Óscar Vargas (footballer)
|Full name||Óscar Ramón Vargas|
|Date of birth||1980|
|Place of birth||Honduras|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).
Óscar Ramón Vargas (born 1980) is a Honduran former footballer.
Playing as a forward, Óscar Vargas debuted in Honduran football with Marathón in 2002. He was the revelation of the championship by scoring the fourth goal in the victory 4-1 of his team against Olimpia, in the first leg of the final of the 2001-02 Clausura. Subsequently, Vargas was crowned champion with the club. During his three years at Marathón, he won two more titles: 2002-03 Clausura and 2004-05 Apertura.
He currently lives in the United States, working as a construction worker.
- Óscar Vargas se quedó en Marathón - La Tribuna (Spanish)
- Óscar Vargas y su faceta de constructor (interview and profile) - Diez (Spanish)
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