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Alfredo Obberti

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Alfredo Obberti
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Personal information
Full name Alfredo Domingo Obberti
Date of birth (1945-08-12) August 12, 1945 (age 74)
Place of birth Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1962–1969 Huracán 74 (26)
1965Colón de Santa Fe (loan) ? (?)
1968Los Andes (loan) 37 (23)
1970–1972 Newell's Old Boys 147 (total) (89)
1972–1973 Grêmio 37 (11)
1974–1975 Newell's Old Boys (see above)
National team
? Argentina ? (?)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Alfredo Domingo Obberti (born 12 August 1945 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine football striker. He played for a number of clubs in Argentina and Grêmio in Brazil.

Obberti made his professional debut in 1962 playing for Huracán, he spent a season with Colón de Santa Fe in 1965 before returning to Huracán in 1966.

In 1968 Obberti joined Los Andes where he became Argentina's leading goalscorer in the Metropolitano 1968 with 13 goals. In 1969, he returned to Huracán.

In 1970 Obberti joined Newell's Old Boys where he again became topscorer in Argentina with 10 goals. In 1972, he joined Grêmio returning to Newell's in 1974. In his time with Newell's he scored 89 goals in 147 to make him the club's 3rd highest goalscorer of all time.[1]

Obberti was Grêmio's highest foreign goalscorer with 35 goals in 105 matches, until Hernán Barcos, also from Argentina, surpassed him in August 2014. [2]

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Season Team Title
Metropolitano 1974 Newell's Old Boys Primera División Argentina

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