Category:People from Morón Partido
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The following 41 pages are in this category, out of 41 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 41 pages are in this category, out of 41 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Lorenzo Massa – Lorenzo Bartolomé Massa was an Argentine Catholic priest, mostly notable for being one of the main founders of Club San Lorenzo de Almagro and scout group Don Boscos Argentinian Explorers. Lorenzo Bartolomé Massa was born in Morón, Buenos Aires, Argentina and his sisters were Ángela and Blanca, and were also religious. On February 13,1898, he was ordained to the priesthood by Priest Joseph Vespignani, in 1900, Massa took his first job as a Salesian of Don Bosco Agricultural School in Uribelarrea until October 1902. Then Massa continued at the College Pius IX as a teacher, in 1908 he was appointed as manager of the Oratorio San Antonio, in 4050 Mexico Street in the Almagro neighborhood of Buenos Aires. During 1908, Massa met a group of boys from the neighborhood named Los Forzosos del Almagro led by a man named Federico Monti. This name defines virtue of force in the game of football, facing the drawbacks of playing in the street, the priest offered to let them play in the Oratory of San Antonio. This event would be the stage of the founding of Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro. On December 14,1875, the first 10 Salesians came to Argentina, since then, in every city settled, they created works and activities for youth. The work of the Salesians continued to grow in the formation of Oratorios, between 1908 and 1914, the bands, the brackets and Battalions Gymnasts, recorded brilliant pages. In all this, the need to form a stable body. From that moment, the theoretical and organizational framework of Dom Boscos Argentinian Scouts outlined, besides participating in the creation, was the first Chaplain Battalion No.1. On Sunday February 28,1915, the announcement of a hike, is it possible to join this noble institution with our charism. He presented his draft form, with the children of this company, on Sunday March 7, after Mass, the children invited were present to join the Childrens Battalion. The name originally adopted Child Battalion was the Defenders of the Fatherland, Father Vespignani undertook personally to obtain the appropriate approval of the Superior Chapter of the Salesians of Don Bosco. Some time later, Father Joseph Vespignani called Father Lorenzo Massa, on August 14,1915, the solemn inauguration of the new school building Saint Francis of Sales, located at the corner where the streets Hipólito Yrigoyen and Yapeyú was placed. Thus, for a few minutes the honor guard of the Presidents Office were not the traditional Regiment of Mounted Grenadiers, everything became a reality on August 14,1915, the celebration of the centenary of the birth of Don Bosco. And stressed, You shall preserve lifelong autonomy and self-regulation, before the end of year 1, and the battalion had 165 explordores in uniform and perfect discipline, by whom was the first Captain and Chief of the General Command, Mr. Ramón Cortés Conde. That same year, Father Joseph Vespignani drafted by the Law of Scouts Honor of Don Bosco, on the morning of October 31,1949, Massa did not open the door of his room in Buenos Aires
2. Claudio Borghi – Claudio Daniel Borghi Bidos, nicknamed Bichi, is a Chilean-Argentine football manager and former player who played as an attacking midfielder. He has been active as a player and coach mostly in Argentina and Chile, Borghi started his career as an attacking midfielder for Argentinos Juniors in the early 1980s. He was considered a young star for Argentina and tipped by many to be on a level with Diego Maradona. Borghis exceptional performance in the 1985 Intercontinental Cup final drew the attention of A. C. Milan president Silvio Berlusconi, and Borghi was signed for the club in 1987. Borghi was drafted in alongside Dutchmen Marco van Basten and Ruud Gullit, afterwards Borghi left Italy and tried his luck in Switzerland with Neuchâtel Xamax, before returning to South America where he played for River Plate, Flamengo and Independiente. Eventually he wound up in Chile, winning the Recopa Sudamericana and Copa Interamericana with Colo-Colo in 1992, and concluded his playing career with Santiago Wanderers in 1999. Borghi was called up to the Argentina national team for the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico, after retiring as a player, Borghi started a career as a manager in Chile, between 2004 and 2005 he worked as the coach of Audax Italiano. In 2006 Borghi was appointed as the coach of Colo-Colo and he led the team to four consecutive league championships between 2006 and 2007. He also led the club to the final of the 2006 Copa Sudamericana, in June 2008, Borghi returned to Argentina to become the 19th coach of Independiente in the last 10 years. Borghi was unable to accomplish a winning campaign and resigned from the position on 5 October 2008 following, while at Independiente, Borghi managed the team for 17 matches, winning 4, drawing 9, and losing 4. In the 2010 Clausura championship, Argentinos recorded a 6–3 win against Lanús in their second fixture of the campaign and they sealed their first domestic championship in 25 years with a 1–2 away win against Huracán in the Estadio Tomás Adolfo Ducó. This championship was Borghis fifth title with the club, considering the four he had won as a player in the mid-1980s, however, he decided to leave Argentinos at the end of the tournament. On 21 May 2010 Boca Juniors signed Borghi as their new head coach and his period in Boca was short however, as he resigned on 17 November, after obtaining 17 points over 42 possible in his 14 official games. His departure was subsequent to a 0–1 defeat to River Plate in the 2010 Aperturas Superclásico, on 14 November 2012, Borghi was sacked after poor performances, including six straight losses, three in the World Cup qualifiers, and three in international friendlies. Argentinos Juniors Torneo Clausura,2010 South American Coach of the Year,2006 Claudio Borghi – FIFA competition record Claudio Borghi at National-Football-Teams. com Futbol Factory profile
3. Reynaldo Bignone – Reynaldo Benito Antonio Bignone is a retired Argentine general who served as dictatorial President of Argentina from July 1,1982, to December 10,1983. In 2010, he was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in the kidnappings, torture, along with Basilio Lami Dozo and Omar Graffigna, he is one of the last surviving members of the military dictatorship. Reynaldo Benito Antonio Bignone Ramayón was born in Morón, Buenos Aires, enlisting in the Argentine Army in 1947, he enrolled at the prestigious National War College, and was stationed in Spain. After numerous assignments, Bignone returned to Argentina to be named head of the General Viamontes Infantry Regiment in 1964, and later directed the National War College. An August 1975 reshuffling of the Armed Forces High Command by President Isabel Martínez de Perón resulted in the appointment of General Jorge Videla to the post of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. A quiet career military officer, Videla brought with him a number of protégés, among them Brigadier General Bignone, the military reacted to worsening economic and security conditions by conducting a March 24,1976 coup détat against Mrs. Perón. On March 28, Bignone led a regiment into the Alejandro Posadas Hospital in the western Buenos Aires suburb of Haedo and he converted a wing in the respected medical facility into his personal Chalet. Bignones quiet administration of the facility earned him a promotion as head of Area 480, a detention center in Argentinas most important military training base. Of the 4,000 prisoners detained at the facility during his 1976–78 tenure,50 survived and he was appointed as Director of Military Institutes by President Videla in 1980. Bignone retired from the Armed Forces following Videlas decision to power to General Roberto Viola in March 1981. Argentinas defeat by the United Kingdom in the Falklands War on June 16,1982, led not only to President Galtieris resignation, the Chiefs of Staff of all three services resigned. Bignones association with Videla, and his low profile before and after retirement, josé María Dagnino Pastore, as Minister of the Economy. Dr. Domingo Cavallo, a young, relatively unknown former adviser, was appointed as head of the Argentine Central Bank, Dagnino Pastore canceled his predecessors wage freeze. He attempted, with partial success, to curb the growing wave of exports transacted outside official channels. This practice, designed to take advantage of the rapidly plummeting peso, deprived national coffers of foreign exchange and tax revenue on around 90% of Argentinas soy harvest. The policy, instituted in 1980, tied adjustable loan installment to the value of the US dollar in Argentina and it had forced Argentine banks to write off billions in domestic business and mortgage loans, and forced thousands of homeowners out of their homes. Cavallo rescinded Circular 1050 days into his tenure, Cavallo also inherited a foreign debt installment guarantee program that shielded billions of private debt from the collapse of the peso, costing the treasury billions. Uncomfortable with the media, Bignones press statements were halting and laconic, leaving doubts as to the most pressing issue of the day and his loosening of certain free speech restrictions also put his regimes unpopularity in evidence and the newsstands brimmed with satirical publications
4. Leopoldo Galtieri – Leopoldo Fortunato Galtieri Castelli was an Argentine general and President of Argentina from 22 December 1981 to 18 June 1982, during the last military dictatorship. The death squad,601 Intelligence Battalion, directly reported to him and he was removed from power soon after the British re-took the Falklands Islands, whose invasion and occupation he had ordered. Galtieri was an Italian Argentine born to working class immigrant parents, at 17 he enrolled at the National Military Academy to study civil engineering, and his early military career was as an officer in the engineering branch. As well as rising through the ranks of the Military, he continued his studies in engineering until the mid-1950s, in 1958, he became a professor of engineering at the Senior War College. Galtieri was married to Lucía Noemí Gentili, and the couple had one son, in 1975, after more than 25 years as a combat engineer, Galtieri became commander of the Argentine engineering corps. Torture and mass executions were both commonplace, the economy, which had been in dire condition prior to the coup, recovered for a short time, then deteriorated further. In March 1981, Galtieri visited the United States and was warmly received, National Security Advisor Richard V. Allen described him as a majestic general. His support for this initiative allowed Galtieri to remove a number of rival generals, in December 1981, he rose to the Presidency of Argentina in a coup that ousted General Roberto Viola. Argentine support became the source of funds and training for the Contras during Galtieris tenure. Galtieri retained direct control of the army whilst President of the governing Military Junta and he appointed conservative economist and publisher Roberto Alemann as Economy Minister. Alemann inherited an economy in recession in the aftermath of José Alfredo Martínez de Hozs economic policies of the late 1970s. Alemann slashed spending, began selling off government-owned industries, enacted a tight monetary policy, suárez Masons turn at YPF would help result in a US$6 billion loss for the company – the largest recorded corporate loss in the world, up to that point. Galtieri instituted limited political reforms which allowed the expression of dissent, the UK and other countries condemned the forcible annexation, while Peru and other Latin American countries supported it. Initially the invasion was enormously popular in Argentina, and the demonstrations were replaced by patriotic demonstrations in support of Galtieri. On 2 April 1982, the first day of the invasion, a group gathered in the historic Plaza de Mayo, across from the Casa Rosada. After a while, Galtieri showed up on one of the balconies and raised his hands to cheer the small group of supporters. A few minutes later, a siren was heard and many started to flee in panic, reminiscent of the tough repression that happened just a few days before in the same place. After diplomatic pressure and negotiations on 3–4 April led nowhere, the UK government, led by the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and they deployed a combined army and naval task force to do so
5. Diego Capusotto – Diego Esteban Capusotto is an Argentinian TV presenter, actor, and humorist who is noted for his participation in TV shows like Cha Cha Cha, Todo por dos pesos, and Peter Capusotto y sus videos. Diego Capusotto was born in Castelar, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina on September 21,1961, but moved to the Villa Luro neighborhood of Buenos Aires when he was 7, at 25, he began to study acting at the Arlequines Theater. He has starred in several movies, the first, Zapada, una comedia beat, was not released commercially. He followed up with Mataperros, India Pravile, Soy tu aventura, Dos ilusiones and Regresados and his most recent film was Pajaros Volando. His television career began in 1992 with De la cabeza, a series in which he worked with actors and comedians like Alfredo Casero, Fabio Posca, Mex Urtizberea, Todo por dos pesos went off the air in 2002. In 2003, Capusotto played an ill person in the series Sol Negro, produced by Sebastián Ortega and with performances by Rodrigo de la Serna and Carlos Belloso. The show was followed by Qué noche Bariloche, which premiered in 2006, the program has become a cult hit, and video clips from the show are frequently viewed on YouTube. On December 17,2007, after Peter Capusotto y sus videos was nominated for the Clarín Awards, Capusotto received awards in the Musical Performance and Best Comedy Program categories. On July 2,2008, at the Martín Fierro Awards he received the award for Best Comedy Performance for Peter Capusotto, on 2009, he again received a Martín Fierro Award for Best Comedy Performance for Peter Capusotto and his videos. 2013 Martín Fierro Awards Best work in humor Capusotto is married to María Laura, with whom he has 2 daughters, Elisa and he is a big fan of the Racing Club soccer team. He currently resides in the Barracas district of Buenos Aires and he had two brothers, but both are deceased. His older brother died of peritonitis, and his brother died of complications from Prader-Willi syndrome at the age of 2. The vast majority of this article was translated from its version on Spanish Wikipedia
6. Cristian Daniel Ledesma – Cristian Daniel Ledesma is an Argentine-born Italian footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Ternana. A dual citizen of Argentina and Italy, he appeared with the national team in November 2010. Ledesma is perhaps best known for his nine years at Italian club Lazio, born in Morón, Buenos Aires, Ledesma grew up in Puerto Madryn, in the province of Chubut. He later returned to the capital, joining the system of Boca Juniors in 1997 at the age of 14. In 2001 Ledesma moved to Italy and joined Lecce, whose sporting director Pantaleo Corvino decided to bring him to Salento. Initially assigned to the Primavera squad, he made his first team – and Serie A – debut on 10 March 2002, after suffering relegation, Ledesma was definitely promoted to the main squad. He scored his first goal for the club on 1 December 2002, Ledesma appeared in 29 matches during the campaign, as Lecce returned to the top tier at first attempt. He scored his first goal in the category on 9 November 2003. Ledesma was an ever-present figure for the Giallorossi during the following campaigns, in July 2006, after suffering another relegation, Ledesma signed a four-year deal with Lazio, for a €5.3 million fee. He made his debut for the club on 19 August 2006, during his first season in the capital, Ledesma established himself as a key player despite a difficult start. His first moment of magic came in the December 2006 Derby della Capitale against historical rivals AS Roma and he continued this good form until the end of the season, by which time Lazio had qualified for the UEFA Champions League. He successively served as vice-captain, and was a protagonist in Lazios winning Coppa Italia 2008–09 campaign and this was however turned down on 26 January 2010 on the grounds that Ledesma was occasionally involved in first-team activities. Since his return on the pitch, Ledesma immediately established himself back into being a key player for the biancazzurri, on 23 August 2010, Ledesma signed a new contract with Lazio, extending his link until 2015. In his 2010–11 campaign, he was one of the protagonists of Lazios surprising start that led the Rome club to top the Serie A table for a few weeks between October and November. Lazio ended their 2011–12 season campaign qualifying once again for Europa League, on 1 July 2015 Ledesma was released, after not having his contract renewed. He appeared in 318 matches and scored 14 goals for Lazio, on 28 August 2015 Ledesma agreed to a contract with Brazilian club Santos. He made his debut for the club on 18 October, coming on as a substitute for Renato in a 3–1 home win against Goiás. On 6 January 2016, after being used, Ledesma rescinded his link
7. Lucas Mareque – Lucas Armando Mareque Buccolini is an Argentine football left back who plays for Barracas Central in the Argentine Primera B. Mareque started his career with River Plate in 2004, in 2007, he was transferred to Porto, where he made his league debut against União de Leiria on January 26. During his time at Porto, the won the Primeira Liga. After playing for Porto, Mareque returned to Argentina to play for Independiente on loan during the 2007 Apertura tournament, in the beginnings of 2008, Mareque was bought by Independiente as a permanent player. In July 2011 he signed for the Ligue 1 club Lorient, FC Porto Primeira Liga, 2007–08 Independiente Copa Sudamericana,2010 Argentine Primera statistics at Fútbol XXI