Victoriano Leguizamón

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Victoriano Leguizamón
Personal information
Full name Victoriano Leguizamón
Date of birth 1922
Place of birth Paraguay
Date of death April 7, 2007(2007-04-07)
Playing position Midfielder
National team
Paraguay

Victoriano Leguizamón (born 1922 in Concepción – 7 April 2007) is a former football midfielder and coach from Paraguay.

Leguizamón started his career in his hometown Concepción before arriving in Asunción at the age of 18 to play for C.A. River Plate. In 1945 he signed for Libertad and in the next year he went to Argentina to play for Quilmes A.C. and then for Boca Juniors.[1] In 1950 he came back to Paraguay to play for Olimpia Asunción until 1956.

Leguizamón was part of the Paraguay national football team that participated in the 1950 FIFA World Cup and the 1953 Copa America which was eventually won by Paraguay.[2] He has 19 caps and no goals playing for Paraguay.

As a coach, he managed several teams from his native city Concepción.

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