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Sergio Aguero is called by lot of soccer experts like the next Diego Maradona (Argentine legend), the next Argentine promise next to Lionel Messi. Right now Sergio is playing for the Atlético de Madrid. Sergio Kun Aguero (Kun is his nickname) is from Argentina, and started playing in Club Atlético Independiente. THe first time argentinan people saw his goals and moves, inmediately recognized him as one of the next promises for the team and national team of Argentina. Sergio´s talent is natural and leaves you with a special feeling: see him playing again... but with your team.

Sergio Aguero is a forward, currently playing for Atlético de Madrid, which pays for his contract a transfer fee of 23 million euros, on the 31st May, 2006.

He has a record, Kun converted in the youngest player to debut on the first division of Argentine soccer with only 15 years old, a month and three days! He took this title off from Diego Armando Maradona, one of his idols. He also admires Carlos Tevez. One of his hobbies is to listen "cumbia" (an Argentine music style) and to play Playstation.

Sergio Aguero transfer fee is the most expensive in the history of Argentine football, 23 million euros (like 28 million dollars).

An special moment in Sergio Kun Aguero ´s career is the title he won in 2005, in Netherlands, with the under-20 Aregentine national team, obtaining the World Championship.

He is commonly dubbed Kun because when he was a child he looked like a japanese cartoon called Kum Kum.

Sergio Aguero is one of the most creative and intelligent players of nowadays, another important fact is that people knows him as a great person.

let's get this lad!!!



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