Guillermo Almada is a retired Uruguayan midfielder and current coach of River Plate in the Primera División. He was born on 18 June 1969 in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Guillermo started out his professional career with Defensor Sporting in 1985. He recorded two Primera División titles together with the club in 1987 and 1991. After that Almada featured for such Uruguayan clubs like Cerro, Huracán Buceo, Progreso, Tacuarembó, River Plate, Montevideo Wanderers, Fénix, Racing. He also had short spells at Chilean side O’Higgins and Guatemalan team Aurora de Guatemala.
In 2008, Almada embarked on his managerial career as a coach of Progreso. He was at the helm of Tacuarembó for the next two seasons. In 2011, Guillermo Almada took over the coaching reins at River Plate and manages the team till the date.
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