C.D. Titán

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C.D. Titán
Full name Club Deportivo Titán de Texistepeque
Nickname(s) Los de Texistepeque, Los de Texis, Los Talcigüines
Founded 1930
Ground Cancha Sandoval,
Texistepeque, El Salvador
Chairman El Salvador José Armando Portillo
Manager El Salvador Antonio García Prieto
League Segunda División
Clausura 2012 grupo A, 5th

Club Deportivo Titan de Texistepeque is a Salvadoran football club based in Texistepeque, Santa Ana Department, El Salvador.

The club currently participates in the Segunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño. Their home stadium is Cancha Sandoval.[1]


Founded in 1930, Titán won their first league title on 26 December 2010, with a victory over Juventud Independiente, thanks to a goal from Panamanian striker Víctor Barrera.[2] They won their second title however both time they lost their promotion matches to Juventud Independiente and Santa Tecla F.C.. On 9 July, Titan sent a message on their official page announcing due to financial trouble the club sold their spot in the segunda division to C.D. Sonsonate.


Apertura 2010, Apertura 2011

Current squad[edit]

As of December 6, 2010: 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 Enllelbert González
3 El Salvador DF Jose Raul Morales
6 El Salvador MF Marvin "Harry" Menéndez
7 El Salvador DF Walter Magaña
8 El Salvador MF Francisco "Bombillo" Duarte
9 Panama FW Víctor Barrera
10 El Salvador MF Johnny "Peluche" Valle
11 El Salvador MF Erick "Chino" Orellana
12 El Salvador Omar Flores
No. Position Player
13 Panama DF Mandell Scott
14 El Salvador FW Mario Gutiérrez
16 El Salvador MF Jaime "El Gato" Gómez
17 El Salvador MF Jolvin Sandoval
20 El Salvador Douglas Leiva
22 El Salvador DF Julio "Serrucho" Cerritos
24 El Salvador DF Moisés "Pai" Menéndez
El Salvador Jesús Barrios

Notable former managers[edit]

El Salvador:


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