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Francisco Santiago Reyes

Francisco Reyes
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Full nameFrancisco Santiago Reyes Villalba
Date of birth(1941-07-04)July 4, 1941
Place of birthAsunción, Paraguay
Date of deathJuly 31, 1976(1976-07-31) (aged 35)
Place of deathAsunción, Paraguay
Playing positionMidfielder / Central defender
Senior career*
1961–1962Presidente Hayes[1]
1964River Plate
1966Atlético de Madrid
National team
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Francisco Santiago Reyes Villalba, commonly known as Francisco Reyes (July 4, 1941[2] – July 31, 1976[3]), was a Paraguayan football midfielder and central defender, who played in several top level clubs and in the Paraguayan national football team.


Born in Asunción, he started his career playing for Olimpia, winning the Primera División Paraguaya in 1962 and in 1965.[3] Reyes joined Brazilian club Flamengo in 1967, helped the club to win the Campeonato Carioca in 1972, and left at the end of 1973.[2] He retired while defending Olimpia, winning the Paraguayan League in his last season, in 1975.[3]

National team

He played 13 games for the Paraguayan national team between 1961 and 1966[2]






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