Anderson Luis de Azevedo Rodrigues Marques is a professional football player from Brazil who plays as a defender. Anderson was a product of the youth academy at Fluminense and his professional career would begin in 2006, when he was called into the first team. His first team debut came as a substitute, a role he would play quite often throughout his three year stint at Fluminense. He ended up with 24 appearances between 2006 and 2008, and ended up moving to Ituano Futebol Clube in 2009.
Without being able to break into the first team at Ituano, Anderson moved on to Desportivo Brasil in the same year. Anderson had a lot of promise as a young player and he showed that when he played for the Brazilian Under-20 national team. However, at the senior level in club football, Anderson still had some way to go.
His Desportivo career was all about loan spells and he began with a loan move to Avai Futebol Clube in 2009. After just 15 games, he returned to Desportivo but was sent out in 2010 to Sertaozinho. Within the same month, he was re-called and sent on a loan spell to Gremio Prudente. His one year loan deal with Gremio went well but Anderson still wasn’t able to find a place at Desportivo.
Instead, he went on another loan deal, in 2011, to Ceara Sporting Clube, where he has yet to find place on the pitch, either as a starter or a substitute.
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