Freddy Eusebio Rincon Valencia , is a retired Colombian football midfielder who played 84 games for the Colombia national team between 1990 and 2001 He was a vital piece of the legendary though largely underachieving side which included stellar names fit to appear alongside his own, names like Valderrama, Asprilla, and Higuita.
Rincon began his career at Atletico Buenaventura in 1986. He also played for: Independiente Santa Fe and America de Cali (Colombia), Napoli (Italy), Real Madrid (Spain), Palmeiras, Santos, and Corinthians (Brazil).
Rincon spent the latter part of his career playing club football in Brazil where he played for Palmeiras, Corinthians, Santos and Cruzeiro. During his time with Corinthians the club won the Brazilian championship in 1998 and 1999 and the first FIFA Club World Cup in 2000, his greatest title.
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