Daniel Delfino

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Daniel Delfino
Personal information
Full name Daniel Alejandro Delfino
Date of birth (1970-06-01) June 1, 1970 (age 46)
Place of birth Temperley, Argentina
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1988–1990 Banfield 79 (28)
1991 Quilmes 17 (2)
1991–1993 Banfield 97 (25)
1994 Rosario Central 11 (0)
1995–1996 Banfield 41 (5)
1996 San Martín (T) 14 (0)
1996–1997 Atlanta 26 (2)
1997–1999 Sportivo Italiano 61 (18)
1999 Unión Central 21 (10)
2000–2001 The Strongest 44 (35)
2001–2002 Deportivo Táchira 24 (12)
2002 Deportivo Cuenca 10 (9)
2003–2008 Carabobo FC 134 (59)
2008 Deportivo Italia 4 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of June 14, 2009.

Daniel Alejandro Delfino (born June 1, 1970 in Temperley) is a retired football striker from Argentina, who played for several clubs in South America during his career.

Club career[edit]

Delfino emerged from the youth ranks of Club Atlético Banfield. On October 1, 1988 he made his debut with El Taladro in a 2-0 victory over Chacarita. In 1991, he was loaned to first division club Quilmes. After six months playing for the cerveceros, Delfino returned to Banfield and helped the club gain promotion to the Argentine Primera in 1992. Later, he transferred to Rosario Central where he played during 1994. The following year he made his third and last spell with Banfield, playing for the club until the Clausura '96. From there, Delfino went to spend some years in second division making appearances for San Martín de Tucumán, Atlanta and Sportivo Italiano.

In 1999, he moved to Bolivia where he played for Unión Central before signing with The Strongest in 2000. With the atigrados Delfino finished as the topscorer in the Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano with 28 goals that year. In July 2001, he relocated to Venezuela and joined Deportivo Táchira. After two years he transferred to Ecuadorian club Deportivo Cuenca where he had a brief stint before returning to Táchira. In 2003 Delfino moved to Carabobo FC where he played for the next five years. Finally in 2008 he made his last run with Deportivo Italia, retiring from football at age 37.


Season Club Title
2000 Bolivia The Strongest Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano topscorer: 28 goals


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