Fluminense Leads Fluminense to 2010 Return of Brazilian Champion Forward Allen to Club

Fluminense forward Allen is about to announce his return, having been released from the market after playing for Guangzhou FC from China. It was revealed in Xerém that the 32-year-old, who escaped the historic relegation of 2009 and was part of the 2010 Brazilian Championship title, should reach the flu with Marrony to fill the positions of Fred and Luiz Henrique.

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Allen in action for the Fluminense in 2010 – Photo: Photo Camera

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In almost three seasons and 84 games for Fluminense, Allen has experienced a bit of everything: runners-up in Libertadores and Sul-Americana, a historic start in the fight against relegation and the 2010 Brazilian Championship title, even if sold out. ۔ Before the end. A special date was set: November 18, 2009. At the crowded Maracana Stadium, the 19-year-old striker was one of the heroes of the tricolor rankings for this year’s Copa Sudamericana decision. (Remember in the video above).

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The match was against Cerro Porteño of Paraguay. After winning the first match, away from home, 1 to 0, Fluminense initially saw the benefit of falling home. The opponent started scoring in the sixth minute, and the ranking, which would then be settled on penalties, came in the last minutes of the game: at 47, with one goal from Gum, and at 49, Allen’s one goal. with. .

At the time, Fluminense was also fighting exile. Larangers had a 99% chance of falling to Serie B in the last leg of the Brazilian Championship, but he managed to make a historic start and remain in the First Division. This season, even at just 19 years old, Allen played 41 games, often on the field with Fred, and scored 10 goals.

The game between Fluminense and Cerro Porteño ended in confusion.

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Allen left Fluminense in August 2010. The destination was RB Salzburg from Austria, where he stayed for four and a half seasons. There, he played with Mané, one of Liverpool’s top names today, and had one of the best stages of his career: he played 129 games and scored 93 goals – an average of 0.72 per match.

Fred and Allen for Fluminense – Photo: Photo Camera

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In turn, the striker went into Chinese football. First for Guangzhou Evergrande, where he had a difficult start: he tore the ligament of his right knee in just two matches in 2015. The following year, after recovering from an injury, he scored 18 goals in 35 games, and finished as a runner. Up in the Super League China (with 14). In 2019, Allen was given a loan to Tianjin Tian Hai, which had filed for bankruptcy. After that, he played for Beijing Guan. Alan was free in the market after playing for Guangzhou FC.

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