Jose Kleberson Profile

Jose Kle­ber­son made his Pre­mier Lea­gue de­but for Man­chester Uni­ted in a 1-0 win over new­ly pro­moted Wolver­hampton Wan­derers at Old Traf­ford on the 27th of Au­gust 2003 and went on to win the FA Cup dur­ing his fir­st sea­son wi­th the club. Un­for­tu­nately, Kleberson´s Man­chester Uni­ted ca­reer was ham­pered by in­jur­ies, and he on­ly ma­naged to make 20 Pre­mier Lea­gue ap­pear­ances for The Reds whi­le at Old Traf­ford. At the end of the 2004-05 sea­son, it be­came quite clear to every­one that the in­jury prone So­uth Amer­ic­an was not part of Sir Al­ex Ferguson´s long term plans, and the cent­ral mid­fielder mo­ved to Be­siktas of Istan­bul where he played in 45 Turk­ish Su­per Lea­gue mat­ches for The Black and Whi­tes be­fore he de­cided to join Campe­onato Brasileiro Serie A si­de Fla­mengo on the 27th of Septem­ber 2007. The Brazili­an la­ter ap­peared for At­letico Paran­aense, Bahia, Phil­adelphia Uni­on, In­dy El­ev­en, and fi­nally Fort Laud­er­dale Stri­kers. An in­ter­na­tion­al for Brazil, Kle­ber­son notched up 32 seni­or ap­pear­ances for his coun­try af­ter ma­king his full de­but in a 6-0 friendly vic­tory over old rivals Bolivia at Es­ta­dio Serra Dourada on the 31st of Jan­uary 2002. Jose Kle­ber­son Play­ing Ca­reer: At­letico Paran­aense, Man­chester Uni­ted, Be­siktas, Fla­mengo, At­letico Paran­aense, Bahia, Phil­adelphia Uni­on, In­dy El­ev­en, Fort Laud­er­dale Stri­kers. Man­aging Ca­reer: Phil­adelphia Uni­on Academy.


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