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Guillermo Nimo (Buenos Aires, February 22, 1932 – Buenos Aires, January 12, 2013) was an Argentine soccer referee who, after retiring in 1969, went on to perform as sports commentator.
Match between River Plate and Vélez Sarsfield happened in 1968, in which a rude failure cost him the race.
Graduated from the Carlos Pellegrini School of Commerce of Buenos Aires as a commercial expert, he left behind his dream since he was 16 years old. He was the only child of a family of upper middle class. Since boy was always a man of character and risky. According to what he told once, [quote required] when he was a kid he broke a glass, playing with his godmother, making a cut of about 15 cm in his right arm. As they could not be sutured, they had to put some staples to join the meat, for which they had to tie it with a vest of force between four doctors.
He studied journalism, his great teacher being the late Alejandro Rossiglione. He worked with greats such as Dante Panzeri and Néstor Navarro.
He was a great personal friend of the tango singer Julio Sosa in his time as a soloist, even being the “mascot” of the micro weekend parties.
In his opinion the best players were as goalkeeper Amadeo Raúl Carrizo, as defender Roberto Perfumo (who once had the privilege of taking the red card during a game) and as best forward Walter Gómez.
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