Juan Reynoso Biography, Age, Career, Family, Height and Net Worth

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 Who is Juan Reynoso?

Juan Maximo Reynoso Guzman is a famous Peruvian professional manager and former footballer. He began his playing career in his native Peru, playing from 1986 to 1990 for Alianza Lima. Reynoso made more than 200 appearances with Cruz Azul where he served as captain and led the team to a historic treble in the 1996-97 season. He then joined Necaxa and retired in 2004 following making playing more than 75 games.

Reynoso played for Peru at the international level, with 84 appearances from 1986 to 2000, serving as captain from 1993 to 1999. He also represented the team at five Copa America tournaments in 1987, 1989, 1993, and 1999. Reynoso captained the team to reach the semi-finals of the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup, his last tournament.

Juan Reynoso Career

Club career

Juan began his career in Peru, playing for Alianza Lima from 1996 to 1990. He then joined the Spanish club Sabadell in 1990, with the club featuring in the Segunda Division at the time. In Reynoso’s only season with the Barcelona-based club, he played 14 league matches and went back to Alianza Lima the next year. Reynoso stayed with Alianza Lima until 1992 prior to signing for fellow Peruvian club Universitario in January 1993. He earned his first career title as the club won the Peruvian Primera Division in the 1993 season in his first season with the club.

Reynoso moved to Mexico and joined Liga MX Cruz Azul in July 1994, where he would end up playing for eight years from 1994 to 2002. He then won the CONCACAF Champions’ Cup n 1996 with the club. Within the 1996-97 season, he was a key member of the Cruz Azul side that won the 1996-97 Copa Mexico after they won by a 2-0 win against Toros Neza in the final.

Reynoso captained the club to the Primera Division de Mexico Invierno 1997 title ending a 17-year championship drought in 1997. Also, he guided them to keep their CONCACAF Champions’ Cup for the 1997 season against Los Angeles Galaxy 5-2 in the final, finishing a continental treble, the second time in the club’s history. Reynoso then joined the Mexican club Necaxa in 2002. He revealed his retirement from playing football following almost 20 years of playing in 2004.

International career

He obtained 84 international caps for his national team, in which he scored five goals. Reynoso made his debut against PR China (1-3) aged sixteen and 31 days on January 28, 1986. He played his last international match for his native country on February 23, 2000, against Colombia (1-2). Reynoso also served as captain of the side from 1993 to 1999. He additionally featured in five Copa America tournaments in 1987, 1989, 1993, 1995, and 1999. He captained the team to make it to the semi-finals of the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup his last tournament.

A photo of Juan Reynoso

A photo of Juan Reynoso

How old is Juan Reynoso?

Juan Maximo Reynoso Guzman is aged 52 as of 2021, having been born on December 28, 1969, in Lima, Peru. He shares his birthday with famous people including Denzel Washington, Sienna Miller, Seth Mayers, Gayle King, Arianna Hailey, John Legend, Edgar Winter, Jimmy Fallon, Adam Gregory, and Thomas Dekker, among others.

Juan Reynoso Family

Who are Juan Reynoso’s parents?

Juan Maximo Reynoso Guzman was born to his parents in Lima, Peru. He has not mentioned or shared any information about his family and parents with the media.

Does Juan Reynoso have siblings?

Reynoso has not shared any information about his family or siblings with the media and has also not mentioned them.

Juan Reynoso Education

It is not clear where he got educated or what qualifications he has as he has not shared his personal information with the media.

Juan Reynoso Spouse

Reynoso has not mentioned or shared any information about his love life with the media and it is not known if he is married and to who. He has also not been linked to any relationship by the media.

Juan Reynoso Kids

Reynoso is not linked to having any children of his own as he has not shared any information about his love and marriage life.

Juan Reynoso Height

Reynoso has a well-built, muscular, and athletic body with an impressive height of 5 ft 11 in (1.81 m) and a weight of 78 kg (171.96 lbs).

Managerial career

He then began his coaching career instantly after retiring at Club Necaxa in 2004, Reynoso was also appointed as the assistant coach of the club serving under Raul Arias and served until 2006.

Bolognesi

In 2007, Juan went back to his native Peru and was selected as the head coach of Coronel Bolognesi. He guided the club to their first league title in the history of the club (78 years) by winning the 2007 Torneo Clausura. He then returned to his former Cruz Azul in 2012 to work as the assistant coach to Enrique Meza, the coach who signed him for the club in 1994. Reynoso then moved to serve as the head coach of Cruz Azul Hidalgo from 2013 to 2014.

Melgar

Juan moved back to his native Peru and signed for Melgar in January 2014. He then led the club to the 2015 Torneo Clausura and finally the 2015 Peruvian Primera Division to end their 34-year championship drought. Reynoso guided the team to the 2017 Torneo de Verano defeating UTC by a penalty shootout in the finals following a 2-2 aggregate in the double-legged final in 2017. This led to him winning his third league title at the end of his three-year duration.

Puebla

Following his exploits with Melgar, Reynoso went back to Mexico in October 2019 to work as the assistant coach to Enrique Meza, this time at Liga MX club Puebla. After serving two years as an assistant at Puebla, he went back to Peru to serve as the head coach of Real Garcilaso, now Cusco FC in March 2019.

Five months later, he returned to Puebla as their new head coach in August 2019. In the 2020 Liga MX Apertura, he guided the club to beat reigning champions Monterrey in a penalty shootout to qualify for the quarter-finals. During the quarter-finals, the club beat final winners Leon by 2-1 in the first leg, but they were defeated 2-0 by Leon in the second leg of the quarterfinals and eliminated by 3-2 on aggregate. After the club’s quarterfinal elimination from the tournament, Juan was fired in December 2020. Within his time he led the club to 14 wins, 8 draws, and 19 losses, and was replaced by Nicolas Larcamon.

Cruz Azul

Reynoso was selected as the head coach of his former club Cruz Azul, taking the place of Luis Armando Gonzalez who was serving in a caretaker role in January 2021. He then won his four out of his six matches in charge picking up the 12 points, the highest Cruz Azul’s manager’s debut in the last six years.

He guided the club in making history by winning the Liga MX on May 31, 2021, when they beat Santos Laguna 2-1 on aggregate in the final to win the Guardianes 2021 season title. This was the club’s ninth in all, but the first in 24 years, ending a title drought for the Los Azules since 1997 when he captained them to claim the trophy. With the victory, he also became the club’s first foreign-born manager to win the title. Reynoso became the first to win a league title as both a player and a coach for Cruz Azul in the club’s history.

He then guided Cruz Azul to the 2021 Campeon de Campeones defeating Leon by 2-1 at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California on July 18, 2021. The match was between Liga MX season’s Apertura and Clausura champions with Leon being the Apertura Champion. Cruz Azul then released Reynoso on May 18, 2022.

Juan Reynoso Net Worth

Peruvian professional manager and former footballer, Reynoso was active as a player from 1986 to 20004 and as a coach from 2004 to the present. He was recently the coach of his former team Cruz Azuk from 2021 to 2022. Reynoso has garnered an estimated net worth of approximately $1 million to $5 million as of 2022.

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