Gregorio Bundio

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Gregorio Bundio
Personal information
Full name Gregorio Bundio Nuñez
Date of birth (1928-05-14)14 May 1928
Place of birth Avellaneda, Argentina
Date of death 7 March 2015(2015-03-07) (aged 86)
Place of death Santa Tecla, El Salvador
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1944–1951 Independiente
1951–1952 Palermo de Guatemala
1952–1953 Atlético Marte
1954–1955 Dragón
Teams managed
1955–1956 Dragón
1956–1957 Águila
1959–1960 Alianza
1961–1962 El Salvador
1965–1968 UES
1968–1970 El Salvador
Atlético Marte
Pulgarcito de América
1974 Negocios Internacionales
1970-1972 Adler
1974 Atlante San Alejo
1979-1980 Sonsonate
1980-1981 Juventud Retalteca
1982-1983 Sacachispas
Huinca Renancó
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Bundio and the second or maternal family name is Nuñez.

Gregorio Bundio Nuñez (14 May 1928 − 7 March 2015) was a former football player and manager.

Nicknamed Goyo, Bundio coached El Salvador from 1968–1970 and qualified them for their first ever FIFA World Cup Finals in 1970.[1]


Gregorio Bundio was the first coach appointed by the newly formed club Alianza F.C. between 1959 to 1960.[citation needed]

In January 2011 he was given a pension for life by the National Assembly for his contribution to Salvadoran football.[2]


  1. ^ Zelada Uceda, Víctor (2008-09-08). "El día que se tocó el cielo" (in Spanish). El Retrieved 2009-08-21. 
  2. ^ Asamblea concede pensiones vitalicias a Gregorio Bundio y a “Maquinita” Merlos - El Salvador (Spanish)

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