Omar Bravo Tordecillas is a Mexican international footballer who currently features for the Spanish football club Deportivo la Coruna. He is a striker.

Omar Bravo was actually an amateur boxer during is youth until he was 12 or 13 years of age and then decided to concentrate on football full time. He then progressed through the ranks of Mexican giants Club Deportivo Guadalajara and made his debut for the senior side in August 2001 against UANL Tigres in a 0-0 draw. He became a regular for the team during the 2002 Apertura, playing 15 games and scoring 6 goals.

In 2006 Omar Bravo was influential in winning the Apertura with Guadalajara and won the Golden Boot for scoring the most number of golas in the 2007 Clausura championships. He scored 11 goals in 17 matches.

Position Forward
Height / weight 1.74 m /
Born 4 Mar 1980
Nationality Mexico Mexico
Team History
Leones Negros UdeG 2019 - 2020
Phoenix Rising FC 2017 (loan)
Club Deportivo Guadalajara Club Deportivo Guadalajara 2013 - 2017
North Carolina FC 2016 (loan)
Atlas F.C. 2013 (loan)
Cruz Azul 2012 - 2013
Kansas City Wizards Kansas City Wizards 2011
Club Deportivo Guadalajara Club Deportivo Guadalajara 2009 - 2010
Tigres UANL 2009 (loan)
141 deportivo de la coruna Deportivo 2008 - 2009
Club Deportivo Guadalajara Club Deportivo Guadalajara 2001 - 2008

He joined Spanish club Deportivio la Coruna in the summer of 2008 after scoring 101 goals in 258 league matches for Guadalajara. Bravo is actually only the second player in history to score 100 or more goals for Guadalajara.

Omar Bravo has been equally prolific in the international circuit. He has featured in almost 50 matches for Mexico and was a star in the 2006 Germany World Cup and in the 2007 Copa America.

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