Ruben Sosa Ardaiz Profile
Widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of Uruguayan football, Ruben Sosa was born on April 25th, 1966, in Montevideo, Uruguay, and began his footballing career with Nacional in 1982, at the age of just 16.
Sosa quickly established himself as a prodigious talent and helped Nacional win the Uruguayan league title in 1983 and 1984. His performances did not go unnoticed, and in 1984, he was signed by Italian giants Lazio.
At Lazio, Sosa formed a lethal partnership with Giuseppe Signori and helped the club win the Italian Cup in 1992. He also won the Serie B title with Lazio in 1987 and was a regular member of the Uruguay national team during his playing career.
Sosa also had spells with Inter Milan, Torino, and River Plate during his career. He was known for his speed, skill, and finishing ability on the field. He was a versatile player who could play as a striker or a winger and had a knack for scoring important goals.
Sosa was also a regular member of the Uruguay national team and represented his country at two World Cups - the 1990 tournament in Italy and the 2002 tournament in Japan and South Korea. He scored five goals in his World Cup career and was a key member of the Uruguay team that reached the round of 16 in 1990.
After retiring from professional football in 2003, Sosa began a career in coaching. He has managed several teams in Uruguay and is widely respected in the footballing world for his knowledge of the game and his ability to develop young talent.
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