|Full name||Léider Calimenio Preciado Guerrero|
|Date of birth||February 26, 1977|
|Place of birth||Tumaco, Nariño, Colombia|
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|† Appearances (Goals).|
Léider Calimenio Preciado Guerrero (born 26 February 1977 in Tumaco) is a retired Colombian football striker, who currently manages minor league teams (lower divisions) for Independiente Santa Fe. He has played for Independiente Santa Fe, Once Caldas, Racing Santander (Spain), CD Toledo (Spain), Deportivo Cali and Al Shabab (Saudi Arabia).
He played for one of the most popular clubs from Ecuador, Sociedad Deportivo Quito. He was part of their 2008 championship team.
He played for the Colombia national football team and was a participant in the 1998 FIFA World Cup, where he scored one goal against the Tunisia national football team. Preciado is one of the most important Colombian strikers; he has scored 108 goals for Independiente Santa Fe, 3 of them at the Copa libertadores de América in 2006, and more than 160 goals in his entire career. He was the top scorer of the second half of the Colombian Championship (Torneo Finalización) in 2003 and 2004.
On April 26, 2008, Preciado became one of the 3 leading scorers, besides Miguel Ángel Converti and Alfredo Castillo, in the history of the Bogota Derby (Independiente Santa Fe vs Club Deportivo Los Millonarios), after scoring in Santa Fe's 2-0 victory over Millonarios. Preciado has 15 goals in this Derby, all of them with Santa Fe.
- "Gracias, Léider". El Espectador. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
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