José Luis Perlaza

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José Luis Perlaza
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Surname José Luis Perlaza Napa
birthday October 6, 1981
place of birth EsmeraldasEcuador
size 193 cm
position Central defender
Years station
1996-1997 Sport Estudiantes
1997-2001 Cino de Agosto
1998 Clavi FC
Years station Games (goals) 1
1999-2000 CD Audaz Octubrino 2 0(0)
2000-2009 CD Olmedo 221 0(6)
2009-2015 Barcelona SC Guayaquil 211 (12)
2016 Mushuc Runa Sporting Club 32 0(2)
2017 CD Olmedo 16 0(1)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
2004-2006 Ecuador 2 (2)
1 Only league games are given.
Status: end of career

José Luis Perlaza Napa (born October 6, 1981 in Esmeraldas ) is a former Ecuadorian football player ( central defender ). He is 193 cm tall and is considered a strong header.

Perlaza comes from a family of football players, his uncle Flavio Perlaza completed 24 international matches between 1979 and 1985 and another uncle, Pedro Pablo El Papi Perlaza , was also a first division player, including at Barcelona SC Guayaquil .

José Luis Perlaza played with CD Olmedo in Riobamba from 2000 to 2008 , where he won the national championship title in his first season. In April 2009 he moved to Barcelona SC Guayaquil . Before 2000 he played in youth teams in Esmeraldas and for various second division teams from the coastal region.

Before moving to Barcelona SC, he was one of the few football players who were not active in Quito or Guayaquil and made part of the Ecuadorian national team . He was nominated by national coach Luis Fernando Suárez for the 2006 World Cup , although he had not participated in any qualifying game. He made his debut on March 10, 2004 in a friendly against Mexico in Aguascalientes , but only played for international matches in preparation for the 2006 World Cup. At the World Cup itself, he was not used.

He played for Barcelona for a total of seven years and won the championship once during that time. At the beginning of 2016 he switched to Mushuc Runa Sporting Club before returning to CD Olmedo in early 2017. There he ended his career.


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