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Oscar López (born 1937)

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Oscar López (born 24 December 1937 in Lanús) is a retired Argentina footballer and football manager.

López started his playing career in 1957 with Independiente. In 1960 he moved down a division to play for Banfield where he was part of the team that won the Argentine 2nd division in 1962.

In 1966 he had an unsuccessful spell with Boca Juniors which was plagued by injuries. He then played for Quilmes before returning to Banfield where he retired in 1971.

López then went on to become a football coach. He has had spells as manager of many teams including Arsenal de Sarandí, Ferro Carril Oeste, Textil Mandiyú, Banfield, Deportivo Español, Quilmes and Huracán in Argentina. He has also coached in Armenia, where he won the league title with Pyunik Yerevan and coached the Armenia national team.

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