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Marco Antônio Boiadeiro

Boiadeiro
Personal information
Full nameMarco Antônio Ribeiro
Date of birth (1965-06-13) June 13, 1965 (age 49)
Place of birthAmérico de Campos, Brazil
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1985Botafogo-SP
1986–1988Guarani40(2)
1989–1991Vasco da Gama24(1)
1991–1993Cruzeiro46(2)
1994Flamengo15(0)
1994–1995Corinthians17(2)
1996Rio Branco
1996Anápolis
1997–1998América-MG
1998–1999Atlético Mineiro16(0)
2000Sãocarlense
National team
1993Brazil5(0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Marco Antônio Ribeiro, commonly known as Marco Antônio Boiadeiro, or simply as Boiadeiro (born June 13, 1965), is a Brazilian football (soccer) player who played for several Série A clubs. He also played for the Brazilian national team.

Career

Born in Américo de Campos, Boiadeiro started his professional career in 1985, defending Botafogo de Ribeirão Preto.[1] He moved to Guarani in 1986, leaving the club two years later, then defending Vasco da Gama from 1989 to 1991.[1] Boiadeiro defended Cruzeiro from 1991 to 1993, then spent a season with Flamengo in 1994,[1] playing 15 games for the club.[2] He played for Corinthians during the 2004 and the 2005 seasons, then played briefly in 1996 for Rio Branco and Anápolis.[1] Boiadeiro defended two clubs from Belo Horizonte, América Mineiro in 1997 and in 1998, and Atlético Mineiro in 1998 and in 1999.[1] Marco Antônio Boiadeiro retired in 2000, while defending Sãocarlense of São Paulo state [1]

National team

Boiadeiro played five games for the Brazilian national team in 1993,[3] including four Copa América games.[1] His first game was played on June 6, against the United States, while the last game was played against Argentina on June 27.[3]

References

  • Marco Antônio Boiadeiro at National-Football-Teams.com

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