José Sand

José Sand is an Argentine striker, born on the 17th July 1980, who plays for Lanús. After becoming the highest scorer in the history of River Plate’s youth teams, he made his first team debut on loan for Colón de Santa Fe in 1999. In July 2000 he moved to Independiente Rivadavia, and 2001 brought a spell with Vitória of Brazil. In 2002 he signed for Argentine lower division side Defensores de Belgrano, and returned to River in January 2004. He has moved about a lot: subsequent moves saw him join Banfield, Colón, Lanús, Al-Ain of the United Arab Emirates, Spanish side Deportivo de La Coruna and Mexico’s Tijuana before returning to Argentina, where he had spells at Racing, Tigre, Argentinos Juniors, Boca Unidos and Aldosivi, before rejoining Lanús in 2016. Although a regular scorer in Argentina’s lower leagues and during his spell at Al-Ain, the only club at which he has managed significant numbers of top flight goals in his own country is Lanús.

 Position:
Striker
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
39
  Birth Place:
Bella Vista, Corrientes
  Preferred Foot:
Right

José Sand

 Position:
Striker
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
39
  Birth Place:
Bella Vista, Corrientes
  Preferred Foot:
Right

José Sand is an Argentine striker, born on the 17th July 1980, who plays for Lanús. After becoming the highest scorer in the history of River Plate’s youth teams, he made his first team debut on loan for Colón de Santa Fe in 1999. In July 2000 he moved to Independiente Rivadavia, and 2001 brought a spell with Vitória of Brazil. In 2002 he signed for Argentine lower division side Defensores de Belgrano, and returned to River in January 2004. He has moved about a lot: subsequent moves saw him join Banfield, Colón, Lanús, Al-Ain of the United Arab Emirates, Spanish side Deportivo de La Coruna and Mexico’s Tijuana before returning to Argentina, where he had spells at Racing, Tigre, Argentinos Juniors, Boca Unidos and Aldosivi, before rejoining Lanús in 2016. Although a regular scorer in Argentina’s lower leagues and during his spell at Al-Ain, the only club at which he has managed significant numbers of top flight goals in his own country is Lanús.