BUENOS AIRES – At the age of 62, former Argentine football defender José Luis Brown died – World Champion of Mexico 1986. According to local media, Brown suffered from Alzheimer's disease.
A former tracker started for Argentina in 36 games. He scored the only goal in the 1986 World Cup final against Germany (3: 2) at the Aztec Stadium in Mexico City, opening the scoring in a corner. The contest was one of the supporters of the trainer Carlos Bilarda and it lacked a minute. With self-control he finished the entire final duel despite a strong shoulder pain.
In Argentina, he also played for Boca Juniors, Deportivo Espanol and Racing, and he also worked at Atletic Nacional, Colombia, at Stade, France, or at Real Murcia, Spain. In 2008 at the Beijing Olympics he was a technical assistant to coach Sergio Batista, who led the "Albicelestes" led by Lionel Messi to win gold medals.
Start greeting José Luis Brown's Tata family. Viniste visited Dubai, with your son and the account you were passing. First of all, I do not believe myself, because I always fight. You will see a lot, Tata. You don't know how sorry I am, Brother. Those of us who enjoy your friendship, never forget you. Hiciste un gol in the end of the world, played with the shoulder, and supposed to promote the copy of the world. Who rests in peace.
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