Pedro Larraquy


Pedro Larraquy

Football player infobox
playername = Pedro Larraquy


fullname = Pedro Omar Larraquy
height =
nickname =
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1956|6|13
cityofbirth = Buenos Aires
countryofbirth = Argentina
currentclub =
clubnumber =
position = Defender & Midfielder
youthyears =
youthclubs =
years = 1975-1987
1987-1988
clubs = Vélez Sársfield
San Lorenzo
caps(goals) = 455 (82)
19 (1)
nationalyears = 1979-?
nationalteam = Argentina
nationalcaps(goals) = ? (?)
pcupdate = October 2007

Pedro Omar Larraquy (born June 13 1956 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine footballer he spent the majority of his playing career at Vélez Sársfield where he set a record number of appearances with 455.

Larraquy started his professional career in 1975, with Velez Sarsfield. He played as a defender at first but in later years he was converted into a midfield player.

In 1979 the club reached the final of the Metropolitano championship only to lose to River Plate. On the strength of his performances Larraquy was selected to represent the Argentina national football team at the Copa América 1979 [ [http://www.rsssf.com/tables/79safull.html RSSSF Copa America 1979] ] .

In 1980 Larraquy suffered a serious injury that prevented him from playing in the Copa Libertadores. In 1981 he enjoyed one of the highlights of his career, scoring 4 goals in a 5-0 win over Gimnasia y Tiro de Salta.

In 1985 Vélez Sarsfield reached the final of the Nacional championship only to lose this time to Argentinos Juniors.

Larraquy left Velez in 1987, having played 455 games for the club, and scored 82 goals. His goals tally leaves him in 5th place in the club's all-time scorers list.Between 1987 and 1988 Larraquy played for San Lorenzo de Almagro, he retired in 1988.

Larraquy went on to earn his coaching licence and currently works as the youth team co-ordinator at Velez.

References

External links

*es icon [http://www.velezsarsfield.com.ar/comunidad/efemerides/Eventos.asp?intMes=6&intDia=13 Short bio on the Velez website]


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