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Esteban Fernando González

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Esteban González
Personal information
Full name Esteban Fernando González Sánchez
Date of birth (1962-01-14) January 14, 1962 (age 56)
Place of birth Buenos Aires, Argentina
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1982–1987 Ferro Carril Oeste ? (43)
1987–1988 Deportivo Español -
1988–1989 Málaga 12 (3)
1990–1994 Vélez Sársfield 50 (19)
1995–1996 San Lorenzo 57 (20)
1996–1997 Quilmes -
National team
? Argentina -
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of October 2007

Esteban Fernando González Sánchez (born January 14, 1962 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine football striker. He was a winner of the Argentine league with three different teams and he also played for the Argentina national team.[1]

González started his professional career in 1982 with Ferro Carril Oeste, he won two Nacional championships with the club in 1982 and 1984. González was in a near fatal car crash in 1984, suffering a dislocated hip, fractured skull and multiple broken bones,[2] putting his playing career in doubt. Despite the severity of his injuries he returned to fitness and continued his career with Ferro, he left the club in 1987 to join Deportivo Español.

In 1988, he moved to Spain to play for Málaga but returned to Argentina after only one season to join Vélez Sársfield. In his second season with Velez, he scored 18 goals to become the topscorer in the Argentine Primera. González helped Velez to win the Clausura 1993, which was their first league title in 25 years. Velez then went on to win the Copa Libertadores in 1994.

In 1994 González joined San Lorenzo de Almagro, he was part of their championship winning squad in the Clausura 1995. He then stepped down a division to play for Quilmes in the Argentine 2nd division until he retired.

Following his retirement González had a spell as assistant manager to Oscar Ruggeri at San Lorenzo, before becoming a players agent. In 2006, he took part in a Reality TV singing competition.

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Titles

Season Team Title
Nacional 1982 Ferro Carril Oeste Primera División Argentina
Nacional 1984 Ferro Carril Oeste Primera División Argentina
Clausura 1993 Vélez Sársfield Primera División Argentina
1994 Vélez Sársfield Copa Libertadores
Clausura 1995 San Lorenzo Primera División Argentina

References

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