He then decided to move some units in order to convince Ludovico that he was retreating towards the Volturno river. But Cordoba had devised a stratagem to cross the river using bridges made out of boats and barrels, which he had built in the castle of Mondragone, 12 kilometers south of the Spanish camp.
Carlos Villagra. Carlos Villagra (born 22 August 1976) is a Paraguayan football forward. Villagra previously played for Libertad, Cerro Porteño, Sportivo Luqueño and 12 de Octubre in Paraguay. He has usually spent in Colombia with Deportivo Pasto, Millonarios, Atlético Nacional, Atlético Huila and Deportes Quindío in his 30s.
However, he managed to finally score a goal in the 78th minute resulting in a 1–1 draw. In the last group match against El Salvador, Cordoba converted a successful penalty in a 3–0 victory. A ‘powerful’ striker, Cordoba’s most noticeable traits give regard to his physical traits: tall and large with very powerful shots as his major most noticeable trademark.
From 1987 to 1991, he held the position of vice president at CR-P Associates, a financial advisory firm with offices in Central and South America that led sovereign debt restructurings, debt buy-backs and debt-equity swap transactions in Latin America.
John Berchmans Co-Cathedral in Shreveport. Mitchell and his wife, the former Lillian O’Brien (1896-1987), are interred at St. Joseph Cemetery in Shreveport. The couple had a son, Robert Lane Mitchell (1925-2008), a veteran of the United States Army in World War II and a Shreveport insurance agent with an interest in flying, art, and golf.