1. Enzo Francescoli became the head of playing personnel for River Plate.
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2. Enzo Francescoli never played for the two biggest clubs in his native Uruguay, Penarol nor Nacional.
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3. Enzo Francescoli is a former Uruguayan footballer and sports director.
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4. Enzo Francescoli is a former Uruguayan football player.
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13. Enzo Francescoli was named player of the tournament, and was elected the best player in South America, at age 34, 11 years after first receiving the honour.
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14. Enzo Francescoli stated in an interview, "[T]he only thing I ask is forgiveness from all Uruguayans.
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16. Enzo Francescoli was named one of the best young players in the world that year, making three appearances in the 1981 FIFA World Youth Championship.
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17. Enzo Francescoli played 73 times for the Uruguay national team scoring 17 goals, between 1982 and 1997.
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18. Enzo Francescoli finished his season with River Plate with a defeat in the 1996 Intercontinental Cup final against Italian side Juventus.
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23. Enzo Francescoli was the leading scorer and a key player for the club's second Copa Libertadores title.
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24. Enzo Francescoli played 73 times for the Celeste between 1982 and his retirement in 1997, making him the most capped outfield player in Uruguayan international football at the time.
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