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Hernan Crespo

Hernan Jorge Crespo (born 5 July 1975) is an Argentine footballer who currently plays for Parma of the Italian Serie A. Crespo has scored over 300 goals in a career spanning 17 years. His honours include an Olympic Games silver medal, a Copa Libertadores, and an English Premier League title.

Crespo made his debut with River Plate during the 1993-94 season, scoring 13 goals in 25 league appearances as River Plate won the Apertura league title. In 1996, Crespo helped River win the Copa Libertadores, scoring twice in the home leg of the final in Buenos Aires.

Crespo left River Plate for Parma in August 1996 after he won the silver medal with Argentina at the 1996 Summer Olympics and finished as the top scorer with six goals. In May 1997, coached by Carlo Ancelotti, Crespo scored 12 goals in 27 matches as Parma finished runners-up to Juventus. He won the 1998-99 Italian Cup and scored the opening goal in Parma's 3-0 UEFA Cup final victory over Olympique de Marseille.

Related websites

Hernan Crespo photo - inter.it

Scoring Record in Champions League - euro.futbal.org

Crespo No Longer a Blue - chelseafc.com

Chelsea let Crespo leave - Football Italia

abc-directory.com Biography of Hernan Crespo

Profile at La Gazzetta dello Sport 2009-10

FootballDatabase profile and stats

BBC profile

Crespo at AFA

Russian fan site of Hernan Crespo

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