|Full name||Francisco Zamora Salinas|
|Date of birth||28 October, 1939|
|Place of birth||TBA, Honduras|
|Date of death||April 8, 2002(aged 62)|
|Place of death||San Salvador, El Salvador|
|Heligueras de Honduras|
|–1963||Municipal de Sonsonate|
|San Nicolás de Tonacatepeque|
|El Roble de Ilobasco|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19 January 2007|
Born in Honduras, Zamora began his footballing career at Heligueras in Honduras and later transferred to Guatemalan powerhouse Municipal before coming to El Salvador where he spent his life there even becoming a Salvadoran citizen.
He first played for Municipal de Sonsonate before transferring to Salvadoran giants Alianza where he spent sixteen years there as both player (1964–1973) and assistant coach/reserve player (1974–1979) after which he retired and became a coach. As a player, he won the 1966 and 1967 league titles in a team also featuring players like José Quintanilla and Roberto Rivas.
Nicknamed El Tigre, after becoming a Salvadoran citizen he went on to represent El Salvador.
Zamora died of on April 8, 2002, aged 63. Zamora had three sons Frank Zamora, Allan Zamora and Francisco Zamora Jr.
- El adiós a “el Tigre” - La Prensa Gráfica (in Spanish)
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