C.a. Cerro: C.a. Cerro Managers, C.a. Cerro Players, Julio César Cortés, Ever Hugo Almeida, Rinaldo Martino, Mario Regueiro, Rogelio Domínguez

 
9781157974031: C.a. Cerro: C.a. Cerro Managers, C.a. Cerro Players, Julio César Cortés, Ever Hugo Almeida, Rinaldo Martino, Mario Regueiro, Rogelio Domínguez
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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: 135. Not illustrated. Chapters: C.a. Cerro Managers, C.a. Cerro Players, Julio César Cortés, Ever Hugo Almeida, Rinaldo Martino, Mario Regueiro, Rogelio Domínguez, Joaquín Boghossian, Martín Ligüera, Diego Godín, Rodolfo Rodríguez, José Batista, Horacio Peralta, Gerardo Pelusso, Ramón Víctor Castro, Juan Antonio González Crespo, Daniel Baldi, Gonzalo Choy González, Gustavo Fuentes, Adrián Berbia, Álvaro Adrián Núñez, Óscar Javier Morales, Junior Aliberti, Andrés Martínez, Adrián Romero, Waldemar Victorino, Jorge Delgado, Álvaro Fabián González, Rubén Dario Larrosa, Walter Caprile, Jorge Gonçálvez, Matías Pérez García, Álvaro Pintos, Líber Vespa, Ruben Rodríguez, Julio Rodríguez, Richard Pellejero, Ruben Umpierrez, Pablo Pallante, Luis Jonne, Ignacio de León, Martín Ferrando, Claudio Dadomo, Raul Otero, Alberto Ortega, Diego Sebastián Ribas, Jorge Artigas, Carlos Curbelo, Diego Viera, Héctor Morán, Jorge Manicera, Rodrigo Muñoz, Matías González, Rubén Morán, Héctor Vilches, Estadio Luis Tróccoli, Fabián Trujillo. Excerpt: Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals) Julio César "El Pocho" Cortés (born March 29, 1941) is an Uruguayan football coach and former midfielder who participated in three World Cups with the Uruguayan national team. At the club level, Cortés was most successful during the time he played for Uruguayan club Peñarol, winning two league titles and the Copa Libertadores and the Intercontinental Cup in 1966. He has spent the majority of his coaching career in Central America, managing several clubs, and having two tenures as coach of the Guatemala national team, which he led to win the 2001 UNCAF Nations Cup tournament. Cortés began his career with Sud América, and in 1962 he joined C.A. Cerro. He left the club in 1965 to play in Argentina for Rosario Central. After ...

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