Lorenzo Fernández

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Lorenzo Fernández
Personal information
Date of birth (1900-05-20)May 20, 1900
Place of birth Redondela,[1] Spain
Date of death November 16, 1973(1973-11-16) (aged 73)
Place of death Montevideo, Uruguay
Playing position halfback (center-half)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1915–1917 C.A. Capurro
1918 River Plate F.C.
1919–1922 C.A. Capurro
1923 Atlético Wanderers
1924–1928 C.A. Capurro
1928–1935 Peñarol
National team
1925–1935 Uruguay 31 (4)
Teams managed
1941–1942 Peñarol
1950 Liverpool
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Olympic medal record
Competitor for  Uruguay
Men's Football
Gold 1928 Amsterdam Team Competition

Lorenzo Fernández (May 20, 1900 – November 16, 1973), nicknamed El Gallego (The Galician), was a Spanish-born Uruguayan footballer. During his career, he played for Capurro, River Plate, Montevideo Wanderers FC and C.A. Peñarol. Fernández also played 31 times and scored 4 goals for the Uruguay national football team, with which he won the 1930 FIFA World Cup, the gold medal at the 1928 Summer Olympics, and the 1926 and 1935 Copa Americas. A center-half in the 2–3–5 footballing system, he once replaced Jose Pedro Cea as an inside-left forward against Peru for the 1929 South American Championship (the then Copa America) and scored a hat trick.

In 1941 and 1942, he coached Peñarol.[2]

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

  • Uruguayan Primera División: 1928, 1929, 1932 & 1935.
  • Federación Uruguaya: 1923
  • "La Tribuna Popular" Trophy: 1932
  • José Piendibene Cup: 1929
  • Mirurgia Cup: 1928
  • Ricardo Pittaluga Cup: 1928
  • Copa Aldao: 1928

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