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For the first time in over a decade Club Deportivo Guadalajara, aka Chivas, will be without central defender Hector Reynoso who leaves the club to join Morelia on a one year loan, the club Tuesday morning.

“Club Deportivo Guadalajara inform that after reaching an agreement with Club Monarcas Morelia the player Hector Reynoso Lopez was let go on a one year loan to the Michoacan side.

“As part of Chivas Hector Reynoso has been a true leader in defense, captain of the squad and a true example of constancy appearing in 369 matches.”

Reynoso finishes off his 13 year career with Chivas with 369 matches of which 349 where as a starter. He scored 26 goals, and had 4 assists. He saw 12 red cards, and won one league championship in 2006.

Reynoso becomes the latest Chivas icon to leave the squad in this time of change. He follows the likes of Marco Fabian who is heading to Cruz Azul, where he will play under the manager who lead him to an Olympic Gold Medal, Luis Fernando Tena.

Also leaving the club will be goalkeeper Luis Ernesto Michel, it is rumored that Michel will join Reynoso in Morelia, but no official announcement as to where the goalkeeper will end up has been made.