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Chinandega FC

Chinandega FC
Full name Chinandega Futbol Clube
Nickname(s) “Franja Roja”
Founded 1975
Ground Estadio Efraín Tijerino Mazariego, Chinandega, Nicaragua
Chairman [1]
Manager Vidal Alonso
League Primera División de Nicaragua
Home colours
Away colours

Chinandega Futbol Clube is a Nicaraguan football team playing at the top level. It is based in Chinandega. The club will play in the Segunda División for the 2010–11 season after being relegated from the First Division.

Current squad

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

No. Position Player
1 Nicaragua GK Ivan Mendez
2 Nicaragua DF Andres Juarez
4 Nicaragua DF Olver Gómez
6 Honduras MF Jaime Crisanti
7 Nicaragua MF Erling Moran
8 Nicaragua DF Vidal Alonso
9 Nicaragua FW Ricardo Vega
10 Honduras FW Marlon Mejía
11 Nicaragua MF Ariacny Alvarado
12 Nicaragua DF Pedro Suárez
13 Nicaragua MF José Núñez
14 Nicaragua DF Daniel Rodríguez
No. Position Player
15 Nicaragua MF José Molina
16 Nicaragua MF Bismark Veliz
19 Nicaragua DF Silvio Mendoza
21 Nicaragua MF Lesther Espinoza
22 Nicaragua GK Eder Mejía
23 Nicaragua MF Brayan Ríos
25 Nicaragua FW Manuel Ramírez
29 Nicaragua FW Walter Espinales

Squad Changes Apertura 2013


  • Honduras Marlon Mejía- Transferred from


  • Panama Luis Sinclair - Released mid season
  • Paraguay Javier Haedo - Released mid season
  • Paraguay Ramón Ferreira - Released mid season
  • El Salvador Edwin Samayoa - Released mid season
  • Nicaragua Alex Alonso- Released mid season

Notable players

  • Argentina Roberto Chanampe
  • Colombia Andrés Giraldo
  • Colombia Cristian Rodríguez
  • Honduras Jorge Balladares
  • Honduras Jaime Crisanti
  • Honduras Samuel Padilla
  • Nicaragua Carlos Alonso (2008–10)
  • Nicaragua Ledys Alvarado (2008–)
  • Nicaragua Ivan Mendez
  • Nicaragua Hamilton West (2009–11)
  • Nicaragua Félix Eliud Zeledón (2009–11)
  • United States Jon La Berg (2012–13)

List of Coaches

  • Salvador Dubois Leiva (2008–09)
  • Reyna Espinoza Morán (2010-2011)
  • Vidal Alonso (2011-Dec 2011)
  • Luis Olivares (Jan 2012-Feb 2012)
  • Reyna Espinoza Morán (Feb 2012-May 2012)
  • Adolfo Alejandro Cajina (June 2012-Feb 2013)
  • Vidal Alonso (Feb 2013-August 2013)
  • Reyna Espinoza Morán (Aug 2013)
  • Wilson Gil Yuste (Aug 2013-)

External links

  • [2]

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