Alianza Lima is one of the most recognized teams in Peruvian soccer and that is not surprising, since great exponents of national football passed through its ranks such as: Teófilo Cubillas, César Cueto, José Velásquez, Jefferson Farfán, ‘Perico’ León, among others. .
One of these players is Juan Jose Jayo Legario who is currently dedicated to managing his own business called Maseda JD, in honor of the initials of his three children; The project belongs to the business of selling plastics and was founded by the ex-Aliancista before ending his sports career.
The ‘Pulpo’ was a footballer with a long history in the beautiful game; began his career in 1990 with the colors of Alliance Lima to later sign for Unión de Santa Fe in 1998. Later, he came to the ‘Old Continent’ in the new millennium to play for Celta de Vigo and Las Palmas de España.
He returned to the blue and white team in 2002 and the following year he was crowned Peruvian football champion; he had a brief stint at José Gálvez de Chimbote in 2008; however, he returned the following year to retire in 2012 at the age of 39 and with more than 700 games played in his entire professional career.
All the titles won by the ‘Octopus’ were with the blue and white jersey; Four Peruvian leagues stand out (1997, 2003, 2004 and 2006). Three openings, two closings and a Metropolitan Tournament complete his record.