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Roberto Cabanas

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Roberto Cabanas Gonzalez was a Paraguayan football player who played as a striker.

During his career, Cabanas played for Cerro Porteno of Paraguay, Stade Brestois and Lyon of France, the New York Cosmos (winning the 1980 and 1982 NASL championship and the NASL Most Valuable Player Award in 1983), America de Cali of Colombia (helping the team in reaching three consecutive Copa Libertadores finals) and Boca Juniors of Argentina (winning the 1992 Apertura tournament and the 1992 Copa Masters). Cabanas was also a key player of the Paraguayan national team during the 1980s. He now lives in Cali, Colombia and is happily married with 2 beautiful children.

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