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Marques Batista de Abreu

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Place of birth  Guarulhos, Brazil
Name  Marques de
Playing position  Forward
Years  Team
Weight  66 kg
1992–1993  Corinthians
Height  1.74 m
Current team  Retired
Role  Football player

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Full name  Marques Batista de Abreu
Date of birth  (1973-03-12) March 12, 1973 (age 42)

Marques - Lendário ● Golaços e Dribles! 1997 - 2010


Marques Batista de Abreu (born February 12, 1973), or simply Marques, is a former Brazilian striker. In 2003, when Marques was playing for Nagoya Grampus Eight he was ranked 2nd highest assists in J1 League as he had 10 assists and was beaten by Yukihito Sato who had 12 assists during that season. Marques also had a great partnership with fellow Brazilian, Ueslei who topped the goal scoring in 2003 J1 League season.

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It has been reported that Marques plans to retire from football in 2010 and run for political office for the Brazilian Labour Party.

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Performances for National Team

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Last update: 10 Jan 2007

Honours


  • São Paulo State League: 1995
  • Brazilian Cup: 1995
  • Rio de Janeiro State League: 1996
  • Conmebol Cup: 1997
  • Minas Gerais State League: 1999, 2000
  • Guanabara Cup: 2003
  • Personal Honours

  • J1 League Best eleven: 2004
  • Minas Gerais state league's top scorer: 1998
  • Brazilian Bola de Prata (Placar): 1999, 2001
  • References

    Marques Batista de Abreu Wikipedia