Cadete

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  • Following his release from Benfica, Cadete found himself without a club.
  • Cadete's transfer to Celtic turned out to be controversial.
  • Cadete returned to his country in the 2004-05 campaign, joining third division's C.D. Pinhalnovense.
  • At the start of 2003-04 season, aged 35, Cadete decided to return to active.
  • The front is, as of 2011, lead by El Cadete.
  • The club's most high-profile player was former Portuguese international Jorge Cadete, who spent the 2004-05 season there before retiring.
  • Farry was forced to leave that post due to a dispute with Celtic over the registration of Portuguese player Jorge Cadete.
  • Celtic manager Tommy Burns made way for new coach Wim Jansen, and Cadete remained a Celtic player throughout the season.
  • The following season, in the same capacity, he was promoted to the Cadete B. In 2011 he received his first head coaching assignment, returning to the Infantil.
  • Despite Van Hooijdonk, Cadete and Di Canio having outstanding seasons as individual players, Celtic struggled to match the form of the previous season.
  • After retiring in June 2006 Pellegrino stayed connected with Valencia, coaching its Cadete-B (youth team).
  • El cadete, teniente ya, se fue a la guerra de Italia. Cited from El Comendador Mendoza, by Juan Valera
  • Towards the end of his Sporting spell Cadete was also loaned, now to Italy's Brescia Calcio in November 1994.
  • Cadete gained 33 caps for the Portuguese national team scoring five goals, 22 while at Sporting, nine while at Celtic and two as a Celta player.
  • Cadete made his debut for the Jags on 22 February against former club Celtic, and received a mixed reception, with jeers from some Celtic fans as he came off the bench due to the manner of his departure six years earlier.
  • Cadete amassed Primeira Liga totals of 233 games and 73 goals over the course of 12 seasons.
  • On 30 December 1788 he was given the office of "Cadete supernumerario" in the royal palace and in May 1789 he was promoted to the rank of colonel.
  • El resto de su vida le paso recordando al cadete, permaneciendo fiel a su memoria y llorandole a veces. Cited from El Comendador Mendoza, by Juan Valera
  • The delay resulted in Cadete missing several matches for Celtic he could have played in, in particular a Scottish Cup semi-final tie against Rangers which Celtic lost 2-1.
  • A delay in the registration had forced Cadete to miss a Scottish Cup semi-final against their Old Firm rivals Rangers, which Celtic lost 2-1.
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