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Carlos Vicente Tenorio Medina is an Ecuadorian footballer who plays for Emirati club Al-Nasr. Tenorio is an experienced striker known for his heading ability.
He began his career with LDU Quito. In Tenorio's early years. Then, he went to Al-Nassr where he was the top goalscorer with 15 goals in 16 matches, however, it is at Al Sadd where he has had more success, being the second highest goalscorer behind Gabriel Batistuta in 2004, winning the league title. He scored 10 goals in a Qatar Sheikh Jassem Cup game against Meather, a team of the league's second division, in which Al Saad won 21-0 on August 26, 2006.
In the 2006 transfer window, Tenorio was linked with a move to Italy's Siena and France's Lille. Though these two clubs offered decent money, the Asian club refused to sell him. Nonetheless, this showed how Carlos Tenorio has improved as a striker.
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