Julio César Yegros

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Yegros and the second or maternal family name is Torres.
Julio César Yegros
Personal information
Full name Julio César Yegros Torres
Date of birth (1971-01-31) 31 January 1971 (age 46)
Place of birth Luque, Paraguay
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1990–1992 Sportivo Luqueño
1992–1993 Deportivo Mandiyú 5 (0)
1994 Cerro Porteño
1994–1995 Deportes Tolima
1995–2000 Cruz Azul 67 (21)
1996–1997 Cruz Azul Hidalgo 15 (6)
1997 Tecos UAG (loan) 16 (4)
1999 Olimpia Asunción (loan)
2001–2002 Pumas UNAM 51 (20)
2002 Monterrey (loan) 15 (3)
2002 Chiapas (loan) 15 (5)
2003 Club León (loan) 23 (17)
2003–2004 Querétaro 29 (3)
2004–2005 Atlético Celaya 15 (3)
2005 Sportivo Luqueño 14 (5)
2005–2006 Club León 8 (0)
2006 Lagartos de Tabasco 14 (0)
2007–2009 General Díaz
National team
1992 Paraguay U23
1991–2000 Paraguay 15 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of May 2009.

Julio César Yegros Torres (born 31 January 1971) is a former Paraguayan footballer that played as a striker. His older brother Cirilo Yegros (born 1969) also played professional football (soccer).

Club career[edit]

At club level, Yegros played for teams like Cerro Porteño, Olimpia Asunción and Sportivo Luqueño of Paraguay; Cruz Azul, Tecos UAG and Pumas UNAM, Chiapas and Club León of Mexico; Mandiyú of Argentina and Deportes Tolima of Colombia.[1]

Yegros spent most of his career playing in Mexico. He signed with Pumas, but after begin loaned to Club León, he was transferred to Querétaro F.C. in June 2003.[2]

International career[edit]

Yegros made his international debut for the Paraguay national football team on 14 June 1991 in a friendly match against Bolivia (1-0 win). He obtained a total number of 15 international caps, scoring no goals for the national side. He represented Paraguay at the 1998 FIFA World Cup.[3]

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