Serjio Roberto Livingstone Pohlhammer, later simply known as Sergio Livingstone, was a Chilean goalkeeper, who later became a well regarded journalist. He was nicknamed “El Sapo” for his typical posture in the goal mouth. From 1938–59 he played primarily for CD Universidad Católica in Santiago. With Chile he took part in seven Copa América and one FIFA World Cup.
About Sergio Livingstone
Soccer goalkeeper nicknamed El Sapo (The Toad) who played in one World Cup.
He studied law at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile and was goalkeeper on the school’s football team.
He went on to become a noted journalist.
His family was from Scotland, and his father was also a noted football player.
He was a Chilean soccer player like Kevin Harbottle.
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- Chilean television presenters
- Sports journalists
- Club Deportivo Universidad Católica footballers
- Sportspeople from Santiago
- Chilean expatriate footballers
- Chile international footballers
- Racing Club de Avellaneda footballers
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