Luis Fabiano

Luis Fabiano

About Luis Fabiano

Lus Fabiano Clemente (born 8 November 1980), commonly known as Lus Fabiano, is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for So Paulo as a striker. Fabiano is a prolific goalscorer and was ranked the highest scoring Brazilian of the 21st century by IFFHS. Lus Fabiano enjoyed great success during two spells with Brazilian side So Paulo FC, with a disappointing period at French side Rennes sandwiched in between. His strength on the ball, accurate finishing, and pace made him a vital part of the side that fell in the semi-finals of the 2004 Copa Libertadores de Amrica. Lus Fabiano was labeled the 'bad boy' of Brazilian football when playing for So Paulo after a number of brawls. During a 2003 Copa Sudamericana match for So Paulo against River Plate of Argentina, a fight between the players broke out. Lus Fabiano ran behind a River player and kicked him just below the neck.

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