Héctor Reynoso is a Mexican centre back. He was born on 3 October 1980 in Mexico City. The footballer is a product of Guadalajara’s youth system. In 2000 Reynoso made it to the main team.
The defender became notorious for his action in a Copa Libertadores match against Chilean side Everton. Héctor spat in his rival’s face claiming that he was infected with bird flu. Eventually, the Mexican club had to pull out from the tournament.
Despite his offensive behaviour, Reynoso turned into an experienced defender and became the captain of his team where he was going to spend his entire career.
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