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  Odisha FC signs Brazilian striker Diego MaurĂ­cio
31 Aug 2020 BHUBANESWAR
 

Bhubaneswar; 31 August 2020: Odisha FC has roped in Brazilian striker Diego Mauricio ahead of the seventh edition of the Hero Indian Super League. Mauricio signed a one-year contract with the Bhubaneswar-based side on today.

The 29-year-old striker has the experience of playing at many top football leagues around the world. He made his senior club debut for Brazil`s Flamengo in 2010 where he linked up with football legend, Ronaldinho. He has played for other Brazilian teams like Sport Club do Recife, Bragantino and Centro Sportivo Alagoano.

The Rio de Janeiro-born forward was part of Brazil U-20 squad and played in a team that boasted of superstars like Phillipe Coutinho, Casemiro, Oscar, Felipe Anderson, Firmino and the mercurial Neymar.

He has also travelled around the world playing in South Korea for Busan IPark and Gangwon FC, Saudi Arabia for Al Qadisiyah, Portugal for Vitoria FC, Russia for FC Spartak Vladikavkaz and China for Shijiazhuang Ever Bright FC.

Welcoming Diego MaurĂ­cio at OFC, Head Coach Stuart Baxter said, "We are delighted to secure the services of Diego. He is a player who can both combine with his teammates and also create chances on his own. When he gets to know the squad he will be a major asset for us."

After signing for Odisha FC, the striker expressed, "I am very excited to have joined Odisha FC and I look forward to work with Coach Stuart Baxter. I have heard and read a lot of interesting things about the young Indian players at Odisha FC, the Juggernauts and India as a country. This project excites me a lot and I am coming with the aim to win the league."
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PHOTO: Brazilian striker Diego Mauricio signs contract with Odisha FC on 31 August, 2020.

 

 
   

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