Jorge Antonio Soto is a retired football player from Peru, who used to be a midfielder. Born on October 27, 1971, in Lima, Peru, Soto, aka “The Camel,” is also known as one of the most memorable figures that played with Sporting Cristal.
Soto’s career as a club player started when he was signed by Deportivo Municipal in 1990 where he stayed for 2 years. During his time with his first club, he was able to make 42 appearances and make 6 goals. He then transferred to Sporting Cristal, where he stayed for 6 years. Although Soto left and returned to Sporting Cristal a number of times, it can be said that among the clubs that Soto played in, he was able to make the most appearances as well as the most goals in the club. In fact, he is known as the highest goal scorer in the history of the club. During his first few years alone, he was able to make 219 appearances for Sporting Cristal, and make 61 goals.
Other clubs that Soto played in include Lanus, Flamengo, San Luis, Alianza Lima, and FBC Melgar. It was with FBC Melgar that Soto was able to play his last few games. While at the club, he was able to make 16 appearances and score 2 goals.
On the international level, Soto has represented Peru numerous times since 1992. He has made a total of 101 caps with 9 goals on the international level. Currently, there has not been a lot of news of what Soto has been doing post-retirement.