Julio Cesar is blubbering wreck as he leaves Toronto FC for World Cup

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Julio Cesar's time with Toronto FC has come to an end after the veteran goalkeeper left to join the Brazil national team as they prepare to host the 2014 World Cup.

Cesar played just seven times for the Canadian MLS outfit after agreeing a loan move from Queens Park Rangers back in February but it was obviously a period that made a lasting impact on him judging by this video.

The feeling was clearly mutual too as Toronto themselves put together this touching tribute to the Brazilian.

Cesar is no stranger to the emotional breakdown having shed a few tears after Inter Milan's Champions League success in 2011, on his final day at the San Siro, and after Brazil's defeat to Holland in the 2010 World Cup.

Now 34, Cesar is looking to find success with the national team this month whilst his future beyond that remains uncertain despite still being contracted to QPR at present.

While his tears may be fairly regular it is still nice to see a professional player showing that they do really care rather than simply picking up their checks.

Meanwhile for Toronto FC they will be hoping they can cope without his experience throughout the rest of the MLS season.

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