Raphael José Botti (born 23 February 1981), commonly known as Botti, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Army United of the Thai Premier League.Botti started his professional football career with Vasco da Gama and then joined Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors(2002~06). Botti had saved his best performances for the 2006 AFC Champions League and scored an important goal at the 1st leg of final. However, Botti then transferred to Vissel Kobe after the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup.

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  • Raphael José Botti (born 23 February 1981), commonly known as Botti, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Army United of the Thai Premier League.Botti started his professional football career with Vasco da Gama and then joined Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors(2002~06). Botti had saved his best performances for the 2006 AFC Champions League and scored an important goal at the 1st leg of final. However, Botti then transferred to Vissel Kobe after the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup. (en)
  • Raphael José Botti (born 23 February 1981), commonly known as Botti, is a former Brazilian professional footballer.Botti started his professional football career with Vasco da Gama and then joined Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors(2002~06). Botti had saved his best performances for the 2006 AFC Champions League and scored an important goal at the 1st leg of final. However, Botti then transferred to Vissel Kobe after the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup. (en)
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  • Raphael José Botti (born 23 February 1981), commonly known as Botti, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Army United of the Thai Premier League.Botti started his professional football career with Vasco da Gama and then joined Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors(2002~06). Botti had saved his best performances for the 2006 AFC Champions League and scored an important goal at the 1st leg of final. However, Botti then transferred to Vissel Kobe after the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup. (en)
  • Raphael José Botti (born 23 February 1981), commonly known as Botti, is a former Brazilian professional footballer.Botti started his professional football career with Vasco da Gama and then joined Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors(2002~06). Botti had saved his best performances for the 2006 AFC Champions League and scored an important goal at the 1st leg of final. However, Botti then transferred to Vissel Kobe after the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup. (en)
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