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Rodolpho Barteczko (12 November 1910 – 13 March 1988), best known as Patesko, was a Brazilian football striker. He was born in Curitiba, Brazil and died in Rio de Janeiro.

Of Polish origin, in his career (1930–1943) he played for Palestra Itália, Força e Luz, Nacional (where he won two Uruguayan championships in 1933 and 1934) and Botafogo. He won the Rio de Janeiro State Tournament in 1935.

For the Brazilian team he participated at the 1930,[1] 1934, and 1938 World Cups. He died at 77 years old.

References and footnotes

  1. ^ According to FIFA, he would have been in the starting lineup against Yugoslavia, as per the official match report. Other sources, however, do not list him as part of the 1930 squad, including RSSSF, Folha Online (in Portuguese), and "Fussball-WM Total".
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Patesko
Personal information
Full name Rodolpho Barteczko
Date of birth 12 November 1910(1910-11-12)
Place of birth    Curitiba, Brazil
Date of death    13 March 1988 (aged 77)
Playing position Striker (retired)
Senior clubs
Years Club
1930-1932
1932
1933-1934
1934-1943
Palestra Itália
Força e Luz
Nacional
Botafogo
National team
1934-1942 Brazil

Rodolpho Barteczko (born 12 November, 1910) is a former Brazilian football player. He has played for Brazil national team.

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