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JESÚS MARÍA ‘CHUS’ PEREDA RUIZ DE TEMIÑO

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JESÚS MARÍA ‘CHUS’ PEREDA RUIZ DE TEMIÑO
Date of birth
15/06/1938
Original of
Medina de Pomar (Burgos, Castella i Lleó)
Date of death
27/09/2011

Seasons at the club
1961 - 1969
Line up
Midfielder
A hero of the Spanish team that won the first major international title at the European Championships in 1964. It was the first goal and the cross for the second goal that the State's news and documentaries producers manipulated. After retiring from playing football he became a coach, devoting most of his career to coaching youth teams in the Catalan and Spanish associations. He was coach of the Castilla y León senior team. Father of Jesús Pereda, who played unofficial games, and son-in-law of director Jordi Soler-Cabot.

Player of the national team

Player of the Spanish national team

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9SEASONS 203Oficial matches 18047Minutes played 65Goals 0Yellow cards 2Red cards
1961-62 29 2610 13 0 0
1962-63 35 3142 10 0 1
1963-64 34 3060 16 0 0
1964-65 25 2250 9 0 0
1965-66 22 1980 6 0 0
1966-67 18 1620 4 0 0
1967-68 13 1114 2 0 0
1968-69 27 2271 5 0 1
2020-21 17 1080 0 0 0

CAREER PEREDA At FC Barcelona

203
matches
played
Titles and individual awards
Copa del Rey
2
Copa del Rey
Fairs Cup
1
Fairs Cup
Best team Eurocup 1964; Top scorer final phase Eurocup 1964

CAREER
  • Valmaseda (1954-1955)
  • Indautxu (1955-1957) Real Madrid (1957-1958)
  • Valladolid (1958-1959)
  • Sevilla (1959-1961)
  • FC Barcelona (1961-1969)
  • Sabadell (1969-1970)
  • Mallgoldca (1970-1972)
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS
  • European Football Championship 1964 (champion)
Played with PEREDA
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