José Antonio Reyes

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José Antonio Reyes
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Reyes on the ball for Sevilla (2015)
Personal information
Full name José Antonio Reyes Calderón
Date of birth (1983-09-01)1 September 1983
Place of birth Utrera, Spain
Date of death 1 June 2019(2019-06-01) (aged 35)
Place of death Utrera, Spain
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[1]
Playing position Left winger
Youth career
1994–1999 Sevilla
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1999–2001 Sevilla B 32 (1)
2000–2004 Sevilla 86 (22)
2004–2007 Arsenal 69 (16)
2006–2007Real Madrid (loan) 30 (6)
2007–2011 Atlético Madrid 104 (8)
2008–2009Benfica (loan) 24 (4)
2012–2016 Sevilla 109 (9)
2016–2017 Espanyol 21 (3)
2018 Córdoba 17 (1)
2018 Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard 14 (4)
2019 Extremadura 9 (0)
Total 515 (74)
National team
1999–2000 Spain U16 7 (5)
2001–2002 Spain U19 7 (3)
2002–2003 Spain U21 7 (3)
2003–2006 Spain 21 (4)
2013 Andalusia 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

José Antonio Reyes Calderón (Spanish pronunciation: [xo?se an?tonjo ?re?es kalde??on]; 1 September 1983 – 1 June 2019) was a Spanish professional footballer who played mainly as a left winger but also as a forward.[1]

Reyes made his professional debut for Sevilla aged 16, and signed for England's Arsenal in January 2004. He returned to Spain after two years, going on to represent the two largest clubs in Madrid, Real and Atlético Madrid, and winning La Liga with the former. He also had a short loan spell in Portugal with Benfica, re-joining Sevilla late in his career and winning the Europa League three times for a record total of five.[2][3] He played nine matches for Extremadura UD before his death at the age of 35 in a car crash on 1 June 2019.

Reyes earned 21 caps for Spain, and represented the nation at the 2006 World Cup. He also appeared once for the Andalusia autonomous team in 2013.

Club career[edit]

Early years at Sevilla[edit]

Born in Utrera, Province of Seville, to Romani parents,[4][5][6] Reyes joined the youth ranks of local Sevilla FC at the age of 10 and went on to represent the club at all youth levels.

Reyes finally signed a full contract in 1999, making his main squad debuts during 1999–2000 at the age of 16 against Real Zaragoza.[7][8] He was later called up to Spain's squad for the UEFA European Under-17 Championship, where he scored one goal in the group stage.[9] With the Andalusians now in Segunda División, he added another first-team appearance.[10]

After Sevilla were promoted, Reyes established his reputation as a versatile offensive unit in the following years, his 21 goals in La Liga matches over the course of four seasons leading to other teams taking notice.[11]

Arsenal[edit]

Despite Sevilla manager Joaquín Caparrós's wishes to retain him, Reyes signed with English side Arsenal during the January transfer window of the 2003–04 campaign.[8] The 10.5 million transfer fee was negotiated with top ups, depending on the success of Arsenal, which eventually rose to £17 million.[11]

He made his debut on 1 February 2004 in a 2–1 win over Manchester City, and two days later he scored an own goal against Middlesbrough in the Football League Cup.[12] Later that month, he netted twice against Chelsea to knock them out of the FA Cup;[13] he also scored against the latter opponent in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League,[14] and his goals in the penultimate two games of the season helped Arsenal accomplish their unbeaten season in the Premier League.[15]

Hat-tricks in friendlies during the summer 2004 showed Reyes' improvement, and he was a prominent influence on his team's impressive start to 2004–05, in which he managed to score in each of the first six games. He was named as the Premier League Player of the Month for August 2004.[16] However, he struggled midway through the season and performed inconsistently overall.[17]

In early 2005, Reyes was reported to be homesick while at Arsenal, even though his parents, Mari and Francisco, as well as brother Jesús lived with him in England.[17] During a prank call perpetrated by Cadena COPE in February 2005, a prankster claiming to be Emilio Butrague?o, director of football of Real Madrid, speaking on behalf of the president, reportedly called the player's agent and spoke to him about a possible transfer deal.[18] In the ensuing conversation, the latter allegedly declared that life in London was far from what he had envisioned and he would welcome a move back to his country; he also supposedly said that he wanted out of the club as there were "bad people" at Arsenal.[17]

On 21 May 2005, Reyes became only the second player in history (after Kevin Moran) to be sent off in an FA Cup final, when he was dismissed for a second yellow card shortly before the end of extra time against Manchester United, though Arsenal still went on to win the game in a penalty shootout.[19] He temporarily ended speculation about a move away from Highbury in July, when he signed a new six-year contract and declared that he was "looking forward to having many more successful years at the club."[20]

Reyes featured heavily in the Gunners' 2005–06 Champions League run, against, among others, Real Madrid, Juventus F.C. and Villarreal CF, coming on as a substitute in the final against FC Barcelona, which Arsenal lost 1–2.[21] However, in August 2006, he expressed a desire not to play in the club's Champions League qualifying match against NK Dinamo Zagreb – to do so would render him 'cup-tied' and complicate a move to Real Madrid;[22] manager Arsène Wenger left him out of the team, thus fuelling speculation that a transfer was soon to be agreed.[23]

Loan to Real Madrid[edit]

Reyes was linked to Real Madrid along with Arsenal teammate Cesc Fàbregas in the summer of 2006, when presidential candidate Arturo Baldasano claimed he would sign both if elected.[24] After making two official statements on Arsenal's website denying media reports of being unhappy, alleged quotes from Reyes in the Spanish press contradicted his denials. This tested the patience of Wenger, who reacted angrily to Real Madrid's attempts to unsettle his player, suggesting that it was not the first time Real Madrid had used the media and agents in Spain as a destabilising tactic; shortly before the closure of the transfer window, the teams agreed to exchange him for Brazilian international Júlio Baptista, each on a season-long loan deal.[25]

Reyes scored his first goal for Real Madrid on 17 September 2006, with a free kick against Real Sociedad, in a 2–0 home win.[26] On the final day of the season, the focus was on soon-to-be-departed David Beckham and Roberto Carlos, but Reyes, brought from the bench for injured Beckham, netted twice as Real came from behind to beat RCD Mallorca and claim yet another La Liga title.[27]

Real Madrid appointed former Getafe CF coach Bernd Schuster on 8 July 2007, increasing the chances that Reyes would sign a permanent deal and stay in Spain.[28]

Atlético Madrid[edit]

Reyes playing for Atlético Madrid in 2011

Reports surfacing on 29 July 2007 indicated that cross-town rivals Atlético Madrid were on the verge of landing Reyes. Later that day, Wenger confirmed that the player's departure was imminent, and that a more specific announcement would be made shortly.[29] The following day, he passed his medical and penned a four-year deal reportedly worth €12 million,[30] scoring and assisting once on his debut for a 3–1 victory against S.S. Lazio in the annual Amsterdam Tournament (while at Arsenal, he was named the tournament's MVP in its 2004 edition); his first campaign with the Colchoneros was disastrous, as he was often kept out of the side by Maxi Rodríguez and Sim?o Sabrosa and failed to score a single goal in 26 league appearances.[31]

On 7 August 2008, S.L. Benfica announced the signing of Reyes on a one-year loan deal – the Portuguese also bought 25% of his playing rights for a fee of €2.65 million, and ensured a buying option of the remainder 75% for an undisclosed fee.[32] His first goal for the Lisbon club was scored against city rivals Sporting CP, on 27 September: after an understanding between Reyes and Pablo Aimar and a pass from the same, he scored in fashion.[33] Later in the same week he found the net again, against S.S.C. Napoli, helping to a 2–0 home triumph in the first round of the UEFA Cup.[34]

Reyes' return to Atlético proved to be much more successful, as he re-united with Quique Sánchez Flores, his manager at Benfica from the previous season. He scored his first official goal in Spain in more than two years on 9 January 2010, with a long-range effort at Real Valladolid, in a 4–0 success[35]– by then, he had beaten the competition of Maxi and started in the wings alongside Sim?o. On 14 February 2010 he put in a Man of the match performance in Atlético's 2–1 win against FC Barcelona, setting up the opening goal for Diego Forlán in the eventual champions' only league defeat of the season.[36] Four days later, in the Europa League 1–1 home draw against Galatasaray SK, he scored a stunning free kick from the right wing on the 22nd minute, after he was brought down just outside the box (3–2 aggregate win);[37] on 28 March, he curled in a left-footed shot from the right wing just inside the box, opening the score in the Madrid derby against his former team in an eventual 2–3 loss.[38]

On 27 August 2010, Reyes opened the scoring in the 2–0 defeat of Inter Milan for the UEFA Super Cup, after a one-two combination with Argentine Sergio Agüero.[39] His first league goal of the campaign came in a 1–4 defeat at Hércules CF on 10 January 2011,[40] which inspired an impressive run of scoring form, with goals in successive home games in February/March, against Valencia CF,[41] former club Sevilla[42] and Villarreal.[43]

Reyes took up more responsibility for 2011–12, and established himself as one of the team's most important players. On 28 July 2011, he scored twice for Atlético in a 2–1 Europa League win against Str?msgodset IF.[44] A week later, in the second leg, he was again on the scoresheet and also got an assist for Adrián López in a 2–0 away success;[45] he struggled to find the consistency he had under Flores and, after a fallout with new manager Gregorio Manzano after being substituted in a 0–3 defeat at Athletic Bilbao, his playing time became more and more limited.[46][47]

Return to Sevilla[edit]

Reyes in action for Sevilla in 2012

On 5 January 2012, Sevilla confirmed the signing of Reyes, who penned a contract until June 2015.[48] He played his first game three days later, starting in a 1–2 away loss against Rayo Vallecano,[49] and scored his only goal of the season on 5 May, in a 5–2 win in the reverse fixture.[50] His first goals of the following campaign came on 18 November 2012, through a first-half brace in a 5–2 Seville derby success over Real Betis – the opening goal came after eleven seconds.[51]

Reyes scored twice in 12 Europa League matches as Sevilla won the tournament in 2013–14, including one in the second leg of their last-16 win over city rivals Betis.[52] On 27 May 2015, in the final of the following season's tournament, reportedly his final game for the club, he captained and assisted Carlos Bacca's first of two goals as the team came from behind to defeat FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 3–2 in Warsaw.[53] However, he remained, starting as skipper in the ensuing Super Cup against Barcelona in Tbilisi and scoring a goal as his side came from 1–4 down to take the game to extra time, but lose nonetheless.[54]

Reyes netted twice as Sevilla advanced to the final of the Copa del Rey, including once in a 4–0 home win over Betis for the round-of-16.[55] He missed the final weeks of competition after undergoing surgery to his appendix,[56] and on 1 June 2016 it was announced the 32-year-old would be released upon the expiration of his contract.[57]

Espanyol[edit]

On 28 June 2016, Reyes joined RCD Espanyol on a two-year deal, reuniting with Flores.[58] He made his debut on 20 August, featuring 21 minutes in a 4–6 loss away to his previous team on the opening day of the season.[59]

Reyes scored his first goal for the Pericos on 29 November 2016 in another cameo from the bench, to assure a 1–1 draw at AD Alcorcón in the first leg of the domestic cup's last-32 stage.[60] On 21 January 2017, this time as a starter, he opened his league account in a 3–1 win over Granada CF at the RCDE Stadium.[61]

In June 2017, Reyes left the club at the expiry of his contract.[62]

Late career[edit]

On 30 January 2018, 34-year-old Reyes signed for second division side Córdoba CF.[63] Four months later, he joined Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard F.C. from the China League One on a free transfer.[64]

Reyes returned to Spain and its second tier in January 2019, rejoining former Sevilla teammate Diego Capel at Extremadura UD and agreeing to a five-month deal.[65][66] However, his time with the club was cut short after he died in a car crash in Utrera aged 35.[67]

International career[edit]

Reyes won his first full cap for Spain on 6 September 2003, coming on as a half-time substitute during a 3–0 friendly win against Portugal in Guimar?es.[68] On 11 October, again coming from the bench, this time for Vicente, he scored twice in the final three minutes of a 4–0 win in Armenia for the UEFA Euro 2004 qualifiers,[69] but was left out of I?aki Sáez's final squad.

Two years later, Reyes was picked for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, but only appeared once in four matches – the 1–0 group stage win against Saudi Arabia, with Spain already qualified in first place.[70] He was again overlooked for the victorious Euro 2008 tournament, as manager Luis Aragonés preferred the likes of David Silva and Santi Cazorla on the wings.[71]

Reyes also appeared once for the Andalusia autonomous team.[72]

Personal life[edit]

Reyes married Noelia López in June 2017.[73] Together, they had two daughters, Noelia and Triana.[74] Reyes also had a son, José Antonio Jr., from a previous relationship.[75]

On 1 June 2019, Reyes died at the age of 35 following a car accident while traveling between Utrera and Seville with his cousins, Jonathan Reyes, who also died, and Juan Manuel Calderón, who was taken to a hospital in serious condition.[71][75][76] Police estimated that the car was traveling at 220 km/h (135 mph).[77][78] Many footballers and his former clubs offered their condolences to his family, and a moment of silence was observed at the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final, played in Madrid later that day.[71][79] Reyes' funeral took place on 3 June in his hometown of Utrera in Seville Province.[80] His final club Extremadura retired his shirt number.[81]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

Club Season League National Cup League Cup Continental Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Sevilla B 1999–2000[82] Segunda División B 32 1 32 1
Sevilla 1999–2000[82] La Liga 1 0 0 0 1 0
2000–01[82] Segunda División 1 0 1 0 2 0
2001–02[82] La Liga 29 8 1 0 30 8
2002–03[82] La Liga 34 9 4 2 38 11
2003–04[82] La Liga 21 5 4 1 25 6
Total 86 22 10 3 96 25
Arsenal 2003–04[83] Premier League 13 2 4 2 0 0 4[a] 1 21 5
2004–05[84] Premier League 30 9 6 1 0 0 8[a] 1 1[b] 1 45 12
2005–06[85] Premier League 26 5 5 1 0 0 12[a] 0 1[b] 0 44 6
Total 69 16 15 4 0 0 24 2 2 1 110 23
Real Madrid (loan) 2006–07[82] La Liga 30 6 4 0 4[a] 1 38 7
Atlético Madrid 2007–08[82] La Liga 26 0 5 0 6[c] 0 37 0
2009–10[82] La Liga 30 2 9 1 14[d] 1 53 4
2010–11[82] La Liga 34 6 5 0 4[e] 0 1[f] 1 44 7
2011–12[82] La Liga 13 0 0 0 7[e] 3 20 3
Total 104 8 19 1 31 4 1 1 155 14
Benfica (loan) 2008–09[86] Primeira Liga 24 4 2 0 4 1 5[c] 1 35 6
Sevilla 2011–12[82] La Liga 19 1 1 0 20 1
2012–13[82] La Liga 26 4 6 0 32 4
2013–14[82] La Liga 21 0 1 0 12[e] 2 34 2
2014–15[87] La Liga 19 3 4 1 13[e] 1 1[f] 0 37 5
2015–16[82] La Liga 24 1 5 2 4 0 1 0 34 3
Total 109 9 17 3 29 3 2 0 157 15
Espanyol 2016–17[82] La Liga 21 3 2 1 23 4
Córdoba 2017–18[87] Segunda División 17 1 0 0 17 1
Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard 2018[87] China League One 14 4 0 0 14 4
Extremadura 2018–19[87] Segunda División 9 0 0 0 9 0
Career total 515 74 69 12 4 1 93 11 5 2 686 100
  1. ^ a b c d Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  2. ^ a b Appearance in FA Community Shield
  3. ^ a b Appearances in UEFA Cup
  4. ^ Appearances in UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League
  5. ^ a b c d Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  6. ^ a b Appearances in UEFA Super Cup

International[edit]

[88]

Spain
Year Apps Goals
2003 4 2
2004 6 0
2005 5 0
2006 6 2
Total 21 4

International goals[edit]

Scores and results list Spain's goal tally first[88]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 11 October 2003 Vazgen Sargsyan, Yerevan, Armenia  Armenia 3–0 4–0 Euro 2004 qualifying
2. 4–0
3. 1 March 2006 Nuevo José Zorrilla, Valladolid, Spain  Ivory Coast 2–1 3–2 Friendly
4. 3 June 2006 Manuel Martínez Valero, Elche, Spain  Egypt 2–0 2–0 Friendly

Honours[edit]

Sevilla[87]

Arsenal[87]

Real Madrid[87]

Atlético Madrid[87]

Benfica[87]

Spain U-19[87]

Individual

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