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Cáceres

(kä`thārās), city (1990 pop. 73,915), capital of Cáceres prov., W central Spain, in Estremadura. Products of cork, leather, pottery, and cloth are made there. Cáceres was an important Roman colony. It fell to the Moors in the 8th cent. but was recaptured (1229) by Alfonso IX. The old town, on top of a hill and encircled by turreted walls, has many notable Roman and Moorish structures.
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Caceres has failed to make the grade at Villarreal and Barcelona and has also struggled at Juventus with nobody quite sure whether he is a better left-back or centre-back, or more likely, just poor in both roles.
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ARGENTINE international Juan Roman Riquelme, right, has become involved in a war of words with his Boca Juniors team-mate Julio Caceres, who has questioned his motivation at the club.
Mission should not be pushed to the sidelines as if it were the "foreign affairs" department of pastoral work, Auxiliary Bishop Jose Rojas of Caceres told 229 delegates at the Jan.