Honduran club Motagua mourns former Uruguayan coach Carlos Jurado’s death


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The Motagua team of Honduras is mourning the loss of former Uruguayan coach Carlos Jurado, who led the club for four seasons. The club, based in Tegucigalpa, expressed their heartfelt condolences to Jurado’s relatives after his passing in Guatemala. The Honduran club has declared three days of mourning without suspension of work in honor of Jurado, who was 76 years old at the time of his death. Jurado also had coaching experience in Spain, South America, and Central America.

During his time in Honduras, Jurado coached Motagua, one of the top four teams in the country, during the 1988, 1989, 1990, and 2005 seasons. His impact on the club and the sport of soccer in the region is being remembered and celebrated by the team and its fans.

Jurado’s legacy extends beyond his time with Motagua, as he also made significant contributions to soccer in Spain, South America, and Central America. His experience and expertise in coaching have left a lasting impression on the sport in these regions.

The loss of Jurado has deeply affected the soccer community in Honduras and beyond. His dedication and passion for the sport have left a lasting impact on those who had the privilege of working with him. The outpouring of support and condolences from fans, players, and colleagues is a testament to the impact he had on the sport and the people he worked with.

As the soccer community mourns the loss of Jurado, his memory and contributions to the sport will continue to be honored and remembered. His legacy will live on through the players and teams he coached, as well as the fans who were inspired by his passion and dedication to the sport. The impact of his work will continue to be felt for years to come.

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