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Sylvio Mendes Campos Júnior (born 12 April 1974), commonly known as Sylvinho (sometimes alternatively spelled Silvinho), is a Brazilian football manager and former player who played as a left back. Having begun his career at Corinthians, he was signed by Arsenal of the Premier League in 1999, and was a popular player in his two seasons at the club. He left for Celta Vigo of La Liga, before joining FC Barcelona in 2004, with whom he won the UEFA Champions League in 2006 and 2009 among other honours. He returned to England to spend his final season as a player with Manchester City in 2009–10.

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  • Sylvio Mendes Campos Júnior (born 12 April 1974), commonly known as Sylvinho (sometimes alternatively spelled Silvinho), is a Brazilian football manager and former player who played as a left back. Having begun his career at Corinthians, he was signed by Arsenal of the Premier League in 1999, and was a popular player in his two seasons at the club. He left for Celta Vigo of La Liga, before joining FC Barcelona in 2004, with whom he won the UEFA Champions League in 2006 and 2009 among other honours. He returned to England to spend his final season as a player with Manchester City in 2009–10.
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  • Sylvio Mendes Campos Júnior (born 12 April 1974), commonly known as Sylvinho (sometimes alternatively spelled Silvinho), is a Brazilian football manager and former player who played as a left back. Having begun his career at Corinthians, he was signed by Arsenal of the Premier League in 1999, and was a popular player in his two seasons at the club. He left for Celta Vigo of La Liga, before joining FC Barcelona in 2004, with whom he won the UEFA Champions League in 2006 and 2009 among other honours. He returned to England to spend his final season as a player with Manchester City in 2009–10.
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