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Full name  Juan Manuel Sara
Name  Juan Sara
Playing position  Forward
1997–1998  Nueva Chicago
Weight  83 kg
1995–1997  Almirante Brown
Height  1.87 m
Years  Team
Role  Footballer

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Date of birth  (1976-10-13) 13 October 1976 (age 39)
Place of birth  Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Juan Manuel Sara (born 13 October 1976 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine footballer who plays as a striker. He also holds Italian nationality.


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Sara was playing with Argentine side Almirante Brown and Nueva Chicago, Czech side Hradec Králové, Paraguayan side Cerro Porteño before move to Scotland.

Sara moved to Scottish side Dundee in 2000. Sara played 88 league matches during his three-and-a-half years with the Dark Blues but left in November 2003 due to Dundee's threat of administration. Having previously had a short loan spell with Coventry City, where he scored once against Nottingham Forest.

Sara moved on to Reggiana in December 2003. Sara played the rest of that season before joining Irish side Shelbourne in August 2004, where he played for a year. In July 2005, Sara moved back to his homeland with Huracán but stayed for only a few months, joining Liechtensteiner side Vaduz in January 2006. After a year with them, Sara moved to Italy with Gallipoli, again spending only a few months before his departure in June 2007. Sara joined Lucena shortly afterwards, then returned to Challenge League for Locarno. On 20 January 2009 joined to Cerro Porteño. On March 2010, he was loaned to River Plate Puerto Rico of the Puerto Rico Soccer League.


In 2001 Sara attended a recording session to provide a reading of The Serenity Prayer which was used as a basis for the track Sara's Song (I Thank God) as part of the album It's My Dundee to provide funds for the Dundee F.C. youth development fund.


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