Is Pablo AIMAR making a sensational comeback?
Well according to several reports, AIMAR will come out of retirement and is set play for his boyhood club Estudiante de Rio Cuarto. The club which plays in the Torneo Argentino B (which is equivalent to the 3rd Division) has already included El Payaso in their Copa Argentina’s squad.
It was at this club where AIMAR made his career debut as a 16 year old against Columbus on 11th of August 1996 before joining River Plate. He later went on to embark on a successfully club career in Europe playing for the likes Valencia (with whom he won two La Liga title and a UEFA Cup medal), Real Zaragoza and Benfica followed by a surprise short spell with Malaysian side Johor Darul Ta’zim.
After missing out for more almost a year from professional football, he did return back River in January, 2015 but with persistent injury he announced his retirement on July 2015.
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Pablo Aimar for NT.
Why, Why not?
When Tevez and Demechellis are being selected… why not Pablo Aimar?
I love him, you love him… Messi loves him the most… so why not?
Pablo Piatti scored yet again. Wonder what more he has to do to be called up by Bauza
Bauza has not heard of him ever is what the reports say.
Bauza knows only Fat Pratto, Faut Higuain, Frat Tevez.
What a dummbo of a coach, isn’t he?
btw which jackass selected armando perez to lead AFA… all are same from top to bottom
Veron should have taken over AFA or the gem Zanetti.
True. such a travesty that players like piatti,perotti and icardi are yet to be called up ( although im fully aware that the latter was called once for namesake )
awesome but don’t laugh to much as bozo will call him up 🙂
First Veron, now Aimar 🙂 Next thing you know Batistusta is going un-retire 😀
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