Juan reynoso obtained 84 international caps for his national team, in which he scored 5 goals. Check out teams coached by him in this article
Juan Reynoso : Noticias | Teams coached | Net worth
Reynoso started his career in Peru, where he played for Alianza Lima from 1986 to 1990. He later joined Spanish club Sabadell in 1990, with the club featuring in the Segunda División at the time.
At the international level Reynoso capped for the Peru, with 84 appearances from 1986 to 2000, serving as captain from 1993 to 1999.
He represented the team at five Copa America tournaments in 1987, 1989, 1993, 1995 and 1999. He also captained the team to reach the semi finals of 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup his final tournament.
In his only season with the Barcelona-based club, he played 14 league matches and returned to Alianza Lima the following year.
He stayed with Alianza Lima until 1992 before signing for fellow Peruvian club Universitario in January 1993.
In his first season with the club he won his first career title as the club won the Peruvian Primera División in the 1993 season.
Juan reynoso noticias
During the 1996–97 season he was a key member of the Cruz Azul side that won 1996–97 Copa México after they won by a 2–0 victory over Toros Neza in the final.
In 1997, he captained the club to the Primera División de México Invierno 1997 title ending a 17-year championship drought.
Alongside that he led them to retain their CONCACAF Champions’ Cup for the 1997 season after Los Angeles Galaxy 5–2 in the final, completing a continental treble, the second time in the club’s in history.
He joined Mexican club Necaxa in 2002. In 2004, he announced his retirement from playing football after almost 20 years of playing.
Juan Reynoso noticias obtained 84 international caps for his national team, in which he scored five goals.
He made his debut on January 28, 1986 against PR China (1-3), when he was aged sixteen (and 31 days).
Reynoso played his last international match for his native country on February 23, 2000 against Colombia (1–2).
He served as captain of the side from 1993 to 1999 and featured in five Copa America tournaments namely 1987, 1989, 1993, 1995 and 1999.
Reynoso started his coaching career immediately after retiring at Club Necaxa in 2004 and was appointed as the assistant coach of the club serving under Raúl Arias. He played that role until 2006.
|2012||Cruz Azul (assistant)|
|2013–2014||Cruz Azul Hidalgo|
In 2007, he returned to his native Peru and was appointed as the head coach of Coronel Bolognesi.
He led the club to their first league title in the history of the club (78 years) by winning the 2007 Torneo Clausura.
In 2012, he returned to his former Cruz Azul to serve as the assistant coach to Enrique Meza, the coach who signed him for the club in 1994.
He moved on to serve as the head coach of Cruz Azul Hidalgo from 2013 to 2014.
Reynoso moved back to his native Peru and signed for Melgar in January 2014. In 2015, he led the club to the 2015 Torneo Clausura and ultimately the 2015 Peruvian Primera División to end their 34-year championship drought.
in 2017, he also led the team to the 2017 Torneo de Verano beating UTC via a penalty shootout in the finals after a 2–2 aggregate in the double legged final.
This resulted in him winning his third league title at the end of his three year tenure.
After his exploits with Melgar, he moved back to Mexico in October 2019 to serve as the assistant coach to Enrique Meza, this time at Liga MX club Puebla.
After spending two years with as assistant at Puebla, in March 2019, he returned to Peru to serve the head coach of Real Garcilaso, now Cusco FC.
He was recently the coach of his former team Cruz Azuk from 2021 to 2022.
Reynoso has garnered an estimated net worth of approximately $5 million as of 2022.
- Net worth : $5 Million
He captained the team to make it to the semi-finals of the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup his last tournament.
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