„When I was born, God pointed at me and said “That’s the man""“

—  Romário, Context: When he signed with Fluminense in 2002. Source: esportes.terra.
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Quando eu nasci, Deus apontou o dedo em minha direção e disse: esse é o cara.

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Romário
politico, dirigente sportivo e ex calciatore brasiliano 1966
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