Francisco Arce

Chiqui Arce
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Personal information
Full nameFrancisco Javier Arce Rol׳n
Date of birth(1971-04-02) 2 April 1971 (age 46)
Place of birthParaguari, Paraguay
Height1.79 m (5 ft 10 â„2 in)
Playing positionRight back
Club information
Current team
Paraguay (manager)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1989-1994Cerro Porte×±o20(4)
1994-1998Grתmio41(5)
1998-2002Palmeiras93(24)
2003Gamba Osaka16(1)
2004-2005Libertad6(0)
National team
1992Paraguay U23
1995-2004Paraguay61(5)
Teams managed
2007-2011Rubio בu
2011-2012Paraguay
2013-2014Cerro Porte×±o
2015-2016Olimpia
2016Guaran×­
2016-Paraguay
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Biography

Francisco Javier “Chiqui” Arce Rolón (American Spanish: [fɾanˈsisko xaˈβjer ˈtʃiki ˈarse roˈlon]; blessed 2 Apr 1971) is normally a retired Paraguayan footballer and trainer. He performed at the proper defender position, contending a complete of 61 situations for the nationwide group between 1995 and 2002; he’s currently the supervisor from the Paraguay nationwide team, starting his second period as trainer from the Albirroja on 1 August 2016.

Career

As player

Arce started his profession in Paraguay using for his natal town membership called 15 de Mayo, in that club he previously his professional debut in age fifthteen. The same calendar year the membership Cerro Porteño known as him therefore he transferred to the paraguayan capital(Asuncion)Cerro Porteño, where he gained the national tournament on three events. He then transferred to Brazil where he performed for big night clubs such as for example Grêmio and Palmeiras and gained international tournaments like the Copa Libertadores. Arce performed for Paraguay in the 1998 and 2002 FIFA Globe Cups and provides appeared 61 situations for his nation. He was well-known for his free of charge kick shot technique, credit scoring many goals in this manner such as through the Globe Glass 2002 where he have scored an excellent freekick against South Africa.

As coach

After retiring from football as a new player, Arce became a coach and managed the Paraguayan second division team Golf club Rubio Ñú, leading the squad to the next division championship in 2008.Arce was appointed while coach from the Paraguay country wide football group in July 2011, but because of poor results within the 2014 FIFA Globe Cup certification, he was sacked in June 2012.In March 2013, Arce was appointed as fresh coach of Paraguayan side Cerro Porteño. He continued to win the Torneo Clausura in 2013 with Cerro Porteño in extremely impressive type, as the golf club went the complete Clausura undefeated. After a 4-1 beat to Golf club Guaraní on 24 August 2014 he remaining Cerro Porteño.On 15 March 2015 Arce was appointed as the supervisor of Olimpia, the arch-rivals of his older golf club Cerro Porteño.A year later on he took the golf club called Guarani where he got just half a year of work getting results, this gaved him his fresh job in the Paraguayan nationwide team

Career statistics

Club

Club performance Group Season Club Little league Apps Goals Brazil Little league 1995 Grêmio Série A 9 1 1996 16 2 1997 16 2 1998 Palmeiras Série A 24 5 1999 10 0 2000 17 4 2001 21 6 2002 21 9 Japan Little league 2003 Gamba Osaka J1 Little league 16 1 Paraguay Little league 2004 Libertad Primera División 6 0 Nation Brazil 134 29 Japan 16 1 Paraguay 6 0 Total 156 30

International

Paraguay nationwide team Year Apps Goals 1995 5 0 1996 5 1 1997 12 0 1998 11 2 1999 5 0 2000 4 0 2001 6 1 2002 8 1 2003 4 0 2004 1 0 Total 61 5

Honours

As player

Cerro Porteño Liga Paraguaya: 1991, 1992, 1994 Grêmio Copa Libertadores: 1995 Rio Grande carry out Sul State Tournament: 1995, 1996 South American Recup: 1996 Brazilian Série A: 1996 Brazilian Glass: 1997 Palmeiras Brazilian Glass: 1998 Mercosur Glass: 1998 Copa Libertadores: 1999 Brazilian Champions Glass: 2000 Rio-São Paulo Competition: 2000

As coach

Rubio Ñú Paraguayan 2nd department: 2008 Cerro Porteño Paraguayan 1st department: 2013 (undefeated) Olimpia Paraguayan 1st department: 2015

Source
Wikipedia
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