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The number of caps and number of goals mentioned below are as of May 15th 2006, when the Brazilian roster was announced.
The number after Caps represent the number of times the player was rostered, and, between parenthesis, the number of times he actually played.
Full name: Rogério Ceni
Date of birth: January 22nd 1973
Place of birth: Pato Branco, Paraná
Height: 1.88 m
Clubs and teams: Sinop and São Paulo FC
Caps: 38 (16)
Goals conceded: 12
World Cups: 2002
Titles won: World Cup (2002), Confederations Cup (1997)
Rogério was the third goalkeeper in Korea/Japan, now he is the second.
In December 2005, Rogério was elected the best player in the match São Paulo vs. Liverpool, when São Paulo became World Champion Club.
Rogério holds a world record: he is the goalkeeper who scored most goals in History, with 63 goals until May of 2006; of these, more than 40 were by kicking fouls, and only about 20 by kicking penalties (Schilavert, from Paraguay, is second, with 62 goals, but nearly all of them in penalty kicks).
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