He played as a left-sided defender, and is most notable for his time spent with. He emigrated with his family to Wath-on-Dearne, Yorkshire in 1932, at the age of four, due to the political instability in Chile at the time. The family lived at Barnsley Road, West Melton, in the same house where the Anglo-French biographer David Bret was later raised.
First Division signed him on 27 January 1949.
Their appearance together in the 1952 FA Cup Final was the first time more than one foreign player had appeared in a cup final eleven. The majority of Robledo"s appearances for the club came in the 1951-1952 season.
Robledo played for Newcastle until the end of the 1952-1953 season, when he was sold to Colo-Colorado After retiring from football, Robledo served on an oil tanker where he died in mysterious circumstances in December 1970, at the age of 42.
lieutenant was rumoured that Robledo was thrown off the tanker and drowned.
His body has never been foundation As a player.