- Domingo Pérez (footballer)
Domingo Pérez Personal information Date of birth 7 June 1936 Place of birth Uruguay Playing position Forward Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1957–1961 Rampla Juniors 1960–1961 River Plate 22 (6) 1961–1967 Nacional National team 1959–1967 Uruguay * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Uruguay squad – 1962 FIFA World Cup1 Sosa • 2 Troche • 3 Emilio Álvarez • 4 Méndez • 5 Gonçalves • 6 P. Cubilla • 7 Pérez • 8 Cortés • 9 Sasía • 10 Rocha • 11 L. Cubilla • 12 Maidana • 13 Martínez • 14 Soria • 15 E. González • 16 R. González • 17 Eliseo Álvarez • 18 Langón • 19 Bergara • 20 Silva • 21 Cabrera • 22 Escalada • Coach: Corazo Uruguay squad – 1966 FIFA World Cup
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