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Wilson del Valle Severino (born February 25, 1980 in Río Cuarto, Córdoba Province) is an Argentine footballer. He plays as a striker and his current team is the C. A. Atlas of the First "D" of Argentina.
His father is a Brazilian and his mother an Argentine. Emerging from the lower Boulougne Atlético, the Buenos Aires city of San Isidro, failed to debut in the first division of that club. He was traded in 2003 at Club Social y Deportivo Central Ballester, where he played first division club for the first time and stayed until 2005. In that year moved to Club Atlético Atlas of the First "D". Is the leading scorer of the club with 39 goals until the mid- 2009.
A knee injury prevented him from playing for a long period. In record time he recovered and returned to play. An important fact is that, being an amateur, like all of the Atlas Athletic Club, must work to support his family. His occupation is the sweeper on the tracks of the railroad station, Grand Bourg Belgrano Norte.
He scored a goal against Boca Juniors in the year 2007 in the friendly cup Estadio Alberto J. Armando in a 1-0 win against that team. In March 2010 he traveled to Medellin, Colombia, to prove to Independiente Medellín, but was not taken into account to stay in the Colombian team.
- Ortiz, Juan Diego (March 5, 2010). "Wilson Severino ya se prueba en el DIM" (in Spanish). Retrieved March 23, 2010.
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