The former Argentinos Juniors striker has signed for the Caruso Lombardi team.
Hernán Boyero, now 35 years old, has joined Tristán Suárez for the upcoming transitional tournament as one of Tristán Suárez’s big name signings under the helm of Ricardo Caruso Lombardi. Boyero, better known for a meandering yet hard and efforted past, has come as the first signing after yesterday’s announcement of Alejandro Alemandi joining the Ezeiza team.
Boyero has been signed by Tristán Suarez after having been relegated and released from Argentinos Juniors, where he debuted in Primera División being 33 years old, where he scored 6 goals in 16 games for the Paternal side. Before that, he had played for teams such as Instituto (where he reportedly earned a kilo of meat for each goal scored), Juventud Antoniana, Tigre, Blooming and Millonarios. His only championship was with bolivian team Blooming, back in 2009.
Boyero has been nicknamed “la Jirafa” for his height (1.93mts), who works as an inside forward, and who has had an interesting past as a player, working odd jobs, and now having studied both careers for being a real estate broker (martillero) as well as for DT (football- manager).