Sergio Rogelio Castillo

Sergio Rogelio Castillo (born 26 September 1970 in Ledesma, Jujuy) is a former Argentine–Bolivian football midfielder.

In his early career Castillo played for Argentine clubs Atlético Ledesma and Talleres de Córdoba. He later transferred to Bolivian club Guabirá, where he spent three periods. He also played two periods for The Strongest, in addition to Oriente Petrolero and Wilstermann.

Castillo was also part of the Bolivian national team between 1996 and 2001, earning a total of 34 caps.

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