Amado Guevara

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Amado Guevara (born 2 May 1976) is a Honduran retired football player and manager.wikipedia
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Toronto FC

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Attempts to deal the midfielder to Toronto FC, Colorado Rapids, FC Dallas, and Columbus Crew were all shot down by Guevara.
Dwayne De Rosario became an immediate scoring influence and Amado Guevara was a strong playmaker and established MLS veteran, but the Honduran's future at the Canadian team seemed murky with looming 2010 FIFA World Cup duties.

Landon Donovan MVP Award

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Guevara not only tied for the league lead in scoring, he was also named MLS's MVP.

2007 UNCAF Interclub Cup

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He quickly recovered the form that made him a star in the US top flight, leading the Honduran club to the Central American Club Championship Copa Interclubes UNCAF 2007 defeating regional and Costa Rican giant Saprissa 2–1 on aggregate on 5 December 2007.

F.C. Motagua

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Guevara, nicknamed El Lobo, began his career in Honduras with Club Deportivo Olimpia and F.C. Motagua, and subsequently played all over the world: in Spain with Real Valladolid, in Mexico with Toros Neza and CD Zacatepec, and in Costa Rica with Deportivo Saprissa.
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Puerto Rico national football team

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He was the coach of Puerto Rico from 2018 to 2019.

New York Red Bulls

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He was signed by the MetroStars of Major League Soccer on 11 April 2003, and immediately stepped in and produced.

Honduras national football team

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He made his debut for Honduras in an May 1994 Miami Cup match against Peru and has earned a total of 138 caps, scoring 27 goals.

2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup

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He has represented his country in 49 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played at 5 UNCAF Nations Cups as well as at the 1998, 2000 and 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cups.

2004 Major League Soccer season

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United cruised past the rival MetroStars (and league MVP Amado Guevara) 4–0 on aggregate in the other Eastern Conference semifinal.

Atlantic Cup (Major League Soccer)

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In the quarterfinals, the MetroStars enjoyed a golden goal victory from an Amado Guevara goal in the 116th minute, defeating fellow MLS side, the New England Revolution, in the process.

MLS Golden Boot

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Guevara not only tied for the league lead in scoring, he was also named MLS's MVP.

2001 Copa América

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He was selected as the Best Player of the 2001 Copa América, held in Colombia.

Chivas USA

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Following the 2006 season, Guevara was traded to Chivas USA in exchange for a designated player slot.

Puerto Rico national under-20 football team

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Head coach: Amado Guevara

Association football

Amado Guevara (born 2 May 1976) is a Honduran retired football player and manager.