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Deportivo Malacateco
Malacateco toros logo.png
Full nameClub Deportivo Malacateco-Coatepeque
Nickname(s)Toros (Bulls)
Founded1962; 57 years ago (1962)
GroundEstadio Santa Lucía
Malacatán, Guatemala
Capacity7,000
ManagerNelson Mauricio Ancheta
LeagueLiga Nacional de Futbol
2010 Clausura
Grupo A
7th

Club Deportivo Malacateco-Coatepeque is a Guatemalan football club based in Malacatán, San Marcos.

They play their home games in the Estadio Santa Lucía.

History[edit]

Nicknamed Los Toros, the club was founded on 8 September 1962 after a merger of clubs Morazán, Interrogación and Juvenil and by initiative of Humberto Bermúdez, Evelio de León, Felipe Sánchez, José María Munguía, José Rivera, Vicente López and Feliciano Boj.[1] Forty five years later, they earned their historic promotion to Liga Mayor by defeating Juventud Retalteca 3–0 (3–2 agg.) in the Primera División de Ascenso 2007 Clausura final. This was also the first time in Primera División de Ascenso history that the same team won both the Apertura and Clausura tournaments, thus being automatically promoted without a need of an "extra" game. In 2008, they were relegated to Primera División after ending in last place in the Liga Mayor. In 2010, the club returned to the top division in Guatemala.[2]

Carlos Mercedes Vásquez[edit]

In November 2010, first team squad member Carlos Mercedes Vásquez was kidnapped and murdered. A note on his body parts claimed he was killed for messing with another man's woman.[3]

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Guatemala GK Ricardo Trigueño
2 Guatemala DF Edy Cabrera
3 Guatemala DF Manuel Moreno
4 Guatemala DF José Castañeda
5 Guatemala DF Brandon de León
6 Guatemala MF Jorge Matul
7 Guatemala FW Kenwi Velásquez
8 Guatemala MF Benedicto Aldana
9 Costa Rica FW Andrés Lezcano
10 Guatemala MF Franclin Barrios
11 Guatemala FW Edward Santaliz
12 Guatemala GK Carlos Iván Morales
13 Guatemala FW Jean Patrick Howell
14 Guatemala FW Jorge Sánchez
15 United States DF Rudy Baldetti
16 Argentina MF Hector Sanabria
17 Guatemala MF Bainer Barrios
19 Guatemala FW Juan Valenzuela
20 El Salvador MF Fabricio Alfaro
21 Guatemala FW Julio Rosal
22 Guatemala FW Oscar Isaula
No. Position Player
23 Guatemala DF Wilmer García
24 Argentina DF César Luis Vega
25 Colombia MF Jhon Hurtado
28 Uruguay FW Gonzalo Da Luz
30 Guatemala DF Sixto Betancourt
32 Guatemala GK Julio Ochoa
34 Guatemala DF Manuel Ovando
50 Guatemala FW Rithjard Barrios
52 Guatemala GK Manuel Sosa
53 Guatemala MF Rudy Chacón
54 Guatemala MF Jonathan Pérez
55 Uruguay MF Víctor Rosa
71 Guatemala DF Jose Andrade
77 Guatemala FW José Longo
80 Uruguay MF Víctor Fagundez
88 Guatemala MF Sergio Jucup
90 Guatemala MF Elton Brown
91 Guatemala FW Gerardo Molina
99 Guatemala FW José Daniel Campos
100 Guatemala MF Hamilton López
Mexico FW Luis Ángel Landín

List of coaches[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Deportivo Malacateco – DeGuate (in Spanish)
  2. ^ Guatemala 2009/10 – RSSSF
  3. ^ Carlos Mercedes Vasquez's body found – ESPN
  4. ^ Fallece nuevo entrenador del club malacateco Archived 2014-12-31 at the Wayback Machine – La Nacion (in Spanish)