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Name  Gustavo Bobadilla

Role  Football player
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Gustavo Adolfo Bobadilla Orrego (born 17 February 1959 in Paraguay) is a football coach.

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Career as player

Bobadilla started his career at Olimpia Asunción where he played for 12 years mostly as a substitute to the star of Ever Hugo Almeida. While in Olimpia, he won several national championships between 1979 and 1988. He then went on to play for Atlético Colegiales and Sportivo Luqueño before going to Peru to play for teams like Club Deportivo Municipal and FBC Melgar. He also had a brief stint in Club Sol de América in 1984.

While playing in Peru, Bobadilla sported the emblem of Sportivo Luqueño in his jerseys to show the love for the team and the city of Luque.

Career as coach

Bobadilla managed the youth divisions of teams like Olimpia, Sol de América, Guaraní and even the Paraguay national football team. In Peru, he coached Melgar FBC. and in the second division of Paraguay, the teams of Resistencia and Independiente de Campo Grande.

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Gustavo Bobadilla Wikipedia


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