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Rorys Andres Aragon Espinoza (born 28 June 1982) is an Ecuadorian football goalkeeper who is currently playing at Club Deportivo El Nacional.
Aragon has played his club football in Ecuadorian power Club Sport Emelec from 2001-2004 in his hometown of Guayaquil, where he has impressed in the domestic league as well as international tournaments at club level. He left the club, due to its financial situation and as it was releasing its firm power over the tournament. Rorys then joined El Nacional de Quito from 2004-2006, and although he wished to have more playing time, he was often watching from the sidelines, as he failed to dislodge the club's number one goalkeeper, former national team member Geovanny Ibarra.
Aragon shocked the world, in the winter break of 2006, when he proclaimed to have a contract with Italian giants Inter Milan. Although he did apparently get a contract, he was soon shipped to an unknown Russian club in order to adapt to the European style of football and to stay active in the offseason leading to the World Cup 2006. He has since then been successful in joining the Belgian giants, Standard Liege, although whether he was bought our loaned out from Inter Milan remains a mystery as of press time. He was Standard's number one goalkeeper.
National Football Teams
Player profile - standardliege.be
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