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7 Paraguayan soccer players who adopted Mexican nationality

we present yous 7 Paraguayan soccer players who adopted Mexican nationality; elements that fell in love with the country and after spending

7 Paraguayan soccer players who adopted Mexican nationality


we present yous 7 Paraguayan soccer players who adopted Mexican nationality; elements that fell in love with the country and after spending many years in Liga MX, ended up with a double passport.

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Some of them quite remembered, others with less reflectors; but without a doubt, there are many Paraguayan soccer players who have passed through Mexican soccer throughout its history. Probably the most emblematic Guarani is José Saturnino Cardozo with the Red Devils of Toluca.

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The Paraguayan-Mexicans

So these are 7 Paraguayan soccer players who adopted Mexican nationality; although in the history of Aztec soccer there have been such cases. However, it is important to remember that they must spend a period of five years living on Mexican soil in order to access this privilege.

Darío Verón and Osvaldo Martínez, two Paraguayans who became Mexicans

Hugo Enrique Kiese: He represented the Paraguayan National Team, but the footballer who became great in Americabesides that he played for Tecos and Atlas He requested Mexican nationality at the time.

Paul Aguilar: A central defender who made a career with San Luis, Xolos from Tijuana, America and Cruz Azul. He was also part of the Guarani national team, but the vast majority of his career was spent in Mexico.

Dario Veron: A legend of UNAM Cougarsthe only team with which he played in Mexico and that earned him the Aztec nationality.

Edgar Benitez: He went through several teams like Pachuca, Toluca and Queretaro, reason that led him to have a long career in Mexico. Without a doubt, he was one of the strikers who spent the most time in Aztec soccer with this nationality.

Osvaldo Martinez: Element that had very good moments in Monterrey, Atlante and America, also played in other clubs such as Queretaro, Puebla and Santos Laguna. For obvious reasons, she applied for Aztec nationality.

Silvio Borjas: Little known about this central defender, but he was in Cruz Azul and the subsidiary of Hidalgo, for what was done with Mexican nationality at the time.

Gustavo Ramirez: Most of his career was spent in Mexican soccer with teams like Dorados, Alebrijes, Lobos BUAP, Miners from Zacatecas, Zacatepec, Morelia, Cimarrones, Tecos and Roadrunners in second division. In the maximum circuit he was in Leon and Pachucawon a Copa MX and a Liga MX.

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