He can play anywhere on the right flank.
|Full name||Edgard Anthony Álvarez Reyes|
|Date of birth||9 January 1980|
|Place of birth||Puerto Cortes, Honduras|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Playing position||Right winger|
|2004–2005||→ Cagliari (loan)||15||(1)|
|2005–2006||→ Roma (loan)||20||(0)|
|2006–2007||→ Messina (loan)||32||(2)|
|2007–2008||→ Livorno (loan)||8||(0)|
|2008–2009||→ Pisa (loan)||27||(5)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 27 January 2019|
Nicknamed El Mosky or El Jet Álvarez (The Jet Alvarez), he was linked to the Uruguayan club when he was 24. Uruguayan Peñarol was champion in 2003 after winning the Clausura finals against Nacional and hand coach Diego Aguirre. In that team unquestioned right side Honduran Edgar Alvarez was, who had come to the club after playing seven seasons at Deportivo Platense in his country. The player was considered by Diego Aguirre as important in his scheme.
After spending the 2006–07 season at Messina Álvarez returned to Roma. At the summer transfer period AS Roma bought Mauro Esposito and Álvarez decided to leave Roma for Livorno, who maintained an option to buy him for €2 million. He left Roma due to the surplus of right midfielders. After spending the 2007–08 season at Livorno, Alvarez returned to Roma, and spent a full pre-season with the club, But he was loaned for the 2008–09 season to Pisa on 1 September 2008.
In 2009, he moved to Bari, on a permanent basis. The first year with the pugliesi turned out well. Under the guidance of Giampiero Ventura Álvarez became one of the best wings in Serie A. The second year did not turn out as well though and the club finished the season in last, moving to Serie B. Over two years Álvarez played in 65 league games, scoring 4 goals.
On 31 August 2011 Álvarez moved to Palermo as the player agreed to a two-year contract with the club.
In July 2012, he moved to Liga I side Dinamo București and later signed a one-year contract with the Romanian side. He played only five games for Dinamo, his evolution being marred by his injuries. His contract was ended by mutual consent in December 2012.
Álvarez is known for his searing pace and acceleration, both on and off the ball. He is also very agile, making him very difficult for defenders to mark.
Álvarez played at the 1999 World Youth Cup and made his senior debut for Honduras in a 2001 UNCAF Nations Cup match against Panama, coming on as a second-half substitute for Mauricio Sabillón. As of July 2012, has earned 51 caps, scoring 3 goals. He has represented his country in 10 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played at the 2001 and 2003 UNCAF Nations Cups as well as at the 2003 and 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cups. But most importantly, he was part of the 2010 FIFA World Cup squad and played in two matches.
|1||22 June 2003||The Home Depot Center, Carson, United States||Guatemala||2–1||2–1||Friendly match|
|2||16 November 2003||Robertson Stadium, Houston, United States||Finland||1–2||1–2||Friendly match|
|3||19 June 2004||Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula, Honduras||Netherlands Antilles||3–0||4–0||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
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The season also saw Roma hit with a one-year transfer ban, since it poached Philippe Mexès from Auxerre in spite of a rolling contract in 2004. Before the axe fell, Roma had already made its summer signings Doni, Samuel Kuffour, Rodrigo Taddei and Shabani Nonda, which made the ban redundant. It did however, delay Antonio Cassano's long-awaited transfer to Real Madrid, which lifted the morale of the squad following Cassano's long-time public feud with captain Francesco Totti.2007–08 A.S. Roma season
During the 2007–08 season Associazione Sportiva Roma played the 75th Serie A season in its history.
As in the previous season, Roma finished in second place in Serie A behind Internazionale, but had the chance to win the Championship until the last match.
Further, because giallorossi won the 2006–07 Coppa Italia, they played the Supercoppa Italiana for the second consecutive time against Inter, and won the trophy thanks to a 1–0 victory in the first match of the season in San Siro.
In the European competitions, Roma played 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and, starting from the group stage, beat Real Madrid in the Round of 16, but lost to the eventual champions Manchester United in the quarter-finals.
The last match of the season was the 2007–08 Coppa Italia final against Internazionale, the fourth consecutive final between the two teams. The giallorossi won 2–1, their ninth Coppa Italia triumph.2008–09 A.S. Roma season
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Having finished 2nd the previous season, Roma qualified automatically to the group stage of the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League. Roma managed to finish top of their group, but were eliminated in the round of 16 by English club Arsenal in a penalty shoot-out.2009–10 A.S. Roma season
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