Central Español Players

Central Español Players

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 48. Chapters: Abdoul-Fatah Mustafa, Abdoul Njankou, Abel Hernandez, Alain Yomby, Alejandro Cichero, Alejandro Correa, Alejandro Curbelo, Alexander Medina, Alvaro Pintos, Andres Ayala, Andres Scotti, Carlos Eduardo Gutierrez, Cesar Pellegrin, Cesar Vega, Claudio Elias, Cristian Palacios, Damian Frascarelli, Damian Rodriguez, Daniel Sanchez (Uruguayan footballer), Darwin Ramirez, Diego Dorta, Diego Martinones, Edgar Martinez (footballer), Edison Suarez, Enrique Ferraro, Enzo Scorza, Ettore Puricelli, Evandro Adauto da Silva, Ezequiel Carballo, Fabian Coelho, Federico Martinez, Francisco Ronaldo Silva, Francisco Usucar, Gabriel Alcoba, Gabriel Alvez, Gaston Filgueira, Gaston Otreras, Gerardo Vonder Putten, German Hornos, Gonzalo Lemes, Gonzalo Maulela, Guillermo Sanguinetti, Gustavo Badell (Uruguayan footballer), Gustavo Ferreyra, Gustavo Roverano, Hector Moran, Hugo Bagnulo, Ignacio De Leon, Ismael Espiga, Javier Delgado, Jefferson Luis, Jimmy Schmidt, Jocenir Alves, Jorge Daniel Cardaccio, Jorge Fossati, Jose D'Angelo, Jose Maria Franco, Jose Puente, Juan Ferreri, Juan Surraco, Julio Mozzo, Libis Arenas, Luis Barbat, Luis da Luz, Luis Jonne, Luis Marcelo Duran, Luis Oyarbide, Luis Rijo, Manuel Hernandez (Uruguayan footballer), Marcelo Fracchia, Marcelo Mansilla, Marcelo Suarez, Mariano Cappi, Mario Rebollo, Martin Lasarte, Matias Cresseri, Matias Masiero, Matias Vecino, Nelson Olveira, Nelson Sebastian Maz, Nelson Semperena, Obdulio Trasante, Omar Perez, Oscar Quagliatta, Oscar Torlacoff, Pablo Bangardino, Paulo Silas, Rafael Bianchi, Raul Tarragona, Rolando Renaut, Ruben dos Santos, Ruben Planchon, Santiago Silva, Sebastian Sosa, Sebastian Suarez, Sergio Migliaccio, Sergio Orteman, Sergio Souza, Tabare Silva, Victor Rodriguez Andrade, William Gutierrez, William Martinez, Yair Lemos, Yari Silvera. Excerpt: Santiago Martin Silva Olivera (born December 9, 1980) nicknamed The Tank, is a Uruguayan football forward currently playing for Boca Juniors in the Primera Division Argentina. Although for 6 months he can only play the Copa Libertadores due to FIFA regulations. On 28 February Silva was allowed to play the national league because Nicolas Colazo injury. Silva started his career in Uruguay playing for Central Espanol, River Plate Montevideo and Defensor Sporting. He then had his first spell outside the country playing with Brazilian side SC Corinthians. However, after half a year he returned to Uruguay to play for Nacional (where he won the 2002 Uruguayan Primera Division), and a second period with River Plate. Subsequently, Silva had two European spells with German Energie Cottbus and Portuguese SC Beira-Mar. In 2005, he had his first spell in Argentina playing half a season for Newell's Old Boys. After half a year back in Uruguay with his first team, Central Espanol, Silva returned to Argentina to play for Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata in 2006. Three years after his period at Gimnasia, the Uruguayan forward admitted to the press that the team lost on purpose a match against Boca Juniors, who were challenging the 2006 Apertura with Gimnasia's rivals Estudiantes de La Plata, after pressure from their own team's hooligans. Silva joined Velez Sarsfield in 2007, and was loaned to Banfield in 2009. He played 2 Short torunaments with Banfield scoring 22 goals in 35 games with the team. During the 2009 Apertura he scored 14 goals in 18 games, including two in the victory on the derby against Lanus. Silva helped Banfield obtain their first Argentine Primera Division title of their history and finished as the tournament's top scorer in the process. During his time in Banfield, he played along fellow Uruguayan player Sebastian Fernandez as his striking partner. In January 2010, he returned from his loan to Velez Sarsfield. He made...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Title:Central Español Players
Author:LLC Books
Publisher:Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2010-05


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