Jorge Daniel CardaccioFull name: Jorge Daniel Cardaccio Date of birth: 14 February 1959 (1959-02-14) (age 51) Place of birth: Montevideo, Uruguay Playing position: Defensive Midfielder Number: 05 Youth career: 1976 Central Español FC Senior career: 1976-1977 Central Español FC 1977-1978 CA Fênix 1979-1980 Grêmio FBPA 1980-1983 D Toluca FC 1984-1986 IA Sud América1986-1987 Atlético San Cristóbal 1987-1992 C Nacional F Jorge Daniel Cardaccio, the "Cardaccio" born on February 14, 1959, in Montevideo, Uruguay, Cardaccio while playing as a midfielder, although his height was in the rival area where he made repeatedly in the air. Became very important national goals, primarily in the Copa Libertadores 1988.It is also the uncle of the player Uruguayan Mathias Cardaccio, who also played for Nacional, and "inherit" the same name.Recall that the Libertadores Cup final was played on 29 October 1988 in the Stadium Centenario Juan Antonio Scasso, against CA Newell's Old Boys Rosario (Argentina) National formed with: Jorge Sere, Pintos Saldana Revelez, De Leon and Soca. Cardaccio, Ostolaza and Lemos. Vargas, De Lima and Castro. C Nacional F won by 3 to 0 with goals from Vargas, Ostolaza and De León.As player - FootballerHonours - International competitionsC Nacional F -American Champion in 1988 -Intercontinental Champion 1988 Cup Winners Cup 1988 -Inter-American Cup Winners Cup 1988-Seventy Birth Summer Tournament in Mar Del Plata 1989 -Runners-up Super Cup Libertadores 1990 Honours - Statual competitionsGrêmio FBPA -Champions of Gaúchão: 1979 Rio Grande do Sul State Championship: 1979 Honours - National competitionsC Nacional F -Uruguayan National Champion titles in 1992 -Liguilla: 1990 He was notable for his fighting spirit that leads him to overcome any adversity. Very good marker and nodded, went along with the "Basque" Ostolaza leaflets of the team that swept all the championships of the time. The Intercontinental played in Tokyo against PSV Eindhoven of Holland won on penalties after finishing tied 2 to 2 again being Cardaccio holder.The American Cup is little remembered but no less important. National conquered it twice: in 1971 and 1989. In the latter year the team played against Olimpia of Honduras. After tying 1 to 1 of Visitors, March 29 National expired 4 to 0 with goals from Noah (2), Fonseca and Ostolaza.Again in the middle of the field, as in all major National conquests was Daniel Cardaccio.Squad 1988 - Club Nacional de Football01 Seré • 21 Gómez • 06 Revelez • 04 De León • 03 Pintos • 05 Cardaccio • 07 Ostolaza • 10 Castro • 17 Noé • 20 Fonseca • 09 Cabrera • 08 Soca • 11 Peña • DT: Héctor Núñezhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jorge_Daniel_Cardaccio
Uruguaio. Terrível. Chegou como promessa de Falcão, imagina. Uma das maiores furadas da história.
Fazia uma boa dupla com o Sapaccio.
sei pouco sobre esse jogador Uruguaio . era centromédio e nem sei quantas vezes vestiu a camisa do Gremio em campo , eu me lembro de uma ou duas vezes !
Olha esta faltando na letra C o "CAIO CABEÇA"que em 1970 junto com o Gaspar formou a melhor meia cancha que o Gremio já teve era Jadir Caio e Gaspar que ganhou o primeiro Grenal no Beira Rio placar de 3X1 com 2 gols de Caio 1 Scotta e Everaldo contra. sou seu irmçao e gostaria dsta homenagem a ele que está hospitalizado no Santa Rita 5 Andar meu nome Mario Fioravante Goulart gremista.
This is fantastic!
Uruguaio, muito ruim, um gênio da direção declarou que seu futebol era parecido com o do Falcão
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