Eliseu Pereira dos Santos ComM (born 1 October 1983), known simply as Eliseu (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɛliˈzeu]), is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays either as a left back or left winger. After starting out at Belenenses, he went on to spend most of his career with Málaga after signing in 2007, appearing in 224 official games and scoring 27 goals in two separate spells. In 2014 he signed with Benfica, with whom he won three consecutive Primeira Liga titles among other major trophies during four seasons.

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  • Eliseu Pereira dos Santos ComM (born 1 October 1983), known simply as Eliseu (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɛliˈzeu]), is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays either as a left back or left winger. After starting out at Belenenses, he went on to spend most of his career with Málaga after signing in 2007, appearing in 224 official games and scoring 27 goals in two separate spells. In 2014 he signed with Benfica, with whom he won three consecutive Primeira Liga titles among other major trophies during four seasons. A full international since 2009, Eliseu was part of the Portuguese squad that won Euro 2016. (en)
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  • Eliseu Pereira dos Santos ComM (born 1 October 1983), known simply as Eliseu (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɛliˈzeu]), is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays either as a left back or left winger. After starting out at Belenenses, he went on to spend most of his career with Málaga after signing in 2007, appearing in 224 official games and scoring 27 goals in two separate spells. In 2014 he signed with Benfica, with whom he won three consecutive Primeira Liga titles among other major trophies during four seasons. (en)
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