Juan Arango

Juan Arango

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Juan Fernando Arango Sáenz (born 17 May 1980) is a Venezuelan footballer who plays for Borussia Mönchengladbach in Germany, as an attacking midfielder.

Having played more than 90 times for Venezuela, he is one of the few Venezuelan players ever to play for a first division team in any of the major European leagues - he spent the better part of his career with La Liga side Mallorca, appearing in more than 200 official games - and is widely regarded as the best player the country has ever produced.

Club career

Arango's parents are Colombian, having emigrated to Venezuela before he was born, in the city of Maracay. He started playing as a professional at the age of sixteen with Nueva Cádiz FC, which ascended to the Venezuelan first division the following season under the name Zulianos FC.

The following year, he joined Caracas Fútbol Club but, after six months playing with the team, was bought by Mexico's Club de Fútbol Monterrey.

Arango played for two other Mexican clubs, C.F. Pachuca and Puebla FC, until 2004, when he joined La Liga side Real Club Deportivo Mallorca, in Spain (coached by Benito Floro, also his boss at Monterrey) on a one-year link with an option for a further three. Earlier that summer, he appeared in all three group stage matches during the Copa América.

On 20 March 2005, Arango suffered a serious injury, after a brutal collision with Sevilla FC's defender Javi Navarro. He fell unconscious, broke his...
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