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Duilio Davino

Duilio Davino (born Duilio Cesar Jean Pierre Davino Rodriguez is a Mexican football defender, who has recently signed with FC Dallas of Major League Soccer.

Davino was called up to play in the 1995 Pan American games and played for in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. He made his professional debut for the UAG Tecos in 1994. Two years later, he played for the national team's senior side in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. In 1997 he moved to Club America. Davino's success at the club level helped him reach the in France, where he played under Manuel Lapuente, who would later become his coach at America. He is the son of the former Argentine footballer Jorge Davino, and the brother of Flavio Davino, a fellow defenseman who played for UAG Tecos and retired from soccer in 2006.

External links


Duilio Davino at esmas.com

See also

List of current MLS players

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