| Luis Valenzuela|
| Luis Gabriel Valenzuela Toledo|
(1988-02-22) 22 February 1988 (age 27)
Puente Alto, Chile
Luis Gabriel Valenzuela Wikipedia
Luis Gabriel Valenzuela Toledo (born 22 February 1988) is a Chilean footballer who plays as a central midfielder and currently plays for Deportes Antofagasta.
He began his career as a youth player as a U-12 in Colo-Colo, the most successful team in Chile, then he was promoted to the adult team in 2006, aged 18, where he made his debut in August 2006 and at the end of the season, won Clausura 2006 Chilean Championship along with his team members Alexis Sanchez and Humberto Suazo. Also ended up as the runner-up in Copa Sudamericana 2006 under the lead management of Claudio Borghi. He stayed in Colo-Colo until 2007. Then he joined Santiago Morning in 2008. After the contract ended, he signed with Unión Temuco in 2009. In 2010, he played with Curicó Unido a team from the Chilean Primera División B. Beginning the season 2010/2011, he had agreed upon a contract with Unión San Felipe.
On August 2011, ArceSports (the footballer's agent) in association with Soccer Soccer Sport in Brazil, got a pre-contract between Luis Valenzuela and Ceará Sporting Club for a five-year period with this Campeonato Brasileiro Série A team.
On 2014, he is signed for the Chilean club O'Higgins. As of 16 January 2015
Colo-ColoChilean Primera División
Copa Sudamericana 2006