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Marcos Aurélio full name Marcos Aurélio Fernandes da Silva (born 23 September 1977) is a Brazilian footballer.

Biography


Marcos Aurélio was signed by Cruzeiro in 2005 for a reported R$50,000.[2] He failed to play regularly for Cruzeiro due to injury. His contract was terminated in August 2005. In the same month he was signed by Fluminense in 4-month deal.[3] In 2006, he left for Chinese Super League and unsuccessfully converted to a forward.

In January 2007 he returned to Brazil and signed a 1-year contract with Portuguesa. In January 2008 he renewed his contract to last until December 2010. In August he returned to São Caetano in 1-year loan. He was released in April 2009 and transferred to Vitória for the rest of 2009 season. In January 2010 Brasiliense signed him definitely in 1½ year contract. He was released again in August and joined Bragantino for the rest of 2010 season. In January 2011 he was offered a new 1-year extension. In June he left for Itumbiara, again for the rest of 2011 season. He was released in September.

In 2012 at first he played for Audax-SP, then in February 2012 for Botafogo (SP) until end of the São Paulo state league.

In 2013, he left for São José Esporte Clube and scored twice.[4]

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