| Adrian Cortes|
| Adrian Cortes Valdovino|
(1983-11-19) November 19, 1983 (age 32)
Puebla F.C. (#20 / Defender)
Mexico City, Mexico
Adrián Cortés Wikipedia
Adrián Cortés Valdovino (born November 19, 1983) is a Mexican professional footballer, who now plays as a defender for Puebla F.C. on loan from Guadalajara in the Liga MX.
He made his debut April 6, 2003, against Deportivo Toluca, a game which resulted in a 3-1 victory for Cruz Azul. Adrián Cortés was on Cruz Azul's bench for 4 years, only being able to participate in 23 games (9 games as starter, 5 of them being in the Primera División Apertura 2003) in his entire stay at Cruz Azul. Primera División Apertura 2003 was his most active season in Cruz Azul, but unfortunately, the Mexican defender could not find a permanent spot in the team that had brought him up.
Juan Reinoso, former Cruz Azul player, took Adrian Cortes to his Peruvian team, Coronel Bolognesi. Adrian Cortes did not let the opportunity slip, which even gave him the possibility to play in Copa Libertadores, the most prestigious CONMEBOL club-based tournament. His visit to Peru lasted only a semester, Adrian Cortes played for Tecos UAG in 2008. He then played for Cruz Azul Hidalgo in 2009.