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Marciano Saldias

Marciano Saldias Barba is a former Bolivian football defender who spent most of his career at Oriente Petrolero.

Saldias joined Oriente Petrolero in 1984. He along other important players like Erwin "Chichi" Romero, Luis Cristaldo and Celio Alves formed an exceptional team that represented Bolivia at club level in several Copa Libertadores editions of the late 1980's and early 90's. Playing for Oriente, he won the national title in 1990. Saldias also had a brief spell with Paraguayan club Cerro Porteno in 1992. The following year he joined Destroyers before returning to Oriente for a second stint in 1994. The Strongest signed him in 1997, but he left after only one season with the atigrados. He retired from football in 1999 while playing for Club Aurora in Copa Simon Bolivar.

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