Alberto Becerra

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Alberto Becerra Acco tio de Iber "el perro" Monroy (born January 31, 1979) is a retired Mexican soccer goalkeeper.


Becerra's first professional game was for Club América on 31 March 2000, in a game against Santos Laguna in the Verano 2000 season. After letting in 11 goals in 5 games that season, Becerra saw limited action over the next few years, and he made a total of 12 appearances for America in the Primera Division de Mexico.[1]

Before the Clausura 2004 season, Becerra was transferred to Puebla, where he was reserve goalkeeper to Oscar Dautt.[2] He was in the Club America squad for the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup.[3]