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Mario Yepes

Mario Alberto Yepes Díaz (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmaɾjo ˈʝepes]; born 13 January 1976) is a retired Colombian professional footballer who played as a defender. Yepes was well known for his time in Paris Saint-Germain, where he was considered to be one of the best defenders at the time, being dubbed by fans as "Super Mario". During his time in Italy with Chievo, he earned a reputation in the media as a solid and physical old-fashioned man-marking centre-back, known as a "stopper" in Italian football jargon. He served as the captain of the Colombia national team between 2008 and 2014. Having begun his career in 1999, and having played for the Colombian national team during that period, Yepes is one of only two players that can truly be considered to be part of the late 1990s and early 2000s golden generation of Colombian football which won the 2001 Copa América and ended in 2003, but has also been part of Colombia's present golden generation (which began in 2013). Faryd Mondragón is the other Colombian footballer of the two, but officially retired in 2014.

Yepes began his managerial career with hometown club Deportivo Cali, whom he managed from 2016 to 2017.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, January 13, 1976
Place of Birth
Cali
Age
45
Star Sign

The January 13, 1976 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 12 day of the year. President of the United States was Gerald R. Ford.

If you were born on this day, you are 45 years old. Your last birthday was on the Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 10 days ago. Your next birthday is on Thursday, January 13, 2022, in 354 days. You have lived for 16,447 days, or about 394,748 hours, or about 23,684,880 minutes, or about 1,421,092,803 seconds.

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13th of January 1976 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on January 13, 1976

2 GUILD FACTIONS REACH AN ACCORD; Washington Post Aides' Trial Delayed Till After Election

Date: 13 January 1976

attys for Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild and for several hundred Washington Post guildsmen who face disciplinary charges reach out-of-ct agreement on Jan 12 to delay union trial board proceedings until after Jan 27; Alan D Eisenberg, atty for Washington-Baltimore guild local, and Michael Nussbaum comment (S)

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Advertising:; Penetrating the Soviet Market

Date: 13 January 1976

By PHILIP H. DOUGHERTY Special to The New York Times

Philip DOUGHERTY

Audit Bur of Circulations repts that daily newspaper circulation in both US and Canada fell in '75; in US drop was 1.35% (S)

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Kissinger Says He Had Secretaries Secretly Listen to Phone Calls and Make Summaries

Date: 13 January 1976

By NICHOLAS M. HORROCK Special to The New York Times

Sec Kissinger on Jan 12 files 46-page deposition in Fed ct saying that he assigned his secs to listen surreptitiously to phone calls to and from his White House office and make summaries of conversation when he was Pres Nixon's adviser for natl security affairs; deposition lists 11 conversations that Kissinger had found in his files based on summaries prepared by his secs; disclosure comes among series of answers to questions posed in lawsuit by Morton Halperin involving 17 electronic wiretaps placed on White House aides, Govt employes and newsmen between '69 and '71 (S)

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Passing the Pasta

Date: 13 January 1976

By Russell Baker

Russell Baker

R Baker on concoction by Pres Ford and State Sec H A Kissinger of Angola and payments to non-Communist Ital pol parties so as to give Fed Govt a new secret and thereby help democracy survive; notes plan did not work

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News Broadcasts

Date: 13 January 1976

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Judge Voids $7.75 Million Libel Award

Date: 14 January 1976

By WALLACE TURNER Special to The New York Times

Wallace Special

Calif Superior Ct Judge Byron Arnold reverses Nov 10 verdict verdict that KNBC-TV producer Don Widener was libeled by lr from Pacific Gas & Elec Co and which awarded him $7.75-million; lr was critical of Widener's handling of filmed int with co engineer J C Carroll for documentary on safety of nuclear power plants; Widener lawyer David E Pesonen calls reversal 'outrageous'; says case will be appealed (M)

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The Third World Rapidly Turning Into a Closed World for the Foreign Correspondent

Date: 14 January 1976

By HENRY KAMM Special to The New York Times

Henry Special

Much of 3d world is gradually joining Communist nations in closing itself off from critical inquiry, demonstrating suspicion toward correspondents and reducing their access to sources of news; conditions in various countries noted (L)

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day

Date: 14 January 1976

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day

Date: 14 January 1976

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan

Date: 13 January 1976

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