Eugenio Dolmo Flores

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Dolmo Flores
Personal information
Full name Mario Eugenio Dolmo Flores
Date of birth (1965-07-31) July 31, 1965 (age 52)
Place of birth Puerto Cortés, Honduras
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1983–1985 Platense 74 (10)
1985–1986 Suchitepequez
1986–1988 Olimpia
1989–1992 Santos Laguna 94 (19)
1992–1993 Petrotela
1993–1994 Alajuelense 22 (9)
1994 Universitario (10)
1995–1999 Olimpia (23)
1999–2001 Victoria (4)
2001 Broncos
2002–2003 Isidro Metapán
2003 Real Estelí
National team
1988–1997 Honduras 42 (6)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 24 May 2013
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 24 May 2013

Mario Eugenio Dolmo Flores (born 31 July 1965 in Puerto Cortés) is a retired Honduran footballer.

Club career[edit]

Born in Puerto Cortés, Flores began his footballing career at local side Platense. He soon arrived to renowned Olimpia, where he would make his name later leaving for Santos Laguna. In November 2012 he was nominated to become a "Guerrero de Honor" (Warrior of Honour) of Santos.[1]

He also had a season in Peru with Universitario, where he played alongside compatriot César Obando,[2] and in Costa Rica with Alajuelense.[3] After a few seasons back in Honduras he retired after playing on 26 May 2001 for Broncos[4] then moved abroad again to play in El Salvador with Isidro Metapán in the 2002 Clausura.[5]

He was later dismissed by Nicaraguans Real Estelí in October 2003 and duly finished his career.[6] He played with Alex Pineda Chacón, Danilo Galindo, Juan Carlos Espinoza, Nahúm Espinoza and Belarmino Rivera in the Olimpia and they won the CONCACAF Champions League in 1988. [7]

International career[edit]

A left-sided forward, Flores made his debut for Honduras in the late 1980s and has earned a total of 42 caps, scoring 6 goals. He has represented his country in 12 FIFA World Cup qualification matches[8] and played at the 1993 UNCAF Nations Cup[9] as well as at the 1991[10] and 1993 CONCACAF Gold Cups.[11]

International goals[edit]

Scores and results list Honduras' goal tally first.
N. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 28 June 1991 Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States  Canada 4–0 4-2 1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup
2. 5 July 1991 Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States  Costa Rica 2–0 2-0 1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup
3. 8 November 1992 Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica (1924), San José, Costa Rica  Costa Rica 1–2 3-2 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
4. 8 June 1994 Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, United States  Brazil 2–5 2–8 Friendly match
5. 26 January 1997 Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile  Chile 1–1 2–3 Friendly match
6. 26 January 1997 Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile  Chile 2–3 2–3 Friendly match

Personal life[edit]

Dolmo Flores is married to Brenda.[12] In March 2013, his daughter Melania Yazareth Dolmo Gutiérrez and her husband were killed in Puerto Cortés.[13]

Honours and awards[edit]

Club[edit]

C.D. Olimpia

Country[edit]

Honduras

References[edit]

  1. ^ Santos de México podría premiar al hondureño Dolmo Flores - Diez (in Spanish)
  2. ^ ¿Dónde anda Dolmo Flores? - Goal.com (in Spanish)
  3. ^ Acciones de jugadores hondureños - Nación (in Spanish)
  4. ^ Ismael responde Archived September 27, 2013, at the Wayback Machine. - La Prensa (in Spanish)
  5. ^ Al jaguar le faltan manchas - El Diario de Hoy (in Spanish)
  6. ^ Dolmo fuera - La Prensa (in Spanish)
  7. ^ [1] (in Spanish)
  8. ^ Eugenio Dolmo FloresFIFA competition record
  9. ^ UNCAF Tournament 1993 - RSSSF
  10. ^ CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 1991 - Full Details - RSSSF
  11. ^ CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 1993 - Full Details - RSSSF
  12. ^ Feliz Dolmo Flores de estar en La Laguna - El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish)
  13. ^ Matan a hija del exfutbolista Dolmo Flores y a su marido - La Prensa (in Spanish)

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