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Daniel Fonseca

Daniel Fonseca Garis (born 13 September 1969) is an Uruguayan former footballer, now a football player agent [*]. As a forward, he played with three of Italy's best clubs: S.S.C Napoli, A.S. Roma and Juventus.

Fonseca, nicknamed el castor ("the beaver"), started his football career at Nacional, his local team in Uruguay, in 1988. He played 14 games in two years and scored 3 goals, winning the South American Cup Winners Cup whilst there.

In 1992 Napoli signed him and Fonseca managed a more impressive strike rate, scoring 31 goals in two seasons in Naples, including 5 goals against Valencia in the UEFA cup. This form brought attention from A.S. Roma, who promptly signed him in 1994.

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