SPECIAL ABILITIES: ★ Centre ★ Playmaking ★ Passing ★ Reaction ★ Penalties
PLAYER INDEX CARDS: S01 - Marauding S02 – Passer S04 – PK Taker P08 – Box to Box P15 – Free Roaming P18 – Talisman
ATTACK / DEFENCE AWARENESS: OFF
INFO: Juan Antonio Señor Gómez (born 26 August 1958 in Madrid) is a retired Spanish footballer who played as a central midfielder. During his professional career, he played mainly for Zaragoza, amassing nearly 400 official appearances in nine years. The scorer of one of Spain's most important goals, he gained more than 40 caps during the 80's, representing the nation in one World Cup and one European Championship.
During his career Señor, a Real Madrid graduate, represented professionally CD Ciempozuelos (fourth level), Deportivo Alavés and Real Zaragoza. With the Aragon side, he appeared in 304 La Liga matches, netting 54 goals. In 1986–87, which featured a second stage for the top six teams, Señor scored 11 goals in 43 contests (Zaragoza ended fifth). He also helped the side to the 1986 Copa del Rey, being voted by magazine Don Balón the league's best player in the 1982–83 season (33 matches, five goals). Señor had to retire sooner than expected due to a heart disease, his last season being 1989–90, subsequently moving into coaching: Mérida UD, UD Salamanca, FC Cartagena and CD Logroñés. He also began managing a football campus for children in the Aragonese Pyrenees.
Señor made 41 appearances for Spain, his debut coming on 27 October 1982, in an Euro 1984 qualifier against Iceland, a 1–0 win in Málaga. Also during that stage, he scored the most important of his six international goals: on 23 December 1983, as Spain needed to win by 11 goals against Malta to qualify, he scored in the 85th, in a final 12–1 result in Seville. Señor was part of the nation's squads at UEFA Euro 1984 and the 1986 FIFA World Cup, where he scored another late goal, in a quarterfinal penalty shootout loss against Belgium (1–1 after 120 minutes).
Zaragoza Spanish Cup: 1985–86
Spain UEFA European Football Championship: Runner-up 1984