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Miguel Calero was pronounced dead this afternoon.
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Tuzos Pachuca announced today in a press release that former Pachuca and Colombia international goalkeeper Miguel Calero, 41, died on Tuesday December 4.

Calero had been declared brain dead on Monday night, but had been left on life support until his death on Tuesday afternoon.

The former goalkeeper, who still worked for Pachuca, had been hospitalized on November 26th after a cerebral thrombosis in his home in Pachuca.

The player had suffered from blood clots in the tail end of his career, retiring on September 29th 2011 after suffering a thrombosis in his left arm.

Miguel Calero had played with the Colombian national team between 1995 and 2007. He had spent his club career with Deportivo Cali, Barranquilla, Atletico Nacional and Pachuca. He won the Colombian championship with Cali and the Mexican championship with Pachuca on three occasions.

The funeral will take place Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Gota de Plata auditorium.

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One of Miguel Calero most outstanding virtues was his ability to take flight and dive from post to post to make a save. He did it in practice... 
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And he did it better than anyone on the Colombian national team, even over stalwarts like Faryd Mondragón and Oscar Córdoba.
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When he first arrived at Mexican club Pachuca, no one imagined he would go on to become an icon of the team.
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Calero never played with fear. He went to each ball with all his might and took flight whenever necessary to stop a shot.
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If need be, he would also use his feet in the air. He won many more battles in one-on-ones, than he lost. 
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Calero's most successful stint was with Pachuca, where he won domestic and international titles.
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Calero always put on a show during his time in Mexico.
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Usually, Calero would "lift-off" more than once a game. 
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Calero served as a backup goalie for the Colombian national team for many years, but got his chance to start in 1999.
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Mondragón and Córdoba typically got the starting nod, but Calero snatched the opportunity when it came.
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His most memorable game with Colombia occured when he forced Martin Palermo to miss three penalty shots against Argentina.
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Calero ended his career as a result of vascular problems.
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Some may say Calero is now starting his final flight, with all the elegance and chivalry that always defined him.
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TRAGIC SPORTS DEATHS Remembering the many athletes sports lost way too soon.

Former Colombia goalkeeper Miguel Calero, who played for more than a decade with Mexican club Pachuca, has died of complications following a stroke. He was 41.

Pachuca said in a statement that Calero died Tuesday in a Mexico City hospital.

Calero had a stroke and was hospitalized a week ago in Mexico, where he has lived since playing with Pachuca. Calero retired as a Pachuca player in 2011 and moved to the bench as the goalkeeping coach. As a player, he helped the club to four league titles and the regional Copa Sudamericana.

Calero underwent surgery but was pronounced ''brain dead'' on Monday. Doctors said his condition was irreversible.

''Miguel Calero is at the center of a great era in the history of Pachuca,'' the club said in a statement.

Calero played 50 times for Colombia and was a member of its 1998 World Cup team, the last time Colombia qualified for the event.

Colombian President Juan Manual Santos said his country was feeling the pain.

''It hurts every Colombian what happened to Miguel Calero,'' the president wrote on his Twitter account. ''Football is in mourning.''

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Calero, 41, who spent most of his playing career with Pachuca, has been hospitalized since Nov. 28 after thrombosis in his arm caused a blood clot to reach his brain.

"Mr. Calero is brain dead," Dr. Edgar Natal, neurosurgeon, and Dr. José Antonio Torres, who is chief of medical services for Pachuca, said. "Unfortunately, it is only a matter of time befor Miguel Calero passes away."

Currently, Calero is on life support.

Calero retired from the Mexican league on Sept. 29, 2011 after suffering a venous thrombosis in his left arm. With Pachuca, he won three titles. He played for the Colombian national team from 1995-2007.

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Miguel Calero has died a little over a week after reportedly being hospitalized from an a series of strokes beginning on Nov. 26.

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Legendary goalkeeper Miguel Calero passed away Tuesday at the age of 41 years old.

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The 41-year-old retired soccer star, who also played for the Colombian national team, was taken off life support Tuesday afternoon, according to a message sent out at about 2:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on the Pachuca football club's official Twitter feed.

 

A loose and less-than-accurate, but still illuminating, translation of the pertinent part of that tweet, as interpreted by Google Translate, is as follows:

 

“We welcome your expressions of solidarity with the death of Miguel Calero.”

 

ESPN confirmed the death in an online post Tuesday afternoon.

 

Miguel Calero was beloved around the world and especially in Mexico, where he is considered one of the nation's great football heroes.

 

On Nov. 26, he was taken from his home in Pachuca, Mexico, to Mexico City via helicopter for treatment for an apparent cerebral thrombosis, according to ESPN.

 

Reports about exactly what sent him to the hospital initially vary from source to source, as the top soccer Website Goal.com on Tuesday stated that he was instead hospitalized on Nov. 28 after a thrombosis in his arm sent a blood clot to his brain.

 

Either way, while Miguel Calero was in the hospital, he proceeded to undergo a series of strokes, according to Sports Illustrated Senior Writer Grant Wahl, who tweeted the following Monday evening:

 

“Thinking of ex-Pachuca goalkeeper Miguel Calero as he fights for his life following a series of strokes. Un gigante.”

 

Pachuca announced in a Monday night statement that Calero was declared brain dead that evening, ESPN reported.

 

On Tuesday, Goal.com quoted the following statement from the Pachuca team:

 

“Miguel Calero was a football player who left his mark on a great era in the history of Club Pachuca.”

He was then taken off life support Tuesday, the day after he was declared brain dead, according to Goal.com.

 

Calero retired Mexican league soccer play on Sept. 29, 2011, after he suffered a venous thrombosis in his left arm, according to Goal.com.

The outpouring of online support Tuesday in the wake of his reported death was swift and overwhelming, as fellow players and soccer fans who support teams across the globe came out to show their love for Miguel Calero.

 

Santos Laguna and U.S. Men's National Team forward Hercules Gomez tweeted the following message shortly after Calero's death was announced, and was immediately retweeted dozens of times:

 

“RIP Miguel Calero, An unbelievable player and an even better person ... you will be missed but not forgotten my friend!!”

 

Twitter user @JandroMuzik had a simpler message that all football fans could find solidarity with:

“#RIP Miguel Calero , one of the best goalkeepers in Mexico.”

 

Miguel Calero will not be forgotten, as the whole soccer world is expressing its grief over losing such a strong figure at such a young age.

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Miguel Calero - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Miguel Calero From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is the latest accepted revision, accepted on 4 January 2013. Jump to: navigation, search This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Calero and the second or maternal family name is Rodríguez. Miguel Calero
Calero while playing for Pachuca in 2006. Personal information Full name Miguel Ángel Calero Rodríguez Date of birth (1971-04-14)April 14, 1971 Place of birth Ginebra, Colombia Date of death December 4, 2012(2012-12-04) (aged 41) Place of death Mexico City, Mexico Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) Playing position Goalkeeper Youth career 1986-1988 Deportivo Cali Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1988–1997 Deportivo Cali 94 (2) 1987–1992 → Sporting (loan) 86 (0) 1998–2000 Atlético Nacional 91 (0) 2000–2011 Pachuca 395 (2) National team‡ 1995–2009 Colombia 50 (0) Teams managed 2011–2012 Pachuca (Goalkeeper Trainer) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 April 2011, 00:01 (UTC).

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 1 May 2009

Miguel Ángel Calero Rodríguez (April 14, 1971 – December 4, 2012) was a Colombian football goalkeeper, who played 50 times for the Colombia national team between 1995 and 2007.[1]

While playing in Colombia, Calero won two championships, one with Deportivo Cali (1996) and another one with Atlético Nacional (1998). In Mexico, he played 23 tournaments with Club Pachuca and won 10 cups with the team. At an international level, Calero won four CONCACAF Champions Leagues and the Copa Sudamericana in 2006; he also won the 2001 Copa América with Colombia's national team.[2]

Contents 1 Career 2 Health deterioration and death 3 Honors 3.1 Club 3.2 National team 4 References 5 External links [edit] Career

Calero was born in Ginebra, Valle del Cauca, Colombia, but later became a Mexican citizen.

He played for Deportivo Cali winning the 1996 Copa Mustang Division Mayor: Primera A championship title and Atlético Nacional Colombia, then moving to C.F. Pachuca, Mexico, where he was captain of the team. With Pachuca, he won four national championships, three CONCACAF Champions Cups, one Copa Sudamericana and one SuperLiga title. He scored a goal against Chiapas on August 11, 2002.

He played for the Colombia national football team and was a participant at the 1992 Summer Olympics and at the 1998 FIFA World Cup. In 2001 he was part of the Colombia team that won their first ever Copa América championship.[3]

He was known for wearing a baseball cap as a goalkeeper and a bandana, and for having a pair of wings on the back of his jersey around his number, 1. These wings symbolize his nickname, "El Cóndor".

After a poor performance in Copa América 2007, which included a 5-0 loss to Paraguay, Calero announced his retirement from the Colombian National team.[4]

In October 23, 2011, Calero played his last game with Pachuca and retired from football.[5]

[edit] Health deterioration and death

Calero was hospitalized on November 26, 2012 after he suffered from a cerebral thrombosis at his home in Pachuca.[6] After suffering from a second cerebral thrombosis episode, Calero was pronounced clinically brain dead on December 3, 2012.[7] For the rest of the day, he remained on life support but the injuries were irreversible.[8] At a public conference on noon of December 4, Calero was declared dead.[9] His funeral was held in Pachuca, Hidalgo, home of his tenured club CF Pachuca.[10] After the ceremonies Calero was later cremated and his remains were divided with one half of it sent to his native Colombia, whereas the rest stayed in Mexico. [11]

[edit] Honors [edit] Club Colombian Championship: 1996 with Deportivo Cali and 1999 with Atletico Nacional Mexican Championship: Invierno 2001, Apertura 2003, Clausura 2006, Clausura 2007. CONCACAF Champions' Cup: 2002, 2007, 2008, 2010. Copa Nissan Sudamericana: 2006 North American SuperLiga: 2007 [edit] National team Copa América (Colombia) 2001 [edit] References ^ rsssf: Colombia record international footballers ^ "Miguel Calero, 'El cóndor' que llegó a lo más alto con el Pachuca" (in Spanish). CNNMéxico. 4 December 2012. http://mexico.cnn.com/deportes/2012/12/04/miguel-calero-el-condor-que-llego-a-lo-mas-alto-con-el-pachuca. Retrieved 4 December 2012. ^ rsssf: Copa América 2001 squads ^ Anuncia Miguel Calero que se retirará en junio ^ “Me voy del fútbol lleno de felicidad”: Miguel Calero ^ "Miguel Calero hospitalized". ESPN. 26 November 2012. http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story/_/id/1241115/ex-pachuca-goalie-miguel-calero-in-mexico-city-hospital?cc=5901. Retrieved 4 December 2012. ^ "Confirman muerte cerebral de Calero" (in Spanish). ESPN (Mexico). 3 December 2012. http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/news/story?id=1673458&s=mex&type=story. Retrieved 4 December 2012. ^ "Pachuca reports Calero is brain dead". Terra Networks. 4 December 2012. http://sports.terra.com/soccer/mexico/pachuca-reports-calero-is-brain-dead,ab2ba9d3bc36b310VgnVCM20000099cceb0aRCRD.html. Retrieved 4 December 2012. ^ "Muere el portero Miguel Calero" (in Spanish). Organización Editorial Mexicana. 4 December 2012. http://www.oem.com.mx/eloccidental/notas/n2795465.htm. Retrieved 4 December 2012. ^ "Dan en Pachuca adiós a Miguel Calero" (in Spanish). ESPN. December 5, 2012. http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/news/story?id=1674317&s=mex&type=story. ^ "Cenizas de Miguel Calero seran divididas entre familiares y Tuzos" (in Spanish). 5 December 2012. http://futbol.univision.com/mexico/article/2012-12-05/cenizas-de-miguel-calero-seran-divididas-entre-familia-y-tuzos-haran-estatua#axzz2EFkpng4u. [edit] External links Miguel Calero stats at Medio Tiempo.com (Spanish) Career details at National Football teams   Colombia squads v t e Colombia squad – 1991 Copa América Fourth Place 1 Higuita 2 Escobar 3 Martínez 4 Pimentel 5 Herrera 6 Pareja 7 de Ávila 8 García 9 Valenciano 10 Valderrama 11 Redín 12 Calero 13 Cabrera 14 Álvarez 15 Perea 16 Estrada 17 Osorio 18 Iguarán 19 Usuriaga 20 Rincón 21 Vargas Cortés 22 Niño Coach: García v t e Colombia squad – 1992 Summer Olympics 1 Calero 2 Bermúdez 3 Moreno 4 Santa 5 Marulanda 6 Gaviria 7 Asprilla 8 Lozano 9 Valenciano 10 Pacheco 11 Uribe 12 Mondragón 13 Cassiani 14 Pérez 15 Aristizábal 16 Restrepo 17 Mejia 18 Osorio 19 Calanche 20 Cañas Coach: Gómez v t e Colombia squad – 1995 Copa América Third Place 1 Higuita 2 Santa 3 Mendoza 4 Fernández 5 Bermúdez 6 Gaviria 7 Guerrero 8 Lozano 9 Arboleda 10 Valderrama 11 Asprilla 12 Calero 13 Cabrera 14 Álvarez 15 Mosquera 16 Aristizábal 17 León 18 Cardona 19 Rincón 20 Quiñonez 21 Cassiani 22 Córdoba Coach: Gómez v t e Colombia squad – 1997 Copa América 1 Mondragón 2 Córdoba 3 C. Asprilla 4 Santa 5 Bermúdez 6 Pérez 7 Zuleta 8 Estrada 9 Aristizábal 10 Mafla 11 F. Asprilla 12 Calero 13 Cabrera 14 Gaviria 15 Mosquera 16 Moreno 17 Ricard 18 Bonilla 19 Escobar 20 Pacheco 21 Zapata 22 Morantes Coach: Gómez v t e Colombia squad – 1998 FIFA World Cup 1 O. Córdoba 2 I. Córdoba 3 Palacios 4 Santa 5 Bermúdez 6 Serna 7 De Ávila 8 Lozano 9 Valencia 10 Valderrama (C|) 11 Asprilla 12 Calero 13 Cabrera 14 Bolaño 15 Aristizábal 16 Moreno 17 Estrada 18 Pérez 19 Rincón 20 Ricard 21 Preciado 22 Mondragón Coach: Gómez v t e Colombia squad – 2001 Copa América Winners (1st Title) 1 O. Córdoba 2 I. Córdoba (c) 3 Yepes 4 Cortés 5 Orozco 6 Vargas 7 Becerra 8 Ferreira 9 Aristizábal 10 Hernández 11 Arriaga 12 Calero 13 Restrepo 14 López 15 Murillo 16 González 17 Ramírez 18 Castillo 19 Grisales 20 Bedoya 21 Díaz 23 Molina Coach: Maturana v t e Colombia squad – 2007 Copa América 1 Calero 2 Córdoba 3 Yepes 4 Vallejo 5 Anchico 6 Vargas 7 Edixon Perea 8 Ferreira 9 Domínguez 10 Chitiva 11 Rodallega 12 Zapata 13 Marín 14 Luis Amaranto Perea 15 Viáfara 16 Benítez 17 Castrillón 19 Valoyes 20 Torres 21 Arizala 23 Rey 24 Banguero 25 Zúñiga Coach: Pinto Persondata Name Calero, Miguel Alternative names Short description Colombian footballer Date of birth April 14, 1971 Place of birth Ginebra, Colombia Date of death Place of death Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Miguel_Calero&oldid=531215553" Categories: 1971 births2012 deathsColombian footballersDeportivo Cali footballersAtlético Nacional footballersC.F. 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