Juan Manuel Peña
Juan Manuel Peña Montaño (born 17 January 1973) is a Bolivian retired footballer who played as a central defender.
The vast majority of his professional career was spent in Spain, where he played a total of 14 years for three teams (namely Valladolid), appearing in a total of 305 La Liga games.
Peña played more than 80 times with Bolivia, representing the nation at the 1994 World Cup and five Copa América tournaments.
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