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Name  Diego Perrone
Height  1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Role  Musical Artist
Playing position  Striker
Albums  Io e Silvano
Years  Team

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Full name  Diego Rafael Perrone Vienes
Date of birth  (1979-11-17) 17 November 1979 (age 36)
Similar People  Maddai, Incomprensibile FC, Skarabazoo, Ila Rosso, Aevum

Place of birth  Montevideo, Uruguay

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Diego Perrone full name Diego Rafael Perrone Vienes (born 17 November 1979 in Montevideo) is a retired Uruguayan footballer who played as a striker. He is the goalscorer leader of Danubio in all its history with 72 goals.

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Career

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Perrone began his career playing with his home team Danubio F.C., making his debut in 1996. He has gone through many clubs around the world including Atlas and León in Mexico, Lugano in Switzerland, Catania in Italy, Levadiakos in Greece, and finally Olimpia Asunción in Paraguay.

He is recognized (especially by the Danubio supporters) for scoring the goal via "taco" on the Final of the 2004 Uruguayan Primera División were Danubio was consecrated champion after winning Nacional 1-0 that afternoon at the Jardines Del Hipódromo.

Goalscoring record

On 4 December 2011, thanks to the last of the three goals scored against Bella Vista, Perrone reached Ruben "Polillita" da Silva as top scorer in the history of the Danubio. The next game, played on February 18, 2012 (first round of Clausura) he scored in the 1-1 draw with Wanderers, adding its 72 goal in the club, and establishing himself as the leading scorer of Danubio F.C. in all its history.

Honours

Danubio
  • Uruguayan Primera División: 2004
  • Nacional
  • Liguilla: 2008
  • References

    Diego Perrone Wikipedia


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