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Position: Forward
Birth Information: 09/07/1969
Hometown: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Height:  5-2
Quick Take: One of the world's best forwards...Suffered knee injury in 1999 that caused her to miss both 1999 FIFA Women's World All-Star match and WWC...Returned to play against US in outdoor match in September 1999...Member of Brazil's 2000 Olympic team. Roseli is one of Brazils greatest strikers, starting her professional playing career at 16 for Club Juventes de Sao Paulo. Now playing for one of the top Brazilian Women’s Clubs, C.R. Vasco da Gama. She has represented Brazil as a World All-Star during the 1999 Toys R Us Victory Indoor Tour and the 2000 Discovery Health Challenge Indoor Tour playing members of the USA National Olympic Team in 12 city tour across the United States.
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National Team: She has been a member of the 1991 and 1995 Women’s World Cup teams and would have taken part in the 1999 World Cup if a knee injury didn’t keep her out of the line-up. She has represented Brazil in almost every important international competition including, the South American Cups, US Open Cup and the Olympics.
Personal: She is one of the few Brazilian Women’s players to play professionally outside of Brazil. During the 1995-1997 seasons she played for the Takarazuka Bunnys, in the L-League, Japan. She has the magical feet of the top Brazilian players and loves to play the “beautiful game.” Favorite Food: Sushi; Favorite Singer: George Michael; Favorite Color: Blue

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