lost the match by 0-2.

Date Opponent H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Venue Attendance
9 July 2010 Boca Juniors H 0 – 2 Palestra Itália 17,786

Campeonato Paulista[edit]

Palmeiras started the campaign in the Campeonato Paulista 2010 under Manager Muricy Ramalho, who in the beginning of the tournament had some bad results with the team. Antônio Carlos Zago took over Palmeiras in February, and in his first match with the team, he defeated rival São Paulo by 2-0 in the Choque-Rei. Antônio Carlos managed Palmeiras with high-class wins against rivals, however Palmeiras didn't play well along the Championship and preferred to give more focus in the Copa do Brasil. After a bad campaign, on 7 April, Palmeiras finished the competition in 11th place with 25 points.

Date Opponent H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Attendance
16 January 2010 Mogi Mirim H 5 – 1 Diego Souza 34', 42', Léo 51', Robert 64', Cleiton Xavier 75' 20,392
21 January 2010 Prudente (Barueri) A 2 – 2 Deyvid Sacconi 28', Diego Souza 79' 35,528
24 January 2010 Ituano H 3 – 3 Diego Souza 20', Robert 48', Deyvid Sacconi 62' 18,079
27 January 2010 Monte Azul A 1 – 0 Cleiton Xavier 34' (pen.) 14,693
31 January 2010 Corinthians A 0 – 1 40,257
4 February 2010 Portuguesa H 1 – 1 Danilo 69' 23,872
7 February 2010 Bragantino A 3 – 2 Cleiton Xavier 16', Robert 37', Lenny 89' 19,598
13 February 2010 Botafogo-SP A 1 – 1 Léo 71' 28,114
17 February 2010 São Caetano H 1 – 4 Diego Souza 64' 15,219
21 February 2010 São Paulo H 2 – 0 Robert 54', 70' 13,590
28 February 2010 Rio Claro A 0 – 1 5,892
3 March 2010 Santo André H 1 – 3 Robert 43' 3,840
8 March 2010 Sertãozinho H 3 – 2 Lenny 23', Cleiton Xavier 38', 48' 3,224
14 March 2010 Santos A 4 – 3 Robert 41', 43', 88', Diego Souza 57' 18,619
20 March 2010 Ponte Preta H 0 – 2 17,255
24 March 2010 Rio Branco A 2 – 2 Diego Souza 17', Ewerthon 34' 6,477
27 March 2010 Mirassol H 1 – 1 Robert 5' (pen.) 3,764
3 April 2010 Oeste H 0 – 0 3,603
7 April 2010 Paulista A 1 – 3 Lincoln 54' (pen.) 5,792
Pos Club Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Santos 19 15 2 2 61 24 +37 47
2 Santo André 19 11 4 4 45 27 +18 37
3 Grêmio Prudente 19 11 4 4 34 28 +6 37
4 São Paulo 19 11 3 5 41 19 +22 36
5 Corinthians 19 10 5 4 32 18 +14 35
- ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
10 Ponte Preta 19 7 4 8 25 30 -5 25
11 Palmeiras 19 6 7 6 31 32 -1 25
12 Mogi Mirim 19 7 3 9 22 35 -13 24

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Copa do Brasil[edit]

In the beginning of the year, Palmeiras appointed the Copa do Brasil as the club's primary objective of the season. Palmeiras begun the campaign in the Copa do Brasil 2010 playing against Flamengo-PI, winning comfortably in the aggregated score. In the 2nd Round, Palmeiras faced Paysandu and won both matches easily, qualifying to play against Atlético Paranaense in the Round of 16. Palmeiras won the first match by 1-0 at Palestra Itália and in the second match, drew by 1-1, winning by 2-1 in the aggregated score. In the Quarter-Finals, Palmeiras faced champions from Goiás, Atlético Goianiense and won the first match in the final minutes, from Cleiton Xavier's 94 minute penalty. A week later, Palmeiras lost by 1-0 to Atletico Goianiense in Serra Dourada, sending the decision to penalties. Although the goalkeeper, Marcos, saved three penalty kicks, Palmeiras players missed four shots and was eliminated by Atletico Goianiense by 2-1 in the penalty kicks. The elimination was a serious disappointment to Palmeiras, that tried hard to win the title and qualify to Copa Libertadores in 2011.

Date Round Opponent H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Venue Attendance
10 February 2010 Round 1 Flamengo-PI A 1 – 0 Diego Souza 69' Albertão 36,637
25 February 2010 Round 1 Flamengo-PI H 4 – 0 Robert 2' (pen.), 35', Léo 26', Edinho 74' Palestra Itália 8,532
17 March 2010 Round 2 Paysandu A 2 – 1 Lincoln 14', Ewerthon 49' Mangueirão 28,009
31 March 2010 Round 2 Paysandu H 1 – 0 Robert 60' Palestra Itália 7,406
15 April 2010 Round of 16 Atlético-PR H 1 – 0 Robert 14' Palestra Itália 20,269
21 April 2010 Round of 16 Atlético-PR A 1 – 1 Lincoln 89' Arena da Baixada 25,839
29 April 2010 Quarter-Finals Atlético-GO H 1 – 0 Cleiton Xavier 90+3' (pen.) Palestra Itália 23,892
5 May 2010 Quarter-Finals Atlético-GO A 0 – 1
(1-2 p.s.o.)
Serra Dourada 38,729

Campeonato Brasileiro[edit]

Palmeiras started the campaign in the 2010 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A playing against Vitória at home, achieving a 1–0 victory at the final minutes. In the 2nd Round, Palmeiras faced Vasco da Gama away and got a single point by a draw, in a very bad fixture by both clubs. After the draw, Palmeiras manager Antônio Carlos Zago and striker Robert, discussed with each other and both of them were dismissed by the club's direction.

The following week, the fixture was against Grêmio for the 3rd Round of the competition. Palmeiras won it easily by the score of 4–2 in a very active match by both sides. After the win Palmeiras secured the 4th position in the League table, the match will be remembered by Palmeiras as the last match played in the old home, Palestra Itália, as the stadium will be demolished for construction of the new Arena Palestra Itália. On 26 May, rival São Paulo was the next opponent for the 4th Round, the final score was of 0–1 to the Morumbi team in a very disputed game, with Palmeiras's striker, Ewerthon, losing a penalty at the 87th minute. The next match was against Grêmio Prudente at the club's former stadium, the Arena Barueri, but this time the ground was used to serve as a home match for Palmeiras, although the game wasn't bad, the final score was 0-0.

On 2 June, Palmeiras faced Flamengo playing at home again and the venue was the São Paulo municipal stadium, the Pacaembu, due to the construction of the Arena. The match was dominated by Palmeiras, but unfortunately the team failed to score again, hitting the opponents crossbar three times and conceding a goal two minutes before the end of the match, the goal was scored by Vágner Love, the club's former player. The following round saw Palmeiras face Internacional away from home and Palmeiras managed to score with Lincoln in the beginning of the first half, after that Inter equalized and the game finished 1–1.

This was the last match of the Série A before the FIFA World Cup, stopping the league in the seventh round and Palmeiras in the mid-table position. During the pause for the World Cup, Jorge Parraga, the team's interim manager was replaced by Luiz Felipe Scolari, who previously managed Palmeiras from 1997 to 2000, winning the Copa do Brasil and the Libertadores. Scolari agreed to manage the team even with proposal from other four Brazilian clubs.

The league continued on 15 July and Palmeiras faced State rivals, Santos FC, in the eighth round with some new players in the squad, such as the forwards Tadeu and Kléber, a club's former player and idol, and the midfielder Tinga who scored the winner in the second half. The match finished 2–1 for Palmeiras. Avaí was the next opponent, the match saw Palmeiras equalize with the home team at 2–2 in the beginning of the second half with Kléber, but Avaí scored two late goals to win a pretty two-sided match. In the league's 10th round, Palmeiras played against Botafogo and was winning the match until the middle of the second half by 2–0, when Marcos Assunção committed a tough foul and was dismissed, after the dismissal the club from Rio de Janeiro reacted and equalized in the final minutes. The following week, Palmeiras faced Ceará the league's 2nd placed, away from home, the match was good but the ball didn't cross the line in any of the both halves, the final result wasn't bad for Palmeiras, that stopped in the 10th place of the Série A.

After the end of the round, Palmeiras signed former Chilean idol, Jorge Valdivia, for 5 years from the Arabian side Al Ain. The signing of Valdivia left the club and especially the fans really glad. In the beginning of the 12th round, Palmeiras faced old rivals Corinthians, in the so-called Paulista Derby, and drew at home by 1–1. Although the bad result, Palmeiras attacked Corinthians almost every time in the match. Jorge Henrique scored for Corinthians at the 11th minute and Edinho equalized for Palmeiras at the 33rd minute, after that, Palmeiras scored three times, with Ewerthon twice and with Lincoln, but the referee pointed off-side in all of them.

For the League's 13th Round, Palmeiras drew with Goiás away from home by the score of 1–1. Ewerthon opened the score after just 12 minutes from the beginning with a long range shot. Palmeiras played extremely well during the first half, but in the second half, the team didn't make a good appearance, trying to hold a 1–0 lead until the end, when a dubious foul was committed by Palmeiras defence, and after the kick, Goiás drew with a header from Amaral. The result was disappointing for the team who was almost certain to win 3 points in the league. Despite of the bad result, the team continued 11th in the table awaiting the return of some important players to the squad. In the following round, Palmeiras won the match against Atlético-PR by 2–0 in a very good appearance from all the players.

On 22 August, the team faced Guarani in Campinas. The match was marked by the return of Palmeiras chilean idol, Jorge Valdivia, who came as a substitute in the second half, in the end both teams played well and the score ended 0–0. In the 16th round of the Série A, Palmeiras lost by a surprising 3–0 against the league's last placed team at home. The match was a terrifying display from the home players who could not stop Atlético-GO. After the game, manager Scolari stated that Palmeiras still needed to fix the squad for the following matches. On 29 August, after some hard training determination from the players, Palmeiras took on Atlético Mineiro in Ipatinga instead of Belo Horizonte, because of the reconstruction of the Mineirão stadium for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and begun losing by 1–0 after an early second half goal by Neto Berola chiping the ball past goalkeeper Marcos, but equalised with Marcos Assunção minutes later. At the end Kléber turned the score for the away team, who deserved the 3 points after a well played match with many goal chances being created. Palmeiras reached the 9th position of the league table after the triumph.

After the victory over Atlético Mineiro, the clube saw colombian left wingback, Pablo Armero, leave to join Udinese from Italy.

At midweek, Palmeiras faced Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro, the League's 1st placed team. After conceding a goal from Emerson in the 15th minute and playing a reasonable first half, Palmeiras was better in the second half and managed to equalise with Ewerthon at the 93rd minute. Palmeiras lost its next match, played against Cruzeiro in Pacaembu, where the team started winning by 2–0 after a great first half, but suffered 3 dramatic goals in the second period, the last of them was scored from an irregular position in the 85th minute. On 8 September, Palmeiras drew with Vitória in Salvador, with substitute Tadeu scoring for the away team in the second half. The match was the first of the second part of the Série A, the 20th Round.

The 21st Round saw Palmeiras face Vasco da Gama at home. The match was equal for both sides with Palmeiras making most of the shots in the game. At the end it was a goalless draw. The next match was played against Grêmio in Porto Alegre, Palmeiras dominated the rival for most of the match and scored with Marcos Assunção, from a free kick, and with a header by Ewerthon after a cross from the scorer himself. Grêmio scored with Jonas in the stoppage time after a corner kick, but Palmeiras secured 3 points. After the win Palmeiras was awaited by the Choque-Rei derby with São Paulo on the next Sunday. The 1st half of the match was bad for both teams, but in the second half São Paulo scored from two counterattacks, in the first one the new boy, Lucas, made a wonderful finish past Deola and the second was a great assist from the boy to Fernandão make 2–0. Palmeiras was unlucky in the 2nd half, where the team almost scored 4 times.

Date Opponent H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Venue Attendance
8 May 2010 Vitória H 1 – 0 Lincoln 78' Palestra Itália 16,114
16 May 2010 Vasco A 0 – 0 São Januário 11,236
22 May 2010 Grêmio H 4 – 2 Ewerthon 16', 29', Maurício Ramos 61', Cleiton Xavier 70' Palestra Itália 18,365
26 May 2010 São Paulo A 0 – 1 Morumbi 15,522
29 May 2010 Prudente H 0 – 0 Arena Barueri 7,093
2 June 2010 Flamengo H 0 – 1 Pacaembu 8,457
6 June 2010 Internacional A 1 – 1 Lincoln 14' Beira-Rio 11,743
15 July 2010 Santos H 2 – 1 Ewerthon 12', Tinga 66' Pacaembu 20,109
18 July 2010 Avaí A 2 – 4 Gabriel Silva 11', Kleber 54' (pen.) Ressacada 10,482
22 July 2010 Botafogo H 2 – 2 Marcos Assunção 46', Kleber 57' Pacaembu 12,882
25 July 2010 Ceará A 0 – 0 Castelão 19,212
1 August 2010 Corinthians H 1 – 1 Edinho 33' Pacaembu 24,491
8 August 2010 Goiás A 1 – 1 Ewerthon 12' Serra Dourada 13,168
14 August 2010 Atlético-PR H 2 – 0 Danilo 3', Ewerthon 76' Pacaembu 13,074
22 August 2010 Guarani A 0 – 0 Brinco de Ouro 19,809
26 August 2010 Atlético-GO H 0 – 3 Pacaembu 13,522
29 August 2010 Atlético Mineiro A 2 – 1 Marcos Assunção 66', Kleber 76' Ipatingão 11,120
1 September 2010 Fluminense A 1 – 1 Ewerthon 90+3' Maracanã 19,365
5 September 2010 Cruzeiro H 2 – 3 Kleber 35' (pen.), Maurício Ramos 38' Pacaembu 21,560
8 September 2010 Vitória A 1 – 1 Tadeu 71' Barradão 12,283
12 September 2010 Vasco H 0 – 0 Pacaembu 16,976
15 September 2010 Grêmio A 2 – 1 Marcos Assunção 14', Ewerthon 47' Olímpico 21,204
19 September 2010 São Paulo H 0 – 2 Pacaembu 18,109
22 September 2010 Prudente A 1 – 0 Márcio Araújo 60' Prudentão 13,920
25 September 2010 Flamengo A 3 – 1 Kleber 19' (pen.), 31', Lincoln 89' Engenhão 9,894
29 September 2010 Internacional H 2 – 0 Marcos Assunção 31', 58' Arena Barueri 12,264
2 October 2010 Santos A 1 – 1 Kleber 20' Vila Belmiro 8,900
7 October 2010 Avaí H 4 – 1 Valdívia 11', 49', Kleber 58' (pen.), Gabriel Silva 70' Pacaembu 6,306
10 October 2010 Botafogo A 0 – 0 Engenhão 9,950
17 October 2010 Ceará H 1 – 1 Marcos Assunção 45' Arena Barueri 8,257
24 October 2010 Corinthians A 0 – 1 Pacaembu 35,035
30 October 2010 Goiás H 3 – 2 Tinga 21', Márcio Araújo 80', Dinei 86' Arena Barueri 5,811
4 November 2010 Atlético-PR A 0 – 1 Arena da Baixada 19,749
7 November 2010 Guarani H 1 – 0 Leandro Amaro 41' Arena Barueri 3,154
14 November 2010 Atlético-GO A 0 – 3 Serra Dourada 10,283
21 November 2010 Atlético Mineiro H 0 – 2 Fonte Luminosa 6,794
28 November 2010 Fluminense H 1 – 2 Dinei 4' Arena Barueri 11,291
5 December 2010 Cruzeiro A 1 – 2 Rivaldo 53' Arena do Jacaré 16,191
Pos Club Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Fluminense 38 20 11 7 62 36 +26 71
2 Cruzeiro 38 20 9 9 53 38 +15 69
3 Corinthians 38 19 11 8 65 41 +24 68
4 Grêmio 38 17 12 9 68 43 +25 63
5 Atlético Paranaense 38 17 9 12 43 45 -2 60
- ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
9 São Paulo 38 15 10 13 54 54 0 55
10 Palmeiras 38 12 14 12 42 43 -1 50
11 Vasco da Gama 38 11 16 11 43 45 -2 49

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Copa Sul-Americana[edit]

After the disappointing performance in the 2009 Série A, when Palmeiras almost won the league and after some bad results in the end of the championship, finished in 5th qualifying only to the Copa Sudamericana and not to the major South American tournament, the Copa Libertadores, the team started the competition playing against Brazilian rivals, Vitória in Salvador. Palmeiras played well but couldn't stop Vitória from scoring two goals, one of them a good free-kick by Ramon, the club's captain, and the other in the stoppage time. The final result was not good, because the team had to win by a 3-goal margin to qualify to the Round of 16, or face the penalties if a 2-goal win happened to come. The 2nd leg in São Paulo, saw a marvelous 3-0 win with very good performances from the whole squad, mainly from Tadeu, who scored twice and Marcos Assunção who commanded the team's victory with an outstanding match and a beautiful free-kick goal from 35 meters in the dying minutes, assuring a qualification to the next round with the aggregat score of 3-2.

Date Round Opponent H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Venue Attendance
11 August 2010 Round 2 Vitória A 0 – 2 Barradão 8,527
19 August 2010 Round 2 Vitória H 3 – 0 Tadeu 12', 45+2', Marcos Assunção 88' Pacaembu 22,408
14 October 2010 Round of 16 Universitario Sucre A 1 – 0 Marcos Assunção 26' Olímpico Patria 11,729
20 October 2010 Round of 16 Universitario Sucre H 3 – 1 Kleber 11', Luan 27', Danilo 69' Arena Barueri 10,741
27 October 2010 Quarter-Finals Atlético Mineiro A 1 – 1 Kleber 54' Arena do Jacaré 11,542
10 November 2010 Quarter-Finals Atlético Mineiro H 2 – 0 Marcos Assunção 26', Luan 78' Pacaembu 35,054
17 November 2010 Semi-Finals Goiás A 1 – 0 Marcos Assunção 48' Serra Dourada 14,129
24 November 2010 Semi-Finals Goiás H 1 – 2 Luan 33' Pacaembu 34,926

Overall[edit]

Games played 73 (19 Campeonato Paulista, 8 Copa do Brasil, 8 Copa Sudamericana, 38 Campeonato Brasileiro)
Games won 29 (6 Campeonato Paulista, 6 Copa do Brasil, 5 Copa Sudamericana, 12 Campeonato Brasileiro)
Games drawn 23 (7 Campeonato Paulista, 1 Copa do Brasil, 1 Copa Sudamericana, 14 Campeonato Brasileiro)
Games lost 21 (6 Campeonato Paulista, 1 Copa do Brasil, 2 Copa Sudamericana, 12 Campeonato Brasileiro)
Goals scored 96
Goals conceded 82
Goal difference +14
Best result 5 - 1 (H) vs. Mogi Mirim - Campeonato Paulista - 16 January 2010
Worst result 0 - 3 (H) vs. Atlético Goianiense - Série A - 26 August 2010
Most Appearances Márcio Araújo (64 appearances)
Yellow cards 128
Red cards 10
Worst discipline Pierre (16 Yellow card, 2 Red card)
Top scorer Robert (14 goals)

Source: SE Palmeiras

As of 5 December 2010

Players[edit]

Squad information[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Brazil GK Bruno
3 Brazil MF Edinho
4 Brazil DF Fabrício
5 Brazil MF Pierre
8 Brazil MF Márcio Araújo
10 Chile MF Jorge Valdívia
11 Brazil MF Rivaldo
12 Brazil GK Marcos (captain)
14 Brazil DF Vítor
15 Brazil DF Maurício Ramos
17 Brazil MF Tinga
18 Brazil MF João Arthur
19 Brazil FW Lenny
20 Brazil FW Tadeu
21 Brazil FW Luan
22 Brazil GK Deola
23 Brazil DF Danilo
25 Brazil FW Vinícius
No. Position Player
26 Brazil MF Jean
28 Brazil MF Marcos Assunção
29 Brazil FW Dinei
30 Brazil FW Kleber (vice-captain)
32 Brazil DF Luís Felipe
33 Brazil DF Gualberto
34 Brazil DF Gabriel Silva
35 Brazil MF Anselmo
36 Brazil DF Leandro Amaro
38 Brazil MF Bruno Turco
40 Brazil FW Patrik
45 Brazil GK Carlos
46 Brazil GK Raphael Alemão
56 Brazil FW Paulo Henrique
77 Brazil FW Bruno Oliveira
88 Brazil FW Ewerthon
99 Brazil MF Lincoln

Sul-Americana squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Brazil GK Bruno
2 Brazil DF Vítor
3 Brazil MF Edinho
4 Brazil DF Fabrício
5 Brazil MF Pierre
6 Brazil FW Dinei
7 Brazil FW Ewerthon
8 Brazil MF Márcio Araújo
9 Brazil FW Kleber (vice-captain)
10 Brazil DF Gabriel Silva
11 Brazil MF Lincoln
12 Brazil GK Marcos (captain)
13 Brazil DF Leandro Amaro
No. Position Player
14 Chile MF Jorge Valdívia
15 Brazil DF Maurício Ramos
16 Brazil MF Rivaldo
17 Brazil MF Tinga
18 Brazil FW Patrik
19 Brazil MF Marcos Assunção
20 Brazil FW Tadeu
21 Brazil FW Luan
22 Brazil GK Deola
23 Brazil DF Danilo
24 Brazil GK Raphael
25 Brazil FW Vinícius

Squad statistics[edit]

No. Pos. Name League State Championship Brazilian Cup South America Total Discipline
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Yellow card.svg Red card.svg
1 GK Brazil Bruno 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0
3 DM Brazil Edinho 30 1 14 (1) 0 8 1 7 0 59 (1) 2 18 0
4 CB Brazil Fabrício 15 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 3 (1) 0 18 (2) 0 3 0
5 DM Brazil Pierre 21 (6) 0 17 0 6 (1) 0 2 (4) 0 46 (11) 0 16 2
8 CM Brazil Márcio Araújo 33 2 15 (1) 0 6 (1) 0 8 0 62 (2) 2 8 0
10 AM Chile Jorge Valdívia 10 (5) 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 14 (5) 2 6 0
11 LM Brazil Rivaldo 18 (2) 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 21 (2) 1 1 0
12 GK Brazil Marcos (c) 13 0 17 0 6 0 1 0 37 0 1 0
13 DM Brazil Fernando 2 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 (1) 0 0 0
14 RB Brazil Vítor 26 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 27 (1) 0 3 0
15 CB Brazil Maurício Ramos 26 (1) 2 2 (1) 0 1 0 6 0 35 (2) 2 9 0
17 CM Brazil Tinga 15 (9) 2 0 0 0 0 7 (1) 0 22 (10) 2 3 0
18 LM Brazil João Arthur 0 0 2 (2) 0 0 (1) 0 0 0 2 (3) 0 0 0
19 ST Brazil Lenny 0 (2) 0 6 (2) 2 1 (1) 0 0 0 7 (5) 2 0 0
20 CF Brazil Tadeu 4 (9) 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 6 (9) 3 3 1
21 DM Brazil Souza 0 (2) 0 3 (1) 0 0 (2) 0 0 0 3 (5) 0 2 0
21 LW Brazil Luan 9 (4) 0 0 0 0 0 6 (1) 3 15 (5) 3 5 0
22 GK Brazil Deola 21 (1) 0 2 0 2 0 7 0 32 (1) 0 1 0
23 CB Brazil Danilo 28 1 16 1 8 0 8 1 60 3 9 1
25 ST Brazil Vinícius 4 (8) 0 2 (2) 0 0 (1) 0 0 0 6 (11) 0 3 0
26 AM Brazil Jean 0 (3) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (3) 0 0 0
28 CM Brazil Marcos Assunção 25 (3) 6 0 0 2 0 7 4 34 (3) 10 8 3
29 CF Brazil Dinei 7 (3) 2 0 0 0 0 0 (3) 0 7 (6) 2 1 0
30 ST Brazil Kleber (vc) 22 8 0 0 0 0 6 2 28 10 10 1
32 CF Brazil Max 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (1) 0 0 (1) 0 0 0
32 RB Brazil Luís Felipe 2 (3) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 (3) 0 0 0
33 CB Brazil Gualberto 2 0 2 (3) 0 0 0 0 0 4 (3) 0 4 2
34 LB Brazil Gabriel Silva 15 (2) 2 3 (1) 0 0 0 6 0 24 (3) 2 6 0
35 DM Brazil Anselmo 0 0 1 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 1 (1) 0 0 0
36 CB Brazil Leandro Amaro 5 (1) 1 0 0 0 0 0 (2) 0 5 (3) 1 1 0
37 LM Brazil Ivo 0 (2) 0 3 (5) 0 1 (2) 0 0 0 4 (9) 0 0 0
38 DM Brazil Bruno Turco 1 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 (1) 0 0 0
40 ST Brazil Patrik 6 (13) 0 0 0 0 0 0 (2) 0 6 (15) 0 4 0
45 GK Brazil Carlos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
56 ST Brazil Paulo Henrique 0 (5) 0 0 0 0 (2) 0 0 0 0 (7) 0 0 0
77 ST Brazil Bruno Oliveira 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
88 ST Brazil Ewerthon 19 (6) 7 3 (1) 1 1 (4) 1 1 (2) 0 24 (13) 9 2 0
99 AM Brazil Lincoln 14 (5) 3 1 (2) 1 5 2 2 (3) 0 22 (10) 6 3 0

Note: Apps - Starting appearance (Substitute appearance)

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

No. Pos. Name From Date
23 CB Brazil Danilo Brazil Atlético Paranaense 5 January 2010
8 CM Brazil Márcio Araújo Brazil Atlético Mineiro 5 January 2010
2 FB Brazil Eduardo Brazil Guarani 5 January 2010
4 CB Brazil Léo Brazil Grêmio 5 January 2010
3 DM Brazil Edinho Italy Lecce 10 January 2010
16 AM Brazil William Brazil Vitória 10 January 2010
99 AM Brazil Lincoln Turkey Galatasaray 12 March 2010
88 ST Brazil Ewerthon Spain Real Zaragoza 12 March 2010
37 LM Brazil Ivo Brazil Juventude 15 March 2010
14 RB Brazil Vítor Brazil Goiás 25 March 2010
56 ST Brazil Paulo Henrique Netherlands Heerenveen 30 March 2010
28 CM Brazil Marcos Assunção Brazil Grêmio Prudente 25 April 2010
36 CB Brazil Leandro Amaro Brazil Botafogo-SP 27 April 2010
30 ST Brazil Kleber Brazil Cruzeiro 4 June 2010
20 CF Brazil Tadeu Brazil Grêmio Prudente 16 June 2010
17 CM Brazil Tinga Brazil Ponte Preta 7 July 2010
10 AM Chile Jorge Valdívia United Arab Emirates Al Ain 27 July 2010
11 DM Brazil Rivaldo Brazil Avaí 28 July 2010
4 CB Brazil Fabrício Brazil Flamengo 30 July 2010
32 CF Brazil Max Brazil Paraná 9 August 2010

Out[edit]

No. Pos. Name To Date
3 DM Brazil Edmílson Spain Real Zaragoza 5 January 2010
9 CF Brazil Vágner Love Brazil Flamengo 5 January 2010
33 CB Brazil Maurício Brazil Grêmio 5 January 2010
28 CF Brazil Obina Brazil Flamengo 5 January 2010
18 DM Brazil Jumar Brazil Vasco da Gama 5 January 2010
30 ST Paraguay José Ortigoza Paraguay Sol de América 5 January 2010
8 RW Brazil Willians Brazil Fluminense 5 January 2010
13 CB Brazil Marcão Brazil Goiás 5 January 2010
34 LB Brazil Jefferson Brazil Grêmio Prudente 5 January 2010
27 AM Brazil Felipe Brazil Rio Branco 5 January 2010
20 CF Brazil Robert Mexico Monterrey 19 May 2010
31 ST Brazil Bruno Paulo Brazil Vasco da Gama 14 June 2010
7 AM Brazil Diego Souza Brazil Atlético Mineiro 30 June 2010
11 LW Brazil Marquinhos Brazil Flamengo 9 July 2010
10 AM Brazil Cleiton Xavier Ukraine Metalist 14 July 2010
77 RB Chile Luis Figueroa Chile Unión Española 20 July 2010
2 FB Brazil Eduardo Brazil Vitória 6 August 2010
4 CB Brazil Léo Brazil Cruzeiro 13 August 2010
6 LB Colombia Pablo Armero Italy Udinese 28 August 2010
56 ST Brazil Paulo Henrique Released 30 August 2010

Loaned in[edit]

No. Pos. Name To Date End of Loan
21 LW Brazil Luan France Toulouse 4 August 2010 31 July 2011
29 CF Brazil Dinei Brazil Atlético Paranaense 17 September 2010 31 December 2010

Loaned out[edit]

No. Pos. Name To Date End of Loan
26 AM Brazil Deyvid Sacconi Brazil Goiás 25 March 2010 16 June 2010
29 ST Brazil Daniel Lovinho Brazil Goiás 25 March 2010 7 July 2010
16 AM Brazil William Brazil Goiás 25 March 2010 31 December 2010
17 RB Brazil Wendel Brazil Goiás 25 March 2010 31 December 2010
29 ST Brazil Daniel Lovinho Brazil Ponte Preta 7 July 2010 31 December 2010
21 DM Brazil Souza Brazil Ponte Preta 7 July 2010 31 December 2010
37 LM Brazil Ivo Brazil Ponte Preta 7 July 2010 31 December 2010
26 AM Brazil Deyvid Sacconi Brazil Grêmio Prudente 16 June 2010 31 December 2010
32 CF Brazil Max Brazil Náutico 17 September 2010 31 December 2010

Scorers[edit]

Position Nation Playing position Name Campeonato Paulista Copa do Brasil Campeonato Brasileiro Copa Sul-Americana Total
1 Brazil FW Robert 10 4 0 0 14
2 Brazil FW Kleber 0 0 8 2 10
= Brazil MF Marcos Assunção 0 0 6 4 10
3 Brazil FW Ewerthon 1 1 7 0 9
4 Brazil MF Diego Souza 7 1 0 0 8
5 Brazil MF Cleiton Xavier 5 1 1 0 7
6 Brazil MF Lincoln 1 2 3 0 6
7 Brazil FW Luan 0 0 0 3 3
= Brazil FW Tadeu 0 0 1 2 3
= Brazil DF Danilo 1 0 1 1 3
= Brazil DF Léo 2 1 0 0 3
8 Brazil FW Dinei 0 0 2 0 2
= Chile MF Jorge Valdívia 0 0 2 0 2
= Brazil MF Tinga 0 0 2 0 2
= Brazil FW Lenny 2 0 0 0 2
= Brazil MF Edinho 0 1 1 0 2
= Brazil MF Márcio Araújo 0 0 2 0 2
= Brazil DF Maurício Ramos 0 0 2 0 2
= Brazil DF Gabriel Silva 0 0 2 0 2
= Brazil MF Deyvid Sacconi 2 0 0 0 2
9 Brazil MF Rivaldo 0 0 1 0 1
= Brazil DF Leandro Amaro 0 0 1 0 1
/ / / Own goals 0 0 0 0 0
Total 31 11 42 12 96

Clean sheets[edit]

Position Nation Playing position Name Campeonato Paulista Copa do Brasil Campeonato Brasileiro Copa Sul-Americana Total
1 Brazil GK Marcos 3 3 5 1 12
2 Brazil GK Deola 0 2 5 3 10
3 Brazil GK Bruno 0 0 1 0 1
Total 3 5 11 4 23

Club[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Manager Brazil Muricy Ramalho
(until 18 February 2010)
Brazil Antônio Carlos Zago
(until 18 May 2010)
Brazil Jorge Parraga
(interim manager - until 13 June 2010)
Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari
Assistant managers Brazil Flávio Murtosa
Brazil Valdir Moraes
First team fitness coach Brazil Anselmo Sbragia
Brazil Darlan Schneider
Goalkeeping coach Brazil Fernando Miranda
Brazil Carlos Pracidelli
Head scout Brazil Marcos Aurélio Galeano
Club doctors Brazil Dr. Rubens Sampaio
Brazil Dr. Vinicius Martins
Brazil Dr. Otávio Vilhena
Reserve team manager Brazil Jorge Parraga
Physiologist Brazil Paulo Zogaib
Physiotherapists Brazil José Rosan
Brazil João Carlos Ferreira
Nutritionist Brazil Alessandra Favano

Last updated: 18 July 2010
Source: SE Palmeiras


(Portuguese)

Other information[edit]

Chairman Brazil Luiz Gonzaga de Mello Belluzzo
Vice President Brazil Gilberto Cipullo
Managing Director Brazil Wlademir Pescarmona
Chief financial officer Brazil Antonio José Joiozo
Ground (capacity and dimensions) Palestra Itália (27,650 / 110x75 meters)
Ground (capacity and dimensions) Pacaembu (37,952 / 104x70 meters)
Ground (capacity and dimensions) Arena Barueri (35,000 / 112x70 meters)

Last updated: 18 July 2010
Source: SE Palmeiras

(Portuguese)

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