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Raul Gutierrez

Raul Gutierrez Sagredo (born 8 January 1976 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra) is a retired Bolivian football midfielder.

Nicknamed "Pelecho", he began his career at a young age playing for second division club Libertad. In 1995 he transferred to Blooming where he spent the next nine years of his professional career including two national championships obtained in 1998 and 1999. In 2005, Gutierrez was loaned to Cochabamba's club Aurora, just to return to Blooming after one season. During 2007 he played for Destroyers, and despite having a good season he got injured and couldn't finished the tournament. The next year while playing at Blooming for the third time in his career, he announced his retirement from the sport because he suffered from fear to fly, a problem he wasn't able to overcome and became more critical as the years went on.

Gutierrez holds the record for most appearances by a single player wearing club Blooming's jersey with 307 games in first division football.

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