Great news for Fernando Cáceres. The ex-footballer has come out of the induced coma in which he has been for 48 hours: «We report that the Mr. Fernando Cáceres He continues to be admitted to the Güemes de Haedo institute. His condition is favorable, since the artificial respirator has been removed and he is awaiting his evolution. From now on, we appreciate the support received », published the account of Facebook of the club that bears his name.
The 51-year-old central defender had suffered a worsening of his health without knowing exactly why, although everything seems to indicate that it was related to the shot he received in the face in November 2009 by a group of robbers who tried to steal your car in Ciudadela, near Buenos Aires. The former player managed to save his life, although he had serious physical consequences that have since forced him to spend long periods in the hospital.
Fernando Cáceres debuted in 1986 in the Argentinos Juniors. In 1991 he was transferred to River Plate, with which he won a league, and in 1993 to Spanish Real Zaragoza. He won the Copa del Rey in 1994 and the Recopa de Europa in 1995. He returned to Argentina in 1996 and played for Boca Juniors. In 1997 he went to Valencia, later to Celta de Vigo until 2004. After playing some games for Córdoba CF, in the Spanish second division, he returned to his country signed by Independiente until 2006 and in 2007 he retired at Argentinos Juniors.
With the Argentine national team He played 24 official matches between 1992 and 1997, directed by Alfio Basile and Daniel Passarella and won the 1993 Copa América in Ecuador.