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Rubén Glaría
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Full name Rubén Oscar Glaría
Date of birth March 10, 1948 (1948-03-10) (age 61)
Place of birth    ?, Argentina
Height 1.69 m (5 ft 6+12 in)
Playing position Left back
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1968-1975
1975-1979
San Lorenzo
Racing Club
 ? (?)
 ? (?)   
National team
1974 Argentina  ? (?)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 25 November 2007.
* Appearances (Goals)

Rubén Oscar Glaría (born March 10, 1948 in Argentina) is a former Argentine footballer and manager, and now a politician. He played for San Lorenzo and Racing Club and represented the Argentina national football team at the 1974 World Cup.

Glaria made his professional debut for San Lorenzo in 1968, during his time with the club he participated in 4 championship winning campaigns.

In 1974 Glaria was part of the Argentina squad for the World Cup and in 1975 he joined Racing Club.

After his retirement as a player Glaria became a football manager, he worked at a number of clubs in Argentina, including San Miguel, Sportivo Italiano, Chaco For Ever, Villa Dálmine and Atlanta.

Glaria became particularly involved in politics in the 1980s, serving on the campaign to elect Carlos Menem as President of Argentina. He was provincial sports minister for Buenos Aires Province From 1995 he served as the Justicialist Party mayor of José Clemente Paz, until 1999 when he was displaced by a rival group of Justicialists. [1] Glaria lost the internal selection of the PJ and launched his own faction, the Peronist Front. The subsequent election spilled over into a notable violent episode between the factions, which saw gunshots and stabbings, with eight wounded. [2] In 2005 he was a candidate for national senator for the New Party. [3]

Titles

Season Team Title
1968 Metropolitano Argentina San Lorenzo Primera División Argentina
1972 Metropolitano Argentina San Lorenzo Primera División Argentina
1972 Nacional Argentina San Lorenzo Primera División Argentina
1974 Nacional Argentina San Lorenzo Primera División Argentina

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