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|Full name||Sebastián Andrés Bueno|
|Date of birth||24 October 1981|
|Place of birth||Junín, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|2003||Unión de Santa Fe||?||(?)|
|2005–2006||San Martín de San Juan||?||(?)|
|2006||Inter de Limeira||?||(?)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in Junín, Buenos Aires, Bueno started his career at hometown club Sarmiento. In 2001–02 Apertura (opening) season, he was signed by top division club Banfield which also located in the Greater Buenos Aires. In the next season, he moved to Primera B Nacional side Quilmes. In the 2003 Apertura season (2003–04 "opening" season), he moved to league rival Unión de Santa Fe. In 2004, he moved to Chile for Primera División side La Serena, which is the Chilean "Apertura" season. He then returned to Argentina for San Martín de San Juan in Clausura 2005 and in March 2006 left for Brazilian side Inter de Limeira for Campeonato Paulista Série A2. In October 2006, he left for Italian Serie C2 side Catanzaro. Due to Bueno has EU nationality, he could able to sign by Italian lower division, which the lower divisions club could not signed a non-EU player from abroad. He scored 16 goals in the first season, but in the second season, he just scored 3 times before joined Benevento in January 2008.
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