|Full name||Roberto Oscar Bonano|
|Date of birth||24 January 1970|
|Place of birth||Rosario, Argentina|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Born in Rosario, Santa Fe, Bonano represented in his native country Rosario Central and Club Atlético River Plate, winning several titles with the latter including five national championships. In 2001, at 31, he moved to FC Barcelona, initially as first-choice; he made his La Liga debut on 26 August of that year, in a 2–1 away win against Sevilla FC.
After the emergence of Víctor Valdés from the Catalans' youth ranks, Bonano was deemed surplus to requirements and signed with Real Murcia, joining Deportivo Alavés in Segunda División in the 2004 summer after his team's relegation. With the Basque, he was instrumental in a 2005 top flight promotion but, in the following campaign, played second-fiddle to compatriot Franco Costanzo, who also played with him at River, as the season ended in relegation.
Bonano's last year at Alavés was highly turbulent, after being suspended by the club's elusive chairman/owner/manager Dmitry Pietrman, after the latter had had a run-in with teammate Lluís Carreras. He retired at the season's close, aged 38.
|1995||Rosario Central||CONMEBOL Cup|
|1996||River Plate||Libertadores Cup|
|Apertura 1996||River Plate||Argentine League|
|1997||River Plate||South American Supercup|
|Clausura 1997||River Plate||Argentine League|
|Apertura 1997||River Plate||Argentine League|
|Apertura 1999||River Plate||Argentine League|
|Clausura 2000||River Plate||Argentine League|
- Bonano se planta ante Piterman y le dejan solo (Bonano confronts Piterman and is left alone); Gara, 21 February 2007 (Spanish)