Ángel Bossio

Ángel Bossio (5 May 1905 – 31 August 1978) was an Argentine football Goalkeeper. He was called "La maravilla elástica" ("The elastic wonder") due to his agility. Bossio was a member of the Argentine team that took part of the 1928 Olympic games and won the silver medal. He also participated in the first ever World Cup in 1930, where Argentina again finished second behind Uruguay. He played for Argentina 21 times between 1927 and 1935. At club level, Bossio played for Talleres de Remedios de Escalada in the 1920s before joining River Plate after the professionalisation of Argentine football in 1931.

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How would Ángel Bossio be described?

Ángel Bossio would be described as Argentine footballer.

How tall is Ángel Bossio?

Ángel Bossio is 178 cm tall.

What is Ángel Bossio subject of?

Ángel Bossio is subject of Talleres de Remedios de Escalada footballers, Footballers at the 1928 Summer Olympics, Olympic silver medalists for Argentina, 1905 births, 1978 deaths, Argentina international footballers, Argentine footballers, Medalists at the 1928 Summer Olympics, Olympic footballers of Argentina, Olympic medalists in football, River Plate footballers, 1930 FIFA World Cup players and Sportspeople from Avellaneda.

What is the gender of Ángel Bossio?

Ángel Bossio is male.

What was or is the position of Ángel Bossio?

The position of Ángel Bossio is or was Goalkeeper (association football).

In which teams was Ángel Bossio active?

Ángel Bossio was active in Argentina, River Plate and Club Atlético Talleres.