Tressor Moreno

Tressor Moreno
Tressor Moreno
San Jose Earthquakes
Real Name: Tressor Moreno
HT: 5' 8" WT: 160
Age: 36 (01/10/1979)
Birthplace: Riosucio, Colombia
Hometown: Medellin, Colombia

Professional Experience: Has competed professionally since 1999 in Chile, Colombia, France, Mexico and Peru … Last played 16 matches in Chile with Santiago Wanderers in 2011, scoring once … Joined Bahia in Brazil on Feb. 8, 2011, but did not make any appearances for the club … Began a productive career in Mexico in 2005 with Club Necaxa, appearing in 31 matches and scoring five goals to go along with nine assists in 2005-06 … Compiled eight goals and six assists over 32 matches in 2006-07 with Veracruz … Still in Mexico with San Luis FC from 2007-10, helped lead Los Potosinos to berths in the 2008 Copa Sudamericana and 2009 Copa Libertadores … Scored 17 goals and added 14 assists in 110 matches in all competitions for San Luis … In 2008, scored in the Copa Sudamericana Round of 16 against Argentinos Juniors … Form early in his career drew the interest of European clubs, which led to a transfer to FC Metz in France in 2000 … Made 24 appearances with three goals at Metz from 2000-02, before playing 18 more matches with one goal for the club in 2003-04 … During his final season with Les Grenats, scored the game-winner in a 3-0 victory against EA Guingamp to help his club advance to the Coupe de la Ligue Round of 16 … Saw loan moves to Independiente Medellin and America de Cali in Colombia in 2002-03, in between his two spells in France … Following his second Metz stint, went back to Colombia on loan to play for Deportivo Cali in 2004, ahead of a permanent move to Once Caldas in 2005 … Took another loan move to Medellin in 2010, tallying three goals in 24 contests … Made his professional debut in 1999 with Alianza Lima in Peru, posting 16 goals over 40 appearances in a formidable front-line partnership with Peruvian international Claudio Pizarro … Had another solid season in his return to Colombia in 2000 with Atletico Nacional, scoring 11 goals in 34 league matches as the club captured the 2000 Copa Merconorte … Began his career in the Tulua youth system in Colombia.

International: Earned 32 caps for Colombia between 2000-08, and produced seven goals … Last played for Colombia in a qualifier for the 2010 FIFA World Cup at Chile on Sept. 10, 2008 … Made two starts among four appearances during that qualifying run in 2007-08 … Was a member of Los Cafeteros’ 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup squad, starting all four games in which he played and scoring in a 2-1 loss to Honduras in Miami, Fla., on July 10 as Colombia advanced to the semifinals … Notched a penalty-kick goal as Colombia opened the 2004 Copa America with a 1-0 victory against Venezuela, on its way to a fourth-place finish at the tournament in Peru … Drew five starts, and also scored to clinch a 2-0 quarterfinal win over Costa Rica.

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