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Juan Pablo Angel: Un hombre 'sexy'
September 27th, 2007 7AM

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The New York Red Bulls' Colombian forward Juan Pablo Angel is featured in the October 2007 issue of People En Espanol as one of the "10 Sexiest Men in the United States for 2007." Angel, 31, is in the midst of his first year with the Red Bulls and has already matched the team goal scoring record of 16, set in 2000 by Adolfo Valencia. Angel is the only athlete on the list.

"It's an honor to receive such a distinction especially from a magazine as important as People En Espanol," said Angel. "More important to me is the success of the team, after that if the awards come to me, I would welcome them."

People En Espanol's Los Hombres Mas Sexy 2007
Jaime Camil (actor)
Alejandro Fernández (singer)
Fernando Colunga (actor)
Yandel (singer)
Amaury Nolasco (actor)
Juan Pablo Ángel (soccer player)
Francisco "El Chico" Elizalde (singer)
Alex Sirvent (actor)
José Ron (actor)
Saúl Lisazo (actor

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