Deportivo Morón

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Deportivo Morón
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Full name Club Deportivo Morón
Nickname(s) Gallo
Founded 20 June 1947; 67 years ago (1947-06-20)
Ground Estadio Nuevo "Francisco Urbano",
Morón, Buenos Aires
Ground Capacity 19,000 [1]
Chairman Diego Spina
Manager Salvador Pasini
League Primera B Metropolitana
2013-14 5th
Website Club home page

Club Deportivo Morón is an Argentine sports club located in the city of Morón, Buenos Aires. The football team currently plays in Primera B Metropolitana, the regionalised third division of the Argentine football league system.

The club was founded in 1947 under the name "Club Sportivo Morón". Three years later the club joined the AFA and began playing in Tercera de Ascenso, (now Primera B Metropolitana). In 1951 it changed the name to "Club Deportivo Morón", which has remained since.


The squad that won its first title, 1955 Primera D.
Deportivo Morón in 1959, Primera C champion.

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Argentina GK Alejandro Migliardi
Argentina GK Sebastian Peratta
Argentina DF Cristian González
Argentina DF Juan Pablo Rochi
Argentina DF Antonio Pérez
Argentina DF Joel Bravo
Argentina DF Gustavo Echeverría
Argentina DF David Reano
Argentina DF Daniel Cerruti
Argentina DF Guillermo Báez
Argentina DF Sebastián Lamacchia
Argentina MF Emmanuel Pío
Argentina MF Maximiliano Aráoz
Argentina MF Luis Ferreyra
Argentina MF Nicolás Sánchez
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Hernán Lillo
Argentina MF Gustavo Velázquez
Chile MF Carlos Villarroel
Argentina MF Jonathan La Rosa
Argentina MF Ezequiel Zelaya
Argentina MF Nahuel Chacón
Argentina MF Gerardo Martínez
Argentina MF Hernan Bruno
Argentina FW Mariano Martínez
Argentina FW Ignacio Bilbao
Argentina FW Damián Akerman
Argentina FW Leonel Altobelli
Argentina FW Mauro Conocchiari
Argentina FW Leandro Rodríguez


The 1980 team, which achieved the Primera C title that year.
1959, 1980


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