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Márcio Roberto dos Santos

Márcio Roberto dos Santos, best known as Márcio Santos (born September 15, 1969) is a former association footballer, who played as a defender.

Career

Club

Dos Santos was born in São Paulo,[1] and played for several clubs throughout his career, such as Internacional, Fiorentina, Ajax and São Paulo FC as a centre-back.[1] He won the 1991 Campeonato Gaúcho with Internacional, the 1995–96 Eredivisie with Ajax, and both the 1998 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Paulista Championship with São Paulo.[1]

International

At international level, he was a member of the Brazilian national football team that won the 1994 FIFA World Cup, in which he scored one goal[2] in the group stages, against Cameroon.[3] He did however miss his penalty in the shootout in the final against Italy, but Brazil went on to win regardless.[4] He was named to the team of the tournament for his performances. He played 43 games for the Brazilian national team between 1990 and 1997, scoring five goals.[5] He also took part at two Copa América tournaments, reaching reaching the final in 1991, and winning the tournament in 1997.

Honours

Club

Internacional[6]
Ajax[7]
São Paulo[6]

International

Brazil[8][7]

Individual

References

  1. ^ About the ISCSC
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