Néstor Clausen Soccer Defender

Nestor clausen

Néstor Clausen (born 29 September 1962), a native of Arrufo, Santa Fe Province, Argentina, is a former footballer, a 1986 FIFA World Champion, and the current manager for Bolivian first division club Blooming. His ancestors were originally from Ernen, Valais in Switzerland and emigrated to Argentina around the year 1889. In his career, he played for Club Atlético Independiente, FC Sion and with the Argentina was 1986 World Champion. Clausen was the coach manager of Kuwaiti Premier League side Al-Kuwait (season 2009–2010) since he was released from September 2009.

Personal details

Date of birth
September 29th, 1962
Places lived
Santa Fe Province , Argentina
pop. 3,369,365 (2014)

Teams played 3

Neuchâtel Xamax Football

Neuchâtel Xamax Football Club is a Swiss football club, based in Neuchâtel. It was created in 1970 through a merger between FC Cantonal (1906) and FC Xamax (1912). The club plays in red shirts, black shorts and red socks and are currently in the Axpo Super League, the highest Swiss football league. They play their home matches at the Stade de la Maladière. The name Xamax comes from Swiss international 'Xam' Max Abegglen, one of the founding members. After many financial crises, the team was excluded from Swiss Super League in January 2012 and declared bankruptcy on 26 January 2012. In January 2006 the club was involved in a dispute with Leeds United Football Club after the sale of Australian midfielder Joel Griffiths. Leeds approached football's governing body via the FA after Neuchatel Xamax refused to release international clearance for Griffiths despite having agreed to sell the midfielder to United for £28,000. FIFA found in Leeds' favour and General Secretary Urs Linsi signed off the international transfer certificate that gave Joel the green light to begin his playing career at Elland Road.

General club info

Club founded 1970
Swiss Super League
1. Liga Classic

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The Strongest Football

The Strongest is a Bolivian football club based in La Paz founded on April 8, 1908. Their team colours are yellow and black. Although they have a home ground, the Rafael Mendoza Castellón (capacity: 15,000), they play most of their games at the Estadio Hernando Siles, Bolivia's national ground (capacity: 42,000). The club is the second-oldest active football club in Bolivia and the only team to have played continuously in the country's top Division for a century. Its main rival is Bolívar, with whom it plays the La Paz football derby par excellence. In playing style, the club has been renowned for its tenacity (garra). The club was well represented in the Bolivian squad at the 1994 FIFA World Cup, the last such tournament in which the national team participated, by Marcelo Torrico, Gustavo Quinteros, Óscar Sánchez and José Melgar. The Strongest were originally known as "The Strong Football Club", before later becoming "The Strongest Football Club". Its first President and founder was José León López Villamil. Its first championship was in 1911, well before any of the current Bolivian teams had even been created.

General club info

Club founded 1908
Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano
Estadio Rafael Mendoza
1986 -
Estadio Hernando Siles
1931 -

Official website


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Dubai CSC Football

Dubai Cultural Sports Club (Arabic: نادي دبي الثقافي الرياضي‎) is a football club based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The club was in 2007 relegated to the UAE Second Division and played three years in the league, before returned 2010 in the UAE League. Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

General club info

Club founded 1996
UAE Pro League Committee

Official website


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