|Full name||Wálter Luis Corbo Burmia|
|Date of birth||2 May 1949|
|Place of birth||Montevideo, Uruguay|
|1979–1980||San Lorenzo de Almagro||49||(-)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 26 November 2009.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 3 May 2009
Wálter Luis Corbo Burmia, known as "Corbo", (born 2 May 1949 in Montevideo) is a former professional footballer. He spent many years with Peñarol and the Uruguay national football team. The curriculum, Corbo also won the title of the Teresa Herrera Cup in 1974 for Peñarol and a second time in 1975.
Uruguayan goalkeeper who defended the biennium Grêmio FBPA 77 and 78, lives in his beloved Montevideo, Uruguay, where he works as an entrepreneur in the auto sector. Here in Brazil is still remembered by the fans for being tricolor one of the Champions of Gaúchão of 1977, breaking an eight-year hegemony of Internacional. For the Campeonato Brasileiro, the former goalkeeper appeared in 47 matches, with 25 wins, 15 draws and seven defeats. In 1979-1980, Corbo played in San Lorenzo de Almagro, of Argentina.
As player - Goalkeeper
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Honours - International competitions
- Costa del Sol Cup, Spain: 1975
- Costa del Sol Tournament: 1974, 1975
- "Teresa Herrera Cup": 1974, 1975
- "Mohamed V Cup": 1974
- Transportes Aéreos Portugueses Cup: 1974
- Confraternidad Deportiva Cup: 1973
- Atlántico Sur Cup: 1972, 1973
Honours - Estadual competitions
Honours - National competitions
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