| Puente Castro, Spain|
| Juan Carlos Rodríguez Moreno|
(1965-01-19) 19 January 1965 (age 52)
José Manuel Pinto, Emmanuel Petit, Johan Cruyff, Lilian Thuram
Juan Carlos Rodríguez Moreno (born 19 January 1965 in Puente Castro, León), known as Juan Carlos, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a left back.
Juan Carlos (footballer, born 1965) Wikipedia
During his career, Juan Carlos played for Real Valladolid (two spells, to kickstart and end his 15-year spell as a professional), Atlético Madrid, FC Barcelona and Valencia CF. With Barça, he started and finished in the club's 1991–92 European Cup final win against U.C. Sampdoria, and was relatively used in three consecutive La Liga titles by the Catalans. He played 297 league games as a professional, all in the top level, scoring two goals – both for Valladolid.
In 2008, Juan Carlos returned to Valladolid, working with the club in directorial capacities.
Juan Carlos earned one cap for the Spain national team, on 17 April 1991. He played the entire match in a 0–2 friendly loss with Romania in Cáceres.Atlético Madrid
Copa del Rey: 1990–91
European Cup: 1991–92; Runner-up 1993–94
UEFA Super Cup: 1992
La Liga: 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94
Supercopa de España: 1991, 1992
Copa del Rey: Runner-up 1994–95
UEFA European Under-21 Championship: 1986