Carlos Roa

Carlos Roa

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Carlos Ángel Roa (born 15 August 1969 in Santa Fe) is a retired Argentine footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

Most of his professional career - which was interrupted due to his Seventh-day Adventist Church beliefs - was spent with Racing Avellaneda and in Spain with Mallorca, winning one major trophy with the latter.

Roa was first-choice for the Argentine national team at the 1998 World Cup.

Club career

Roa started playing professionally for Racing Club de Avellaneda, making his Primera División debut on 6 November 1988, aged 19. During a summer tour of Africa with the club, he contracted malaria, but fully recovered. In 1994, he moved to Club Atlético Lanús, rarely missing a match with the Buenos Aires Province side as it achieved three consecutive third-place league finishes (one in 1995, two in 1996), and adding the Copa CONMEBOL in 1996.

Roa then signed with Spain's RCD Mallorca, alongside Lanús teammate Óscar Mena, playing 25 La Liga matches as the Balearic Islands club finished fifth straight out of Segunda División, also reaching the final in the Copa del Rey, lost against FC Barcelona on penalties.

In the 1999 summer, after helping Mallorca......
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