Full name: Roberto Alfredo Perfumo
Height: 5-10.5 (180 cm)
Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
Born: October 3, 1942 in SarandÃ, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died: March 10, 2016 in Buenos Aires, Ciudad AutÃ³noma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Affiliations: Racing Club, Avellaneda (ARG)
Roberto Perfumo started out as a midfielder in youth football, playing with River Plate, but later switched to right back. He started his senior career with Racing Club, playing for them from 1962-70, then played for Cruzeiro from 1971-74, and finished his career back with River Plate from 1975-78.
With Racing Club, Perfumo won titles in the Primera DivisiÃ³n in 1966, and the Copa Libertadores and Intercontinental Cup in 1967. He won the Campeonato Mineiro three times with Cruzeiro in 1972-74. Between 1964-74 Perfumo was on the Argentine national team, earning 37 international caps. He later became a football commentator for ESPN Deportes and for the public television show FÃºtbol para todos. Perfumo died tragically. He was dining with fellow journalists at a Buenos Aires restaurant when he fell, striking his head and dying from a skull injury.
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