Deportes Linares

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Deportes Linares
Full name Deportes Linares
Nickname(s) Linarenses, Los albirrojos
Founded 19 November 1955
Ground Estadio Fiscal de Linares,
Linares, Chile
Ground Capacity 7,000
Chairman Chile Juvenal Villar
Manager Chile Jaime Nova
League Segunda División
2015-2016 12th (Relegated)

Deportes Linares is a Chilean Football club, their home town is Linares in Chile and play in the 3rd tier of Chilean football, the Segunda División.

The club was founded on November 19, 1955 as Lister Rossel (a famous local pediatrician and amateur sportsman). In 1974 the club name was changed to Deportes Linares.

The year 1992 the team's name was changed again, to be known as Frutilinares.

A new name, this time Linares Unido, was given to the club in 2006. And finally, in 2011, the club took back their current name, Deportes Linares.

2013 squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Chile GK Jairo Castro
2 Chile DF Fredy Vásquez
3 Chile DF Luis Escalante
4 Chile DF Matias Arriagada
5 Chile FW Ignacio Orostegui
6 Chile MF Jorge Orellana
7 Chile FW Felipe Araya
8 Chile MF Fabian Vera
9 Chile FW Javier Parraguez
10 Argentina MF Gonzalo Bravo
11 Argentina MF Nestor Breschia
12 Chile GK Rene Covarrubias
No. Position Player
13 Chile DF Roberto Caceres
14 Chile MF Miguel Saldías
15 Chile DF Freddy Barahona
16 Chile DF Orlando Santis
17 Chile MF Cristian Lincura
18 Chile FW Jorge Quezada
19 Chile DF Andrés Gonzalez
20 Chile MF Nicolas Gajardo
21 Chile FW Francisco Pedraza
22 Chile FW Víctor González
23 Chile GK Luis Caceres


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