Guillermo Farré

Guillermo Farré is an Argentine midfielder who plays for Mitre. He was born on the 16th March 1981, and began his professional career with Central Córdoba de Rosario, then in the Torneo Argentino A (third division), in 2002. He remained with Central Córdoba until 2007, when he moved to Belgrano de Córdoba, who at the time were in the B Nacional (second division). In 2011, Belgrano won an historic promotion in a playoff which saw River Plate relegated, and Farré scored the second leg goal which put the tie beyond River, etching his place in Belgrano folklore.

 Position:
Defensive Midfielder
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
39
  Birth Place:
Colón

Guillermo Farré

 Position:
Defensive Midfielder
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
39
  Birth Place:
Colón

Guillermo Farré is an Argentine midfielder who plays for Mitre. He was born on the 16th March 1981, and began his professional career with Central Córdoba de Rosario, then in the Torneo Argentino A (third division), in 2002. He remained with Central Córdoba until 2007, when he moved to Belgrano de Córdoba, who at the time were in the B Nacional (second division). In 2011, Belgrano won an historic promotion in a playoff which saw River Plate relegated, and Farré scored the second leg goal which put the tie beyond River, etching his place in Belgrano folklore.