José Luis Brown dead: Deadly disease! Ex-football world champion died
Argentine football star José Luis Brown is dead. Picture: dpa
The Argentine soccer world champion of 1986, José Luis Brown, has died. The 62-year-old died in a hospital in La Plata, a Provins near Buenos Aires, the consequences of a long-standing Alzheimer's disease.
José Luis Brown dead: scorer of the World Cup finals died in 1986
The greatest success of the former defender of the Argentine national team was the victory of the World Cup. In 1986, he won with his team in Mexico City, the final against Germany 3-2 and even achieved in the 23rd minute, the 1-0 for his blue-white. But this goal should then remain the only international goal of his career.
With Estudiantes de La Plata to the Argentine champion
Brown played for the national team 36 times in total ArgentinaHowever, he does not score another goal for his team. At club level José Luis Brown 1983 Estudiantes de La Plata could celebrate the Argentine championship. After his professional career he served from 2008 to 2011 as assistant coach of the Argentine national team.
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