Milton Caraglio

Football, Football player

1988 –

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Who is Milton Caraglio?

Milton Joel Caraglio Pérez is an Argentine professional footballer that currently plays for Argentine Primera División club Arsenal as striker.

He started his football career at Rosario Central youth, being promoted to the first adult team in the 2007 season for play the Apertura Tournament of that year, in where his professional debut came on 17 March against San Lorenzo de Almagro in a 1–0 home defeat and his first goal was scored against Huracán at Buenos Aires during the 2008 Apertura Tournament, scoring the following two seasons, seven goals in 29 games. In July 2010, Caraglio joined West Ham United on trial, making his debut on 28 July when he played for 64 minutes in a 2–0 win against MK Dons. However, he failed to pass the stringent medical that West Ham put him through and he returned to Argentina.

On 2 August 2011, Caraglio completed his move to Major League Soccer side New England Revolution as the team's first ever designated player. After of score three goals in 12 games at the American club, in December of the same year, he signed for Chilean Primera División club Rangers for play the 2012 Apertura Tournament.

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Born
Dec 1, 1988
Rosario
Also known as
  • Milton Joel Caraglio Pérez
Nationality
  • Argentina
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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