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Antonio Serrano (footballer)

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Full name  Antonio Serrano Davila
Years  Team
Playing position  Centre forward

Height  1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Place of birth  Saposoa, Peru
Name  Antonio Serrano
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Date of birth  (1979-03-14) 14 March 1979 (age 36)

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Antonio Serrano Dávila (born 14 March 1979) is a Peruvian footballer who plays as a centre forward for Cobresol FBC in the Torneo Descentralizado.


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Club career

Serrano started his career playing for Deportivo San Agustín in the 1996 Descentralizado season under manager Oscar Hamada. However San Agustín finished in last place at the end of the season and was relegated to the Segunda División Peruana (Second Division). He then played in the 1997 Segunda División season, but his club was further relegated at the end of the year.

The next season, he played for Copa Perú side Deportivo UPAO. In his second season there, Serrano helped the club reach promotion to the top-flight by winning the 1999 Copa Perú title.

From 2000–2001 he had his first experience abroad playing for El Salvador club C.D. FAS.

He returned to Peru in 2002 to play for Sport Boys first under manager Ramón Mifflin and later with Jorge Sampaoli. Serrano had one of his best seasons with the Chalacos as he managed to score 18 goals for them in the 2002 Descentralizado.

In January 2003 Serrano joined Alianza Lima.

In March 2007, Serrano joined Xiangxue Sun Hei in Hong Kong First Division League. He made 4 appearances in total and scored 2 goals, both against Hong Kong 08 on 6 April 2007. He left Xiangxue Sun Hei after the season ended in May.

International career

Serrano was called up by manager Paulo Autuori for his debut match with the senior Peru national team on 23 February 2003. His debut match was a friendly against Haiti and finished in a 5-1 win for his side, with Serrano scoring the winning goal in the 19th minute.


Deportivo UPAO
  • Copa Perú: 1999
  • Alianza Lima
  • Torneo Descentralizado: 2003
  • References

    Antonio Serrano (footballer) Wikipedia