How much is Amado Guevara worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Amado Guevara? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Amado Guevara's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Amado Guevara (* Tegucigalpa, Francisco Moraz\u00e1n, Honduras, May 2, 1976), is a former Honduran activist. \n \n\nAmado Guevara's Biography \n A Amado 'El Lobo' Guevara , [soccer] has given him many satisfactions in his personal life. Through this sport; Guevara had the opportunity to be present, in a recognition that President George W. Bush gave to several Latino athletes in the White House. \n As well as being part of a meeting; that the stars of the Major League Soccer, held in the Santiago Bernab\u00e9u of Spain against the historic Real Madrid. Among many other things. \n This flyer; was born on May 2, 1976, possessed of a great football talent. This led him to win the praises of the national and international press, as well as win several awards individually and collectively in the different teams he participated in. \n However, the race of the 'Lobo' is marked by a series of acts of indiscipline inside and outside the field of play; that have diminished his football career. \n The 'Lobo' began his football career playing for the Motagua Sports Club of Tegucigalpa in Honduras. In that Club, this player was crowned champion in the seasons: 1997-1998 Ap., 1997-1998 Cl., 1999-2000 Ap., 1999-2000. \n Before playing for MLS in the United States, Guevara played briefly for Real Valladolid of Spain along with Honduran side Carlos Pav\u00f3n. In Mexico; the 'Wolf' had the opportunity to participate with the Club Zacatepec of the First 'A', as well as in Deportivo Saprissa of Costa Rica. \n In the 'tico' Club, Guevara earned the affection of club fans who remember him for his talent and skills. But shortly afterwards he would leave this team for a better offer from the MLS, therefore on April 11, 2003 he signed for the New York Metrostars. \n In his first season the 'Lobo' Guevara had an outstanding performance even when he only scored three goals and 10 assists in the regular season and one in the post-season games. \n With his leadership from the midfield, the Metrostars could qualify for the final of the open tournament Lamar Hunt, this being the first final of the club in its short history. \n For the next season of 2004 the presence of Guevara made itself felt enormously in the New York Club. The footballer ended the season as a shared scoring leader, and took home the Major League Soccer Player of the Year award. \n In the 2005 season the Amado Guevara ascendant streak continued; arriving to convert a total of 11 goals and 11 assists in the regular season and a goal in the post-season. A) Yes; Guevara remained among one of the best in the US league. \n At the beginning of 2006, a conflict arose between Guevara and the MetroStars. The club allowed the player to 'only' train with the Motagua Sports Club, but Amado played for the Honduran club in several friendly matches, without proper permission. \n This caused heated debates between Amado and the club's president, Alexi Lalas, who was willing to get rid of the player's services, but the board opposed and Guevara remained in the club. \n In March 2006, Guevara received his card that accredits him as a permanent resident of the United States, this allows the League to employ the player as a national and leave a position for foreigner if necessary. \n With the arrival of Bruce Arena as coach of the re-named Red Bull Amado Guevara remained in the club in New York. In the last game of the 2006 season Guevara scored a 'Hat Trick' which allowed the Club to advance to the semifinals. \n The season of 2007 marked the return to the League of "Captain America": Claudio Reina, from the English league. This meant the departure of Amado Guevara, who was then transferred to Chivas USA in Los Angeles, California. \n After an operation on one of his knees, Amado Guevara returned to the field of action, and on April 8, 2007, Amado debuted with his new team against the new MLS tenant: Toronto FC. In that match, 'El Lobo' had a discreet performance, despite the fact that Chivas USA triumphed over the Canadian side 2-0. \n In his last game with Chivas USA, coach Preki was not satisfied with the performance of Guevara and asked the board of the 'Chivas' to leave the 'Wolf', arguing: indiscipline and poor performance. He added that "his ego does not let him triumph." Referring to Guevara. \n Faced with this situation; the Club decided to send Guevara to the Canadian team: Toronto FC. But the player rebelled and said that his future was in Honduras with the Motagua Sports Club and not in Major League Soccer. \n In the end, the player's wishes prevailed and he signed with Club Deportivo Motagua for the 2007-2008 Apertura tournament. In that tournament, Guevara led the team until the end of the championship; where the 'Blue Cyclone' fell in the final match 2-0 against the Sports Club Marathon of San Pedro Sula. With that result, Guevara and the Motaguenses had to settle for the runner-up. \n Even with the loss of the local tournament, Amado Guevara and Club Deportivo Motagua had one of their best years, when the last edition of the Interclubes Cup of the UNCAF took place. In that tournament, the 'Lobo' was key for his club to leave on the road teams like the Municipal of Guatemala, San Francisco of Panama and Deportivo Saprissa of Costa Rica. \n Before the end of the 2008 closing tournament of the National Soccer League of Honduras, Amado Guevara made the decision to return to Major League Soccer of the United States and signed for Toronto FC for four years. In April, the 'Wolf' made his re-debut against the L.A. Galaxy by David Beckham and Landon Donovan. In that game, Guevara stood out by giving the first pass to Danny Dichio goal. The match ended with a 3-2 Canadian victory. The following week, Toronto beat Real Salt Lake 1-0, with Guevara in the field of actions. \n On April 26, Toronto FC's good run continued under the leadership of Amado Guevara. The Canadian team, got its third consecutive win (2-0) of the season with 2 goals of "Lobo". Despite the good work of Guevara and the Canadian club, it was not enough to qualify for post-season games in MLS. \n In 2009 he returns to the nest in the closing tournament 2009-2010 and loses the grand final against Olimpia. Already in 2011 the wolf gets his fifth star playing for Motagua but this time being the captain of the Guevara team led to the club's 12th title scoring two goals in the finals played in the Supercl\u00e1sico against Olimpia, leading the blue team to break the 4-year drought without winning the league title \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Amado Guevara\n\nThe Amado Guevara's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.