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Romario saying goodbye to Miami, and hello to Australia?

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Romario, who at 40 led USL in scoring this year after leading the Brazilian first division last season appears headed to Australian side Adeliade United for the upcoming season. Romario has proven that he is ageless and it will be wonderful for the Aussie fans to see this lving legend for a season or two before he retires. His season in Miami was productive despite FC Miami’s defeat in the playoffs this past weekend.

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  1. Harvey

    September 22, 2006 at 11:16 am

    MLS is only interested in signing college players that’ll work for minimum wage or U-23 players who they can give youth contracts. The league is becoming a bigger and bigger joke.

  2. hugo perez

    September 21, 2006 at 5:26 pm

    Why not MLS?

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