C.D. Guadalajara

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Javier Hernández

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The team has constantly emphasized home-grown (cantera) players and has been the launching pad of many internationally successful players, including Omar Bravo, Javier Hernández, Carlos Salcido, Carlos Salcedo, Francisco Javier Rodríguez, and Marco Fabián.
Hernández began his career in 2006, playing for Mexican club Guadalajara.

Omar Bravo

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The team has constantly emphasized home-grown (cantera) players and has been the launching pad of many internationally successful players, including Omar Bravo, Javier Hernández, Carlos Salcido, Carlos Salcedo, Francisco Javier Rodríguez, and Marco Fabián. Players such as goalkeeper Oswaldo Sánchez, Ramon Morales, Omar Bravo, and newly acquired Adolfo Bautista, became instant fan favorites.
He is Guadalajara's all-time leading scorer in all matches.

Carlos Salcedo

The team has constantly emphasized home-grown (cantera) players and has been the launching pad of many internationally successful players, including Omar Bravo, Javier Hernández, Carlos Salcido, Carlos Salcedo, Francisco Javier Rodríguez, and Marco Fabián.
Salcedo began his youth career at Guadalajara in 2006 and moved to Tigres UANL and then Real Salt Lake, where he started his professional career in 2013; he would return to Guadalajara in 2015, and the following year made his move abroad with loan spells at Fiorentina and Eintracht Frankfurt, making a permanent move with the latter in 2018.

Salvador Reyes Monteón

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During the 1956 season, players such as Salvador "Chava" Reyes, Jaime "El Tubo" Gomez, Isidoro Lopez, and José Villegas were part of what is considered one of the finest teams in Mexican football history, El Campeonísimo.
He played for Guadalajara with 122 goals and 7 championships.

Club América

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During the 1982–83 season, Guadalajara finished seventh in the league and qualified for the playoffs, going on to eliminate Atlante F.C. in quarter-finals and Club América in Semifinals.
The club has a long-standing rivalry with Guadalajara, as both are the most successful and most popular clubs in the country, and are the only clubs to have never been relegated to the second division.

Club Puebla

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The team reached the finals for the first time since the playoff format was introduced in the '70s, where they would go on to lose to Puebla F.C. in a penalty shootout.
Their first league title came in the 1982–83 season after defeating Guadalajara on penalty kicks.

Marco Fabián

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The team has constantly emphasized home-grown (cantera) players and has been the launching pad of many internationally successful players, including Omar Bravo, Javier Hernández, Carlos Salcido, Carlos Salcedo, Francisco Javier Rodríguez, and Marco Fabián.
Fabián was recruited by Guadalajara, and spent ten years in the Chivas youth system, including appearances for their affiliate club Tapatío.

Cruz Azul

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The club would continue being competitive the rest of the '80s and early '90s., with their very best performance in the 1986–87 season, where they would finish 1st in the regular season and win the Championship against Cruz Azul in the final.
Cruz Azul has been the Primera División champion eight times, trailing Toluca's 10, C.D. Guadalajara's 12, and Club América's 13.

Primera Fuerza

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Between 1906 and 1943 (the amateur era of Mexican football and the Primera Fuerza), Guadalajara won 13 amateur titles, the first in 1908.

Alberto Guerra

Improvement came soon after the hiring of coach Alberto Guerra, who had been a player for Guadalajara during the mid '60s.
He played for Club Deportivo Guadalajara throughout his career.

Benjamín Galindo

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Their best players during this time were Benjamín Galindo, Eduardo de la Torre, José Manuel de la Torre, Fernando Quirarte, and Javier Aguirre among others.
Galindo was the former coach (director tecnico) of the powerhouse Mexican association football club, CD Guadalajara, until he was replaced in the 2005 season.

Javier Aguirre

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Their best players during this time were Benjamín Galindo, Eduardo de la Torre, José Manuel de la Torre, Fernando Quirarte, and Javier Aguirre among others.
He played an integral part in their various title winning seasons, most notably during the 1983–84 season where América reached the league finals against arch-rivals Guadalajara, managing to score a goal in a 3–1 win at the Estadio Azteca.

Alberto Coyote

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The new directors decided to bring back Guadalajara's champion coach of the 1986–87 season Alberto Guerra and purchase many players that would become icons for Guadalajara in the early '90s: Missael Espinoza, Alberto "Guamerú" Garcia, and Alberto Coyote.
Héctor Alberto Coyote Tapia (born March 26, 1967) is a Mexican former footballer and current interim manager of Liga MX club Guadalajara.

Primera División de México Invierno 1998

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Guadalajara would once again reach the Finals in the Invierno 1998 season, only to once again lose to Necaxa.
In the final Necaxa defeated Guadalajara and became champions for the 3rd time.

Paulo Chávez

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Such talent included Paulo Cesar "Tilon" Chavez and Joel "Tiburon" Sanchez.
Chavez debuted with Chivas on December 12, 1993 against Puebla F.C. where Chivas won 2-0.

Missael Espinoza

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The new directors decided to bring back Guadalajara's champion coach of the 1986–87 season Alberto Guerra and purchase many players that would become icons for Guadalajara in the early '90s: Missael Espinoza, Alberto "Guamerú" Garcia, and Alberto Coyote.
Espinoza then joined Chivas, coming back from a serious injury that sidelined him for much of 1993, and scored a career-high 14 goals in 1994-95.

Jorge Vergara

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On 31 October 2002, the team was acquired by a Guadalajara native and self-made entrepreneur, Jorge Vergara.
In addition to its health products business, Grupo Omnilife owns the football club C.D. Guadalajara.

Ricardo Ferretti

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The first of the seasons, Invierno 1996, saw Guadalajara bring in another coach, Brazilian Ricardo Ferretti.
As a manager, he has had three stints with Tigres UANL, two with Pumas UNAM, and has also managed Toluca, Guadalajara and Monarcas Morelia.

Joel Sánchez (Mexican footballer)

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Such talent included Paulo Cesar "Tilon" Chavez and Joel "Tiburon" Sanchez.
A strong central defender, Sanchez made his debut with Guadalajara during the 1991–92 season.

José Martínez González

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During the 1980–81 season, on 14 February 1981, the bus transporting the team to a match in Puebla was hit by a trailer, taking the life of midfielder Jose "Pepe" Martínez.
"Pepe" Martínez played club football for Chivas de Guadalajara.

1996–97 Mexican Primera División season

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The first of the seasons, Invierno 1996, saw Guadalajara bring in another coach, Brazilian Ricardo Ferretti. Guadalajara won its 10th championship under Ferretti in the Verano 1997 season against Toros Neza with the aggregate score of 7–2.
In the final Guadalajara defeated Toros Neza and became champions for the 10th time.

Primera División de México Apertura 2006

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In the Apertura 2006 season, Las Chivas placed eighth in the league table and qualified for the knock-out round (the "Liguilla") by defeating Veracruz 2–1 in Veracruz and 4–0 in the Estadio Jalisco in a wild card series.
Guadalajara won the championship for a record 11th time, qualifying for the CONCACAF Champions' Cup 2007.

Toros Neza

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Guadalajara won its 10th championship under Ferretti in the Verano 1997 season against Toros Neza with the aggregate score of 7–2.
They bettered this in the Clausura, reaching the final where they lost to C.D. Guadalajara.

Adolfo Bautista

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Players such as goalkeeper Oswaldo Sánchez, Ramon Morales, Omar Bravo, and newly acquired Adolfo Bautista, became instant fan favorites.
He played for a variety of teams, most notably for C.D. Guadalajara, as well as for the Mexico national football team.

Fernando Quirarte

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Their best players during this time were Benjamín Galindo, Eduardo de la Torre, José Manuel de la Torre, Fernando Quirarte, and Javier Aguirre among others.
He played as a central defender for the club Chivas from 1973 to 1987 and the Mexico national football team, earning 45 caps and scoring 5 goals, including two in the 1986 FIFA World Cup.