|Full name||Roque Raúl Alfaro|
|Date of birth||August 15, 1956|
|Place of birth||Nogoyá, Argentina|
|1975–1980||Newell's Old Boys||274 (total)||(71)|
|1981–1983||América de Cali||92||(29)|
|1987–1990||Newell's Old Boys||(see above)||(?)|
|1993–1995||Newell's Old Boys|
|2005||San Martín de San Juan|
|2007||Talleres de Perico|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 30 October 2007.
Alfaro started his professional career with Newell's Old Boys in the mid 1970s. He was selected to play for Argentina in the Copa América 1979. In 1981, he was signed by Panathinaikos FC in Greece, but returned to South America later that year to play for América de Cali in Colombia where he won two league championships.
In 1983, he returned to Argentina to play for River Plate, he was part of the championship winning team of 1895-1986 and helped the team to win their first ever Copa Libertadores in 1986. The club also won the less prestigious Copa Interamericana during his time at the club.
In 1987, he returned to Newell's Old Boys where he won another league title in 1987-1988. Towards the end of his playing career he had a spell in Chile playing for O'Higgins until his retirement in 1992.
|1982||América de Cali||Colombian league|
|1983||América de Cali||Colombian league|
|1985–1986||River Plate||Primera División Argentina|
|1986||River Plate||Copa Libertadores|
|1986||River Plate||Copa Intercontinental|
|1986||River Plate||Copa Interamericana|
|1987–1988||Newell's Old Boys||Primera División Argentina|
Alfaro has had spells as manager of Newell's Old Boys, Platense, Independiente Rivadavia San Martín de San Juan and Talleres de Perico in Argentina. Outside Argentina he has taken charge of O'Higgins in Chile, The Strongest in Bolivia, Libertad in Paraguay and Olmedo in Ecuador where he led the team to promotion by winning the Ecuadorian Serie B in 2003.
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