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Josue Ayala

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Full name  Josue Daniel Ayala
Number  TBA
Name  Josue Ayala
Height  1.8 m
Career start  2008
Playing position  Goalkeeper
2006–2008  Boca Juniors
Role  Football player
Weight  80 kg
Josue Ayala 24CON Acuchillaron a Josu Ayala el arquero de Boca
Date of birth  (1988-05-30) 30 May 1988 (age 27)
Place of birth  Buenos Aires, Argentina
Current team  Independiente Rivadavia (#1 / Goalkeeper)
Similar People  Walter Garcia, Leandro Gracian, Matias Gimenez

Josue Daniel Ayala (born 30 May 1988 in Buenos Aires), is an Argentine football goalkeeper, who currently plays for Atletico Tucuman.

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Career

Following the departure of goalkeeper Aldo Bobadilla in 2007, Ayala was promoted to the first team. Ayala was relegated to fourth goalkeeper behind Mauricio Caranta, Pablo Migliore and Javier Garcia. On 17 March 2008, Ayala suffered an accident on the Dellepiane highway while traveling from the club to his house. He was also accompanied by Pablo Migliore, who had been with Ayala for a training session. Fortunately, this accident had no serious physical consequences for both goalies. In the second half of 2008, he began to be included in the first team squad due to Caranta's injuries. Ayala then ascended to become the third goalkeeper after Pablo Migliore departed to Racing Club.

Despite not playing, he won his first official title in 2008 when Boca beat Arsenal de Sarandi in the Recopa Sudamericana. He became the backup goaltender to Javier Garcia midway through the 2008 Apertura and made his debut for Boca on December 23, 2008, in the second half of the final championship playoff game against Tigre, when Garcia was forced to leave with an injury. It had been reported that after Boca had claimed the title Ayala was assaulted and stabbed in his home. The knife had only gone through muscle tissue, preventing a great tragedy.

In 2010, Ayala was loaned to second division side Independiente Rivadavia.


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References

Josue Ayala Wikipedia