Maximiliano ‘Maxi’ Brian Rolón was a left-winger for the Argentine national team. He died at the age of 27. Let us see how did he die, what happened and what was Maxi Rolon Cause of Death.
How did Maxi Rolon die?
Maxi Rolón began his football career in Argentina with lesser clubs before joining Barcelona’s junior systems in 2009. He stayed with the club until 2016. He ended up working with Santos after being denied a spot on the first team. The attacking midfielder joined Peixe in March but left in July of the same year. At the time, the Argentine complained about Dorival Junior’s lack of opportunity. He appeared in five games for Santos but did not score.
Following that, he went to Lugo (Spain), Arsenal de Sarand (Argentina), Coquimbo Unido (Chile), Pubilla Casas (Spain), Fuerza Amarilla (Ecuador), and Al-Diwaniya (Saudi Arabia) (Iraq). He currently plays for Atlético de Chabás in Argenti’s provincial league.
Maxi Rolon Cause of Death
Maxi Rolón, a 27-year-old attacking midfielder who played for Santos in 2016, died in a car accident on a route near Casilda, Argentina, on Saturday.
The collision occurred at 8 a.m., according to Argentine press reports. The player’s vehicle collided with a tree. Ariel Hernán, the player’s brother, was also in the vehicle and perished. Maxi’s former club, Barcelona, and his current club, Santos, both issued statements expressing regret for the athlete’s passing.
Rolón began his childhood career with Atlético Luján, a local team in Rosario. He joined FC Barcelona’s youth system in 2007. Due to his non-EU status, he was loaned to UE Cornellà in 2013; he returned to Barça in January 2014 and was assigned to the Juvenil A squad. Rolón was promoted to the Segunda División reserves in May 2014.
In August 2014, Rolón was called up to the Argentina Under-20 team for the L’Alcdia International Football Tournament. He made several appearances throughout the competition, including one versus the Catalans and his first senior goal against UE Olot for a first victory on September 20, 2015, with the team currently in Segunda División B.
Rolón signed a one-year contract with Santos FC in Brazil on February 16, 2016. He returned to Spain’s second tier on January 31, 2017, after signing a six-month contract with CD Lugo. Rolón joined the Spanish team CE Pubilla Casas on November 27, 2018. He scored three goals in two games for the club, one of which was a penalty kick.
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