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Ewerthon Henrique de Souza (born 10 June 1981 in São Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian international football player who plays for Terek Grozny. His position is forward or winger. He is best known for his pace, trickery and superb long shots.



Ewerthon began his career at Brazilian club Corinthians in 1999, where he made thirteen appearances in two seasons, scoring three times. In both of his two seasons at the club they won the Brazilian Championship and in 2000 he helped them win the FIFA Club World Championship. Despite his young age he impressed many fans and pundits of Brazil and attracted European clubs. Borussia Dortmund were one of the clubs chasing his signature, and in 2001 he signed for the club.

Borussia Dortmund

His time at Westfalenstadion was very successful. In four seasons he played 156 games and scored an impressive 59 goals. He also gained Champions League experience at the club. In 2002 his goals helped the club secure the Bundesliga title for the sixth time in their history. His good performances were recognised by the Brazilian national side and during his four seasons as a Borussia player he appeared seven times for Brazil, without scoring, between July 2001 and July 2003.

Real Zaragoza

His spell in German football was ended with a move to Spanish side Real Zaragoza on 13 July 2005. He looked good in his first season in Spanish football, as he appeared thirty-seven times, scoring twelve goals. This left him the clubs second...
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