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Kily Gonzalez
Kily González
González in 2003
Personal info
Full name Cristian Alberto González Peret
Date of birth (1974-08-04) 4 August 1974 (age 43)
Place of birth Rosario, Argentina
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Winger
Youth career
Rosario Central
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1993–1995 Rosario Central 51 (7)
1995–1996 Boca Juniors 37 (3)
1996–1999 Zaragoza 90 (15)
1999–2003 Valencia 92 (8)
2003–2006 Internazionale 51 (0)
2006–2009 Rosario Central 76 (10)
2009–2010 San Lorenzo 32 (0)
2010–2011 Rosario Central 17 (2)
Total 446 (45)
National team
1995–2005 Argentina 56 (9)
2004 Argentina U23 6 (1)


Men’s Football
Representing  Argentina
Olympic Games
2004 Athens Team

Cristian Alberto Gonzalez Perret (Rosario, Argentina, August 4, 1974), better known as Kily González , is a former Argentine nationalized Spanish footballer who occupied the interior demarcation or left hand wheel.

Kily Gonzalez’s Biography

Rosario Central and Boca Juniors (1993-1996)

He debuted in the first division on December 18, 1993, wearing Rosario Central’s shirt in the 2-0 loss to Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata for the date 15 of the Apertura Tournament that year.

In mid-1995 he was wanted by Real Madrid but preferred to continue his career in Boca Juniors at the request of Diego Maradona.

Ten years in Europe (1996-2006)

In 1996 he was transferred to Real Zaragoza of the Spanish league.

After three seasons he went to Valencia, where he not only became owner of the left inside but also because of his character he was very loved by the fans. His great performances in the Champions League raised his European poster and made every summer a very popular player in the market, especially after the arrival of the young Vicente Rodríguez to the first Valencia team, which they saw as his substitute. The “Kily” was commonly highlighted by a great overflow and technique, also by a great strength and delivery, speed and accuracy in the centers, in addition to having a hard shot. That was worth to Mestalla to see goals of beautiful invoice on the part of “Kily”. With the Valencian team, he won the Spanish League of the 2001/2002 season, after 31 years without getting the Valencian club.

He finally left the club in 2003 when he was outscored in the starting tenure by the Valencian Vicente Rodríguez, leaving with the freedom letter to Inter Milan, club with which he won two Italian Cups and the Scudetto of the 2005/2006 season .

Return to Rosario Central (2006-2009)

After passing through Europe, in July 2006 he returned to Argentine football to sign for the club of his loves: Rosario Central. There he played for a season but his continuity in the club was not assured. After several fights with Pablo Scarabino (former president of Central, removed from office by the Justice of Santa Fe by serious mismanagement), had decided to leave the club and seek new offers. With the removal of Scarabino’s position, the player arranged a new link with the Arroyito institution for one more year. During the Closing 2008 and with the help of Leonardo Madelón, he collaborated to save Central de la Promoción. In the 13th time Central faced Racing (a direct rival for the descent) and in time of discount the match was tied 2 to 2, however the Kily shot to the goal from outside the area and scored the winning goal for his team .

With the arrival of Gustavo Alfaro as Central technician in October 2008, he lost ownership of the team. In November, after entering the second half in a match against Independiente de Avellaneda, he was injured and had to undergo surgery for ruptured ligaments in his right knee.

At the beginning of 2009, the president of Rosario Central, Horacio Usandizaga, wanted to terminate the contract but could not do so because of the injury he had suffered the previous year.After the brief passage from Mostaza Merlo to Central, the Kily He returned to the ownership (and the captaincy of the team) in the 1-1 draw against Gimnasia y Esgrima in La Plata, with Ariel Cuffaro Russo as interim coach, and not only was one of the figures, but also the author of the goal scoundrel. Finishing the tournament, with Miguel Ángel Russo as Technical Director, he fought to avoid the descent of Rosario Central. The team had to play the promotion with Belgrano de Córdoba winning by 1 to 0 as a visitor and tied at 1 at home, thus maintaining the category. At the end of the tournament the leadership decided not to renew the contract.

San Lorenzo and second return to Rosario Central (2009-2010)

For the 2009/10 season he signed for San Lorenzo, at the request of his friend and then team coach: Diego Simeone. During the first semester of the season he played the Copa Sudamericana and there scored his only goal in the club against Cienciano in the second leg of the second round.

In mid-2010, after having narrowly escaped the previous two seasons, Rosario Central dropped to the First National B team. On July 7, Cristian González officially became a player of that club for the third time. He was a starter during the first semester, both with Mostaza Merlo and with Chulo Rivoira as coach. During the first game of the second half against Defense and Justice Cristian suffered an injury that marginalized him from the courts for several months.

Retreat of professional football (2011)

With the arrival of Omar Palma as technical director he returned to have minutes in the victory by 3 to 0 against Ferro. He started the next game against Deportivo Merlo, but did not play any other game. He was separated from the professional roster of Rosario Central due to “soccer reasons” according to the manager of the club; although it was also rumored that it was due to improper behavior by a professional footballer.

At the end of June 2011, they rescinded their link with the club and ended their football career.

Possible return to football (2014)

In August 2014, he received an offer from Crucero del Norte (which at the time was in the First National B) but finally decided to stay away from football, thanking the club’s leadership for the offer.

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