A midfielder who provides useful ball-winning protection in front of the defence, Aldo Duscher hails from Argentina, for whom he has won three caps, but has spent most of his career in Spain, the majority of it with RC Deportivo La Coruña. He joined Sevilla FC in 2008.
• Graduated from the CA Newell's Old Boys youth academy to first team, making 31 top-flight appearances for the Rosario club before moving to Europe at age of 19, joining Sporting Clube de Portugal.
• Won Portuguese league in second season, making 28 appearances (all starts) and scoring three goals.
• Left Sporting for Spanish champions Deportivo in €13m deal in 2000; won Copa del Rey in second season at Galician club, coming on as substitute in final against Real Madrid CF at Santiago Bernabéu (2-1).
• Remained with Deportivo for seven seasons, making 157 league appearances and 36 in Europe; scored no goals for Deportivo but on target six times, including five in the Liga, for Real Racing Club in his one season at Santander outfit, 2007/08.
• Left Racing for Sevilla; regular starter in first season but less active in second, making three substitute appearances in UEFA Champions League group stage.
Did you know?
Duscher was the man responsible for breaking David Beckham's metatarsal in April 2002 and jeopardising the England international's participation in that summer's FIFA World Cup.
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