At 44 years old, Alfredo Moreno has this physical status:
Alfredo David Moreno (born January 12, 1980) is an Argentine-born Mexican footballer who now plays as a forward for Celaya F.C. The Ascenso MX is a member of the Ascenso MX. Moreno began his Boca Juniors days, making his debut with the team in September 26, 1999.
He had a brief but fruitful time with the team, scoring 5 goals in the Copa Libertadores 2000 match against Bolivian side Blooming. Alfredo Moreno, 21, joined Club Necaxa (on loan with the ability to buy the player in a specific purchase) for the Verano 2001 season.
Moreno's debut in Mexico came against Puebla FC on January 21, 2001.
He scored his first goal on Mexican soil in his third game by virtue of a penalty kick.
He was also banned twice and sent off during the same match against Club Celaya.
In a season in which Necaxa failed to qualify for the playoffs, he scored 6 goals in 472 minutes on an average of one goal every 78 minutes.
Moreno underwent emergency surgery on November 30, 2021. Doctors surgically resected an obstruction in his gallbladder and discovered a malignant tumor that spread to his intestines.
Moreno died of intestinal cancer on December 8, 2021, at the age of 41.
Moreno made his Boca Juniors debut in September 26, 1999, becoming the team's first-choice quarterback. He had a brief but fruitful time with the team, scoring 5 goals in the Copa Libertadores 2000 match against Bolivian side Blooming.
Alfredo Moreno, 21, joined Club Necaxa (on loan with the ability to buy the player in a concrete purchase) for the Verano 2001 season. Moreno's debut in Mexico came against Puebla FC on January 21, 2001. He scored his first goal on Mexican soil in his third game by virtue of a penalty kick. However, he was also banned twice and sent off in the same match against Club Celaya. In a season in which Necaxa failed to qualify for the post-season, he scored 6 goals in 472 minutes for an average of one goal every 78 minutes. For him, the next six months were kind of a drought, since he only had three goals. Moreno and Necaca did not make the purchase valid, and Moreno was back in Argentina playing for Boca Juniors, where he spent a year and a half helping the team win the 2003 Copa Libertadores de América.
Boca Juniors loaned Alfredo to Shandong FC, where he had problems not only with his football skills but also the culture and communication. Moreno said that during preparations, the coach would shout out certain signals and someone would have to speak in Spanish. To make it worse, the coach was Russian, so the signals started out in Russian, Chinese, and eventually to Spanish. He rejoined Lokomotiv of the Russian League, where he had been with the Russian League for a brief period of one month.
Moreno will spend his second stay with "Los Rayos" for the newly renamed 2003 Apertura, where his presence was immediately apparent. Moreno won the game 2–0 against Atlante F.C. in his third game on August 16, 2003. Alfredo scored 10 times in 20 games (13 starts), but the team lost in the quarter finals against the champion Pachuca 4–3 in an aggregate score (Club Necaxa lost 1–3 at home and 2–1 away) in what could be his best season with Necaxa. Moreno, 2004, 2005 and 2006, scored 29 goals over the next two and a half years (Apertura 2004, 2005 and 2006.
He returned to the Copa Libertadores in 2006, this time with fellow Neca striker Ariel Lopez "El Chupa." However, both players failed to score in two goalless draws against Libertad of Paraguay, where Tigres lost in penalty kicks.
Moreno, a striker, spent 49 goals in 136 games for Necaxa's top ten all-time goal scorers. They have won the Liguilla (or postseason) four times, being eliminated by Cruz Azul (Invierno 2001), Pachuca (Apertura 2005) and Tecos UAG (Clausura 2005), and Moreno couldn't find the net in those eight games played, although they have been with Necaxa for four years.
Moreno left Necaxa after three bad seasons and after playing the Rayos jersey for more than five years. Alfredo was transferred from San Luis, Texas, along Mario Perez, on June 11, 2006. During the 2007 Draft, there was a draft. Rayos received Angel Reyna and Leonel Olmedo as a part of a gift exchange.
Moreno was the best goal scorer in the 2007 Apertura tournament. Moreno was selected to compete for Club America in the Apertura 2008 tournament. However, after an uneven tournament with America scoring 4 goals, he was sent back to Necaxa for the Clausura 2009 tournament, where he saw the relegation for the first time since being the only player to save Necaxa in the primera division. Moreno was playing for San Luis, Mexico, where his skill was still intact, with the Apertura 2009 and Clausura 2010. Moreno signed for Atlas de Guadalajara in the Apertura 2010 series.