Adrián Czornomaz

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Adrián Czornomaz
Personal information
Full name Adrián Carlos Czornomaz
Date of birth (1968-04-30) April 30, 1968 (age 49)
Place of birth Avellaneda Partido, Argentina
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
Argentino de Quilmes
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1988 Argentino de Quilmes
1987–1989 Independiente
1990–1991 Cobreloa
1991–1992 San Lorenzo de Almagro
1992 SK Rapid Wien 3 (0)
1992 Banfield
1993 Belgrano
1993–1994 Quilmes
1994–1995 All Boys
1995–1996 Los Andes
1996 Universitario
1997 Sporting Cristal
1997 Tigres de la UANL
1997–1998 Los Andes
1998–1999 Tucumán
1999–2000 Quilmes
2000–2001 Gimnasia y Esgrima
2001 Tigre
2002 Independiente Rivadavia
2002–2003 Tristán Suárez
2003–2004 Defensa y Justicia
2004–2005 Argentino de Quilmes
2005–2006 Talleres de Escalada
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Adrián Czornomaz (born April 30, 1968) is a former Argentine football player. He played as a striker for several teams, mainly from the Argentine Primera B Nacional, of which he is the all-time top goalscorer with 160.

Career[edit]

Czornomaz came through the youth ranks of Argentino de Quilmes, making his debut in the season 1986/87.

Czornomaz also played for Independiente, San Lorenzo de Almagro, Banfield, Belgrano, Quilmes, All Boys, Los Andes, Tucumán, Gimnasia y Esgrima, Tigre, Independiente Rivadavia, Tristán Suárez, Defensa y Justicia and Talleres de Escalada in Argentina, Cobreloa in Chile, SK Rapid Wien in Austria, Universitario and Sporting Cristal in Peru and Tigres de la UANL of Mexico.

Personal life[edit]

He is of Ukrainian descent.[1] Ádrian's son Niko Czornomaz plays since early 2018 for Major League Soccer club Los Angeles FC.[2]

Titles[edit]

  • Liga Argentina: 1988/89
  • National B: 1992/93
  • runner-up of Copa Libertadores: 1997
  • Maximum goleador of Liga Argentina of First " B" National (2): 1995/96 and 1998/99
  • Maximum goleador of Chile Glass (1): 1990
  • Maximum goleador of Decentralized Peruvian: 1996

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