Gastón Cellerino

Forward, Football player

1986 –

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Who is Gastón Cellerino?

Gastón Andrés Javier Cellerino Grasso is an Argentine footballer that currently plays for the chilean club Santiago Wanderers as striker.

Cellerino began his career at the youth ranks of the Argentine powerhouse Boca Juniors, despite of be supporter of the rival River Plate, declaring several years later. In December 2006, he traveled to Peru and signed for Universidad San Martín de Porres of that country's first tier. At San Martín, he scored six goals in 13 appearances, but was not considerated by the team for the following season, and shortly after signed for Uruguayan second division side Atenas de San Carlos.

In January 2008, Cellerino was signed by the Chilean Primera División club Rangers for play the Apertura Tournament of that year. In the following tournament, the Clausura, he was the second top-scorer of the contest along with Néstor Bareiro with 16 goals only surpassed by Lucas Barrios. Including during the same tournament, he scored a bicycle kick goal in the Playoffs semi-finals against Palestino, that was applauded by the referee Carlos Chandía.

Thanks his notable season at the Chilean football, he joined Italian Serie A club Livorno.

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Jun 26, 1986
  • Argentina

on July 23, 2013


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