Juan Carlos Sarnari is an Argentine football midfielder/striker. He was born on January 22 1942, in Argentina. He is perhaps most notable for his 29 goals in the Copa Libertadores making him the 6th highest scoring player Copa Libertadores history.
Sarnari started his career at River Plate at the age of 17. In 1963 he spent a season with Huracan. He returned to River in 1964.
In 1966 Sarnari was selected to represent the Argentina national football team at the 1966 FIFA World Cup.
In 1967 Sarnari moved to Chile where he played for Universidad Catolica and Universidad de Chile (football club), in 1973 Sanari moved to Colombia where he played for Independiente Medellin and Independiente Santa Fe.
Sarnari has been the manager of several clubs in Colombia including El Quindio, Independiente Santa Fe and Once Caldas.
Life after football
Sarnari is now the proprietor of an Argentine style restraunt in Colombia.
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