Alvaro Pedro Duscher , more commonly known as Aldo Duscher, is an Argentine football (soccer) player with an Austrian passport, who currently plays for the Spanish team Racing. He is renowned for his physical presence on the pitch, infamously breaking David Beckham's metatarsal and was, for some time, touted as a possible replacement for Roy Keane, former 'hard man' of Old Trafford.
Duscher debuted professionally in 1996 with Newell's Old Boys. In 1998 he moved to Europe to play with Sporting Clube de Portugal, where he won the SuperLiga in 2000. He was then signed by Deportivo de La Coruna, ...
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