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Flavio Davino

Flavio German Davino Rodriguez is a retired Mexican footballer who most notably played for Club Leon and Tecos. He is the son of the former Argentine footballer Jorge Davino, and the brother of Duilio Davino, who plays for CF Monterrey. He appeared with the Mexico national football team in 2001 under the wing of Enrique Meza in an exhibition match against Bulgaria of which was held in Morelia, Michoacan.

Flavio began his career in top flight football with his current club Tecos. On winter 1997, he was transferred to Leon and later to Monarcas Morelia. For eight seasons, he played with Morelia and in apertura 2002. Then he got transferred to Cruz Azul. Flavio now plays for Tecos again, where he now gets regular playing time and is known for his exceptional recovery skills. He retired in 2006 as a player but continues being in the soccer arena, but now to study to become coach.

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