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Juan Carlos Sanchez

Juan Carlos Sanchez is a former Argentine - Bolivian football striker who played most of his career in the Bolivian League.

Sanchez started his career with Argentine club Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy in 1972. By 1979, he moved to Bolivia to play for Guabira, where in 1980 he became the topscorer in the Bolivian league for the first time by netting 21 goals; his impressive scoring ability bought him a transfer to Blooming, where he would spent the best years of his professional career. Playing for this club he scored 136 goals in five seasons, including the league topscorer in 1981 and 1983.

In 1984 Sanchez helped Blooming win the Bolivian title, and in 1985 he became the Copa Libertadores topscorer with 11 goals, 6 of which came in an 8-0 victory over Deportivo Italia which set a Copa Libertadores record.

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