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Francisco Sá

For the Brazilian municipality in the state of Minas Gerais, see Francisco Sá, Minas Gerais.
Francisco Sá
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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Francisco Pedro Manuel Sá (born October 25, 1945, in Las Lomitas, Formosa) is a retired Argentine football defender.

Sá holds the record for the most Copa Libertadores titles, he won six; 4 consecutive titles with Club Atlético Independiente between 1972 and 1975, and a further 2 with Boca Juniors in 1977 and 1978.


Sá started his career with Central Goya in the lower leagues, he then had a spell with Huracán de Corrientes before joining River Plate in 1969.

In 1971 Sá joined Independiente where he was part of the team that won the Metropolitano 1971 title followed by an unprecedented four consecutive Copa Libertadores titles. He also won the first of his two Intercontinental Cup title in 1973.

In 1976 Sá was transferred to Boca Juniors where he won a further six major titles, 2 Metropolitano, 2 Copa Libertadores, 1 Nacional and 1 Intercontinental Cup. In his time at Boca he played 195 games for the club in all competitions, scoring 2 goals.

After leaving Boca in 1981 Sá played for Gimnasia de Jujuy for one season before his retirement in 1982.


Boca Juniors


External links

  • (Spanish) CONMEBOL interview
  • (Spanish) Boca Juniors profile

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