Javier de Pedro

Javier De Pedro

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Francisco Javier 'Javi' de Pedro Falque (born 4 August 1973 in Logroño, La Rioja) is a retired Spanish footballer.

He played as a left midfielder, mainly with Real Sociedad, and possessed a thunderous left-foot shot. He also played professionally in four other countries, with no impact whatsoever.

De Pedro represented Spain at the 2002 World Cup.

Club career

A product of Real Sociedad's youth system, de Pedro first appeared with the main squad on 7 November 1993, subbing in in a 1–3 home defeat against UE Lleida. Subsequently, he became an essential element with the La Liga side, creating opportunities and scoring alike. In the 2002–03 season, he contributed with 29 games and three goals as the Basque finished in second position, trailing eventual champions Real Madrid by only two points.

De Pedro joined Blackburn Rovers in mid-June 2004, after he had been refused a move to Southampton the previous year, playing out undetermined the remaining season of his contract. He made his debut for the club on 14 August, a 1–1 Premier League home draw against West Bromwich Albion, before being substituted by Tugay Kerimoğlu for the second half of the match.; BBC Sport, 14 August 2004

On 31 January 2005, in the last day of the season's winter transfer window, de Pedro was released by Blackburn on a free transfer and signed for Perugia Calcio, where he played...
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