Mexico City /
Mexican soccer is in mourning. And it is that he recently died Jose Luis Caballero, Mexican soccer player who represented our country in the Olympic Games of Montreal 1976.
The death of the ex-footballer was confirmed by the sports analyst Raul Sarmiento, in their social networks, who regretted the departure of this world of Knight, who played in his time as a player in clubs like Chivas and Blue Cross.
Mexican football again in mourning. José Luis Caballero, a great Mexican Olympic midfielder, passed away, along with Rangel, Cosio, Carrillo, Rergis, Hugo Sánchez, etc., a team that made history. RIP
– Raul Sarmiento (@raulsarmiento) January 14, 2021
Jose Luis Caballero was part of the team that participated in the Olympic Games of Montreal from 1976, where the tricolor team did not have the opportunity to stand out since it was eliminated in the first round of the tournament, since they fell to France (4-1) and drew against Israel (2-2) and Guatemala (1-1).
That Mexican team was made up of: Javier Regalado, Gabriel Márquez, Eduardo Rergis, Bardomiano Viveros, Carlos García, Ernesto de la Rosa, Héctor Tapia, Jose Luis Caballero, Victor Rangel, Hugo Sanchez, Rafael Toribio, José Gómez, Antonio Hernández, Jorge López Malo, Mario Carrillo, Alfredo Navarrete and Guillermo Cosío.