Osvaldo Nartallo

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Osvaldo Nartallo
Personal information
Full name Osvaldo Darío Nartallo
Date of birth (1972-09-07) 7 September 1972 (age 43)
Place of birth General Belgrano, Argentina
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1990–1992 San Lorenzo de Almagro 10 (0)
1992 Nueva Chicago - (-)
1993 Orlando Pirates - (-)
1993–1994 Beşiktaş JK 37 (13)
1994–1995 Petrol Ofisi Spor
1997 Granada CF
1998 Envigado
1999–2000 Puebla F.C.
2000 Toros Neza
2001 Querétaro F.C.
2002–2003 San Lorenzo (MdP)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19 October 2007.

† Appearances (goals)

Osvaldo Darío Nartallo (born 1972 in General Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina), is a former Argentine footballer.

Nartallo started his career with San Lorenzo de Almagro in 1990, he only made 10 appearances for the club, and left in 1992. His next club was Nueva Chicago in the Argentine 2nd Division.

Later in 1992 he joined Orlando Pirates in South Africa and in 1993 he joined Beşiktaş JK in Turkey, he had a successful time at the club scoring several goals, including one against A.C. Milan of Italy in the European Cup . He also played for in Petrol Ofisi Spor in Turkey.

In 1998 he moved to Spain and played for Granada CF, along with other compatriots, Gaston Lolito and Sebastian Hernán Cattáneo.

In 1999 Nartallo moved to Mexico where he played for three clubs, Puebla Fútbol Club (1999–2000), Toros Neza (2000) and Querétaro FC (2001).

In mid-2001 he wanted to seek new horizons, he nearly signed for a club in Chile but at the last moment the deal fell through. He then returned to Argentina to play for San Lorenzo de Mar del Plata, in the regional tournaments and in the local league, where he played alongside Cristian Daguerre, Gaston Ervitti and Darius Cajaravilla. He retired in 2003.

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