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Ramon Medina Bello

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Ramon Ismael Medina Bello, nicknamed El Mencho, was born April 29 1966 in Gualeguay, Entre Rios, Argentina. He began his professional soccer career in 1986 in Racing Club de Avellaneda. In 1989 he was transferred to River Plate, where he played until 1993. By that time he was part of the Argentinian national team, he won the Copa America 1991 in Chile. He was also part of the national team in the 1994 FIFA World Cup.

He went of to play in Japan for Yokohama Marinos until 1996 when he returned to River Plate. He retired in 1999 in Talleres de Cordoba and after 2 years of retirement surprinsingly appeared playing for Sportivo Dock Sud in the Argentinean Soccer League Fourth Division. In 2005 he played for Juventud Unida where he retired.

World Cup

He appeared in 2 games during 1994 World Cup.

June 30, 1994: Argentina - Bulgaria 0-2 ( In the 67th minute replaced Leonardo Rodriguez )

July 3, 1994: Romania - Argentina 3-2 ( In the 63rd minute replaced Roberto Sensini )


1988 Supercopa Sudamericana (Racing Club)

1990 Primera Division Argentina (River Plate)

1991 Apertura (River Plate)

1991 Copa America (National Team)

1993 Apertura (River Plate)

1993 Copa America (National Team)

1996 Copa Libertadores de America (River Plate)

1996 Apertura (River Plate)

1997 Clausura (River Plate)

1997 Apertura (River Plate)

1997 Supercopa Sudamericana (River Plate)

1998 Primera B Nacional (Talleres de Cordoba)

External links

Unofficial site

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