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Name  Franco Fragapane
Career start  2011
Years  Team
Weight  66 kg

2005–2013  Boca Juniors
Height  1.67 m
Playing position  Forward
Role  Footballer
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Full name  Franco Rodrigo Fragapane
Date of birth  (1993-02-06) 6 February 1993 (age 22)

Place of birth  Las Heras, Argentina
Current team  Celta de Vigo B (Forward)

Franco Rodrigo Fragapane (born 6 February 1993) is an Argentine footballer who plays for Arsenal de Sarandí as a forward.


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Club career

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Born in Las Heras, Mendoza, Fragapane joined Boca Juniors' youth setup in 2005, aged 12, after impressing in a trial. He played his first match as a professional on 1 March 2012, coming on as a late substitute in a 2–0 home success over Central Córdoba de Rosario, for the season's Copa Argentina.

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Fragapane played regularly with the reserve side during the following seasons, and made his Primera División debut on 8 December 2013, again from the bench in a 1–1 home draw against Gimnasia La Plata. He appeared in two further matches during the campaign, with Boca finishing second overall.

On 12 July 2014 Fragapane moved abroad for the first time in his career, joining Spanish Segunda División B side Elche CF Ilicitano on loan, with a buyout clause. On 6 December he made his debut with the main squad, replacing Coro in a 0–2 La Liga home loss against Atlético Madrid.

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On 7 August 2015 Fragapane joined another reserve team, Celta de Vigo B on loan for one year.

International career


Fragapane was one of the 22-man selected for 2011 Pan American Games. He appeared five times during the tournament, scoring once (against Costa Rica on 21 October 2011).


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