Adrián Hernán González

Adrián Hernán González (born 20 November 1976 in Avellaneda) is an Argentine footballer who last played for Club Atlético Platense. He is noted as a free kick specialist who can play as either a right back or right midfielder.

Adrián González
Adrián González
Personal information
Full name Adrián Hernán González
Date of birth November 20, 1976 (age 42)
Place of birth Avellaneda, Argentina
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Playing position Right back / Right winger
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1995–1998 El Porvenir 77 (10)
1998–2001 San Lorenzo 39 (1)
2001–2003 Unión 60 (2)
2003–2004 Banfield 33 (3)
2004–2009 San Lorenzo 147 (18)
2009–2010 São Paulo 7 (0)
2010–2012 Arsenal de Sarandí 57 (4)
2012–2013 Platense 35 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 01:29, 14 August 2011 (UTC)

Career

González started his career at El Porvenir in the Regionalised 3rd Division of Argentine football in 1995.

In 1998 González joined San Lorenzo for the first time, during this spell with the club he helped the team to win the Clausura 2001 title.

After spells with Unión and Banfield González rejoined San Lorenzo in 2004.

In 2007 González helped San Lorenzo to win the Clausura tournament and was the club's captain for several seasons.

In 2009 González moved to Brazil to play for São Paulo FC.

Honours

San Lorenzo
Arsenal

External links

Adrian

Adrian is a form of the Latin given name Adrianus or Hadrianus. Its ultimate origin is most likely via the former river Adria from the Venetic and Illyrian word adur, meaning 'sea' or 'water'. The Adria was until the 8th century BC the main channel of the Po River into the Adriatic Sea but ceased to exist before the 1st century BC. Hecataeus of Miletus (c.550 - c.476 BC) asserted that both the Etruscan harbor city of Adria and the Adriatic Sea had been named after it. Emperor Hadrian's family was named after the city or region of Adria/Hadria, now Atri, in Picenum, which most likely started as an Etruscan or Greek colony of the older harbor city of the same name.Several saints and six popes have borne this name, including the only English pope, Adrian IV, and the only Dutch pope, Adrian VI. As an English name, it has been in use since the Middle Ages, although it did not become common until modern times.

Adrián González (disambiguation)

Adrián González (born 1982) is an American baseball first baseman.

Adrian Gonzalez or Adrián González may also refer to:

Adrián González Morales (born 1988), Spanish footballer

Adrián González (cyclist) (born 1992), Spanish cyclist

Adrián Hernán González (born 1976), Argentine footballer

Adrián Américo González (born 1995), Argentine footballer

Adrián Luis González (born 1939), Mexican potter

Adrian Gonzales (1937–1998), Filipino comics artist

González (surname)

González is a Spanish surname. In Spain, González is the second most common surname with 2.08% of the population having this surname. González is also a common surname in Latin America. It is one of the five most common surnames in Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, and Venezuela, making it one of the most common surnames in the Spanish-speaking world. In the United States, González ranked as the 13th most common surname in 2017.Variant spellings include Gonzales.

Hernán

Hernán is a Spanish masculine given name, originating from Germanic Hernan in the Visigoth culture in Spain. It is the Latinized version of the compound name Fard-nanth, which seems to mean "gentle traveler" or "spiritual pilgrim". The House of Hernán gave its name to those with the surname Hernández, the -ez at the end denoting membership of that House. The surname, like many Spanish surnames, is of Teutonic-Gothic origin. It is not connected with "Herman" - also of Germanic origin, but a different one.

Persons with the given name include:

Hernán Alvarado Solano (1946–2011), Colombian Roman Catholic bishop

Hernán Andrade (born 1960), Mexican racewalker

Hernán Barcos (born 1984), Argentinian football player

Hernán Barreneche (born 1939), retired long-distance runner

Hernán Behn (19th century), Puerto Rican businessperson

Hernán Bernardello (born 1986), Argentine football midfielder

Hernán Boyero (born 1979), Argentine football striker

Hernán Büchi (born 1949), Chilean economist and politician

Hernán Buenahora (born 1967), Colombian road racing cyclist

Hernán Caputto (born 1974), Argentine footballer

Hernán Carrasco Vivanco (21st century), former Chilean football (soccer) manager

Hernán Cattáneo (21st century), Argentinian house DJ

Hernán Cortés (1485–1547), Spanish conquistador

Hernán Crespo (born 1975), Argentine international footballer

Hernán Cristante (born 1969), Argentine goalkeeper

Hernán Santa Cruz (1906-1999), Chilean delegate to the United Nations

Hernán Darío Gómez (born 1956), Colombian ex-football player and manager

Hernán Díaz (born 1965), former Argentine football right back

Hernán Elizondo Arce (born 1920), Costa Rican novelist and poet

Hernán Figueroa (born 1927), Chilean decathlete

Hernán Fredes (born 1987), Argentine football midfielder

Hernán Gamboa (born 1946), Venezuelan musician

Hernán Gaviria (1969–2002), Colombian football midfielder

Hernán Giraldo (21st century), Colombian murderer

Adrián Hernán González (born 1976), Argentine football midfielder

Hernán Gumy (born 1972), former tennis player

Hernán Iribarren (born 1984), Major League Baseball utility player

Hernán Larraín (born 1947), conservative Chilean lawyer, university lecturer, and politician

Hernán Losada (born 1982), Argentine football midfielder

Hernán Maisterra (born 1972), retired Argentine footballer

Hernán Mattiuzzo (born 1984), Argentine football midfielder

Hernán Medford (born 1968), Costa Rican soccer player and coach

Hernán Medina Calderón (born 1937), Colombian road racing cyclist

Jorge Hernán Monge (21st century), former Costa Rican soccer player

Elfego Hernán Monzón Aguirre (1912–1981), President of Guatemala

Hernán Darío Muñoz (born 1973), Colombian road racing cyclist

Hernán Neira (born 1960), Chilean writer

Hernán Nuñez (1475–1553), Spanish humanist, classicist, philologist, and paremiographer

Facundo Hernán Quiroga (born 1978), Argentine football defender

Hernán Orjuela (born 1958), Colombian host

Hernán Padilla (born 1938), retired physician

Hernán Paolo Dellafiore (born 1985), Argentine-Italian football central defender

Hernán Patiño (1966–1995), Colombian road cyclist

Hernán Peirone (born 1986), Argentine football striker

Hernán Pellerano (born 1984), Argentine football defender

Hernán Pérez de Ovando (13th century), Spanish nobleman

Hernán Pereyra (born 1970), Argentine cricketer

Hernán Ramírez Necochea (1917–1979), Chilean historian

Hernán Rengifo (born 1983), Peruvian football player

Hernán Rivera Letelier (born 1950), Chilean novelist

Hernán Rodrigo López (born 1978), Uruguayan football player

Hernán Sandoval (born 1983), Guatemalan football striker

Hernán Senillosa (born 1977), Argentine rugby union player

Hernán Siles Zuazo (1914–1996), politician from Bolivia

Hernán Silva (born 1948), retired Chilean football referee

Hernán Toro (born circa 1950), Venezuelan cinematographer

Hernán Trizano (1860–1926), Chilean-Italian military and police

Hernán E Pérez-Rodríguez (1967-).Empresario Venezolano - Británico.

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Hernan Bas (born 1978), American painter

November 20

November 20 is the 324th day of the year (325th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 41 days remaining until the end of the year.

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