Randall Brenes

Randall Brenes

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Randall Brenes Moya (born 13 August 1983) is a Costa Rican professional football forward who currently plays for Cartaginés in the Costa Rican Primera División

Club career

Early career

Nicknamed El Chiqui <small>(Chiquito = Short or Small)</small>, due his height when he was at youth levels, he turned professional with Cartaginés before moving to the north of Norway. Making an impressive rookie season scoring 21 goals in only 30 games.


He joined Bodø/Glimt with his compatriot Roy Miller, who was also a teammate in Cartaginés, in 2005. At this point Bodø/Glimt was part of the Norwegian top division (Tippeligaen), but got relegated the same year. The team therefore played in Adeccoligaen in 2006 where Brenes was top scorer with 13 goals, 6 of them off headers. In 2007, the team gained promotion to Tippeligaen after winning at home and away against Odd Grenland from Tippeligaen. Bodø/Glimt had a big positive surprise the following season in Tippeligaen, ending on a fourth place.


Brenes was loaned at the middle of the season to Adeccoligaen team Kongsvinger to help them remain the at the division, his compatriot Roy Miller, in the meantime, was sold to Rosenborg of Trondheim. In 2009, Brenes signed a full-time contract and helped Kongsvinger win promotion to Tippeligaen. But after the season ended, Brenes came to an agreement with the club to terminate his contract, because he wanted to move home to Costa...
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