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Daniel Mariano Bueno

Daniel Mariano Bueno
Tarxien Rainbows69(38)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of September 4, 2010.
† Appearances (Goals).

Daniel Mariano Bueno (born December 15, 1983 in São Paulo, Brazil) is a professional footballer currently playing for Maltese Premier League side Tarxien Rainbows, where he plays as a striker.

Playing career

Daniel Bueno previously played for São Caetano in the Copa do Brasil.[1] He also had spells with Omiya Ardija, SK Sigma Olomouc and Tarxien Rainbows,[2] where at the latter he finished second top-scorer of the 2008–09 Maltese Premier League. After one season playing for Odra Wodzisław in the league of Poland, he returned with Tarxien Rainbows, where he is going to play with other 4 Brazilian players—who are: Everton Antonio Pereira, and the three new signings—Sergio Pacheco de Oliveira, Ricardo Mion Varella Costa & Cristiano Rodrigues. His contract lasts two years and until Tarxien Rainbows remain in the Premiere Division he would like to remain playing for this team.

References

External links

  • Player profile on sambafoot
  • Player profile on zerozero.pt (Portuguese)


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