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A Brazilian goalkeeper convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend receives a proposal from the club



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(Sоo Paulo, Brazil. August 14 EFE) .- Brazilian goalkeeper Bruno Fernández, former captain of Flamengo and sentenced to more than 20 years in prison for killing his ex-girlfriend, received a proposal from a club in the regional categories in the state of Minas Eraais, according to Football Party President Pocos de Caldas to Brazilian media.

The 34-year-old footballer has benefited from a court ruling last July and allowed him to return to semi-open mode following the 2010 murder of his ex-girlfriend Eliza Samaglio.

Pocos de Caldas club president Paulo Caesar da Silva told the Globorte news portal that Bruno is a new player on the team, although he specified that the agreement had not yet been signed, which could happen in the presentation.

Despite the club's announcements, the player still needs justice authorization to be able to move to the city of Pocos de Caldas.

"Probably, next week I will start training. He only needs some powers, some things to see, but he is already hired by the club, "added Pocos de Caldas Football Club president.

As explained by the player's lawyer, Marianne Migliorini, to balloon support, the goal of the defense is for Bruno to continue living in Vargina, but to receive special training authorization in Pocos de Caldas.

The goalkeeper He was arrested in 2010 and convicted in 2013 of killing model Eliza Samaglio, with whom he had a son.

Samudio, 25, who claimed the player had retired for his son, disappeared in 2010 and was considered dead, although his body was never found, in a case that shocked Brazil.

The player was acquitted by a decision of the Supreme Court of Brazil and In 2017 he returned to play football with Boa Esporte, a club in the city of Vargina, in the state of Minas Era.

However, the measure was abolished that year and Bruno surrendered to authorities in the town of Vargina, where he was again imprisoned.

Formed in Atletico Minneiro, which debuted as a professional, Bruno also played in Corinthians, though he achieved success and fame in Rio de Janeiro's Flamengo He won the 2009 Brazilian Championship and three Cariocas Championships, then positioning himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the country.


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