Félix Ricardo Torres

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Félix Torres
Personal information
Full name Félix Ricardo Torres
Date of birth (1964-04-28) 28 April 1964 (age 50)
Place of birth Paraguay
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1981–1983 Nacional -
1982 Sol de América (loan) -
1983–1984 Hércules CF 24 (7)
1984 CF Lorca Deportiva (loan) -
1985 Nacional -
1986–1987 Sol de América -
1987–1988 Tigres UANL -
1989–1991 Mandiyú 56 (15)
1992 Estudiantes LP 18 (7)
1992 Racing Club 8 (0)
1993 Platense 7 (1)
1994–1997 Deportivo Moron -
1997–2001 Olimpia -
National team
Paraguay
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Félix Ricardo Torres (born 28 April 1964) is a former football striker and coach from Paraguay.

Career[edit]

Torres started his career in Nacional of Paraguay where he made his professional debut in 1981. In 1983 he was signed by Hércules CF where he played two seasons before returning to Paraguay to play for Nacional and Sol de América where he became one of the key players in the obtention of the 1986 Paraguayan 1st division by being the team topscorer and overall topscorer of that year in Paraguay. He then played for Tigres UANL of Mexico before playing in Argentina for clubs like Mandiyú, Estudiantes LP, Racing Club and Platense. Torres also played for La Serena of Chile and returned to Paraguay to play for Olimpia where he won three 1st division titles before retiring.

Torres also played for the Paraguay national football team during the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.[1]

Titles[edit]

Season Team Title
1986 Paraguay Sol de América Paraguayan 1st division
1998 Paraguay Olimpia Paraguayan 1st division
1999 Paraguay Olimpia Paraguayan 1st division
2000 Paraguay Olimpia Paraguayan 1st division

Awards[edit]

Season Team Award
1986 Paraguay Sol de América Topscorer of Liga Paraguaya (13 goals)

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