Carlos Barisio is confirmed dead at the age of 69.
Carlos was best known as a Argentine footballer (Gimnasia).
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Carlos Barisio
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Personal information
Full nameCarlos Jose Barisio
Date of birth(1951-01-03)3 January 1951
Place of birthSan Fernando, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date of death5 February 2020(2020-02-05) (aged 69)
Playing positiongoalkeeper
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1968โ€“1974River Plate26(0)
1975Gimnasia de La Plata45(0)
1976โ€“1978All Boys59(0)
1978โ€“1983Ferro Carril Oeste140(0)
1983Boca Juniors3(0)
1984Deportivo Armenio?(?)
1986โ€“1987Chacarita Juniors?(?)
1988โ€“1989Belgrano de Parana
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of May 2007
Carlos Josรฉ Barisio (3 January 1951 in San Fernando, Buenos Aires - 5 February 2020) was a professional goalkeeper who retired from football in 1987, after amassing 271 appearances in the Argentinian Primera.
His greatest achievement came as a Ferro Carril Oeste player in 1981, when he set the Primera record for the longest period without letting in a goal. He went 1,075 minutes without conceding, this consisted of 10 complete games and 2 partial games.
Some credit has to go to the defenders in the Ferro team, including; Hรฉctor Cรบper, Juan Domingo Rocchia and Oscar Garrรฉ.
In 1982, he was the goalkeeper when Ferro Carril Oeste became only the second team after San Lorenzo to win the Primera without losing a single game.
Titles
Season
Club
Title
Nacional 1982
Ferro Carril Oeste
Primera Division Argentina
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