Uruguay squad copa america 2001

Uruguay squad copa america 2001

National squad
name = Uruguay Squad Copa América 2001
bg = #87cefa
fg = black
country = Uruguay
comp link = Copa América 2001
comp = Copa América 2001 Fourth Place
p1 = Munúa
p2 = Bizera
p3 = Sorondo
p4 = Diaz
p5 = Pérez
p6 = Lima
p7 = Callejas
p8 = Martinez
p9 = Lemos
p10 = Olivera
p11 = Guglielmone
p12 = Berbia
p13 = Gutiérrez
p14 = Curbelo
p15 = Morales
p16 = Anchén
p17 = Rodríguez
p18 = Estoyanoff
p19 = Chevantón
p20 = R.Morales
p21 = S.Eguren
p22 = Dadomo
coach = Púa

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