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Alfredo Moreno

Alfredo David Moreno is an Argentine-Mexican football forward, who currently plays for San Luis F.C. of the Primera Division de Mexico.

Moreno began his career with Boca Juniors, making his debut for the team September 26, 1999. He had a brief but successful stint with the team, scoring 5 goals in the Copa Libertadores 2000 match against Bolivian side Blooming.

At the tender age of 21, Alfredo Moreno joined Club Necaxa (on loan with the option to buy the player in a definite purchase) for the Verano 2001 season. Moreno's debut in Mexico was on January 21, 2001 against Puebla. On his third game, he managed to score his first goal on Mexican soil by the virtue of penalty kick. However, in that same game against Toros del Celaya he was also booked twice and sent off. He scored 6 goals in 472 played for an average of one goal every 78 minutes in a season in which Necaxa failed to qualify for the post-season. The next six months were sort of a drought, for he only scored three goals. Moreno Necaxa did not make the purchase valid and Moreno was back in Argentina playing for Boca Juniors where he stayed there for a year and a half, helping the team to win the 2003 Copa Libertadores de America.

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