Andrés Estrada

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Andrés Estrada
Personal information
Full name Andrés Estrada Murillo
Date of birth (1967-11-12) November 12, 1967 (age 46)
Place of birth Medellin, Colombia
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Midfielder
National team
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1996–1998 Colombia 12 (0)
† Appearances (Goals).

Andrés Estrada Murillo (born November 12, 1967 in Medellin) is a Colombian football (soccer) player in midfielder role.

1983 Campeon: Seleccion Antiquia Sub 16 (Cucuta Ocana), 1984 Campeon: Juegos Nacionales Intercolegiados (Neiva), 1985 Campeon: Juegos Nacionales Villavicencio, 1986 Sub Campeon: Seleccion Antiquia Juvenil, 1987 Campeon: Sub 20 (Pereira), 1987 Mundial FIFA Juvenil en Chile, 1987 Deportivo Cali, 1988 Crystal Caldas, 1989 Deportivo Cali, 1990 Deportivo Cali, 1991 Deportivo Cali, 1992 Deportivo Cali, 1993 Deportivo Cali, 1993 Eliminatorias Mundial USA, 1994 Deportivo Cali, 1995 Deportivo Cali, 1996 Campeon Deportivo Cali - Campeon Torneo DiMayor, 1996 Eliminatorias Mundial Francia, 1997 Deportivo Cali (Copa Libertadores de America), 1997 Eliminatorias Mundial Francia, 1997 Copa America - Seleccion Colombia(Bolivia), 1998 Club Atletico Nacional, 1998 Mundial Francia Seleccion Colombia, 1998 Atletico Nacional - Campeon Merco Norte, 1999 Atletico Nacional - Campeon Torneo DiMayor, 2000 Atletico Nacional - Campeon Merco Norte, 2000 Atletico Naciional - Copa Toyota Libertadores De America, 2001 Atletico Bucaramanga, 2002 - U S A, 2003 - Rough Riders.

Andres currently trains and coaches children in Long Island, New York.

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