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Gerónimo Barbadillo Personal information Full name Gerónimo Barbadillo Gonzalez Born 29 September 1954 (1954-09-29) (age 56) Lima, Peru Height 1.72 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in) Playing position Right Winger Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1972–1973 Sport Boys ? (?) 1974–1975 Defensor Lima ? (?) 1976–1982 UANL Tigres 188 (61) 1982–1985 U.S. Avellino 81 (10) 1985–1986 Udinese Calcio 22 (2) National team 1972–1985 Peru 20 (3) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Gerónimo Barbadillo González (born September 29, 1954 in Lima, Peru) is a former Peruvian football player who played for UANL Tigres in Mexico, and for Avellino and Udinese in Italian Serie A. He also played with the Peruvian national team in the 1982 FIFA World Cup. He is nicknamed "Il Patrulla". The number 7 in Tigres has been immortalized to honor Gerónimo Barbadillo. Contents 1 Biography 2 Honours 2.1 UANL Tigres 2.2 Peru national team 3 External links Biography He started playing in 1972 with Sport Boys Callao. In 1974 he moved to play with Defensor Lima. In 1975 he arrived to Monterrey, Mexico to play with UANL Tigres, a team in which he scored over 61 goals in the 6 years he played there. Aside from his goalscoaring, Barbadillo also played 17 Clásico Regiomontano derby matches against Monterrey, main rival. He became team hero and is remembered as a legend. Because he is considered the best player the team has ever had, his number, #7, has been retired and immortalized. Barbadillo then moved in 1982 to Italy to play for Avellino, after his magnificent performance in the FIFA World Cup. He played later for Udinese in 1985-86. He is currently retired and lives in Italy. He's come back to Udine and since 2005 is the person in charge of the youth team of Udinese. Honours UANL Tigres Primera División Mexicana Winner (2): 1977-78, 1981–82 Runner-up (1): 1979-80 Copa de Mexico Winner (1): 1975-76 Peru national team Copa America Winner (1): 1975 External links rsssf: Peru - record international footballers Profile at National Football Teams  Peru squads v · d · ePeru squad – Copa América 1975 Winners (2nd Title) 1 Acasuzo • 2 Aparicio • 3 Barbadillo • 4 Casaretto • 5 Cubillas • 6 Chumpitaz • 7 Cueto • 8 Díaz • 9 González Ganoza • 10 Mélendez • 11 Navarro • 12 Oblitas • 13 Ojeda • 14 Párraga • 15 Quesada • 16 Ramírez • 17 Rojas • 18 Ruiz • 19 Sartor • 20 Soria • 21 Sotil • 22 Velásquez • Coach: Calderon v · d · ePeru squad – 1982 FIFA World Cup 1 Acasuzo • 2 Duarte • 3 Salguero • 4 Gastulo • 5 Leguía • 6 Velásquez • 7 Barbadillo • 8 Cueto • 9 Uribe • 10 Cubillas • 11 Oblitas • 12 González • 13 Arizaga • 14 Gutiérrez • 15 Díaz (c) • 16 Olaechea • 17 Navarro • 18 Malásquez • 19 La Rosa • 20 Rojas • 21 Quiroga • 22 Reyna • Coach: Tim Persondata Name Barbadillo, Geronimo Alternative names Short description Date of birth September 29, 1954 Place of birth Lima, Peru Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to Peruvian association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e