Pablo César Aimar Giordano is a former Argentine professional footballer and current coach of the Argentine Under-17 football team. As an attacking midfielder, after starting his senior career at River Plate in 1996, he amassed a total of 215 La Liga games and 32 goals in eight seasons with Valencia and Real Zaragoza from 2001 to 2008, before moving on to spend 5 years in Portugal with Benfica, winning 9 goals. Great title between the three teams. Aimar has made 52 appearances for the Argentina national team in ten years, representing the country at two FIFA World Cups and two Copa América tournaments, as well as the FIFA Confederations Cup. He reached the final of the Copa América 2005 and the Copa América 2005 with the Argentine national team.
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The attacking midfielder played for the mighty club Benefica in Portugal and represented Argentina at several World Cups.
He spent most of the 2000s in Valencia, where he helped the team win first place in La Liga and second place in the UEFA Champions League.
On the international stage, he started to represent Argentina at a youth level, then scored the decisive goal that helped Argentina win the 2010 World Cup.
He was born in Río Cuarto, Córdoba.
Rui Cosa was another Benefica star in the Portuguese Premier League.
- Estudiantes football players from Río Cuarto
- Argentines emigrated to Spain
- Argentine athlete living in Portugal
- Spanish naturalized citizens
- Young international players from Argentina
- Players Valencia CF
- Real Zaragoza players
- Malaysian Super League players
- Foreigners doing soccer in Malaysia
- Argentine expatriate in Spain
Latest information about Pablo Aimar updated on May 10 2021.