Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Ex Sampdoria player dies

JAC Sport, Rio Grande do Sul - Ex Sampdoria and Sao Paulo player, Cate, died in a car accident on Tuesday, December 27, 2011.

At the time of the incident, a man 38 years was driving his car in the path of the ERS-122 in the city of Ipe, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. He collided with a Scania truck at 10 am local time, reported the Federal Highway Police was quoted as saying Goal.

The cause of this accident is not yet clear, although heavy rains in Ipe at that time. Truck driver escaped unhurt, while Cate instantly killed on the spot.

The man whose full name is Marcos Antonio Lemos Tozze enjoyed a golden age when competing with Sao Paulo when trained Muricy Ramalho. It was the man who plays as a striker also played with Rogerio Ceni, Juninho Paulista and Denilson.

The period when a player is the best time to win the Intercontinental Cup 1992. He brought his team a 1-0 victory over Barcelona which is reinforced by Johan Cruyff.

Cate also briefly played in Serie A with Sampdoria in 1998-99. At that time he only scored 1 goal from 15 appearances, and Sampdoria should be relegated to Serie B. Cate ended his career as a professional soccer player in Brazil's Serie C, Brusque in 1998.

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