Uruguayan football player

Guglielmone and the second or maternal family name is Gómez. In this spanish name, the first or agnate surname isand the second or maternal family appoint is Walter Fernando Guglielmone Gómez ( spanish pronunciation : [ ˈwalteɾ ɣuɣljelˈmone ] ; [ a ] born 11 April 1978 ) is a uruguayan former professional football player who played as a forth. During his career, Guglielmone has played for clubs in Uruguay, France, Azerbaijan, Mexico, Paraguay and China. He made two appearances for the Uruguay national team in 2001.

Club career [edit ]

Guglielmone began his career in Uruguay, making his debut for Nacional de Montevideo in 1999. [ 1 ] After a year with them, he moved to Frontera Rivera, followed the adjacent year by another motivate to Montevideo Wanderers. Guglielmone left Uruguay to join AC Ajaccio in the french Ligue 1 for the 2002–03 season, appearing 17 times and scoring precisely once, in the bet on against Sedan on 24 August 2002. [ 2 ] however, after just a class in France, he returned to Uruguay, where he played for Danubio during the first half of 2004. He joined Pachuca for the 2004 Apertura, finishing the season with three goals in 11 games played, 6 starts. In 2007, Guglielmone joined Azerbaijan Premier League side Inter Baku, becoming the first romance american to play for the club. [ 1 ] Guglielmone spent two season with Inter and was the clear goalscorer during the 2008–09 season. [ 3 ] For his one-third temper in Azerbaijan, Guglielmone moved to Baku rivals, Neftchi Baku. After leaving Neftchi Baku in the summer of 2010, he joined Club Guaraní of the Paraguayan Primera División in July 2010. In July 2011, after one season back at Wanderers, Guglielmone was released. [ 4 ] Five months late, on 21 December 2011, Guglielmone joined brazilian side Pelotas. [ 5 ] On 31 March 2012, Guglielmone received a red tease for shoving teammate Douglas Silva doubly in the confront in a Campeonato Gaúcho match against Caxias. [ 6 ] After leaving Pelotas, Guglielmone signed with Beijing BIT in the chinese Jia League. [ 7 ]

International career [edit ]

Guglielmone appeared doubly for the Uruguay national team, with his debut coming on 19 July 2001 against Honduras in the 2001 Copa América. His second base appearance came 9 days belated in the Third-place equal besides against Honduras. [ 8 ]

personal life [edit ]

He is the older stepbrother of Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani. [ 9 ]

career statistics [edit ]

club [edit ]

International [edit ]

Appearances and goals by national team and year[10][11]
National team Year Apps Goals
Uruguay 2001 2 0
Total 2 0

Honours [edit ]

club [edit ]


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  • Uruguayan Primera División: 2004

Inter Baku

individual [edit ]

Notes [edit ]

  1. ^Guglielmone is pronounced [ɡuɣljelˈmone] In isolation, is pronounced
  • Walter Guglielmone at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Walter Guglielmone at Soccerway

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