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In Pictures: Brazilian footballers in the UAE

January 30, 2014

Ciel, of Al Ahli. Christopher Pike / The National
Ciel, of Al Ahli. Christopher Pike / The National
Grafite, of Al Ahli. Jeffrey E Biteng / The National
Grafite, of Al Ahli. Jeffrey E Biteng / The National
Ze Carlos, of Sharjah. Pawan Singh / The National
Ze Carlos, of Sharjah. Pawan Singh / The National
Rogerio (No 90), of Al Dhafra. Pawan Singh / The National
Rogerio (No 90), of Al Dhafra. Pawan Singh / The National
Leonardo Lima, of Al Nasr. Antonie Robertson / The National
Leonardo Lima, of Al Nasr. Antonie Robertson / The National
Jucilei da Silva, of Al Jazira. Photo by Al Jazira FC
Jucilei da Silva, of Al Jazira. Photo by Al Jazira FC
Fellype Gabriel, of Sharjah. Ravindranath K / The National
Fellype Gabriel, of Sharjah. Ravindranath K / The National
Mauricio Ramos, of Sharjah. Ravindranath K / The National
Mauricio Ramos, of Sharjah. Ravindranath K / The National
Eder, of Al Nasr. Sarah Dea / The National
Eder, of Al Nasr. Sarah Dea / The National
Wanderley, right, of Emirates. Antonie Robertson / The National
Wanderley, right, of Emirates. Antonie Robertson / The National
Ricardo Oliveira, then of Al Jazira, now of Al Wasl. Ravindranath K / The National
Ricardo Oliveira, then of Al Jazira, now of Al Wasl. Ravindranath K / The National
Edgar Bruno, of Al Shabab. Delores Johnson / The National
Edgar Bruno, of Al Shabab. Delores Johnson / The National
Jair, of Emirates. Antonie Robertson / The National
Jair, of Emirates. Antonie Robertson / The National
Luiz da Silva, of Emirates. Antonie Robertson / The National
Luiz da Silva, of Emirates. Antonie Robertson / The National

Fifa released a report on Wednesday that revealed Brazilians are the most-transferred footballers in the world. The UAE was the third-leading importer of Brazilians in 2013, with 34 moving in and out of the Arabian Gulf League. There are still 14 Brazilians currently employed by AGL clubs.