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Gimnasia y Tiro

Gimnasia y Tiro
Full name Club de Gimnasia y Tiro
Nickname(s) Albo, Millonario
Founded 29 November 1902 (1902-11-29)
Ground Gigante Del Norte, Salta, Argentina
Ground Capacity 30,000
Manager Luis Rueda
League Torneo Federal A
2013–14 11th
Website Club home page

Club de Gimnasia y Tiro is an Argentine football club, based in the city of Salta. The team currently plays in Torneo Argentino A, the regionalised third division of the Argentine football league system.

Gimnasia y Tiro has played four seasons at the highest level of Argentine football. First came in 1979 and 1981 Nacional championships. Gimnasia finished bottom of their group in 1979 and 6th of 7 teams in 1981. The third season was in 1993/1994. The fourth season was in 1997/98 when the squad promoted to the Argentine Primera División but after finishing 20th (last) in the Apertura and 17th in the Clausura tournaments respectively, Gimnasia was relegated at the end of the season.

Current Squad 2014–15

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
GK Martín Perelman
GK Ariel Paniego
GK Marcos Mamani
DF Luciano Estrada
DF Facundo Vega
DF Gaston Suso
DF Facundo Castro
DF Nicolas Aguirre
DF Ignacio Ameli
DF Leonardo Federico Rodríguez
MF Rubén Villarreal
MF Pablo Saucedo
MF Gastón Valente
No. Position Player
MF Daniel Ramasco
MF Leandro Navarro
MF Vicente Monje
MF Tomás Basualdo
MF Juan Chanquia
MF Franco Flores
MF Miguel Guglielmi
MF Nicolás Gianni
FW Francisco Vazzoler
FW Diego Bielkiewicz
FW Emiliano Piecenti
FW Marcos Navarro
FW Leandro Zárate

External links

  • El Gigante de Salta (Spanish)
  • Unofficial page (Spanish)
  • Albo Mi Vida (Spanish)
  • Gimnasia blog (Spanish)
  • Club's rugby union page (Spanish)

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