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Name: Eric Gull
Position: Right back
Place of birth: Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Date of birth: 28 August 1973
Height: 204 cm
Weight: 92 kg

Eric Gull

Argentinian Eric Gull is a left back and one of the best throwers of the ball in the world. He is always going to be among the top scorers in any competition.

Gull is probably the best player from the Americas right now and has played the game all over the world. He first played for Quilmes, and has also played in Brazil (Santo André, San Gaetano), Sweden (Lugi Lund), France (Selestat), Tunisia (Esperance) and Russia (Chejov Medvedi). He realised his dream of playing in the Asobal League when joining Valladolid in 2004-05. In his three seasons under Juan Carlos Pastor, few players have scored more goals than Gull, and in 2005-2006 he was the top scorer in the competition.

Gull is the undisputed star of the Argentinian national team, and won the Pan-American Games in 2000, 2002 and 2004.


Gull is predominantly an attacking player, and his scoring rate is one of the best on the world. He has an awesome throw over long distances, passes well from a central role and is an excellent team player.


San Caetano
- 1 Brazil Open Games (2000)

Ademar León
- 1 League (2000-2001)

Chejov Medvedi
- 1 League (2003-2004)

BM Valladolid
- 2 Copas del Rey (2004-2005, 2005-2006)

FC Barcelona
- 1 Pirineos League (2007-08)
-1 Spain Supercup (2008-09)

Argentina national team
- Pan-American Games Silver 1998
- Pan-American Games Gold 2000
- Pan-American Games Gold 2002
- Pan-American Games Silver 2006

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