Robert Carmona, the historic player who holds the record of being the oldest in the world, has a new destiny. In an endless career that does not seem to end at 62 years old, Carmona will direct his new team to continue. making history.
The Uruguayan player began his career in 1976. Since then, Carmona has played more than 2,000 matches, been through almost 50 teams as well as practiced this sport in almost all parts of the world. His last team, CD Iraklis from Alicante, will end his time in Spain where the player has accumulated great experiences.
Robert Carmona is currently in Uruguay, recovering from his injury. Physical ailments do not prevent the player from continuing with a career that seems endless, so he continues preparing his set-up for return to the playing fields as soon as possible.
Argentina, your new destination
As SPORT has learned, Robert Carmona will end his time at CD Iraklis in Alicante to head to Argentina, which will be your new home these coming months. The Uruguayan player will continue his career in a team from the Primera C, the fourth category of Argentine soccer with a club directly affiliated with the AFA.
For now, carmona He continues to feel strong to move forward doing what he likes most. It is, according to him, ‘a pair of new shoes in an old 1960’s shoe box, an old man but with a young spirit’. A race that will never end.