|Surname||Guilherme Ferreira Pinto|
|birthday||April 7, 1992|
|place of birth||Rio de Janeiro , Brazil|
|2001-2011||Flamengo Rio de Janeiro|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|2010-2015||Flamengo Rio de Janeiro||74 (4)|
|2013||→ São Paulo FC (loan)||5 (0)|
|2015||→ Coritiba FC (loan)||54 (4)|
|2016||Coritiba FC||4 (1)|
|2016–||Gremio Porto Alegre||11 (1)|
|2017||Atlético Goianiense||11 (0)|
|2017||AA Ponte Preta||4 (0)|
|2017||Londrina EC||13 (2)|
|2018–||Gyeongnam FC||47 (5)|
|2011||Brazil U20||7 (0)|
1 Only league games are given.
Status: end of season 2019
Negueba began his career with Flamengo Rio de Janeiro . Here the player also made the leap into the professional squad. On November 7, 2010 he was in the starting line-up in the Série A game against Athletico Paranaense and played until the 59th minute. The first goal of his professional career he scored on February 6, 2011 in the state championship of Rio de Janeiro against Boavista SC . His first appearance at international club level was in the 2011 Copa Sudamericana . In the game against Athletico Paranaense on August 25, Negueba played through from the start.
In September 2012 it was announced that FLA will loan Negueba to São Paulo FC for 2013 . Shortly after his arrival, he suffered an injury that left him out for a long time.
After a stopover at Coritiba FC , Grêmio Porto Alegre Negueba exchanged for Edimo Ferreira Campos in June 2016 . Negueba received a four-year contract with Gremio. He was released at the end of the 2016 season. The Atlético Goianiense took Negueba then free transfer in 2017 under contract. For the 2017 championship round , Negueba already changed clubs again. His new employer was the AA Ponte Preta . Here, too, his contract was prematurely terminated during the current season. After a month without a job, the Londrina EC signed him up in September 2017.
With the Brazilian U20 team, Negueba took part in the 2011 U-20 World Cup. He played all seven games in which, however, he did not score a goal. At the end of the tournament, the team was able to celebrate the title.
- Campeonato Carioca : 2011, 2014
U-20 national team
- Negueba in the database of transfermarkt.de
- Negueba in the soccerway.com database
- Negueba in the database of fussballzz.de
- loan to São Paulo , report on globoesporte.globo.com of September 20, 2012, page in portug., Accessed on January 11, 2017
- Commitment by Grêmio , report on esportes.terra.com.br from June 6, 2016, page in portug., Accessed on January 11, 2017
- to Atlético Goianiense report on globoesporte.globo.com from January 27, 2017, page in portug., Accessed on January 10, 2018
- Change to Ponte Preta , report on odia.ig.com.br from May 22, 2017, page in portug., Accessed on January 10, 2018
- Change to Londrina , report on tribunapr.com.br from September 12, 2017, page in portug., Accessed on January 10, 2018
- move to Gyeongnam , report on torcedores.com of 21 December 2017 page in Portuguese., Accessed on January 10, 2018
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Ferreira Pinto, Guilherme (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Brazilian soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||April 7, 1992|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Rio de Janeiro , Brazil|