Former Argentine soccer player Fernando Cáceres, who played for Argentinos Juniors, River Plate, Boca Juniors, Independiente, Real Zaragoza, Valencia, Celta de Vigo and Córdoba, is hospitalized in a drug coma in a hospital in the province of Buenos Aires.
“Fernando Cáceres, president and founder of the institution, is in a pharmacological coma, interned at the Haedo Institute belonging to the town of Haedo, Morón party. BLACK FORCE !!!”, reported this Wednesday the Fernando Cáceres Fútbol Club.
Zaragoza and Argentinos Juniors sent him through their Twitter greetings and wishes for a speedy improvement to the former defender.
“All our strength and the enormous affection of Zaragoza, always by your side. Strength, Black!”, published the Aragonese club with which Cáceres won the 1994 Copa del Rey and the 1994/1995 Recopa de Europa.
Cáceres also won the Intertoto in 2000 with Celta de Vigo and the Copa América in 1993 with the Argentine National Team.
In addition, he played the 1994 World Cup in the United States with La Albiceleste.
Cáceres made his debut for Argentinos Juniors in 1986 and retired from that same club in 2007 after playing his entire career for teams in Argentina and Spain.
The former Argentine defender suffered a robbery in 2009 and received several bullets, one of them in the head, which left him with physical consequences.
In 2012, Real Zaragoza awarded him the Gold and Brilliant Insignia and in 2016 he was declared an Illustrious Citizen of Sports by the Buenos Aires Legislature.