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Sebastián Rambert

Sebastián Rambert
Personal information
Full nameSebastián Pascual Rambert
Date of birth (1974-01-30) January 30, 1974 (age 40)
Place of birthBernal, Argentina
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1992–1995Independiente51(14)
1995Internazionale0(0)
1996Real Zaragoza20(5)
1996–1997Boca Juniors28(10)
1997–2000River Plate37(5)
2000–2001Independiente11(1)
2001–2002Iraklis11(1)
2002–2003Arsenal de Sarandí3(0)
National team
1994–1995Argentina8(3)
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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of June 2007.
† Appearances (Goals).
Sebastián Rambert
Medal record
Competitor for  Argentina
Men's Football
Pan American Games
Gold 1995 Mar del Plata Team Competition

Sebastián Pascual Rambert is a retired Argentine football striker. He was born on January 30, 1974, in the city of Bernal in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina and is the descendant of French immigrants. In fact, his father, Ángel Rambert, was an Argentine-born forward who began his career with Lanús before transferring to Lyon in France, where he eventually played for their national team after gaining dual nationality.

In 1995 Rambert transferred from Independiente to Inter Milan. He arrived at the club along with fellow Argentine Javier Zanetti, but he did not enjoy the same success as his compatriot. After an entire season without making a single appearance in Serie A he then transferred to Real Zaragoza in 1996, where he finally received his first minutes in Europe. [1] Rambert played only one season in Spain before returning to his homeland to sign with Boca Juniors. This move was followed by stints at River Plate, Independiente and then a return to Europe for a brief season in Greece with Iraklis. He returned to Argentina to sign with Arsenal de Sarandí, where he ended his playing career in 2003.

Since then, he has been an assistant coach to manager Ramón Díaz at Club América and San Lorenzo. He is one of the few players to have played for three of the "Big Five" clubs in Argentina: Boca Juniors, River Plate and Club Atlético Independiente.

Titles

Season Club Title
Clausura 1994 Argentina Independiente Primera División Argentina
Clausura 1997 Argentina River Plate Primera División Argentina
1997 Argentina River Plate Supercopa Sudamericana
Apertura 1997 Argentina River Plate Primera División Argentina
Apertura 1999 Argentina River Plate Primera División Argentina
Clausura 2000 Argentina River Plate Primera División Argentina

References

External links

  • (Spanish) Argentine Primera statistics
  • BBC Sport story about a potential transfer to Hearts
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