Renny Vega

Renny Vega

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Renny Vicente Vega Hernández (born 4 July 1979) is a Venezuelan footballer that currently plays for Caracas and the Venezuelan national football team as goalkeeper.

Club career

In 1997, Vega traveled to Italy to play in the youth ranks of Udinese, being the second footballer of his country to play in Europe, after José Manuel Rey, who played for the reserves team of Deportivo La Coruña. However, he returned to Venezuela in 1999, joining Aragua, a first division club of his country.

In 2006, he was signed by Carabobo, playing 29 games in the club. In 2007, because his good performances with the national team and his club, he was transfered to the Turkish club Bursaspor, being this his second adventure in the old continent. After his spell at Bursaspor, he joined Denizlispor, playing only one game in the team.

In January 2009, after his bad spell at Denizlispor, Vega returned to Venezuela, joining Caracas, the most successful team of his country. With Caracas he played both the Copa Libertadores and the local tournament. He had a succesful semester at Caracas, winning the Venezuelan league title and also the cup title.

In 2010, because the league title won in the last season, his team again was qualified to the Copa Libertadores but had a poor season, finishing in the last place of the group with 2 points. Although, since Cacracas won the league title again, his team was qualified to the continental tournament. In the group stage, Caracas nearly advanced to the knockout...
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