Nestor Ariel Fabbri (born April 29 1968 in Buenos Aires) is a former football (soccer) defender from Argentina.
Fabbri started playing at the young division of All Boys in 1984, to move to first division Racing Club two years later. In 1987 Fabbri was named Player of the Year of Argentina.
After six seasons with Racing, Fabbri spent the 1992 season with Colombian America de Cali, and the 1993 season back to Argentina for Club Atletico Lanus, before moving to Boca Juniors in 1994. Fabbri played with Boca until 1998, when he was transferred to French first division FC Nantes Atlantique. With Nantes Fabbri won the 1999 and 2000 French Cups, the 1999 and 2001 Champion's Trophies, and the 2001 French Championship.
In 2002, Fabbri moved to En Avant Guingamp, at that time in the French first division. Upon the team's relegation to second division, he returned to Argentina, first to play for Estudiantes in 2003, and then in 2004 to his first team All Boys, where he retired.
With the Argentina national football team, "La Tota" Fabbri played 21 matches, including the 1990 FIFA World Cup, and scored 1 goal. His autobiography has been edited in France.
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