Ex U20 coach of Costa Rica, Liechtenstein, Mexico and Switzerland and NT coach of Mexico.
José María Teclo Morelos y Pavón (30 September 1765 - 22 December 1815) was one of the main early leaders of Mexico's struggle for independence from Spain.
Morelos was born in Morelia in what is now the state of Michoacán, then part of New Spain. At the age of 33 he was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest.
In 1810 he joined the rebellion against Spain called for by Miguel Hidalgo. After Hidalgo was captured and executed, Morelos took over as the leader of the revolution.
He skillfully fought against the Viceroy's Spanish army, and captured the cities of Oaxaca and Acapulco, Mexico's main Pacific seaport, the following year.
He was captured by Spanish forces and shot as a traitor at the village of San Cristóbal Ecatepec. His lieutenant Vicente Guerrero continued the fight after his death.
Morelos is a national hero of Mexico. The city of Morelia and the state of Morelos.