Rui Pedro dos Santos Patrcio is a Portuguese professional football goalkeeper. Who competes for both the Portugal national team and Serie A team Roma. Because of his saves for club and country, he is frequently refer to as “So Patrcio.” Rui Patrício Portuguese Football
Rui Pedro dos Santos Patrcio who was born on February 15, 1988, is a Portuguese professional football goalkeeper who competes for both the Portugal national team and Serie A team Roma. Because of his saves for club and country, he is frequently referred to as “Saint Patrcio.”
Patricio, a graduate of Sporting CP’s youth academy, made his first team debut at the age of 18 and later made 467 appearances in games played under official rules. In his twelve years with the team, he garnered five trophies.
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before relocating to England to sign with Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2018. This included two Portuguese Cups. He joined Roma in 2021, where his first season saw him win the Europa Conference League.
After Paulo Bento was named head coach in 2010, Patrcio won his first and 100th caps for Portugal. He competed for his country in three World Cups and four European Championships, winning both the 2016 and 2019 Nations League competitions.
Patrcio began his playing career as a striker at a young age. He was born in the Leiria village of Marrazes. Sporting CP reportedly sent a scout to the area who saw him play in goal and was sufficiently impressed to sign the 12-year-old to the club’s youth academy.