|Full name||Guillermo Andrés Marino|
|Date of birth||February 2, 1981|
|Place of birth||Los Surgentes, Argentina|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Newell's Old Boys|
|2000–2004||Newell's Old Boys||82||(11)|
|2007–2009||→ Tigres UANL (loan)||59||(4)|
|2010–2013||Universidad de Chile||90||(5)|
|2015||Atlético de Rafaela||21||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 October 2015.
In 2005, he signed for Boca Juniors, he has suffered a number of injuries and has often been left out of the team, but he has helped the club to win five major titles.
In July 2007, he signed with Tigres UANL. After his spell in the Mexican side, he came back to Boca Juniors, where he was used mainly as a substitute for Juan Román Riquelme.
In 2010, after six months of being released from Boca Juniors and inactivity due to injuries, Marino signed a 3-year contract with Universidad de Chile. In his first season with the club, he struggled to obtain a spot in the main squad, mainly because of poor form. However, with the arrival of Jorge Sampaoli (who, at first, told him that he wasn't on his plans for the 2011 season) Marino began to improve his form and weight, and was one of the key players that helped the team to win the Apertura 2011.
|2005||Boca Juniors||Recopa Sudamericana|
|2005||Boca Juniors||Copa Sudamericana|
|2006||Boca Juniors||Copa Sudamericana|
|2007||Boca Juniors||Copa Libertadores|
|2011||Universidad de Chile||Copa Sudamericana|
- Guardian statistics
- Argentine Primera statistics (Spanish)
- Marino, Guillermo Andrés at Historia de Boca.com (Spanish)
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