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incase i cant fix my file what team would u like me to do a cm with?
ST.Etienne 31% [ 4 ]
Lille 15% [ 2 ]
Dortmund 31% [ 4 ]
Fulham 23% [ 3 ]
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Full name Club Universidad Nacional A.C.
Nickname(s): UNAM, (los) Pumas, Universidad, felinos , El Equipo Azul y Oro, Universitarios,El Equipo del Pedregal,
Founded: August 28, 1954
Ground: Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Mexico City
(Capacity: 62,700)
Owner: UNAM
Manager: Guillermo Vázquez
League: Primera División


Full name Guillermo Alejandro Vázquez Herrera
Date of birth:May 25, 1967 (age 43)
Place of birth:Mexico City, Mexico
Teams managed:2010–Pumas UNAM
Playing position: Midfielder

He was born on May 25, 1967 in Mexico City.
Midfielder emerged Pumitas Organization, played for the Pumas UNAM (1984 to 1990), Tecos UAG (1990-91 and 1992 to 1994), Monterrey (1991-92), Toros Neza (1994 to Summer 199 and Pachuca (Winter 1998 to Winter 1999). Member of the Youth National Team (in the World category in the USSR 1985) and Main NT (1988 to 1990).

As Manager, joined the youth divisions of UNAM in 2001 and served as Supervisor of Education before directing the categories 13 and 16. He joined First Team Tournament Apertura 2005 and held the Technical Department in the last five matches of the Clausura 2006. Ricardo Ferretti Technical Assistant Tournament Apertura 2006 the Bicentennial 2010.


Location: Mexico D.F
Broke ground: August 7, 1950
Opened: November 20, 1952
Owner: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Operator: U.N.A.M.
Surface: Grass
Architect: Augusto Perez Palacios,Jorge Bravo,Raul Salinas
Capacity:63,186
Field dimensions: 105 x 68 m


HONOURS



Domestic Tournaments
Primera División de México: 6
1976-77, 1980-81, 1990-91, Clausura 2004, Apertura 2004, Clausura 2009
2nd División de México: 1
1961-62
Copa México: 1
1974-75
Campeón de Campeones: 2
1975, 2004
[edit]International Tournaments
CONCACAF Champions' League: 3
1980, 1982, 1989
Copa Interamericana: 1
1981
Copa Sudamericana: 0
Runner-up: 2005

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#1 Alejandro Palacios
Position: GK
Date of Birth:03/06/1981
Place of Birth:Mexico, DF
Weight / Height: 70 kg / 6 ft

#31 Alfredo Saldivar
Position:GK
Date of Birth:02/ 9/1990
Place of Birth: Mexico, DF
Weight / Height: 66 kg / 5 ft 9

DEFENCE



# 4 Dario Veron
Position: Defender
Date of Birth: 07/26/1979
Place of Birth: San Ignacio Misiones, Paraguay
Weight / Height: 83 kg / 5 ft 11

# 3 Marco Antonio Palacios Redorta
Position: Defender
Date of Birth: 03/06/1981
Place of Birth: Mexico, DF
Weight / Height: 78 kg / 6 ft 3

#2 Efraín Velarde
Position: Defender
Date of Birth: 04/18/1986
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 68 kg / 6 ft 1

# 21 Victor Manuel Rosales
Position: Defender
Date of Birth: 03/04/1989
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 69 kg / 1.79 m.

# 16 Fernando Espinoza
Position: Defender
Date of Birth: 09/05/1983
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 71 kg / 5 ft 7

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MIDFIELDERS



# 5 Israel *
Position: Midfielder
Date of Birth: 20/12/1980
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 69 kg / 5FT 7

# 7 Leandro Augusto
Position: Midfielder
Date of Birth:18/08/1977
Place of Birth: Cascavel, Paraná, Brazil(naturalized Mexican)
Weight / Height: 69 kg / 5 ft 9

# 19 Oscar Ricardo Rojas García
Position: Midfielder
Date of Birth: 02/05/1988
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 65 kg / 5 ft 7

# 14 Luis Fernando Fuentes
Position: Midfielder
Date of Birth: 14/09/1986
Place of Birth: Chetumal, Quintana Roo
Weight / Height: 65 kg / 5 ft 7

# 13 Jehu Chiapas
Position: Midfielder
Date of Birth: 03/10/1985
Birthplace: Martinez de la Torre, Veracruz
Weight / Height: 70 kg / 5 ft 9

# 20 David Cabrera
Position: Midfielder
Date of Birth: 07/09/1989
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 72 kg / 5 ft 10

# 78 Emilio Orrantia
Position:midfielder
Date of birth: 1 February 1991 (age 20)
Place of birth; Mexico D.F., Mexico
Height: 5 ft 9 in

FOWARDS



# 50 David Izazola
Position: Forward
Date of Birth: 10/23/1991
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 67 kg / 5 ft 10

# 15 Javier Cortés
Position: Forward
Date of Birth: 07/20/1989
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 62 kg / 5 ft 7

# 10 Martín Bravo
Position: Forward
Date of Birth: 09/19/1986
Birthplace: Santa Fe, Argentina
Weight / Height: 71 kg / 5 ft 5

# 9 Dante López
Position: Forward
Date of Birth: 08/16/1983
Birthplace: Asuncion, Paraguay
Weight / Height: 85 kg / 6 ft 1

# 17 Juan Francisco Palencia
Position: Forward
Date of Birth:04/ 28/1973
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 73 kg / 5 ft 9

# 11 Juan Carlos Cacho
Position: Forward
Date of Birth: 05/03/1982
Birthplace: Mexico, D.F.
Weight / Height: 79 kg / 5 ft 10

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LEAGUE INFO




Regular season tournaments


In 1996, the league decided to split the season into two championships. This measure was done to generate additional revenues to finance the F.M.F.'s lower divisions. The league holds two tournaments per year, originally called invierno (winter) and verano (summer), now changed to apertura (opening - running from August to December) and clausura (closing - running from January to May). The change was done to correspond with FIFA's world footballing calendar, which "opens" in July/August and "closes" in April/May of the next year. So throughout the footballing world, the action lasts about ten months. In Europe, where tournaments are played as one single championship throughout the year, there is only one champion per year. In the case of Mexico, Argentina and other countries in South America, a new champion is crowned about every five months, or two per year.
Every season, The 18 teams are split into three groups of six, either group one, group two, or group three. They remain in their respective groups throughout the two tournaments played that season. The qualification phase of the tournament lasts 17 weeks, as all teams play each other once per tournament in a home and home series over both tournaments. The qualifying teams reach the liguilla phase of the respective tournament.

La Liguilla (The Playoffs)


La liguilla is the playoff phase of the tournament. This phase starts with eight qualifying teams and is played in the "tie" format in two-leg aggregate-score, similar to the quarterfinals and semifinals of the UEFA Champions League. The first six qualifying teams are the two best clubs from each of the three groups. The best two clubs on the General Classification Table who are not among the top two in their respective group round up the eight qualifiers. The Elimination bracket goes from an 8 team quarterfinal, to a 4 team semifinal, and a final. The Champion team is awarded the First division trophy, and the runner up is awarded a smaller version of the trophy as well. Each player receives a medal respective to their team's placement. The birth of la liguilla in 1970, modernized the league despite the disagreements between the traditionalists and the modernists. Clubs that were near bankruptcy were now better able to compete and generate profits.

Relegation and promotion


At the end of a season, after the Apertura and Clausura tournaments, one team is relegated to the next lower division, Liga de Ascenso, and one team from that division is promoted and takes the place left open by the relegated team. Currently, the relegated team is determined by computing the points-per-game-played ratio for each team, considering all the games played by the team during the last two seasons (four tournaments). The team with the lower ratio is relegated. For teams recently promoted, only the games played since their promotion are considered (two or four tournaments). The team promoted from Liga de Ascenso is the winner of a two-leg match between the champions of the Apertura and Clausura tournaments of that division. If a team becomes the champion in both tournaments, it is automatically promoted. Most recent movements have been Indios de Ciudad Juárez relegated after Clausura 2010, and Club Necaxa promoted for Apertura 2010.

*COURTECY OF WIKIPEDIA*

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Good luck

Love those white kits


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thanks!!
and i know i do too theyre amazing


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did you mean equipo? :shifty:


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PUMAS!!!!!

they have awesome kits


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Sounds interesting, i don't know what happened to the other CM i was following about Chivas, but it's nice to see FMF Teams here.
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rusayne wrote:did you mean equipo? :shifty:

yess yes i did thanks i fixed it



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thannk you guys!! i hope i dont let u guys down
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