Deportivo Mictlán

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Deportivo Mictlán
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Full name Club Deportivo Mictlán
Nickname(s) Los Conejos (The Rabbits)
Ground Estadio La Asunción
Asunción Mita, Guatemala
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Erlin Armando Palma
Manager Sergio Guevara[1]
League Liga Nacional de Guatemala

Deportivo Mictlán is a Guatemalan football club, playing in the top division again in the 2010 Clausura tournament.

Nicknamed Los Conejos (the Rabbits) and based in Asunción Mita, Jutiapa, their home stadium is Estadio La Asunción, which holds 3,000.[2]

History[edit]

Mictlán was promoted for the first time in 1992 when they bought the license that Galcasa from Villa Nueva left in the top division. In 2006 Mictlán achieved their second promotion to the Liga Nacional when they defeated Xinabajul in Primera División de Ascenso extra match,[3] playing the 2006–2007 season in Liga Nacional for the first time since 1996. They would be back in the Second Division soon again after finishing last in the overall standings, thus being automatically demoted and stay there through the 2009–2010 season .

The team returned to Guatemala's top division for the 2010 Clausura tournament after defeating Sacachispas 1–0 in overtime.

Current Coaching Staff[edit]

  • As of December 1, 2012.
Position Nationality Name
Manager  Chile Sergio Pardo
Fitness Coach  Uruguay Pablo Vega

Board of directors[edit]

  • As of June 25, 2010.[4]
Position Name
President Erlin Armando Palma
Deputy President Armando Brindis
Deputy President Manuel Armando Rodríguez
Deputy President Rubén Arturo Rodríguez
Secretary Álvaro Tobar
Treasurer Fredy Corado

Club Statistics and Records[edit]

  • Biggest win achieved: 6–1 to Juventud Retalteca (1993–94 League).
  • Embedded biggest win: 6–1 from Comunicaciones (1994–95 League).
  • Best League position: 3rd. (1995)
  • Top scorer: Rudy Rolando Ramírez (18 goals)

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