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Alberto Jara Saguier

Alberto Jara Saguier
Personal information
Full nameAlberto Isidoro Jara Saguier
Date of birth (1943-09-30) 30 September 1943 (age 70)
Place of birthAsunción, Paraguay
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
1961-1966Rubio Ñú?(?)
1966Red Star Saint-Ouen3(0)
1967-1968Real Mallorca?(?)
1969Olimpia Asunción?(?)
1971River Plate (Asunción)?(?)
National team
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Alberto Isidoro Jara Saguier (born 30 September 1943 in Asunción, Paraguay) is a former football midfielder and coach. Alberto is one of the seven Jara Saguier brothers that played professional football in Paraguay.[1]


As player

Jara Saguier started his career in the youth divisions of his hometown club Rubio Ñú and eventually made the first team, helping the club win the second division tournament in 1963. He was then transferred to French club Red Star Saint-Ouen in 1966, and the following year signed for Real Mallorca of Spain before returning to Paraguay to play for Olimpia Asunción (1969), Libertad (1970) and River Plate de Asunción (1971).[2]

At the national team level, Alberto Jara Saguier was part of the Paraguay squad that competed in the qualifiers for the 1966 FIFA World Cup, which Paraguay failed to qualify.

As coach

Alberto Jara Saguier managed the youth divisions of Olimpia, Cerro Porteño, General Caballero ZC and other small teams in the Ciudad del Este area. He managed the first team of clubs like Sportivo Iteño, Sportivo Isla Pucú, Sportivo Coronel Oviedo, Minga Guazú, Deportivo Boquerón and Club Atletico 3 de Febrero


As player

Season Team Title
1963 Paraguay Rubio Ñú Paraguayan 2nd division


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