Geovanny Castro

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Geovanny Castro
Personal information
Full name Edwin Geovanny Castro
Date of birth 1969
Place of birth Honduras
Playing position Forward
Youth career
Estudiantes Juvenil
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1987-1988 Motagua (0)
1989-1990 Súper Estrella (loan) (5)
1990-1997 Motagua (40)
1997-1998 Marathón (5)
1998-1999 Vida (5)
1999-2000 Federal (1)
2000 Broncos (4)
National team
Honduras U-23
1991 Honduras 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 2001.
† Appearances (Goals).

Edwin Geovanny Castro is a retired Honduran football striker, who played most of his career for Motagua scoring 40 goals.

Club career[edit]

Nicknamed El Venado (The Deer) because of his pace, the long-haired Castro also played for Súper Estrella, Marathón, Vida, Federal and Broncos for he scored 60 goals in total.[1] He was the national league top goalscorer in 1995–96 [2]

International career[edit]

Castro played against Panama at the 1991 UNCAF Nations Cup.[3]

Retirement[edit]

Castro was assistant to coach Hernaín Arzú at lower league club Venado-Barcelona. In 2010 he worked as a groundsman at the national stadium.[4]

Personal life[edit]

He is married and has 6 children: Nicole, Charito, Melanie, Génesis, Kevin and Nahamán.

Honours[edit]

Motagua[edit]

1992
1996

References[edit]

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