Javier Luciano Margas Loyola (born 10 May 1969 in Santiago de Chile) is a former Chilean football defender who played 63 times for the Chile national team. He played the four games for Chile at the 1998 FIFA World Cup. He also made appearances on the "Rest of the world" all-stars team. Margas was famous for dyeing his hair in different colors and shapes (most notably with the Chilean Flag colors).
Margas experienced the most successful period in his career with his first club Colo-Colo where he was part of four league championship winning squads, and was part of the famous Copa Libertadores win in 1991, as well as two other international tournaments.
In 1995 Margas joined Club America in Mexico but didn't settle, returning to Colo-Colo in 1996. He then joined Universidad Catolica where he was part of the squad that won the Apertura 1997 championship
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