Almirante Brown de Isidro Casanova


Almirante Brown de Isidro Casanova
Almirante Brown
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Full name Club Almirante Brown
Founded 17 January 1922
Ground Estadio Fragata Presidente Sarmiento,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
(Capacity: 18,000)
Chairman Juan Antonio Echeverría
Manager Blas Armando Giunta
League Primera B Nacional
2010-11 6th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Club Almirante Brown (mostly known simply as Almirante Brown) is an Argentine football club from Isidro Casanova in the Greater Buenos Aires, currently playing in the Primera B Nacional, the second level of Argentine football league system.

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Club history

The club was founded on January 17, 1922, with the name Centro Atlético y Recreativo Almirante Brown. The team played in Primera B Nacional between the 1986-87 and 1997-98 seasons, reaching its highest position ever in the 1991-92 season, when Almirante finished 2nd in the table. The club was within one game of obtaining the promotion to play in the Primera División, however Almirante lost the final against San Martín de Tucumán.

In May 2007 Almirante Brown became Primera B Metropolitana Clausura champion, after beating Estudiantes de Buenos Aires in the final match. The fixture was marred by violence and Almirante Brown was forced to start the following season in B Nacional with -18 points as punishment. This punishment eventually saw the team relegated despite a number of good performances which would have seen it finished in 3rd place without the points deduction.

Current squad

As of September 19, 2010.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Argentina GK Gastón Losa
Argentina GK César Monasterio
Argentina GK Lucas Vicentín
Argentina DF Iván O. Centurión
Argentina DF Sebastián Dellaguila
Argentina DF Ezequiel Garré
Argentina DF Joan Carlos Giunta
Argentina DF Daniel Gojmerac
Argentina DF Federico León
Argentina DF Luis López
Argentina DF Walter Mendoza
Argentina DF Jesús Nievas
Argentina DF Hernán Ortíz
Argentina MF Alexis Canelo
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Diego Cisterna
Argentina MF Ricardo Chavarri
Argentina MF José Luis García
Argentina MF Gastón Gimenez
Argentina MF Mauro Marrone
Argentina MF Sergio Meza Sánchez
Argentina MF Pablo Monsalvo
Argentina MF Daniel H. Olmedo
Argentina MF Marcelo Vieytes
Argentina FW Cristian Gutierrez
Argentina FW Facundo Melivillo
Argentina FW Leandro Santucho
Argentina FW Daniel Vega
Argentina FW Mauro Vila

Titles

The squad that won the Primera D championship in 1956.
2006-07, 2009–10
1965
1956

See also

References

External links


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