Luis Oscar “Lucho” Gonzales ( Spanish: Luis Oscar “Lucho” González ; January 19, 1981 , Buenos Aires ) - Argentinean footballer , midfielder of the club “ Atletico Paranaense ”.
Lucho Gonzalez at Olympique 2010
|Full name||Luis Oscar Gonzalez|
|Nickname||Lucho , El Commandante|
|The weight||75 kg|
|Awards and medals|
At the age of 14, Lucho began playing for Hurricane . In 2002, he moved to River Plate , and in 2004, his club won the championship in Argentina .
His performance for the River impressed Porto breeders, and in 2005 he moved to Portugal. Porto paid 3.6 million euros for half the rights to the player. In November 2006, he signed an improved contract until 2011, and in August 2007, Porto paid 6.65 million euros to obtain all rights to the player. At the club, Gonzalez became the team captain and was known as El Commandante due to his leadership and team play skills.
In June 2009, Porto announced the sale of Lucio González to Olympic Marseille for 18 million euros, with the possibility of increasing to 24 million depending on the player’s game. In June 2011, Lucio said he wanted to leave Olympic. After that, information appeared that the Spanish “Malaga” wants to see the player in its ranks and is offering 12 million euros for its transfer.
In the winter transfer window of 2012, Lucho moved to Porto, for which he had the right to play in the Europa League , since he was “played” for the Marseille Olympic only in the Champions League .
September 18, before the away match of the group stage of the Champions League with Zagreb Dynamo, Gonzalez learned about the death of his father. Nevertheless, the football player entered the field, scored the first goal of his team and contributed to the victory of the wards of Vitor Pereira with a score of 2-0  .
In 2015, Lucho returned to River Plate. Having played a year in the team, the footballer became a free agent . Since 2016 he has been playing for Atletico Paranaense . At the end of 2017, he announced his retirement, but then changed his mind and in 2018 helped his team reach the finals of the South American Cup .
2004 Olympic champion in Argentina . In the same year he was part of the national team, which became the second in the America's Cup .
At the 2006 World Cup, he and the national team reached the quarter-finals, where the Argentines lost to the German national team on a penalty spot.
In the summer of 2007, together with the national team, Lucho won silver at the America's Cup .
- Argentina Champion : Clausura 2003 , Clausura 2004
- Champion of Portugal : 2005/06 , 2006/07 , 2007/08 , 2008/09 , 2011/12 , 2012/13
- Portuguese Cup Winner: 2005/06
- Portuguese Super Cup Winner: 2006 , 2013
- Champion of France : 2009/10
- French League Cup Winner: 2009/10 , 2010/11
- French Super Cup Winner: 2010 , 2011