Tuesday, January 12, 2010

GODS OF SOCCER: Tulio Maravilha of Brazil

























Well, just to remind us how the Brazilians do it. I still dream the day will come when all the Rugby players would pose like Tulio as a matter of course.
Túlio Humberto Pereira Costa (born June 2, 1969), sometimes simply referred to as Túlio or Túlio Maravilha for his great creativity on the field, is a veteran Brazilian international football (soccer) forward. Túlio Costa, 1.78 meters tall, played for club teams such as Goias, Sion (Switzerland), Botafogo, Corinthians, Vitoria, Fluminense, Cruzeiro, Vila Nova, Sao Caetano, Santa CRuz, Ujpest FC (Hungary), Wilstermann (Bolivia), Anapolina, Volta REdonda, Juventude, Tupy-ES, Fast, Itaucuense, Canedense and Itumbiara. Playing for Botafogo, he won the Brazilian championship (Campeonato Brasileira Serie A)in 1995, a cup known as Taça Cidade Maravilhosa in 1996, and Torneo Rio-Sao Paolo in 1998. He scored more than 800 career goals. He retired in 1998.


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