Juan Ulloa, Costa Rican footballer, Died at 82

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Juan Ulloa Ramírez was born on February 5, 1935, and died on February 11, 2017.

He was a Costa Rican football player.

He used to play as a striker.

He began his career in 1948 at Third Division side El Carmen de Alajuela.

Ulloa played the majority of his career for hometown club Alajuelense, but also had spells at Puntarenas, San Carlos, Uruguay de Coronado and Orión as well as abroad at Guatemalan side Aurora, in Mexico with León, four months with Real Betis in Spain and Unión Deportiva Canarias in Venezuela.

He was top scorer of the Primera División three times, in 1959, 1960 and 1966, totaling 140 goals in the Costa Rica Primera División.

Ulloa scored a record total of 247 goals in all competitions (league, cup, national team and internal club matches).

Ulloa retired in 1970.

Juan Ulloa passed away at 82 years old.

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