Patriotas de Córdoba

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Patriotas de Cordoba
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Full name Patriotas de Cordoba
Founded 2009
Ground Estadio Univ. Cristoal Colon Cancha 2
Cordoba, Veracruz
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Juan Antonio Lavin Torres
Manager Juan Ignacio Orea
League Segunda División Profesional
Clausura 2015 Quarterfinals

Patriotas de Cordoba is Mexican football club that plays in the Segunda División Profesional. The club is based in Cordoba, Veracruz.

History[edit]

Patriotas de Cordoba was founded in 2009[1] by Rafael Lavín Levet and the club takes its name after the Patriots that started the Mexican Revolution. The club joined the Tercera División de México in 2009, in that same year the club reached the final against América Manzanillo. The club would go on to earn promotion to the Segunda División Profesional where they currently play.

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Current roster[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 Mexico GK Alan de Jesús Meza
2 Mexico DF Cupertino Pérez
3 Mexico DF Jorge Cabrera
4 Mexico MF Christian Lara
5 Mexico MF Javier del Real
6 Mexico MF Carlos Carrión
7 Mexico DF Eliezer Ruíz
8 Mexico MF Hugo Iza
9 Mexico FW Luis Sahavedra
10 Mexico FW Eduardo Lara
11 Mexico FW Héctor Alvarado
12 Mexico GK Luis Ángel García
13 Mexico MF Edgar Trejo
No. Position Player
14 Mexico MF Ernesto Irigoyen
15 Mexico MF Gustavo Casares
16 Mexico MF Jahzeel Quiroz
17 Mexico DF Jorge Peña
18 Mexico DF Jaime Amaya
19 Mexico FW Ronaldo Cinta
20 Mexico GK Manuel Domínguez
21 Mexico FW Carlos Estrada
22 Mexico FW Pablo Morales
23 Mexico DF Francisco Cid
24 Mexico GK Joehe Henrández
25 Mexico FW Ángel de Jesús Lara

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