Deportivo Merlo


Deportivo Merlo
Deportivo Merlo
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Full name Club Social y Deportivo Merlo
Nickname(s) Los Charros
Founded August 10, 1954
Ground Estadio José Manuel Moreno, Merlo
Buenos Aires Argentina
(Capacity: 5,000)
Chairman José Luis Coutinho
Manager Salvador Daniele
League Primera B Nacional
2010-11 11th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Club Social y Deportivo Merlo (usually known simply as Deportivo Merlo) is a football club from Parque San Martín, Merlo, Buenos Aires in Argentina. The team currently plays in Primera B Nacional Argentina, which is the regionalised second level of the Argentine Football Association.

In 1956 the squad began playing in the AFA lower leagues under the name 9 de Julio in order to commemorate the Argentine Declaration of Independence. The club changed to its current name in 1968.

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Titles

1999-00
2005-06

Current squad

As of September 21, 2011.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Argentina GK Darío Capogrosso
Argentina GK Fernando Tantoni
Argentina GK Mauro Ruggiero
Argentina DF Mauricio Almada
Colombia DF Juan Bravo
Argentina DF Daniel Delgado
Argentina DF Gabriel Ferro
Argentina DF Maximiliano García
Argentina DF Sebastian Jurado
Argentina DF Alejandro Manchot
Argentina DF Emmanuel Martínez
Argentina MF Simón Bastos
Argentina MF Matías G. Díaz
Argentina MF Alejandro Friedrich
Argentina MF Leonel García
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Ramiro López
Argentina MF Leonardo Melián
Argentina MF Gonzalo Menéndez
Argentina MF Guillermo Pereyra
Argentina MF Jorge Ribolzi
Argentina MF Diego Sequeira
Argentina MF Nahuel Yeri
Argentina MF Juan Carlos Zuleta
Argentina FW Héctor Arrigo
Argentina FW Maximiliano Barreiro
Colombia FW Oswaldo Blanco
Argentina FW Matías Conti
Argentina FW Maximiliano Estévez
Argentina FW Diego Núñez

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References

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