Maximiliano Velázquez

Maximiliano Velázquez is an Argentine left back or left midfielder who plays for . He was born on the 12th September 1980, and made his first competitive appearance for Ferro Carril Oeste, then in the top flight in Argentina, in 1998. After suffering two relegations with the club in crisis, Velázquez moved to Primera side Talleres de Córdoba in July 2003, and on to Lanús in 2004. After six happier years at Lanús – during which he won the 2007 Apertura title – Velázquez moved to Independiente for US$300,000 in July 2010. With Independiente he won the Copa Sudamericana in 2010, before returning to Lanús in 2012 and winning the competition again in 2013. In 2016, Lanús lifted the transitional Primera División title, having set a new appearance record for the club in February that year.

 Position:
Full Back
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
39
  Birth Place:
Concepción del Uruguay
  Preferred Foot:
Left

Maximiliano Velázquez

 Position:
Full Back
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
39
  Birth Place:
Concepción del Uruguay
  Preferred Foot:
Left

Maximiliano Velázquez is an Argentine left back or left midfielder who plays for . He was born on the 12th September 1980, and made his first competitive appearance for Ferro Carril Oeste, then in the top flight in Argentina, in 1998. After suffering two relegations with the club in crisis, Velázquez moved to Primera side Talleres de Córdoba in July 2003, and on to Lanús in 2004. After six happier years at Lanús – during which he won the 2007 Apertura title – Velázquez moved to Independiente for US$300,000 in July 2010. With Independiente he won the Copa Sudamericana in 2010, before returning to Lanús in 2012 and winning the competition again in 2013. In 2016, Lanús lifted the transitional Primera División title, having set a new appearance record for the club in February that year.