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Carlos Reinoso
Carlos Reinoso
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Reinoso in 2015
Personal information
Full name Carlos Enzo Reinoso Valdenegro[1]
Date of birth (1945-03-07) 7 March 1945 (age 74)
Place of birth Santiago, Chile
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
Audax Italiano
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1962-1969 Audax Italiano 158 (73)
1970-1979 América 297 (88[2])
1979-1981 Deportivo Neza 33 (7)
National team?
1966-1977 Chile 34 (7[3])
Teams managed
1981-1984 América
1985-1987 Tampico
1987-1988 Atlas
1988-1989 Tampico
1989-1992 UANL Tigres
1992-1994 Veracruz
1994-1996 Toros Neza
1997 León
1998 América
1999 Tecos UAG
1999-2000 León
2001-2002 Atlante
2003 León
2004 San Luis
2005-2006 Tecos UAG
2009-2010 Querétaro
2011 América
2015-2016 Veracruz
2016-2017 Veracruz
2019 UAT
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 7 October 2007
? National team caps and goals correct as of 7 October 2007

Carlos Enzo Reinoso Valdenegro (born 7 March 1945) is a Chilean former footballer and manager who recently managed Mexican club UAT.

He began his career in the 1960s playing for Audax Italiano in his native Chile. In 1970 Reinoso was scouted by Mexican club América, with whom he played for nine years. He is considered one of the greatest foreign players in Mexican football history,[4] and among the greatest players in Club América history.[5][6][7]

Playing career

Carlos Reinoso began his playing career playing for boyhood club Audax Italiano, joining them at age 15. He played in over 150 games with Audax before he was sold to Club América of Mexico.

His debut with América came in 1970 in a league match against Atlante. Reinoso played in over 200 matches with the Mexican club, winning the league in the 1970-71 and 1975-76 seasons, as well as the Copa México in 1973-74, a Campeón de Campeones cup in 1975-76, a CONCACAF Cup in 1977, and a Copa Interamericana in 1978. To date, he is the foreigner with the most games played for Club América, playing in 364 games across all competitions, and with 95 goals he is the club's seventh-highest scorer of all-time.

In 1979, Reinoso played a season with Deportivo Neza, before retiring and embarking on a coaching career.

A Chilean international, Reinoso played in 34 matches and scored 7 goals with the national team from 1966 till 1977, and played at the 1974 FIFA World Cup, as well as the 1975 Copa America.

Coaching career

In 1981, Reinoso was named head coach of Club América, with whom he won two league titles, most notably winning the 1983-84 final against rivals Guadalajara. He would go on to manage a number of different clubs in Mexico including former club Neza, Tigres UANL, Tampico Madero, Atlas, Veracruz, León, Atlante, Quéretaro, Tecos UAG, and San Luis, with varying degrees of success.

He managed América twice more, in 1998 and 2011, and last managed Veracruz from 2015 till 2017, winning the Clausura 2016 Copa MX after defeating Necaxa in the final.

Honours

Player

América

Managerial

América
Veracruz

Individual

References

  1. ^ "Carlos Enzo Reinoso Valdenegro". Televisa Deportes. Archived from the original on 2019-04-14. Retrieved .
  2. ^ http://www.zocalo.com.mx/seccion/opinion-articulo/carlos-reinoso
  3. ^ http://www.solofutbol.cl/seleccion%20chilena/jugadores%20seleccion%20chilena%20R/reinoso,%20carlos.html
  4. ^ "Los mejores extranjeros en la historia del fútbol mexicano". Terra Networks. Retrieved 2012.[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ "El Salón de la Fama". Club América - Sitio Oficial.
  6. ^ "Carlos Reinoso: "Soy el mejor extranjero en la historia del futbol mexicano". Ferplei. Retrieved 2010.
  7. ^ "Carlos Reinoso". Realidad Américanista. Archived from the original on 2011-07-20.
  8. ^ http://www2.esmas.com/club-america-v2/salon-de-la-fama/410615/carlos-reinoso/

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