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Paraguay have always enjoyed a healthy reputation on the South American scene, thanks to their defensive solidity, superb aerial ability and plentiful supply of powerful front-runners. That said, with the exception of Copa America wins in 1953 and 1979, the Albirroja have struggled to convert these undoubted qualities into silverware. After reaching three of the first six FIFA World Cups, they went on to miss the next six in a row. Eventually emerging from the international wilderness in time for Mexico 1986, the feats of Julio Cesar Romero and Roberto Cabanas helped guide Paraguay through the group stages, only to lose 3-0 to England in the second round.
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Uploaded on June 19, 2010
Last updated on June 19, 2010

Company:
Paraguayan Football Association
Country:
Paraguay
Categroy:
Sports
Font:
Arial Rounded Bold
Font author:
Robin Nicholas & Patricia Saunders
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Paraguayan Football Association

The Paraguayan Football Association (Spanish: Asociación Paraguaya de Futbol or APF) is the governing body of football in Paraguay. It organizes the Paraguayan football league and the Paraguay national football team, and is based in the Paraguayan capital, Asunción. In 1906, the representatives of the five existing football teams in Paraguay at that time (Olimpia, Guaraní, Libertad, General Díaz, and Nacional) met to create the governing body of football in Paraguay, the Paraguayan Football League. In 1988 its name was changed to its current denomination. [edit] Honours