Eladio Vaschetto

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Eladio Vaschetto
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Personal information
Full name Eladio Vaschetto
Place of birth Argentina
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1936-1939 River Plate (27)
1942-1943 Colo Colo (1)
1944-1945 Puebla (24)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Eladio Vaschetto was a former Argentine football player. He played with Club Atlético River Plate, Colo Colo and Puebla FC in Mexico.

Biography[edit]

Eladio Vaschetto was a former Argentine football player. He started his professional career with the Argentine club Club Atlético River Plate in 1936 where he managed to win 2 league titles in 1936 and 1939. After the 1939 tournament he transferred to Chile were after a few years he managed to sign with top futbol club Colo Colo. In 1943 after a short stay with Colo Colo, he signed with newly created Puebla FC in Mexico. Vaschetto was the first player to score in the club's history in 1944[1] against Atlas. During his 3 years at the Mexican club he managed to score 21 goles and helped the club win its first Copa Mexico title in the 1944-45 tournament. After the 1946-47 tournament he retired and soon relocated to Portugal where he managed F.C. Porto during the 1947-48 and the 1951-52 tournaments.

Honors[edit]

Club Atlético River Plate

Puebla FC

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Puebla FC history". Retrieved 2010.