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Jorge Barrios (footballer)

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Name  Jorge Barrios
Years  Team
Role  Football player

1977–1985  Wanderers
Height  1.81 m
1985–1987  Olympiacos
Playing position  Midfielder
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Full name  Jorge Walter Barrios Balestrasse
Date of birth  (1961-01-24) January 24, 1961 (age 54)
Similar People  Victor Diogo, Fernando Alvez, Alejandro Lembo

Place of birth  Las Piedras, Uruguay

Jorge Wálter Barrios Balestrasse (born January 24, 1961 in Las Piedras) is a retired football midfielder from Uruguay, who was nicknamed "Chifle" during his professional career. Having made his official debut on July 18, 1980 against Peru (0-0), Barrios obtained a total number of 61 international caps for the Uruguay national football team.

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He was a Mundialito Winner at the 1980 Copa D'Oro, and he scored the first goal in the final game against Brazil (2-1) on January 10, 1981.

He represented his native country at the 1986 FIFA World Cup, against West Germany, Scotland (as captain) and Argentina wearing the number eight jersey.

Away of Uruguay, he made a significant career in Greece with Olympiakos for two years (1985-1987) and Levadiakos for four years (1987-1991).

After the end of his playing years Barrios became a manager and managed teams in Greece such as Doxa Dramas, Kavala FC and Ionikos. He also managed Olympiakos Nicosia of Cyprus.

Honours

Olympiacos

1986–87 Alpha Ethniki

References

Jorge Barrios (footballer) Wikipedia


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