Shock in Argentine football over the suicide of Federico Maraschi

Argentine soccer is in mourning for a moving death. Federico Maraschi, a historic promotion soccer player, with a glorious past at Almirante Brown among other clubs, committed suicide this Thursday at the age of 38, victim of a deep depression. Isidro Casanova’s club confirmed the news on their social networks.

Nicknamed El Bicho for his past in the lower ranks of Argentinos Juniors, Maraschi led an important career in promotion, with steps for Almirante Brown, Barracas Central, Defensores de Belgrano, Atlanta and Deportivo Merlo, among others. Currently he belonged to the Ciudad Bolívar squad in the Federal tournament.

“The Almirante Brown Club regrets the death of Federico Maraschi. Forward, champion and scorer of one of the most shouted goals in history. We send our condolences to his loved ones,” Almirante posted on his Twitter account. Then the AFA sent the condolences of the president of the entity, Claudio Tapia, who hired him when he presided over Barracas Central.

Born in Río Cuarto, Maraschi was a fast forward and very lively to stand out, who stood out in almost all the clubs in which he happened. In Brown he was well remembered for being the author of an agonizing goal against Deportivo Morón, which gave him the title of B Metropolitana in 2007. He also achieved promotion with Deportivo Merlo, when Charro rose from C to B Metropolitana in 2021.

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