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A veteran of two World Cups, Perez is expected to serve as the backup to No. 1 goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa in South Africa. Perez did not see action in the 1998 World Cup and played in all four matches for "El Tri" in 2002 as Mexico lost to the United States in the round of 16 under current coach Javier Aguirre. A favorite of Aguirre, Perez was not selected for the 2006 World Cup under former coach Ricardo LaVolpe. Perez has spent his entire career in Mexico, playing for Cruz Azul from 1991-2008. One of the career leaders in appearances for Cruz Azul, Perez finally moved on to play for Tigres in 2008-09. This past season, he saw action in 30 matches for Jaguares de Chiapas, a club based in the region known best for the Zapatista uprising led by masked rebel leader Subcommandante Marcos.
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