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Relatives and friends of legendary Uruguayan footballer and coach Luis Cubilla mourn next to his coffin, during his wake at the Olimpia football club headquarters in Asuncion, on March 4, 2013. Cubilla died on March 3, 2013 from stomach cancer at the age of 72. In a long and colourful career, the speedy winger played for Penarol in his native country, Barcelona in Spain and River Plate in Argentina before returing home to play for Nacional. He also played for his country in three World Cups in 1962, 1970 and 1974. Cubilla then turned his hand to coaching and he led Olimpia Asuncion to 10 league titles in Paraguay before winning honours in Uruguay and Colombia as well as two Libertadores Cups and one Intercontinental Cup. AFP PHOTO / NORBERTO DUARTE (Photo credit should read NORBERTO DUARTE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Relatives and friends of legendary Uruguayan footballer and coach Luis Cubilla mourn next to his coffin, during his wake at the Olimpia football club headquarters in Asuncion, on March 4, 2013. Cubilla died on March 3, 2013 from stomach cancer at the age of 72. In a long and colourful career, the speedy winger played for Penarol in his native country, Barcelona in Spain and River Plate in Argentina before returing home to play for Nacional. He also played for his country in three World Cups in 1962, 1970 and 1974. Cubilla then turned his hand to coaching and he led Olimpia Asuncion to 10 league titles in Paraguay before winning honours in Uruguay and Colombia as well as two Libertadores Cups and one Intercontinental Cup. AFP PHOTO / NORBERTO DUARTE (Photo credit should read NORBERTO DUARTE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Relatives and friends of legendary Uruguayan footballer and coach... Nyhetsfoto 163097796Asuncion,Berömd plats,Club Olimpia - Paraguay,Fotboll,Fotbollsspelare,Horisontell,Huvudkontor,Likkista,Människor,Mänskligt intresse,Paraguay,Släkt,Sorg,Tränare,Uruguay,Vertikal,VänskapPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPRelatives and friends of legendary Uruguayan footballer and coach Luis Cubilla mourn next to his coffin, during his wake at the Olimpia football club headquarters in Asuncion, on March 4, 2013. Cubilla died on March 3, 2013 from stomach cancer at the age of 72. In a long and colourful career, the speedy winger played for Penarol in his native country, Barcelona in Spain and River Plate in Argentina before returing home to play for Nacional. He also played for his country in three World Cups in 1962, 1970 and 1974. Cubilla then turned his hand to coaching and he led Olimpia Asuncion to 10 league titles in Paraguay before winning honours in Uruguay and Colombia as well as two Libertadores Cups and one Intercontinental Cup. AFP PHOTO / NORBERTO DUARTE (Photo credit should read NORBERTO DUARTE/AFP/Getty Images)