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Santiago Solari

Santiago Solari
Complete Name: Santiago Hernán Solari
Nationality: Argentinian
Place of Birth: Santa Fe, Argentina
Date of Birth: 07/10/1976
Height: 185 cm
Weight: 75 kg
National Team: Argentina
Current Club: Inter Milan
Position: Midfielder


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Club career history

Newell's Old Boys (Argentine), Renato Cesarini (Argentine), River Plate (Argentine), Atletico Madrid (Spain), Real Madrid (Spain), Inter Milan (Italy)


2002 Intercontinental Cup winner (Real Madrid)
2002 European SuperCup winner (Real Madrid)
2002 Champions League winner (Real Madrid)
2001 Primera.. League Champions (Real Madrid)
2003 Primera.. League Champions (Real Madrid)
2006 Italian Cup winner (Inter Milan)
2002 League Cup Finals (Real Madrid)
2004 League Cup Finals (Real Madrid)


Santiago Hernán Solari (b. October 7, 1976 in Santa Fe Province) is an Argentine football player, who currently plays left midfielder for the Italian Internazionale, and the Argentina national team.

El Indiecito Solari played for Newell's Old Boys and local amateur Renato Cesarini before moving to Buenos Aires' CA River Plate in 1996. After 3 seasons with River Plate he transferred to Spanish Atlético de Madrid and, upon the club's relegation in 2000, Solari moved across the city to Real Madrid.

Although he struggled with form in the his first season with his club, he established himself in the 2001/2 season, playing an important role in Real's successful UEFA Champions League campaign. Yet he was relegated to primarily playing a substitute's role in 2002/3; he nevertheless helped Real win yet another Spanish League title. Even though he recovered his starting position with the club in 2003/4, Real's season was disappointing as they stumbled to a fourth place finish in Spain, and failed to win any domestic or international title. Real Madrid fans always supported Santiago Solari, even when he didn't have a big participation, perhaps because he used well the few minutes he got to play.

After the 2004/05 season, Inter Milan signed Solari for free on a 3 year contract. Before starting with Newell's Old Boys, Solari played one year of college soccer at Richard Stockton College, making him the only college soccer player to have won the UEFA Champions League.

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