Ivo Basay

Forward, Football player

1966 –


Who is Ivo Basay?

Ivo Alexis Basay Hatibović is a retired football striker from Chile, who played professional football for seventeen years. Apart from being a regular choice for the Chile national football team in the late 1980s and early 1990s, he played club football for Magallanes, Curicó Unido, Everton, Colo Colo, Stade Reims, Necaxa and Boca Juniors.

During a radio interview with a Buenos Aires sports show, Basay declared his admiration of Chile's former Dictator Augusto Pinochet. At the end of the interview Basay was asked rapid fire one phrase questions, he was asked by the host of the Radio Sports Show “De Caño vale doble” of AM 770 Radio in Buenos Aires, what was his impression of Pinochet, Basay answered that Pinochet was necessary at a time in Chilean history.

On 12 April 2012 Amid club president Hernan Levy's departure and head coach Basay's dismissal, Colo Colo looks to regain its confidence under interim head coach Luis Pérez. .

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Apr 13, 1966
  • Chile
Lived in
  • Santiago Province

on July 23, 2013


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