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Jaime Pizarro

Jaime Augusto Pizarro Herrera (born 2 March 1964 in Santiago) is a retired football player who played 53 times for the Chile national team between 1987 and 1993. He currently serves as Sub-secretary of the National Institute of Sports of the government of Michelle Bachelet. He played at midfield principally in the team Colo-Colo, the team where he was crowned champion as a player and as a coach.

On July 30 of 2007 The President of Chile Michelle Bachelet named Jaime Pizarro Sub-secretary of the National Institute of Sports (Chiledeportes), after the resignation of Ricardo Vorpahl.

Pizarro made his debut for the national senior squad on 1986-05-06 against Brazil. He obtained 53 caps, and played the Copa America 1987 final. His last international game was against the national team from Ecuador on June 24 of 1993. His only goal came on 1989-06-19 in a friendly against Uruguay (2-2) in Montevideo.

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