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Lucas Castroman

Lucas Castroman is an Argentine football midfielder or forward. He is currently playing with Racing Club de Avellaneda of the Primera Division Argentina.

Castroman began his professional career with Velez Sarsfield in 1997, with Marcelo Bielsa as a coach. His consistent performances in midfield awarded him a lucrative transfer to S.S. Lazio in the Italian Serie A, in 2001. In 2003 he was loaned to fellow Italians Udinese before returning to Velez in 2004.

Castroman, a firm favourite with the Velez fans, reinforced his place in the history of the club by helping the team to win the Primera Division Argentina Clausura tournament in 2005 after the club's run of 7 years without a trophy. During that tournament, Velez' coach Miguel Angel Russo, seeing the team's position of right and left winger were well covered by Jonas Gutierrez and Marcelo Bravo, used Castroman as a second striker. Castroman played at great level in his new position, and was the team's topscorer along Rolando Zarate during the aforementioned Clausura tournament.

Related websites

Racing sign Boca reject Castroman

Argentine Primera statistics

Lucas Castroman website

Player statistics

Career statistics

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