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Júlio César da Silva, usually known as Júlio César (born March 8, 1963 in Baurumarker (São Paulomarker) is a retired football player from Brazilmarker.

He should not be mistaken with Júlio César da Silva e Souza, Júlio César Santos Correa and Júlio César Soares Espíndola who have also played in Europe under the same nickname.

Career

He played central defender with much teams in Brazilmarker, Europe and with the Brazilian national team. He was widely considered one of Brazil's best central defenders. He also contributed in attack, frequently making runs into the opponent's half using his midfield-like technical skills to great effect, as well as his aerial ability.

He won the UEFA Champions League and European/South American Cup with Borussia Dortmund in 1997.

Honours



National team

Júlio César played 13 official matches for the Brazilian national team, from April 1986 to June 1993. He also played for Brazil against "The Rest of the World" in 1989 and for "The Rest of the World" against Brazil in 1990.

He played the Football World Cup 1986 and won the Best Central Defender Award.

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