Diego Forlan is a popular football player from the Nation Uruguay. He was born on 19th of May in the year of 1979.He was born in Montevideo in Urugway. His full name is Diego Forlan Corazzo and is popularly known as Forlan.
People born in Uruguay
Diego Godin, a professional footballer from Uruguay was born on February 16, 1986 in Rosario, Uruguay.In 2003, he initiated playing skillfully at the age of 17. At that time he prepared his initial arrival for the club Cerro
Born on November 2 1980, Diego Alfredo Lugano Morena is an Uruguayan footballer currently working as a free agent and is also the captain of Uruguayan national team. Diego was recently released by West Bromwich Albion.
Diego Perez, a footballer from Uruguay nicknamed “Ruso” was born on May 18, 1980 in Montevideo, Uruguay. Perez started his proficient line of business at the age of 19. Diego contracted his paramount agreement with Uruguayan Defensor Sporting and frolicked for the club from 1999 to 2003.
Luis Alberto Suarez Diaz is the full name for a Uruguayan footballer popularly known as Luis Suarez in the football arena in the world. Luis is a forward in his Current Team of English Premier League club Liverpool from squad No.7 and in the Uruguayan National Team.
Victorio Maximiliano “Maxi Pereira Paez better known as Maxi Pereira is an Uruguayan footballer who is currently playing for S.L Benfica in the Portuguese first division positioning as a right defender.
Oscar Tabarez, full name Oscar Washington Tabarez Sclavo also known as El Maestro (The Teacher) is the manager of Uruguay national team and is a former defender also. He coached his Nation Uruguay from 1988-1990 and again came back for the job in 2006 and has been the head coach since 2006. In his 30 years of coaching years.
Walter Gargano is a professional footballer from Uruguay who was born on July 23, 1984 in Paysandu, Uruguay. Walter started his career at Danubio and frolicked for the club from 2003 to 2007. Through this stint Garagano won 2 domestic championships and inscribed his designation into the three-fold Uruguayan champion’s antiquity.