C.D. Pasaquina

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Pasaquina FC
600px Blu e Giallo (Strisce)3.png
Full name Club Deportivo Pasaquina Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Los Burros
Founded 1962
Ground Estadio Marcelino Imbers,
La Unión, El Salvador
Capacity 5,000
Chairman El Salvador Abilio Menjívar[1]
Manager Brazil Eraldo Correia
League Primera División

Club Deportivo Pasaquina Futbol Club, commonly known as Pasaquina F.C. are a Salvadoran professional football club based in Pasaquina, La Unión Department.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

They currently play in the Salvadoran Primera División.[11][12][13]

History[edit]

Supporters group of Pasaquina F.C. at the Estadio San Sebastian.

The club won the 2013 Apertura and after failing to win 2014 Clausura title it meant the club were forced to play in promotion play-off against Once Lobos over two Legs, which Pasaquina won 2–1 allowing the club to gain promotion to the Primera División for the first time in their history [1].

Crest and shirt[edit]

Since their inception, Pasaquina have played in a color scheme featuring blue and yellow as dominant colors, usually with white highlights. The original Pasaquina logo featured a stylized donkey, a soccer ball inside a shield with yellow and blue colours.

The team rebranded again on July 3, 2014 to a new crest and kit. While still featuring yellow and blue, the new design removed the ball and donkey and made it a more cleaner look which included stars.

Stadium[edit]

Pasaquina currently plays its home games at Estadio Marcelino Imbers in La Union, due to low attendance and meeting the Primera division new footballing standards. Pasaquina previously played its home games at Estadio San Sebastián in Pasaquina. The Estadio San Sebastian is a 5,000-seat soccer-specific stadium. Pasaquina have occasionally held home games at Estadio Jose Ramon Flores in Santa Rosa de Lima.

Honours[edit]

League[edit]

Winners (1): 2013 Apertura
Winners (1): :1999

Current squad[edit]

As of Apertura 2018: [14] [15] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 El Salvador GK William Torres
2 El Salvador DF Raúl Guzmán
3 El Salvador DF Edgar Campos
4 El Salvador DF Nelson Moreno
5 El Salvador MF Isaac Zelaya
6 El Salvador MF Juan José Romero
9 Colombia FW Jeison Quiñones
10 Paraguay FW Arnulfo Larrea
11 El Salvador MF Gerardo Iraheta
12 El Salvador DF Kevin Calderón
No. Position Player
14 El Salvador DF Jorge Umanzor
15 Colombia FW Neymer Miranda
16 El Salvador DF Félix Sánchez
19 El Salvador MF José Benítez
20 El Salvador MF Tony García
21 El Salvador FW Otoniel Salinas
22 El Salvador José Chica
23 El Salvador Carlos Ramírez
24 El Salvador Dixon Rivas
25 El Salvador GK Wilberth Hernández

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
El Salvador FW TBD (at TBD for the 2018–19 season)
El Salvador MF TBD (at TBD for the 2018–19 season)
No. Position Player
El Salvador MF TBD (at TBD for the 2018–19 season)
El Salvador DF TBD (at TBD for the 2018–19 season)

In[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
El Salvador Edgar Campos (from TBD)
El Salvador Nelson Moreno (from TBD)
El Salvador Isaac Zelaya (from TBD)
No. Position Player
El Salvador Gerardo Iraheta (from TBD)
El Salvador Jorge Umanzor (from TBD)
Paraguay Arnulfo Larrea (from TBD)
Colombia Jeison Quiñones (from TBD)

Out[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
El Salvador FW Isidro Gutiérrez (To Municipal Limeño)
El Salvador Kevin Sagastizado (To Aguila)
Saint Kitts and Nevis Devaughn Elliott (To TBD)
No. Position Player
El Salvador DF Carlos Arévalo (To Sonsonate)
El Salvador Nicolás Muñoz (To Metapan)
Colombia Luis Palacios (To TBD)

Players with dual citizenship[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Manager Brazil Eraldo Correia
Assistant Managers El Salvador Nelson Moreno
Physical Trainer Paraguay Antonio Miltos Insfran
Goalkeeper coach
Reserves Manager El Salvador Jose Manuel Romero
Under 17 Manager El Salvador Douglas Palacios
Kinesiólogo
Team Doctor
Kineslogic & Reservation
Utility equipment
Utility equipment & Reservation

Management[edit]

Position Staff
Owner El Salvador Business Partner of Pasaquina
President El Salvador Abilio Menjívar
Vice President
Secretary
Team Manager
Sports Manager
TBD

Reserve League squad[edit]

Pasaquina's reserve squad plays in the twelve-team Primera División Reserves (El Salvador). Current members of the squad are:[16]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
31 El Salvador Miguel Ángel Lazo
34 El Salvador Emerson García
35 El Salvador José Romero
36 El Salvador Alexis Pineda
37 El Salvador José Pérez Torres
40 El Salvador Yelvin Guevara
41 El Salvador Marvin Garmendia
42 El Salvador Erick Leiva Hernández
43 El Salvador Kevin Pérez Galindo
No. Position Player
44 El Salvador Josué Guzmán
45 El Salvador Geison Montesinos
48 El Salvador Juan García
49 El Salvador Jackson Álvarez
50 El Salvador Álex Palacios
51 El Salvador Ulises Santos
52 El Salvador Jorge Posadas Luna
53 El Salvador Alcides Valladares
60 El Salvador Gerson Canales

List of Coaches[edit]

Notable players[edit]

Note: this list includes players that have appeared in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status.

Champion of scoring per season[edit]

Best Scorer[edit]

Season First Name Number of Goals Scored
Clausura 2016 Paraguay Javier Lezcano 11 Goals
Achievement Record (Year Division)
Highest League Finish Eighth in Apertura 2017 (TBD)
Most League Points in a Season 101 in 2018 (TBD)
Record Victory 4–1 vs Atletico Marte, 2015
Record Home Victory 4–1 vs Atletico Marte, 2015
Record Away Victory 6–0 vs TBD, | 13 April 2013
Record Defeat 0-8 vs Santa Tecla F.C., 2016
Record Home Defeat 0-4 vs Alianza F.C., 2015
0-4 vs C.D. Luis Angel Firpo, 2016
Record Away Defeat 0-8 vs Santa Tecla F.C., 2016
Record Copa El Salvador Victory 2-1 vs La Asunción, 15 March 2017
2-1 C.D. Chaguite, 23 November 2016
Record Copa El Salvador Defeat 1-4 vs C.D. Chaguite, 29 March 2017
Most Successive Victories TBD matches (from 26 December 1999 to 7 March 2000)
Most Games Without A Win TBD matches (from 18 October 2008 to 13 January 2009)
Most Successive Defeats TBD matches (from 11 April 1990 to 15 September 1990)
Most Successive Draws TBD matches (from 13 December 1992 to 16 January 1993)
Longest Unbeaten TBD matches (from 4 October 1980 to 20 December 1980)
Record Attendance 75,031 vs TBD, 17 October 1938
Record League Attendance 68,160 vs TBD, 17 October 1936
Record Gate Receipts £400,920 vs TBD, 19 February 2005

Player records[edit]

Achievement Player (Record)
Most appearances TBD (623)
Most appearances (outfield) TBD (591)
Most goals TBD (168)
Most hat-tricks TBD (8)
Most capped player TBD (126)
Most capped player while at the club TBD (42)
Oldest player TBD (42 years and 47 days)
Youngest player TBD (16 years and 59 days)
Oldest scorer TBD (38 years and 239 days)
Youngest scorer TBD (16 years and 310 days)
Quickest scorer TBD (9 seconds)
Quickest sending off TBD (3 minutes)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "abilio menjivar pasaquina - Google Search". www.google.com. 
  2. ^ Gráfico, El. "El portero Wálter López llega al Águila por la titularidad". 
  3. ^ Gráfico, El. "Pasaquina refuerza su defensa con Raúl González". 
  4. ^ Gráfico, El. "Pasaquina volverá al trabajo el 19 de junio". 
  5. ^ Gráfico, El. "Técnico del Pasaquina: "La ventaja del Alianza solo es entre comillas"". 
  6. ^ Gráfico, El. "Omar Sevilla está "encanchimbado" y Alianza puede pagar por su enojo". 
  7. ^ Gráfico, El. "Pasaquina y otros equipos que desprecian su localía por una mejor taquilla". 
  8. ^ Gráfica, La Prensa. "Jugadores del Pasaquina sufren fuerte accidente vehicular". La Prensa Gráfica. 
  9. ^ Gráfico, El. "El Pasaquina cierra filas y confirma a sus extranjeros". 
  10. ^ "Pasaquina revela sus bajas para el Clausura 2018". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  11. ^ "El Pasaquina se muda a una cancha sintética". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  12. ^ "Pasaquina analiza trasladar juego ante Alianza a San Salvador". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  13. ^ "Así justifica el Pasaquina su partido ante Alianza en el Cuscatlán". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  14. ^ https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cnbw0MVWgAAkFII.jpg
  15. ^ "Pasaquina Futbol Club :: Estadísticas :: Títulos :: Títulos :: Historia :: Goles :: Próximos Partidos :: Resultados :: Noticias :: Vídeos :: Fotos :: Plantilla :: ceroacero.es". www.ceroacero.es. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  16. ^ https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cnbw1SaWIAQ6IqJ.jpg
  17. ^ "¡Vaya bronca! También expulsaron al técnico del Pasaquina". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  18. ^ "Técnico del Pasaquina denuncia agresión de un árbitro". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  19. ^ ""Alianza es un Goliat para nosotros"". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  20. ^ "Técnico del Pasaquina asegura que el Alianza merece ser campeón". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  21. ^ "Neymar y Cavani deben aprender de Nico e Isidro". elgrafico.com. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  22. ^ "Carranza Murillo: "Hay que esperar un poco más a los extranjeros" - elsalvador.com". elsalvador.com. 25 January 2018. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 
  23. ^ "Manuel Carranza Murillo casi fuera del Pasaquina – Culebrita Macheteada – Futbol El Salvador". culebritamacheteada.com.sv. Retrieved 11 April 2018. 

External links[edit]

  • [2] – Ceracero