San Martín de San Juan

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San Martín (San Juan)
Escudo de San Martin de San Juan.svg
Full name Club Atlético San Martín
Nickname(s) Verdinegro, Santo
Founded 27 September 1907; 106 years ago (1907-09-27)
Ground Estadio Ingeniero Hilario Sánchez, San Juan, Argentina
Ground Capacity 25,286
Chairman Jorge Miadosqui
Manager Daniel Garnero
League Primera B Nacional
2013 Final 9th (relegated)
Website Club home page

Club Atlético San Martín, mostly known as San Martín de San Juan, is an Argentine football club from the city of San Juan. The team currently plays in the Primera B Nacional, the second division of the Argentine football league system.

History[edit]

San Martín has only played two seasons in the Argentine top flight. Its first appearance was in the 1970 Nacional championship, finishing bottom of the group after winning only four of 20 games. The squad gained the promotion to the first division for the third time during the 2010–11 season, after beating Club de Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata 1–0 and later 1-1 on aggregate in the playoff for the second automatic promotion place. The team was relegated during the 2013 Torneo Final.

Current squad[edit]

Current squad of San Martín de San Juan as of October 3, 2013 (edit)
Sources: Argentine Soccer

No. Position Player
 ARG GK Luciano Pocrnjic
 ARG GK Luis Ardente
 ARG GK Leonardo Corti
 ARG DF Francisco Mattia
 ARG DF Cristian Álvarez
 URU DF Deivis Barone
 ARG DF Marcos Galarza
 ARG DF Santiago Hoyos
 ARG DF Hugo Iriarte
 ARG DF Lucas Kruspzky
 ARG MF Mauro Bogado
 ARG MF Maximiliano Bustos
 ARG MF Damián Ledesma
 ARG MF Pablo Darío López
 ARG MF Ezequiel Michelli
No. Position Player
 ARG MF Pablo Jofré
 ARG MF Nicolás Pelaitay
 ARG MF Jorge Iván Pérez
 ARG MF Federico Poggi
 ARG MF Franco Quiroga
 ARG MF Lucas Salas
 ARG MF Matías Silva
 ARG FW Rodrigo Alaníz
 ARG FW Diego García
 ARG FW Gastón Caprari
 ARG FW Leandro González
 ARG FW Nicolás Martinez
 URU FW Diego Martiñones
 ARG FW José Vizcarra

Manager: Daniel Garnero

Managers[edit]

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