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John Harold Lozano

John Harold Lozano Prado is a former Colombian footballer. He played mainly as a central midfielder, with good leadership skills and aerial ability.

During his career, Lozano played for America de Cali, Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras (Brazil), Club America (Mexico), Real Valladolid and RCD Mallorca (Spain), retiring in 2004 after a stint with C.F. Pachuca (Mexico).

Whilst at Valladolid, during a September 29, 2001 match at Real Madrid (22), opposing players blamed Lozano for whistling during a free kick, causing Real Madrid to believe that the referee had blown the whistle, as Valladolid scored from the situation. Lozano denied responsibility, saying it could have been any of the 90,000 spectators attending the game.

Related websites

Lozano claims not to have whistled in first goal

Colombia - Record international players

Stats at Liga de Futbol Profesional

BDFutbol profile

NationalFootballTeams data

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