| Juan Henao|
| Juan Carlos Henao Valencia|
(1971-12-30) December 30, 1971 (age 44)
Juan Carlos Henao Valencia, usually known as Juan Carlos Henao (born December 30, 1971), is a Colombian retired football goalkeeper.
As Once Caldas goalkeeper, in 2003, he won the Colombian Torneo Apertura, and in 2004, he won the Copa Libertadores and was runner-up of the Intercontinental Cup. He has been capped nine times for the Colombian national team. In 2004, Henao finished in the fifth place in the Uruguayan El Pais' South American Player of the Year award, after collecting 32 votes, and in the eighth place in IFFHS's World's Best Goalkeeper, with 29 points, tied with Portuguese goalkeeper Vítor Baía. He signed a one-year contract with Santos on January 3, 2005. Juan Carlos Henao joined Real Cartagena on February 3, 2009. He returned to Once Caldas on June 23, 2010.
He joined Santos on free transfer on January 3, 2005, and his former club Once Caldas started a lengthy legal battle to claim the transfer fee. It was rejected by FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber on February 26, 2010.
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