Ézio Leal Moraes Filho

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Ézio Leal Moraes Filho, best known as Ézio or Super-Ézio (Ponte de Itabapoana (currently Mimoso do Sul), May 15, 1966 – November 9, 2011), was a Brazilian football player in striker role.

During his career (1986–1998) he played for Bangu, Olaria, Portuguesa, Fluminense (he scored for this club 118 goals in 236 matches), Atlético Mineiro, Americano Rio, CFZ do Rio, Rio Branco-ES and Internacional Limeira. He won, as a Fluminense player, one Rio de Janeiro State Championship in 1995, and two Guanabara Cup titles, in 1991 and 1993.

Ézio died of pancreatic cancer on November 9, 2011, in Rio de Janeiro. He was 45 years old.[1]


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