Romario won 1994 FIFA World Cup with Brazil - Fifa.com
CAIRO – 7 July 2017: Romario de Souza, former Brazilian player, had an amazing career as a player in Brazil, Europe and the national team. He had an interview with FourFourTwo magazine and talked about his life inside and outside the football pitch.
“For me, football is an eternal passion, which I will carry with me all my life,” Romario told FourFourTwo magazine.
Asked about his childhood dream, he answered, “I would have liked to have been a Formula 1 driver, but I don’t have money.”
Romario talked about his proudest moment in football, saying, “When I wore the Brazil shirt for the first time, it was my proudest moment.”
Romario, who scored more than 1,000 goals, had sad moments with football, like losing big matches or important titles.
“When Brazil lost the gold medal in the 1988 Olympic games in Seoul and when Barcelona lost the Champions League final against Milan in 1994,” Romario added to FourFourTwo magazine.
Romario played most of his career in three of the biggest Brazilian teams, Vasco da Gama, Flamengo and Fluminense. He also had an amazing career in Europe with PSV Eindhoven and Barcelona.
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