Michael Diaz is the younger son of Ramon Diaz, was born in Avellino, Italy, in 1986 when his father was a footballer for that city’s team. His position on the pitch was right-back and like his brother Emilian he attempted a football career, with few restarts. Two days before the accident on Route 5, he turned 37.
The only first division club where he was in a group was Saint Lawrencebetween Opening 2007 AND Closing 2008 under the technical guidance of I strip. He has signed five matches: the last three in 2007 against Olympus, Banfield AND Jujuy gymnastics and two the following year, against wool AND Argentiniansbut he didn’t enter any.
A year earlier, he wore the shirt of San Telmowith three matches accounted for and having passed the Cyclone he had a fleeting one Mexicowhere he signed for Indios Chihuahuasand another inside Defenders of Belgrano. The course of him continued in Trenque Lauquen Western Railway for four seasons and his last club was Sports Urdinarrainfrom Entre Ríos, until 2015.
Unlike his brother Emiliano, who is his father’s main aide-de-camp, Michael manages an exclusive hunting ground in the department of ToaiIn The Pampaswithin a 5,000 hectare ranch covered by mountains, with a population of red deer, antelope, buffalo and wild boar, among other animals, offered for hunting.
Milo’s hunting ranch -That’s his name- It is so exclusive that they also offer helicopter and private plane transfers and stand out features include wine and whiskey tastings and a gourmet experience. It is located west of the city of Pampas, 70 km from Santa Rosa, on Route 14 which is accessed -from Buenos Aires- by Route 5 where the fatal accident occurred.
In the van Michael was driving were his son Milo, who will turn six in October, and his wife Barbara Oliver, who was killed in the crash. In 2005, in another car accident, Brian Oliver, brother of Díaz’s partner, also died after being run over in Mar del Plata.
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