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Monday July 29 2019
Cousin of Jose Antonio Reyes out of hospital

Juan Manuel Calderón, the cousin of Jose Antonio Reyes, has been released from hospital almost two months after his car accident.

He has been discharged after eight weeks in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Virgen del Rocío hospital in Seville.

The report in Marca adds that Calderón, a passenger in the car driven by Reyes, has been on “advanced life support measures and a "slow" treatment due to the severity of his wounds.”

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Monday July 1 2019
Dani Ceballos dedicates Spain Under-21 triumph to Jose Antonio Reyes

Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos has dedicated Spain’s European Championships Under-21 title to the late Jose Antonio Reyes (pictured).

Ceballos started in La Rojita’s fifth ever lifting of the tournament - helping to defeat Germany 2-1 in the decider - and dedicated the success to the former Sevilla captain who, like him, also came from the Sevillian town of Utrera.

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Monday June 24 2019
Son of Jose Antonio Reyes joins Real Madrid

The son of the late Sevilla captain Jose Antonio Reyes (pictured) has jonied Real Madrid’s youth system for next season, it has been confirmed.

Jose Antonio Reyes Lopez will join Madrid’s youth setup from next season having previously been on the books of Leganes in the southern suburbs of the Spanish capital.

Reyes Lopez finished top scorer for Lega in a national tournament held at the Ciudad Real earlier this season and is said to be an exciting talent within the game.

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Monday June 3 2019
Real Madrid sign son of Jose Antonio Reyes

The son of the late Sevilla captain Jose Antonio Reyes (pictured) will join Real Madrid’s youth system from next season, it has been confirmed.

Jose Antonio Reyes Lopez will join Madrid’s youth setup from next season having previously been on the books of Leganes in the southern suburbs of the Spanish capital.

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Monday June 3 2019
Ivan Rakitic: 'Everyone wanted Jose Antonio Reyes as a teammate'

Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic has paid tribute to former Sevilla star Jose Antonio Reyes: “He was a teammate who everyone wanted.”

The two player alongside each other at the Andalusian club for two-and-a-half years before the Croatian was transferred to the Camp Nou in the summer of 2014.

“This is a really sad day for us all, I am speechless,” Rakitic told reporters as cited by ABC.

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Saturday June 1 2019
Jose Antonio Reyes dies

Spain international Jose Antonio Reyes has tragically died in a road accident in Seville, aged 35.

The incident occurred this morning in his home town.

The winger had 22 senior caps for Spain, scoring four goals, and had recently returned from a spell in China to play for Extremadura.

Reyes came up through the Sevilla youth academy, also playing for Arsenal, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Benfica, Espanyol, Cordoba and Chinese club Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard.

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Tuesday June 5 2018
Reyes set for China move

Former Spain international Jose Antonio Reyes is set to join Chinese second division side Xinjiang Tianshan Leopards, according to reports.

The 34-year-old forward joined La Liga 123 outfit Cordoba in January and helped maintain the Andalusian club’s stay in the second tier thanks to a strong finish to the campaign.

The former Sevilla forward, who has won 21 caps for his country, now looks set for a move to the Far East, according to reports throughout the Spanish press.

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Wednesday January 31 2018
Reyes joins struggling Cordoba

Former Sevilla captain and Spain international Jose Antonio Reyes has joined struggling La Liga 123 outfit Cordoba, it has been confirmed.

The experienced forward reportedly rejected an offer from fellow Andalucian side Cadiz, who currently sit second in Spain’s second tier, to join Los Verdiblancos.

He had previously been close to joining Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua before negotiations broke down, while he also received an offer from Qatari side Al Hilal, report La Vanuardia.

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Friday September 8 2017
Reyes to join Shanghai Shenhua

Jose Antonio Reyes has confirmed he is set to join Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua as a free agent.

The 34-year-old left Espanyol at the end of last season after one year at the club and will now link up with Carlos Tevez, Obafemi Martins, Freddy Guarin and Demba Ba at the Chinese side.

The forward, who netted four goals in 23 appearances for the Catalan club last season, will now be managed by former Real Betis Coach Gus Poyet who’s side currently sit 11th in China’s top flight.

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Saturday April 1 2017
Reyes: Goal for Sevilla fans

Jose Antonio Reyes admits his injury-time winner against Real Betis in La Liga on Friday was as much for Sevilla fans as those of Espanyol.

Former Sevilla man Reyes did not hold back in his celebrations after his wonder-strike in the 90th minute, which secured Espanyol a 2-1 victory over Betis to leave the Catalans within just five points of the Europa League places.

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