Carlos Turrubiates

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Carlos Turrubiates
Personal information
Full name Carlos Turrubiates Pérez
Date of birth (1968-01-24) January 24, 1968 (age 46)
Place of birth Reynosa, Mexico
Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
Playing position Defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1990–1993 Club León 68 (4)
1993–1996 Chivas de Guadalajara 69 (5)
1996–1998 Club León 65 (6)
1998–1999 Atlante F.C. 17 (2)
2000 Club León 8 (0)
National team
1990–1995 Mexico 5 (0)
Teams managed
2003 Trotamundos Tijuana
2009–2010 Tigres B
2010 Veracruz
2011– Veracruz B
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Carlos Turrubiates Pérez (born 24 January 1968 in Reynosa, Tamaulipas) is a retired Mexican professional footballer who played for Club León, Chivas de Guadalajara and Atlante.

A central defender, Turrubiates began his career with León during the 1990–91 season.[1] In the following year, he scored the goal in extra time that won the championship for León against Puebla.[2] He scored three times in the 1992–93 season and then moved to Guadalajara, where he played three years before returning to León. Turrubiates again reached the final with León during the Invierno 1997 campaign, only to lose in extra time on this occasion to Cruz Azul on a penalty from Carlos Hermosillo. Moving to Atlante in 1998, Turrubiates came back for a third stint at León in 1999 and played his final top-division season in 2000.[1]

Turrubiates also earned 7 caps for the Mexican national team. His first international appearance came on 29 June 1993 in an exhibition match against Costa Rica, a 2–0 win in which Mexico fielded a large number of untried players because the starters were at the 1993 Copa América.[3] Turrubiates himself was on the Copa América roster, but did not play.[4] He subsequently appeared for Mexico's victorious team in the 1993 CONCACAF Gold Cup, coming off the bench in the semifinal against Jamaica,[5] but was unable to make the World Cup squad coached by Miguel Mejía Baron. Three years later, Turrubiates returned to the national team under Bora Milutinovic, starting in Mexico's 1–0 loss to Jamaica in a World Cup qualifier on 17 November 1996.[6] His final cap was on 5 February 1997, when he played the first hour in a 3–1 victory over Ecuador before being replaced by the 17-year-old Rafael Márquez, who was making his international debut.[7]

Management career[edit]

After announcing the departure of Sergio Bueno as manager of Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz, the board of directors made it official that Turrubiates will be the interim coach, a former Primera División player and manager for various teams of the two major tiers of Mexican football.

External links[edit]

  1. ^ a b MedioTiempo. "Carlos Turrubiates – León". Retrieved on 18 January 2013.
  2. ^ MedioTiempo. "León 2 – 0 Puebla". Retrieved on 18 January 2013.
  3. ^ Courtney, Barrie & Cazal, Jean-Michel. "International Matches 1993 – North and Central America and Caribbean". RSSSF, 2 February 2005. Retrieved on 18 January 2013.
  4. ^ Tabeira, Martín. "Copa América 1993". RSSSF, 22 August 2008. Retrieved on 18 January 2013.
  5. ^ Bobrowsky, Josef. "CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 1993 – Full Details". RSSSF, 22 October 2001. Retrieved on 18 January 2013.
  6. ^ FIFA. "Match Report – Jamaica – Mexico 1:0". 17 November 1996. Retrieved on 18 January 2013.
  7. ^ Morrison, Neil. "International Matches 1997 – Intercontinental". RSSSF, 2 February 2005. Retrieved on 18 January 2013.