Águilas Doradas Rionegro

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Águilas Doradas[1][2] is a professional Colombian football team based in Rionegro that currently plays in the Categoría Primera A. They play their home games at Alberto Grisales stadium. The club also has a futsal team.

Águilas Doradas
LogoAguilasPereira.png
Full nameÁguilas Doradas S.A.
Nickname(s)Las Águilas Doradas (The Golden Eagles)
Founded16 July 2008; 12 years ago (2008-07-16) (as Itagüí Ditaires)
GroundEstadio Alberto Grisales
Rionegro, Colombia
Capacity14,000
OwnerTalento Dorado S.A.
ChairmanPaola Salazar
ManagerHubert Bodhert
LeagueCategoría Primera A
20209th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

In 2008, the team was founded after a group of investors led by former football player José Fernando Salazar bought the team Bajo Cauca and relocated it to Itagüí.[3] The team had very good results in the Categoría Primera B. In 2010 they became champions and advanced to the Categoría Primera A, while also reaching the final of the Copa Colombia. They had their debut in the Categoría Primera A in 2011 as Itagüí Ditaires, being the first time in the Categoría Primera A that four teams from the same department competed for the grand prize.

The team was expelled from Itagüí in May 2014, following a dispute between the club's chairman and the city's mayor regarding the financial support received by the club from Itagüí's government. The decision to expel the club from the city was made by the mayor after being publicly criticized by the club's chairman for the scarce support provided to the club. This incident meant the team would change its name to Águilas Pereira, moving to the city of Pereira and playing its home matches at Hernán Ramírez Villegas stadium, change approved by DIMAYOR's Assembly in an extraordinary meeting on July 14, 2014.[4][5] In March 2015, the club moved to Rionegro, changing its name to Águilas Doradas,[6] and on January 5, 2016 the club announced it would be changing its name to Rionegro Águilas and its kit colour would be switched from its traditional golden to red.[7]

HonoursEdit

Winners (1): 2010
Runners-up (1): 2009
Runners-up (1): 2010

PlayersEdit

First-team squadEdit

As of 27 January 2020[8]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   EQG Carlos Bejarano (on loan from América de Cali)
3 DF   COL Jeison Quiñones
4 MF   COL Mateo Puerta
5 MF   COL David Contreras
6 MF   COL Giovanny Martínez
10 FW   COL Eliser Quiñones
11 FW   COL Miguel Ángel Murillo
12 GK   COL Juan David Valencia
13 MF   COL Pablo Díaz
14 DF   COL José Ampudia
15 DF   COL Alejandro Artunduaga
16 MF   COL Juan Pablo Otálvaro
17 MF   COL Christian Marrugo
18 DF   COL Álvaro Angulo
19 FW   COL Tomás Salazar
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 FW   COL John Fredy Salazar
21 DF   COL Carlos Ramírez
22 FW   COL Jesús David Rivas
24 FW   COL Jacobo Escobar
25 GK   COL David Agudelo
26 MF   VEN Oscar Hernández
28 DF   VEN Sebastián Rodríguez
30 MF   COL Kevin Castaño
FW   VEN Anthony Uribe
FW   COL César Arias
MF   COL Jhon Pérez
DF   COL Luis Payares
DF   COL Juan Pablo Delgado
MF   COL Esteban Buitrago

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF   COL Fabio Rodríguez (at Atlético Bucaramanga)
FW   COL Johan Jiménez (at Tigres)

ManagersEdit

Country Name Dates
  Colombia Héctor Estrada July 1, 1994 – June 30, 1995
  Colombia Carlos Hoyos Jan 1, 2009 – Nov 11, 2009
  Colombia Álvaro de Jesús Gómez Jan 1, 2010 – Nov 30, 2010
  Colombia Carlos Hoyos Dec 30, 2010 – April 30, 2011
  Colombia Álvaro de Jesús Gómez May 1, 2011 – Dec 31, 2011
  Colombia Hernán Torres Jan 1, 2012 – June 30, 2012
  Colombia Leonel Álvarez July 7, 2012 – Dec 13, 2012
  Colombia Jorge Luis Bernal Jan 8, 2013 – Dec 7, 2013
  Colombia Alberto Gamero Dec 16, 2013 – May 9, 2014
  Colombia Jorge Luis Bernal 3, June 2014 – 23, Sept 2014
  Argentina Óscar Héctor Quintabani Sept 24, 2014 – Dec 31, 2014
  Colombia Álvaro de Jesús Gómez Jan 1, 2015 – April 6, 2015
  Argentina Óscar Héctor Quintabani April 7, 2015 – Sept 28, 2015
  Colombia Néstor Otero Sept 29, 2015–1?
  Colombia Pedro Sarmiento 201?–

Source: Worldfootball.net

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Official page in DIMAYOR.com
  2. ^ "Cambio de nombre a Rionegro Águilas". DIMAYOR.com.co (in Spanish). 22 January 2016.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ ""Las Águilas Doradas fueron expulsadas de Itagüí", Fernando Salazar" ["The "Golden Eagles" were expelled from Itagüí", Fernando Salazar]. Win Sports. Retrieved July 14, 2014.
  5. ^ "De manera unánime, la DIMAYOR autorizó a Águilas Doradas jugar en Pereira" [Unanimously, DIMAYOR authorized Águilas Doradas to play at Pereira]. Win Sports. Retrieved July 15, 2014.
  6. ^ "Águilas ya tiene 'nido': jugará en Rionegro". Futbolred.com (in Spanish). March 18, 2015.
  7. ^ "Águilas Doradas cambia su nombre a Rionegro F.C." Golcaracol.com (in Spanish). January 5, 2016.
  8. ^ "Águilas Doradas". Dimayor. Retrieved 4 January 2021.

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