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Examples of "urruti"
Hugo Urruti (born 16 August 1987) is an Argentine footballer.
Urruti represented Spain in three World Cups. In 2001, he died in a road accident near Barcelona. An annual golf tournament, the "Trofeo Javier Urruti", is played in his honour.
Urruti also gained two caps for the Basque Country national team.
He succeeded Fernando de los Ríos Urruti and was succeeded by his brother, Domingo Barnés Salinas.
Urruti holds a U.S. green card which qualifies him as a domestic player for MLS roster purposes.
In 1983 Urruti was signed by Valencia after a deal to buy his Racing Club team mate Luis Amuchástegui fell through at the last minute. Urruti played for Valencia until 1986, but he only managed to score 8 goals in 74 games.
Urruti started his professional career in 1979 with Racing de Córdoba. In 1980 Racing got to the final of the Nacional championship but eventually lost to Rosario Central.
In 1986 Urruti returned to Argentina to play for Rosario Central, he was part of the team that won the 1986-1987 championship.
Francisco Javier González Urruticoechea (17 November 1952 – 24 May 2001), known as Urruti, was a Spanish footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Maximiliano "Maxi" Nicolás Urruti Mussa (born 22 February 1991) is an Argentine footballer who plays for FC Dallas in Major League Soccer.
Juan José Urruti (born May 24, 1962 in Rosario) is a former Argentine footballer. He played for a number of clubs in Argentina, Spain, Bolivia and Chile.
On 9 September 2013, Urruti was traded to Portland Timbers for Bright Dike, a first-round 2015 MLS SuperDraft pick, and an international roster spot for the remainder of the 2013 season.
In 1993 Urruti joined Jorge Wilstermann where he won another Bolivian league championship in 1994. He joined San José in 1996 and played out his career with Huachipato in Chile in 1997.
After two seasons backing up Urruti, Arconada became the club's undisputed starter. He was instrumental in back-to-back La Liga titles, which led – after the second – to a semifinal run in the European Cup.
In 1988 Urruti was signed by Bolívar in Bolivia, he won two Bolivian league championships either side of a brief return to Argentina in 1991 to play for Club Atlético Platense.
After Arconada finally settled, Urruti moved to RCD Español, where he won the "Don Balón" award in 1981 (Spanish Footballer of the Year), moving across the city after that campaign to join FC Barcelona.
Former Real Sociedad teammate Urruti signed for Barcelona in 1981, and eventually again won the battle for first-choice with Artola, who only appeared in three games in 1983–84, retiring from football at the age of 35.
Urruti started his career in the youth system at Newell's Old Boys in Rosario, Argentina until he was transferred to the senior squad in 2011. Urruti did not see consistent first-team action for the club, particularly after the return of Ignacio Scocco. In late 2012 and early 2013, several clubs including: Palermo, Levante, Valencia, Helsingborgs IF, and Toronto expressed interest in the player. He was officially signed by Toronto FC on 16 August 2013. He made his debut for the club the next day in a 2–0 away defeat to Columbus Crew, when he was a second-half substitute for Robert Earnshaw.
In the second half, New England pressed to try and get a goal to get back into the game. However, a Dallas counter attack led to a second goal by Urruti, who finished a breakaway following another assist by Diaz. Urruti nearly completed a hat-trick later in the game, but hit the post on one attempt and was ruled offside on another. The Revolution would get one goal back as Agudelo scored his second goal with a far side tap-in of Teal Bunbury's cross from the right side. However, Dallas did not concede any further and claimed a 4–2 victory.
After Andoni Zubizarreta, another Basque, arrived from Athletic Bilbao in 1986, Urruti was pushed to the bench and only appeared in one league match in his final two seasons combined, later being the club's goalkeeper coach. On 24 May 2001, he died after his car hit the central barrier of a ring road in Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona, at just 48.