Importance of Milestone Perrio to Colombian football – Colombian football – sport

Importance of Milestone Perrio to Colombian football – Colombian football – sport

Oulermo “The teacher” Perio, Who died last Sunday of a heart attack at the age of 54, is remembered as a former Colombian soccer player and coach, with a wide professional career and a symbol of Atletico Huila.

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Born in Amagá (Antioquia), Berrío went to Cali at a young age with his family and there he started his football career, as a player in the secondary divisions of América de Cali, a club that began his career as a professional footballer in 1986.

He had a great time in Tournament B: earned four promotions as a player: with Envigado, in 1991; Atletico Huila, in 1992; Deportivo Pereira in 2000 and Deportes Quindio in 2001.

Teacher Berrío in his time as a football player.

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In First Division he also played with him Cucuta Deportivo, Atletico Bucaramanga and Deportes TolimaIn addition to two years spent in Peruvian football, in Union Minas and Juan Uric, and in Venezuela, since he was on loan to Deportivo Tachira for six months, before returning to Deportivo Tolima.

He is Huila’s highest goalscorer in the first division, with 48 goals. In fact, Obita was among the first to express a message of condolence on the death of the footballer, whom it considers an icon of the institution.

After retiring as a player, Berrío became a coach of the secondary divisions of Atlético Huila and was also the technical assistant to Néstor Otero in the main team.

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In 2008, he had the possibility to direct in the last 5 dates of the final tournament, temporarily.

Guillermo Perrio

Guillermo Perrio scored 48 goals for Huila and is the team’s top scorer. Then he was the coach of the same club.


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In the middle of the 2009 editorials he took over the leadership of the club again, before the departure of Miguel Augusto Prince. Then he was certified to the position.

He held the position until April 6, 2011 when he was suspended for 3 months before Demayor After assaulting the referee.

Additionally, he was a technician at Independent Medellin Between 2011 and 2012. In 2013 he took a position at Alianza Petrolera. His last coaching experience was at Deportivo Pasto, which he managed in 2015.

The title of teacher was given by a colleague from the building in which he lived in Cali. “In the Doce de Octubre field where players like El Palomo (Usuriaga), Mánimal Cortés and Niche Guerrero appeared, we had a partner we call the madman, who knows a lot about football. In front of us we had a kind of manga (arena) that we adapted to play. Guadua bow soccer. He was standing there, watching me play and telling me, “This guy is a teacher with this ball, that’s why I’ll call you El Teacher,” Berrío said at the time, “Code Soccer”.

Berrío died of a heart attack while playing a soccer match with his friends celebrating his 54th birthday.

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