The player who went from scorer in South America rocker

The player who went from scorer in South America rocker
Horacio Chiorazzo celebrates a goal with the shirt of Bolivar. Photo: Bolivar Forever

Not all world football goes through Europe. It is obvious that the major world leagues where cracks on the planet want to play, They are in the old continent more specifically in Spain, England, Italy, Germany and France. But nevertheless, in South America we found other leagues, less glamorous but full of authentic football currantes the chest split in all fields of the continent. This could be the case of Horacio Chiorazzo, an Argentine who ran these leagues and scoring goals in all of them.

He divided his career between Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile and Bolivia. Specifically he played in; Lanus, Real Santa Cruz, Bolivar, Aucas, Rangers chileno,  Jorge Wilstermann, Deportivo Pasto, Sarmiento, Real Potosi and Deportivo Spanish.  It shone with the shirt of Bolivar where he won several titles and won the title of top scorer in the Copa Sudamericana 2004. In La Paz became an idol.

He retired in 2010 following injury to the 34 years and started working in a bank, an occupation that combines with his activity as a musician in the band Carlos & Charly where plays bass.  Becoming one of those players who passed the football world to the world of the song.

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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