Isaac Mizrahi Smeke

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Isaac Mizrahi
Surname Isaac Mizrahi Smeke
birthday 19th August 1967
place of birth Mexico CityMexico
size 1.81 m
position goalkeeper
Years station Games (goals) 1
Querétaro FC
1992-1995 Atlante
1995-1997 UNAM Pumas
1997-2000 Atlas Guadalajara
2001-2002 Necaxa
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2005-2007 Cruz Azul
2007-2008 CF Monterrey
1 Only league games are given.

Isaac Mizrahi Smeke (born August 19, 1967 in Mexico City ) is a retired Mexican football player on the position of goalkeeper .


Mizrahi Smeke began his football career at Club Deportivo Israelita in the amateur Liga Española de Fútbol and he is one of the most famous Jewish footballers in Mexico. The first family name Mizrahi , which comes from his father , is originally derived from the Mizrahim ethnic group . His mother's family name is also of Jewish origin and is probably derived from the Scottish variant of the English word "smoke" (English: smoke or steam ).

Mizrahi received his first professional contract with Querétaro FC . His other posts as a professional were Atlante , UNAM Pumas , Atlas Guadalajara and Necaxa .

After finishing his active career, Mizrahi entered the coaching business and was first entrusted with the role of head coach at CD Cruz Azul in 2005 , which he held until 2007.

In September 2007 Mizrahi received his next contract as head coach with CF Monterrey . The originally agreed term of the contract until June 2008 was not adhered to because it was unsuccessful and the contract was terminated early in January 2008.

References and comments

  1. cf. List of football players of the Española de Fútbol League (Mexico)
  2. Vito García ( Jonathan Bornstein, el único judío en el futbol mexicano (Spanish; article from September 18, 2012)
  3. cf. u. a. Portrait of Sofía Smeke on (Spanish; accessed September 29, 2016)
  4. Definition of smeke in (accessed September 29, 2016)
  5. cf. List of coaches of the CD Cruz Azul
  6. Jaime Luna (Medioteimpo): Isaac Mizrahi es el nuevo Director Técnico de Monterrey (Spanish; article from September 28, 2007)
  7. Óscar Adrián Velázquez (Medioteimpo): Rapidito… Cesa Monterrey a Isaac Mizrahi (Spanish; article from January 10, 2008)

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