Oscar Alfredo Ustari

Team Pachuca Club de Fútbol Pachuca Club de Fútbol
Position Goalkeeper
Height / weight 1.84 m / 82 kg
Born Jul 3, 1986
Nationality Argentina Argentina
Team History
Pachuca Club de Fútbol Pachuca Club de Fútbol 2020 - present
Liverpool FC (Montevideo) Liverpool (Montevideo) 2019
Club Atlas Atlas 2016 - 2018
Club Atletico Newell's Old Boys Old Boys 2014 - 2015
UD Almeria UD Almeria 2013 - 2014
Sunderland AFC Sunderland 2014
Boca Juniors Boca Juniors 2012 - 2013
Getafe Getafe 2007 - 2012
Club Atletico Independiente Independiente 2005 - 2007
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Oscar Ustari is a professional football player who is currently playing for Liga MX club C.F. Pachuca. He started most of his professional career in Spain with Getafe Club de Fútbol and spent 5 years with them, however, he was prone to injuries at that time. He was also seen playing with the Mexican Liga MX.

Ustari’s Childhood and Personal Life

Ustari was born in Buenos Aries and spent most of his life in the country until the age of 14, where he was playing as a goalkeeping reserve for the Club Atletico Independiente. However, the sudden, untimely death of Emiliano Molina made him replace his position, and was immediately thrown to make a sudden debut against the Newell’s Old Boys in October 2005.

In July 2007, Getafe CF signed Ustari to become their goalkeeper and team up with Roberto Abbondanzieri. Since he was struggling with his spell due to his multiple injuries, he later terminated his contract with the team.

Ustari is currently married to the daughter of the former football star, Ricardo Giusti, who was an Argentinian midfielder.

Transition to International Career

Ustari was one of those players who was chosen to play for the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championships. In 2007, he went to Norway to play a friendly competition against them, and in 2008. he participated in the under-23 campaign for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. However, his venture for the summer Olympics wasn’t successful as he suffered from a severe foot injury.

Achievements:

FIFA U-20 World Cup: 2005
Summer Olympic Games: 2008

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