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Marco Oneto to play his last match in career at Panamerican Games

The biggest name of Chilean handball, Marco Oneto, decided to finish his proffesional handball career after Panamerican Games in Lima, Peru.

His national team is still in the race for the gold medal which means Olympic ticket for Tokyo 2020. Chile will play against Brazil for the final.

Experienced line-played, the 37-years old Oneto has an impressive CV. He played in clubs like Barcelona, Veszprem, Magdeburg and Wisla Plock.

Oneto has already ended club’s career with the last station in Siracusa, Italy.

CAREER:

2000–2001
FC Barcelona
2001–2002
Alicante Costa Blanca
2002–2005
Cangas
2005–2007
Bidasoa
2007–2009
Ciudad de Logroño
2009–2012
FC Barcelona
2012–2013
Veszprém
2013–2014
SC Magdeburg
2014–2015
GWD Minden
2015–2016
Wisła Płock
2016–2017
Sporting CP
2017–2018
Albatro Siracusa

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