2014 Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito season

Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito's 2014 season was the club's 84th year of existence, the 61st year in professional football, and the 53rd in the top level of professional football in Ecuador.

LDU Quito
2014 season
PresidentCarlos Arroyo
ManagerLuis Zubeldía
StadiumEstadio Casa Blanca
Serie AFirst Stage: 5th
Second Stage: 4th
Aggregate: 4th
Top goalscorerLeague: Juan Luis Anangonó (11 goals)
All: Juan Luis Anangonó (11 goals)
Highest home attendance27,211;
(November 23 v. Barcelona)
Lowest home attendance1,467;
(September 26 v. Manta)
Average home league attendance6,918
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Club Edit

Personnel Edit

President: Carlos Arroyo
Honorary President: Rodrigo Paz
President of the Executive Commission: Esteban Paz
President of the Football Commission: Edwin Ripalda
Vice-President of the Football Commission: Patricio Torres
Sporting manager: Santiago Jácome

Coaching staff Edit

Manager: Luis Zubeldía
Assistant manager: Maximiliano Cuberas, Carlos Grueso
Physical trainer: Lucas Vivas
Goalkeeper trainer: Gustavo Flores

Kits Edit

Supplier: Umbro
Sponsor(s): Budweiser, Chevrolet, Tropical, Discover, DirecTV, Roland

Squad information Edit

Liga's squad for the season is allowed a maximum of four foreign players at any one time, and a maximum of eight throughout the season. At the start of the season, Liga was mandated to start one under-19 player in each match. The jersey numbers in the main table (directly below) refer to the number on their domestic league jersey. The under-19 players will wear a jersey number of at least #50.

N
Pos
Nat.
Player
Age
Since
App
Goals
Notes
1 GK   ECU Walter Chávez 19 2011 0 0
2 DF   ECU Norberto Araujo (captain) 35 2007 206 0
3 DF   ECU Luis Luna 25 2012 10 0
5 DF   URU Gerardo Alcoba 29 2014 0 0
6 MF   ECU Danny Cabezas 21 2014 0 0
8 MF   ECU Fernando Hidalgo 28 2011 124 3
9 FW   ECU Luis Congo 24 2014 0 0
10 MF   ECU Hólger Matamoros 28 2014 0 0
11 FW   URU Jonathan Ramis 24 2014 0 0
12 DF   ECU José Madrid 25 2013 28 1
13 DF   ECU Néicer Reasco 36 2008 497 35 Previously with the club from '97–'00 and '01–'06
14 DF   ECU Diego Calderón 27 2014 210 4 Previously with the club from '05 and '07–'12
15 DF   ECU Carlos Arboleda 22 2013 24 0
19 MF   ARG Diego Alberto Morales 27 2014 0 0
20 MF   PAR Enrique Vera 34 2013 163 10 Previously with the club from '06–'08, '09–'10 and '11–'12
21 FW   ECU Juan Luis Anangonó 25 2014 0 0
22 GK   ECU Alexander Domínguez 26 2006 214 0
23 DF   ECU Koob Hurtado 28 2013 11 0
25 GK   ECU Daniel Viteri 32 2011 26 0 Previously with the club from '08–'09
50 MF   ECU Jefferson Intriago 17 2014 0 0 U-19 player
51 FW   ECU Hancel Batalla 16 2014 0 0 U-19 player
52 FW   ECU Diego Hurtado 18 2011 7 0 U-19 player
53 DF   ECU Luis Cangá 18 2014 0 0 U-19 player
55 MF   ECU José Cevallos Enríquez 19 2014 45 9 U-19 player, Previously with the club from '11–'12

Note: Caps and goals are of the national league and are current as of the beginning of the season.

Winter transfers Edit

Summer transfers Edit

On May 13, 2014, Liga de Quito announced that Eduardo Ledesma and Luciano Balbi left the club.[1] The club hired Gerardo Alcoba and Jonathan Ramis as the new foreign players.[2]

Competitions Edit

Pre-season friendlies Edit

January 11 LDU Quito 3–0 Universidad Católica Complejo de Pomasqui
Bolaños  
Congo  
Batallas  
January 11 LDU Quito 1–0 Universidad Católica Complejo de Pomasqui
Mercado  
January 15 Independiente del Valle 0–1 LDU Quito Complejo Independiente del Valle
Matamoros  
January 15 Independiente del Valle 3–1 LDU Quito Complejo Independiente del Valle
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?  
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Santana  
January 18 La Noche Blanca LDU Quito 3–0 América de Cali Quito
18:30 UTC−05:00 Reasco   2'
Congo   14'
Cangá   33'
Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Referee: Diego Lara

Serie A Edit

2014 was LDU Quito's 53rd season in the Serie A.

First stage Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
3 LDU Loja 22 11 3 8 25 31 −6 36
4 Barcelona 22 10 5 7 26 18 +8 35
5 LDU Quito 22 7 8 7 20 22 −2 29
6 Universidad Católica 22 8 4 10 26 28 −2 28
7 El Nacional 22 8 3 11 26 35 −9 27
Updated to match(es) played on 3 August 2014. Source: Ecuafutbol
Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
22 7 8 7 20 22  −2 29 5 4 2 15 11  +4 2 4 5 5 11  −6
January 25 Round 1 Manta 1–0 LDU Quito Manta
12:00 UTC−05:00 Palacios   42' Report Stadium: Estadio Jocay
Attendance: 682
Referee: Omar Ponce
January 29 Round 2 LDU Quito 2–2 LDU Loja Quito
19:00 UTC−05:00 Congo   13'
Bolaños   44'
Report Larrea   69'
Carando   85' (pen.)
Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 4,809
Referee: Daniel Salazar
February 2 Round 3 LDU Quito 1–0 El Nacional Quito
12:00 UTC−05:00 Bolaños   48' Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 11,266
Referee: Samuel Haro
February 9 Round 4 Barcelona 0–0 LDU Quito Guayaquil
16:00 UTC−05:00 Report Stadium: Estadio Monumental Banco Pichincha
Attendance: 17,287
Referee: Diego Lara
February 16 Round 5 LDU Quito 0–0 Mushuc Runa Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 6,461
Referee: Édgar Hinostroza
February 21 Round 6 Deportivo Quito 1–1 LDU Quito Quito
19:15 UTC−05:00 Estupiñán   90+4' (pen.) Report Borja   73' Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Attendance: 16,460
Referee: José Luis Espinel
February 28 Round 7 LDU Quito 3–0 Deportivo Cuenca Quito
19:15 UTC−05:00 Madrid   42'
Borja   48'
Vera   85'
Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 2,707
Referee: Roddy Zambrano
March 9 Round 8 Independiente del Valle 0–0 LDU Quito Sangolquí
11:30 UTC−05:00 Report Stadium: Estadio Rumiñahui
Attendance: 3,917
Referee: Omar Ponce
March 15 Round 9 LDU Quito 0–2 Universidad Católica Quito
17:00 UTC−05:00 Report Cangá   50' (o.g.)
Wila   86'
Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 3,616
Referee: Vinicio Espinel
March 23 Round 10 Emelec 3–0 LDU Quito Guayaquil
17:00 UTC−05:00 Caicedo   8'
Bolaños   25'
Burbano   90+1'
Report Stadium: Estadio George Capwell
Attendance: 13,903
Referee: Carlos Orbe
March 30 Round 11 LDU Quito 2–2 Olmedo Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Congo   8', 58' Report Palacios   90'
Cano   90+1'
Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 3,289
Referee: Carlos Vera
April 6 Round 12 Olmedo 1–0 LDU Quito Riobamba
11:45 UTC−05:00 Cano   46' Report Stadium: Estadio Olímpico de Riobamba
Attendance: 6,635
Referee: Juan Albarracín
April 13 Round 13 LDU Quito 0–0 Emelec Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 15,202
Referee: Daniel Salazar
April 19 Round 14 Universidad Católica 3–1 LDU Quito Quito
12:00 UTC−05:00 Wila   17' (pen.), 84'
Patta   77'
Report Matamoros   46' Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Attendance: 3,863
Referee: Roddy Zambrano
April 27 Round 15 LDU Quito 3–2 Independiente del Valle Ibarra
12:00 UTC−05:00 Congo   21'
Hidalgo   23', 51'
Report Núñez   9'
Solís   63'
Stadium: Estadio Olímpico de Ibarra
Attendance: 6,127
Referee: José Luis Espinel
May 2 Round 16 Deportivo Cuenca 0–0 LDU Quito Cuenca
20:00 UTC−05:00 Report Stadium: Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar
Attendance: 10,872
Referee: Carlos Vera
May 10 Round 17 LDU Quito 2–0 Deportivo Quito Quito
19:00 UTC−05:00 Matamoros   56'
Congo   71' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 7,543
Referee: Daniel Salazar
July 6 Round 18 Mushuc Runa 1–2 LDU Quito Ambato
13:30 UTC−05:00 Barreiro   37' Report Vera   17'
Matamoros   33'
Stadium: Estadio Bellavista
Attendance: 2,757
Referee: José Zambrano
July 12 Round 19 LDU Quito 2–1 Barcelona Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Anangonó   19'
K. Hurtado   56'
Report Oyola   10' Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 11,218
Referee: Vinicio Espinel
July 20 Round 20 El Nacional 0–1 LDU Quito Quito
12:00 UTC−05:00 Report Anangonó   35' (pen.) Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Attendance: 14,047
Referee: Omar Ponce
July 30 Round 21 LDU Loja 1–0 LDU Quito Loja
19:30 UTC−05:00 Uchuari   38' Report Stadium: Estadio Federativo Reina del Cisne
Attendance: 5,622
Referee: Édgar Hinostroza
August 3 Round 22 LDU Quito 0–2 Manta Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Report Mina   3'
Madrid   26' (o.g.)
Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 0
Referee: Juan Carlos Albarracín

Second stage Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
2 Independiente del Valle 22 14 4 4 42 18 +24 46
3 Emelec 22 14 2 6 40 22 +18 44
4 LDU Quito 22 11 7 4 38 22 +16 40
5 El Nacional 22 8 5 9 23 26 −3 29
6 Universidad Católica 22 8 4 10 25 30 −5 28
Updated to match(es) played on 14 December 2014. Source: Ecuafutbol
Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
22 11 7 4 38 22  +16 40 7 3 1 24 8  +16 4 4 3 14 14  0
August 9 Round 1 LDU Quito 1–1 LDU Loja Quito
12:00 UTC−05:00 Congo   56' Report Uchuari   43' Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 2,220
Referee: José Ramón Zambrano
August 13 Round 2 Universidad Católica 1–2 LDU Quito Quito
19:15 UTC−05:00 Cangá   90+1' Report Matomoros   74'
Anangonó   86'
Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Attendance: 2,258
Referee: Diego Lara
August 27 Round 3
(Postponed)
LDU Quito 3–0 Deportivo Quito Quito
19:15 UTC−05:00 Ramis   18'
Anangonó   63'
Matomoros   73'
Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 7,089
Referee: Carlos Vera
Note: The match was originally scheduled for August 17, it was postponed due to the earthquake of 5.1 degrees and its aftershocks that affected Quito.
August 31 Round 5 Barcelona 1–0 LDU Quito Guayaquil
16:45 UTC−05:00 Oyola   2' Report Stadium: Estadio Monumental Banco Pichincha
Attendance: 17,903
Referee: Carlos Orbe
September 14 Round 6 LDU Quito 1–1 Deportivo Cuenca Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Hidalgo   75' Report Frezzotti   88' Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 3,474
Referee: Omar Ponce
September 21 Round 7 Olmedo 1–1 LDU Quito Riobamba
12:00 UTC−05:00 Navarro   57' Report Araujo   82' Stadium: Estadio Olímpico de Riobamba
Attendance: 3,864
Referee: Diego Lara
September 26 Round 8 LDU Quito 2–0 Manta Quito
19:30 UTC−05:00 Ramis   8'
D. Hurtado   90+4'
Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 1,467
Referee: Roddy Zambrano
October 1 Round 9 El Nacional 0–0 LDU Quito Quito
19:15 UTC−05:00 Report Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Attendance: 17,899
Referee: Juan Carlos Albarracín
October 5 Round 10 LDU Quito 2–1 Emelec Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Matamoros   27'
Ramis   90+2'
Report Bolaños   65' (pen.) Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 9,590
Referee: Vinicio Espinel
October 19 Round 11 Mushuc Runa 1–1 LDU Quito Ambato
13:30 UTC−05:00 Hidalgo   90+3' (o.g.) Report Vera   78' Stadium: Estadio Bellavista
Attendance: 8,439
Referee: Omar Ponce
October 22 Round 4
(Postponed)
Independiente del Valle 3–1 LDU Quito Sangolquí
19:00 UTC−05:00 Angulo   1'
Sornoza   15'
Núñez   90+2'
Report Ramis   76' Stadium: Estadio Rumiñahui
Attendance: 2,394
Referee: José Luis Espinel
Note: The match was postponed, by request, because of Independiente's participation in the Copa Sudamericana.
October 26 Round 12 LDU Quito 5–1 Mushuc Runa Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Anangonó   15', 77'
Morales   32' (pen.), 45+2'
Cangá   70'
Report Barreiro   37' (pen.) Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 2,641
Referee: Carlos Vera
November 2 Round 13 Emelec 0–1 LDU Quito Guayaquil
17:00 UTC−05:00 Report Alcoba   40' Stadium: Estadio George Capwell
Attendance: 15,540
Referee: Diego Lara
November 5 Round 14 LDU Quito 2–1 El Nacional Quito
19:00 UTC−05:00 Ramis   46'
Anangonó   70'
Report Valencia   29' Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 7,365
Referee: Omar Ponce
November 9 Round 15 Manta 3–3 LDU Quito Manta
12:00 UTC−05:00 Castilo   32', 60', 77' (pen.) Report Matamoros   46'
Morales   49'
Anangonó   58'
Stadium: Estadio Jocay
Attendance: 1,942
Referee: Samuel Haro
November 14 Round 16 LDU Quito 5–1 Olmedo Quito
19:15 UTC−05:00 Angulo   48' (o.g.)
Hidalgo   59'
Anangonó   61'
Morales   69'
Araujo   83'
Report Navarro   44' (pen.) Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 2,974
Referee: Roddy Zambrano
November 19 Round 17 Deportivo Cuenca 1–2 LDU Quito Cuenca
19:30 UTC−05:00 Cobelli   42' Report Cangá   29'
Morales   88'
Stadium: Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar
Attendance: 8,960
Referee: Édgar Hinostroza
November 23 Round 18 LDU Quito 0–0 Barcelona Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 27,211
Referee: Carlos Vera
November 30 Round 19 LDU Quito 2–0 Independiente del Valle Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Morales   6'
Batalla   70'
Report Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 9,758
Referee: Roddy Zambrano
December 7 Round 20 Deportivo Quito 2–3 LDU Quito Quito
11:30 UTC−05:00 Calderón   66'
Lara   68'
Report Anangonó   22'
Congo   53'
Alcoba   79'
Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Attendance: 16,327
Referee: Carlos Vera
December 10 Round 21 LDU Quito 1–2 Universidad Católica Quito
19:00 UTC−05:00 Anangonó   64' Report Patta   72'
Ibarra   90'
Stadium: Estadio Casa Blanca
Attendance: 6,177
Referee: Omar Ponce
December 14 Round 22 LDU Loja 1–0 LDU Quito Loja
12:00 UTC−05:00 Villacrés   87' (pen.) Stadium: Estadio Federativo Reina del Cisne
Referee: Carlos Orbe

Player statistics Edit

Num
Pos
Player
App
 
 
 
App
 
 
 
Serie A Total
1 GK Walter Chávez
2 DF Norberto Araujo 42 2 7 1 42 2 7 1
3 DF Luis Luna 8 2 8 2
5 DF Gerardo Alcoba 19 2 7 19 2 7
6 MF Danny Cabezas 4 4
8 MF Fernando Hidalgo 41 4 10 41 4 10
9 FW Luis Congo 33 7 6 33 7 6
10 MF Hólger Matamoros 34 7 8 34 7 8
11 FW Jonathan Ramis 17 5 8 1 17 5 8 1
12 DF José Madrid 36 1 9 36 1 9
13 DF Néicer Reasco 27 1 27 1
14 DF Diego Calderón 12 4 12 4
15 DF Carlos Arboleda 1 1
19 MF Diego Alberto Morales 32 6 4 32 6 4
20 MF Enrique Vera 37 3 13 2 37 3 13 2
21 FW Juan Luis Anangonó 25 11 3 25 11 3
22 GK Alexander Domínguez 26 3 26 3
23 DF Koob Hurtado 12 1 3 12 1 3
25 GK Daniel Viteri 18 4 1 18 4 1
50 MF Jefferson Intriago 33 6 1 33 6 1
51 FW Hancel Batalla 27 1 1 27 1 1
52 FW Diego Hurtado 10 1 10 1
53 DF Luis Cangá 31 2 5 31 2 5
55 MF José Cevallos Enríquez 19 1 19 1
5 MF Eduardo Ledesma 12 12
6 DF Luciano Balbi 10 1 10 1
7 MF Luis Bolaños 17 2 2 17 2 2
11 FW Félix Borja 16 2 2 16 2 2
51 DF Gabriel Corozo 5 2 5 2
54 FW Kevin Mercado 8 2 8 2
Totals 57 114 6 57 114 6

Last updated: December 14, 2014
Note: Players in italics left the club mid-season.
Source:[3]

Team statistics Edit

Total Home Away
Games played 44 22 22
Games won 18 12 6
Games drawn 15 7 8
Games lost 11 3 8
Biggest win 5–1 vs Mushuc Runa
5–1 vs Olmedo
5–1 vs Mushuc Runa
5–1 vs Olmedo
2–1 vs Mushuc Runa
1–0 vs El Nacional
2–1 vs Universidad Católica
1–0 vs Emelec
2–1 vs Deportivo Cuenca
3–2 vs Deportivo Quito
Biggest loss 0–3 vs Emelec 0–2 vs Universidad Católica
0–2 vs Manta
0–3 vs Emelec
Clean sheets 15 9 6
Goals scored 58 39 19
Goals conceded 44 19 25
Goal difference +14 +20 -6
Average GF per game 1.32 1.77 0.86
Average GA per game 1 0.86 1.14
Yellow cards 114 58 56
Red cards 6 1 5
Most appearances   Norberto Araujo (42)   Fernando Hidalgo (21)   Norberto Araujo (22)
Most minutes played   Norberto Araujo (3741)   Fernando Hidalgo (1865)   Norberto Araujo (1941)
Top scorer   Juan Luis Anangonó (11)   Juan Luis Anangonó (7)   Juan Luis Anangonó (4)
  Hólger Matamoros (4)
Worst discipline   Enrique Vera (2)     Enrique Vera (1)     Enrique Vera (1)   (5)  
Penalties for 3/8 (37.5%) 2/4 (50%) 1/4 (25%)
Penalties against 8/11 (72.73%) 4/6 (66.67%) 4/5 (80%)
Points 69/132 (52.27%) 43/66 (65.15%) 26/66 (39.39%)
Winning rate 40.91% 54.55% 27.27%

Last updated: December 14, 2014 Source:Competitive matches

References Edit

  1. ^ "'Se confirma la salida de Luciano Balbi y Eduardo Ledesma'" (in Spanish). ldu.com.ec. May 13, 2014. Archived from the original on May 16, 2014. Retrieved May 13, 2014.
  2. ^ "'Con el aporte de J. Ramis el equipo tendrá más peso en ofensiva'" (in Spanish). ldu.com.ec. July 15, 2014. Archived from the original on July 17, 2014. Retrieved July 15, 2014.
  3. ^ "LDU Quito - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics, photos, videos, and news". SoccerWay. Squad.