| Eros Roque Perez Salas|
Colon de Santa Fe
| (1976-06-03) 3 June 1976 (age 39)|
Eros Roque Pérez Salas (born 3 June 1976) is a Chilean former footballer and journalist.
Eros Pérez Wikipedia
Pérez started playing football at Palestino lower divisions, where was promoted to first-adult team in 1994. After completing three goals in 85 appearances playing for the club until mid-2000, the incoming year he moved to Argentina’s Colón de Santa Fe to face the 2000–01 Argentine football season.
Once finished that season, he left Colón and joined Brazilian giants Internacional de Porto Alegre. However, after only playing three league games and didn’t play during the national cup due to an injury, he returned to Argentina, joining Gimnasia La Plata, where also failed to have continuity, playing only six league games.
For the 2002–03 season, Pérez signed for Lanús, making 22 appearances. Nevertheless the next season, he moved to Skoda Xanthi from Greece. There he played 17 games and scored one time.
In mid-2004, he returned his homeland, joining Chilean powerhouse Universidad Católica. At Católica, Pérez became an unmovable player and team’s captain, he helped the club to win the 2005 Torneo Clausura and to reach that season’s Copa Sudamericana semifinals. He completed a total of twelve goals in 132 appearances during his period between 2004 and 2009 and was one of the referents during that seasons alongside players like Jorge Ormeño or the keeper José María Buljubasich.
After finishing his contract with Universidad Católica, on 18 December 2009, it was reported that Pérez joined Unión San Felipe, freshly promoted to top-level in the age. His first goal came in his debut against Colo-Colo in a 3–2, where scored a 30-meter goal.
In 2011 he signed for Ñublense, being presented in a friendly match against Audax Italiano where both team draw 2–2. At the end of the season he announced his retirement from football.Universidad Católica
Campeonato Nacional: 2005-C