- Ricardo Lunari
Football player infobox
playername = Ricardo Lunari
fullname = Ricardo Gabriel Lunari Del Federico
height = height|m=1.79
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1970|2|6
San José de La Esquina
years = 1991-1992
Newell's Old Boys
Estudiantes de Mérida
caps(goals) = 42 (8)
pcupdate = 30 October 2007
manageryears = 2008
Ricardo Gabriel Lunari (born
February 6 1970in San José de La Esquina, Santa Fe) is a former Argentine footballer. He was a journeyman footballer playing for eleven clubs in nine different countries. He is currently the coach for Guabirá, a team in the Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano.
Lunari started his career in 1991 with
Newell's Old Boysin Argentina, he was a young member of two championship winning teams before moving to Chilein 1993 to play for Universidad Católica.
In his first season with UC he was part of the team that reached the final of the
Copa Libertadores. He then had short spells with
Atlas and Puebla in
Mexicoand Millonariosin Colombiabefore returning to UC in 1996. In 1997 the club won the . He scored the last goal in the 3-0 final match against Colo-Colo.
In 1998 he joined Spanish club Salamanca in
La Liga, before moving to Portugalto play for Farense.
In 2000 Lunari returned to Argentina to play for Almagro. Towards the end of his career he played for
Oriente Petroleroin BoliviaEstudiantes de Mérida in Venezuelaand amateur side Guspini in Italy.
*Universidad Catolica: 37
*Atlas de Mexico: 6
*Oriente Petrolero: 8
*Estudiantes de Merida: 1
*Copa Libertadores goals: 11
*League games: 368
*Copa Libertadores games: 65
After retiring as a player Lunari took his coaching qualifications, he is a level 1 quilified coach in Italy and took his international coaching licence in
*es icon [http://www.futbolxxi.com/Futbolista.aspx?ID=6571&SEOFutbolista=Lunari+Ricardo+Gabriel Argentine Primera statistics]
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