Gerardo Reinoso

This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Reinoso and the second or maternal family name is Torres.
Gerardo Reinoso
Personal information
Full nameGerardo Manuel Reinoso Torres
Date of birth (1965-05-16) 16 May 1965 (age 49)
Place of birthLa Rioja, Argentina
Height1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1983–1987Independiente165(22)
1988–1990River Plate20(4)
1991Boca Juniors2(1)
1992Independiente16(1)
1992Unión Española
1993Universidad Católica36(13)
1993–1994Correcaminos
1994–1995Club León34(3)
1995LDU Quito19(4)
1996Santiago Wanderers24(3)
1997Palestino0(0)
1998 1998–1999Deportivo Cali0(0)
1998–1999Jorge Wilstermann33(2)
2000General Paz Juniors
2001–2002Patronato de Paraná
2003Oriente Petrolero2(1)
National team
?Argentina?(?)
Teams managed
2000General Paz Juniors
2001–2002Patronato de Paraná
2002Club Estudiantes de La Rioja
2004–2006Rangers de Talca
2006Tiburones Rojos de Coatzacoalcos
2007Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz
2007–2008Firpo
2009-San Telmo
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Gerardo Manuel Reinoso Torres (born 16 May 1965 in La Rioja) is a former Argentine footballer who played for the Argentina national team.[1] After retiring as a player he turned to management and currently works as the coach of San Telmo in Argentina.

Playing career

Reinoso started his career with Independiente where he was part of the squad that won the Copa Libertadores and Copa Intercontinental in 1984.

In 1988 Reinoso joined River Plate helping the club to win the 1989–1990 championship. In 1991 he joined River's fiercest rivals Boca Juniors but only played three games for the club, two of which were the championship final against Newell's Old Boys, which Boca lost.

After a brief return to Independiente Reinoso became a journeyman footballer, playing all over Latin America for clubs such as Unión Española, Santiago Wanderers, Palestino and Universidad Católica in Chile, Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas (Correcaminos) and Club Leon in Mexico, LDU Quito in Ecuador, Deportivo Cali and Independiente Santa Fe de Bogotá in Colombia, Jorge Wilstermann and Oriente Petrolero in Bolivia.

He also had spells in the Argentine lower leagues with General Paz Juniors and Patronato de Paraná.

Titles as a player

Season Team Title
1984 Argentina Independiente Copa Libertadores
1984 Argentina Independiente Copa Intercontinental
1989-90 Argentina River Plate Primera División Argentina
1998 Colombia Deportivo Cali Colombian league

Managerial career

Reinoso worked as manager of General Paz Juniors and Patronato de Paraná in the lower leagues of Argentine football. He then had a spell with Rangers de Talca in Chile,[2] Tiburones Rojos de Coatzacoalcos and Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz in Mexico, before joining C.D. Luis Ángel Firpo.[3]

References

External links

  • (Spanish) BDFA profile
  • Gerardo Reinoso stats at Medio Tiempo.com (Spanish)
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