João Bosco De Freitas Chaves - Fortaleza

Fortaleza

After playing again for Sport, Bosco was sold to Fortaleza. He was the first goalkeeper in the 2004 season, when Fortaleza finished Série B in second. In 2005 Fortaleza went back to the fist division. In 2005, Bosco capped 33 times for Fortaleza, suffering 50 goals. He was sold to São Paulo in the end of the years.

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