Pavel PARDO

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Pavel PARDO

Postby Heui » 2008 Dec 13, 20:41



After legendary Zvonimir Soldo retired in June 2006, Stuttgart were in desperate need of a quality defensive midfielder to at least partly fill the huge gap Soldo had left. For a decade had the 189cm tall Croatian been one of the dominating figure in Stuttgart’s midfield, backing the likes of Krassimir Balakov or Aliaksandr Hleb.
Bringing in Pardo was what can be called the best signing since having signed Meira from Benfica.
Right from the start did Pardo do what everyone expected him to do: being a worthy successor of Stuttgart legend Soldo
Yet, I’m gonna go into more detail later on after having given u some information on Pardo’s career. :P

Pardo’s career started in 1993 at the age of 17 at Atlas de Guadalajara, the local team of his home town; one of quite a number of similarities between his and Meira’s career tbh.
After five years there, he made his way to UAG Tecos where he only stayed one season before being signed by Mexican giants Club América. What did I just say bout similarities between their careers? :D
He spent 7 quite successful years in Mexico-City where he won two Championships, before he was signed by Stuttgart in summer 2006, making him and fellow Mexican Ricardo Osorio, who Stuttgart signed from Cruz Azul, the first Mexicans in Bundesliga.


Pardo’s play is very much alike Meira’s in terms of anticipation and determination though the Mexican also has other strengths which make him very important for his team.
Yet, since he is the successor for Soldo, comparisons between them are legal and should be made. Soldo’s play was dominated by physicality which was not really astonishing since he stood at 189/88. Considering the fact that Pardo is only 175/69 it could be doubted that he is able to take it to his opponents in the same way Soldo did. WRONG! :P Pardo is not only able to bring it to the opponent’s players physically, he is also one of those who you need as a true #6 coz he knows when to commit a (rather hard) foul to wake up the team and make a statement on the pitch. Those were qualities Soldo was loved for by Stuttgart fans and they now love Pardo for.
Nevertheless, Pardo’s play doesn’t only consist of chopping players down. He has great vision which is one of the most important features a DM should have to be successful (see “importance of the DM” discussion PLF’s thread). Pardo is able to play pinpoint passes to team mates, be it from deep down in his team’s half or as a nice through ball to open the opponent’s defence.
Besides him being physically and technically gifted, his main asset is his mental strength. Pardo simply keeps going just like Meira till the final whistle blows, another quality Stuttgart fans highly appreciated in Soldo.

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby PIPA23 » 2008 Dec 24, 20:49

He transfered to AMERICA, mexico club..

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby Heui » 2008 Dec 25, 15:25

not confirmed by Stuttgart yet

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby mario88 » 2008 Dec 28, 22:11

Now its official

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby PMC » 2008 Dec 31, 15:44

isn't Club America mexican aka north america?

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby Heui » 2009 Jan 11, 14:34

I put him in here because here are more players of Club América

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby Trevi » 2009 Feb 01, 04:16

He is number 13

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Jul 21, 02:24

PMC wrote:isn't Club America mexican aka north america?



Mexico is in central America but they still consider as Latin Americans. As u know they playing even in Copa Libertadores. North America is just USA & Canada.

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby Shini Kahn » 2009 Aug 12, 09:34

Jaxinho wrote:
PMC wrote:isn't Club America mexican aka north america?



Mexico is in central America but they still consider as Latin Americans. As u know they playing even in Copa Libertadores. North America is just USA & Canada.

Wrong. Mexico is considered as North America.

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Aug 12, 09:37

Shini Kahn wrote:
Jaxinho wrote:
PMC wrote:isn't Club America mexican aka north america?



Mexico is in central America but they still consider as Latin Americans. As u know they playing even in Copa Libertadores. North America is just USA & Canada.

Wrong. Mexico is considered as North America.

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Aug 12, 13:16

Shini Kahn wrote:
Jaxinho wrote:
PMC wrote:isn't Club America mexican aka north america?



Mexico is in central America but they still consider as Latin Americans. As u know they playing even in Copa Libertadores. North America is just USA & Canada.

Wrong. Mexico is considered as North America.


Nope its Central America and playing for CONCACAF(North America,Central America and The Caribbeans) but the people are still consider as Latinos thats why Mexican teams can play in Copa Libertadores!

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Aug 12, 13:18

jmg721 wrote:
Shini Kahn wrote:
Jaxinho wrote:
PMC wrote:isn't Club America mexican aka north america?



Mexico is in central America but they still consider as Latin Americans. As u know they playing even in Copa Libertadores. North America is just USA & Canada.

Wrong. Mexico is considered as North America.

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Postby Shini Kahn » 2009 Aug 12, 14:19

What does being from Central or North America has to do with playing Libertadores? Australia plays against Asian teams in the qualification process, and that doesn't mean that its considered from Asia.

In fact, according to Wiki, The Carribean, is also Considered as NA, making a total of 23 countries, but maybe you dont trust it, and I wont waste my time, so believe it if you want to, or not. ;)

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Re: Pavel PARDO, Club América

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Aug 12, 18:25

Jaxinho wrote:
jmg721 wrote:
Shini Kahn wrote:
Jaxinho wrote:
PMC wrote:isn't Club America mexican aka north america?



Mexico is in central America but they still consider as Latin Americans. As u know they playing even in Copa Libertadores. North America is just USA & Canada.

Wrong. Mexico is considered as North America.

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Seriously you are being retarded :lol: I live in North America and GUARENTEE that we have only 3 countries in our Continent. Canada, USA, Mexico. This isn't an opinion....THIS IS A FACT!! I am 100% You're approach to this topic makes it clear why you have the quality stats approach you have :roll:

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Aug 12, 19:24

Shini Kahn wrote:What does being from Central or North America has to do with playing Libertadores? Australia plays against Asian teams in the qualification process, and that doesn't mean that its considered from Asia.

In fact, according to Wiki, The Carribean, is also Considered as NA, making a total of 23 countries, but maybe you dont trust it, and I wont waste my time, so believe it if you want to, or not. ;)



Facts is mostly Caribbean countries are more into USA since they english speaking even Guyana since they are in South America they not feeling South American and thats why they playing for CONCACAF.

But almost in all spanish speaking countries in that area are consider as Latinos as they feeling so as well.

Thats why i cant understand why Costa Rican or Hondurian teams are not playing in Copa Libertadores but may cause they not strong like Mexican clubs.

But 1 thing is sure Mexican teams looking much better in CONMEBOL.


But from geography is surely Mexico and the other countries that area in Central America. Since in North America is 1-2 countries only it makes sense to put them together.

The same with Australia. That huge continent population is just around 13 million and u cant expect to make them own champions league. SO it makes sense that they join together with the Asian teams.

This issue is surely a bit hard.


But in end effect is Mexico in Central America and their are Latinos. Canadians can go to USA easily as Americans do Canada but Mexicans are hardly allowed to join to North America. It is really nonsense to call Mexicans as North Americans even if they just down under from North America. But its true hat they playing for CONCACAF.

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Aug 12, 19:27

@ jmg721

Say what? Seriously what u Americans now about geography and culture? Fast food all day.

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby tamaguchi_japa » 2009 Aug 12, 20:13

seriosly man, what are you trying to say? Mexico is in NA, just search in any map or in google, just put Central America or North America. dont matter if mexican clubs play in Libertadores or in Concacaf.

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby lucas2491 » 2009 Aug 12, 20:20

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/América_del_Norte
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/América_Central

Mexico is in North América :)

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Aug 13, 01:26

This is North America ;

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Its just about Alaska,Canada,US America.

In some maps is also Mexico included but they are still more in central America then north.

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Re: Pavel PARDO

Postby Jaxinho » 2009 Aug 13, 01:36

tamaguchi_japa wrote:seriosly man, what are you trying to say? Mexico is in NA, just search in any map or in google, just put Central America or North America. dont matter if mexican clubs play in Libertadores or in Concacaf.


They still more Latinos then North Americans or Caribbeans. So Mexicans fixing very well in CONCACAF competion without doubt. Was a shame last year how they banned from Copa Libertadores.

Israel is also from geography betwenn Asia(middle east) and North Africa but they still counting in UEFA since they more Europeans.

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