Carlos LLAMOSA

Carlos Llamosa - U.S.A. - FIFA World Cup 2002

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 17 June 2002

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    • POSITION
      Defender
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Monday, 30 June 1969
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Palmira, Colombia.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • U.S.A.
  • WORLD CUP
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Carlos LLAMOSA - U.S.A. - FIFA World Cup 2002


 

USA 3:2 PORTUGAL (3:1) John O'Brien, Jorge Costa o.g. Brian McBride (05.06.02 Suwon - 37,306) USA: Brad Friedel, Tony Sanneh, Eddie Pope (80 Carlos Llamosa), Jeff Agoos, Frankie Hejduk, Earnie Stewart (c - h-t Cobi Jones), Pablo Mastroeni, John O'Brien, DaMarcus Beasley, Landon Donovan (75 Joe-Max Moore), Brian McBride

PORTUGAL: Vitor Baia, Beto Severo, Fernando Couto (c), Jorge Costa (74 Jorge Andrade), Rui Jorge (69 Paulo Bento), Luis Figo, Armando Petit, Manuel Rui Costa (80 Nuno Gomes), Sergio Conceicao, Pedro Pauleta, Joao Pinto


USA 2:0 MEXICO (1:0) Brian McBride, Landon Donovan (17.06.02 Jeonju - 36,380)
USA: Brad Friedel, Tony Sanneh, Eddie Pope, Greg Berhalter, Claudio Reyna (c), Pablo Mastroeni (92 Carlos Llamosa), John O'Brien, Landon Donovan, Eddie Lewis, Josh Wolff (59 Earnie Stewart), Brian McBride (79 Cobi Jones)

MEXICO: Oscar Perez, Manuel Vidrio (h-t Sigifredo Mercado), Rafael Marquez (c), Salvador Carmona, Jesus Arellano, Johan Rodriguez, Gerardo Torrado (78 Alberto Garcia Aspe 2nd c), Braulio Luna, Carlos Morales (28 Luis Hernandez), Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Jared Borgetti (80 Francisco Palencia)
The above photo shows USA footballer Carlos Llamosa during the game against Mexico at the 2002 World Cup Finals.


 

CLUB CAREER:

 

1986–1989    Colmena    67    (4)
1990             Huila    21    (3)
1995–1996    New York Centaurs    26    (3)
1997–2000    D.C. United    73    (3)
2001            Miami Fusion    20    (0)
2002–2005    New England Revolution    38    (0)
2006–2007    Chivas USA    13    (0)

Total        258 games     (13 goals)