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Farewell to another Brazilian giant: Roberto Dynamite passed away at the age of 68 - voila! sport


The greatest idol in history Vasco da Gama, the all-time top scorer of the Brazilian league who also scored 20 goals for the national team, succumbed to cancer

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Less than two weeks after the death of Pele, Brazil and the world of football today (Sunday) said goodbye to another huge former player: Roberto Dynamite, Vasco da Gama's greatest symbol of all time, passed away at the age of 68 after a battle with cancer.

Carlos Roberto de Oliveira, in his full name, spent 21 of his 22 years of career in Vasco da Gama's uniform and played 1110 games, in which he scored 708 goals, making him not only the greatest scorer ever in the club of Mario de Janeiro, but also the top scorer of the league The all-time Brazilian with 190 caps, 40 more than Fred in second place.

Dynamite also leads the scoring chart in the history of karaoke - Rio de Janeiro Championship.

The striker who stood 1.86 meters tall won one championship in 1974 and five Carioca titles.

Vasco da Gama announced 7 days of mourning due to the death of "the biggest idol in the history of the club"


In the uniform of the Brazilian national team, Roberto Dynamite made 38 appearances, in which he scored 20 goals, including in the World Cup in 1978 in Argentina.

Six years later, he even visited Israel, and played against the Stars of Israel at the Ramat Gan Stadium.

After his career, Vasco da Gama was appointed president in 2008, the year the team was relegated to the minor league for the first time in its history.

A year later, the black and whites won the Serie B championship and were promoted, and in 2011 they won the Brazilian Cup.

Dynamite ended his term as president in 2013 after the team was relegated again, but remains the biggest idol in the eyes of the fans.

Neymar said goodbye to the legend in a tweet: "Brazilian football lost another idol this Sunday. Rest in peace, Roberto Dynamite."

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Source: walla

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