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Full name  Olinto Sampaio Rubini
Playing position  Center Forward
Position  Forward
Place of death  Brazil
Died  September 18, 2012
Role  Footballer
Date of birth  1934
Name  Olinto Rubini

Date of death  18 September 2012(2012-09-18) (aged 77–78)

Place of birth  Porto Feliz, Brazil

[Wikipedia] Olinto Sampaio Rubini


Olinto Sampaio Rubini commonly known as Rubini (1934 – 18 September 2012) was a professional footballer who played in the Campeonato Paulista and Mexican Primera División.

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Career

Born in Porto Feliz, Rubini played as a center forward. He began his career with local side Atlético Ituano, helping the club with the Campeonato Paulista Série A3 title in 1954 and 1955. Rubini signed with Paulista second division side Esporte Clube São Bento in 1957.

In 1961, Rubini moved to Mexico where he would play in the Primera División for nearly a decade. Initially, he signed with Nacional de Guadalajara, before joining rivals Oro de Guadalajara two seasons later. He scored 17 league goals for Oro in the 1963–64 season. Rubini joined C.F. Monterrey in 1964, scoring 20 league goals in his first season with the club. He played for Monterrey until 1968, when he joined Laguna.

Personal

Rubini died aged 78 in September 2012.

References

Olinto Sampaio Rubini Wikipedia


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