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Marcos Aurélio (footballer, born 1984)

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Place of birth  Cuiabá, Brazil
Years  Team
Height  1.67 m
Position  Forward, Midfielder
Playing position  Striker
Team  Apps
Career start  2003
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Full name  Marcos Aurélio de Oliveira Lima
Date of birth  (1984-02-10) 10 February 1984 (age 33)
Number  80 (Coritiba Foot Ball Club / Midfielder, Forward)

Marcos Aurélio de Oliveira Lima known as Marcos Aurélio (born 10 February 1984), is a Brazilian footballer, who plays as a forward for Coritiba.

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Third-party ownership era

Marcos Aurélio was signed by Esporte Clube União Suzano on 1 January 2005 in 5-year contract, a proxy for investor. He left for Vila Nova Futebol Clube in 10-month deal in March 2005. In May 2005 he was signed by Ituano.

In the next season he left for Clube Atlético Bragantino in 1-year deal. In April 2006 he was signed by Atlético Paranaense in temporary deal after Bragantino acquired him definitely (but still shared the rights on the players with the "agent" of Aurélio) and extended the contract with Bragantino to last until April 2008.

Santos signed him in 1-year deal in 2007. However Atlético Paranaense also sued to court to claim the damages as the club had automatic renewal clause with Bragantino.

In 2008 Aurélio played for Shimizu S-Pulse, on loan from third-party owner Energy Empreend e Participações (Energy Sports). Santos sold the player's rights to Energy Sports for R$ 1,053,000.

Coritiba

In 2009 Aurélio returned to Brazil and signed a 3-year contract with Brasa Futebol Clube, the subsidiary of Energy Sports. He also immediately left for Coritiba in 2-year loan. In January 2011 Coritiba acquired Aurélio definitely and extended the contract to 31 December 2012.

Internacional

In January 2012 he was signed by Sport Club Internacional.

Honours

União Barbarense
  • Brazilian League (3rd division): 2004
  • Vila Nova
  • Goiás State League: 2005
  • Santos
  • São Paulo State League: 2007
  • Coritiba
  • Paraná State League: 2010, 2011
  • Campeonato Brasileiro Série B: 2010
  • Internacional
  • Rio Grande do Sul State League: 2012
  • Ceará
  • Copa do Nordeste: 2015
  • References

    Marcos Aurélio (footballer, born 1984) Wikipedia


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