García in Rosario Central colours
|Date of birth||November 20, 1912|
|Place of birth||Santa Fe, Argentina|
|Date of death||23 August 1969 (Aged 56)|
|–1933||Gimnasia y Esgrima de Santa Fe|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of October 2008.
In 1933, he joined Rosario Central where he played until he joined Racing Club de Avellaneda for an Argentine record transfer fee of $38,931. He made a total of 233 appearances for "La Academia" between 1936 and 1944, scoring 78 goals.
García played 35 times for Argentina between 1935 and 1943. He was part of the Copa América winning squads of 1937 and 1941, he also played in the 1942 edition of the tournament. Unfortunately the peak of his career coincided with World War II denying him the chance to play in a FIFA World Cup.
García was commonly known by the nickname "Chueco" but his other nicknames included "El Poeta de la zurda" (Poet of the left), "el Mago" (The magician), "el Imparable" (The unstoppable one). He died on 23 August 1969 aged 56, he is fondly remembered as one of the finest left sided players in the history of Argentine football.
- Racing Club idols (in Spanish)
- Radio El Espectador profile (in Spanish)
- Futbol Factory profile at the Wayback Machine (archived October 20, 2007) (in Spanish)
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