Miguel Pardeza

Miguel Pardeza

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Miguel Pardeza Pichardo (born 8 February 1965) is a retired Spanish footballer who played as a forward.

He was part of Real Madrid's generation of footballers known as Quinta del Buitre, but spent the better part of his career at Real Zaragoza. After retiring as a player, he returned to his first club, in directorial capacities.

Pardeza was part of the Spanish squad at the 1990 World Cup in Italy.

Club career

Born in La Palma del Condado, Province of Huelva, Pardeza was a youth system graduate from Real Madrid, making his first-team debuts during the 1983–84 season. After a loan at Real Zaragoza, he returned, helping with 25 games and five goals to the side's 1987 national league conquest.

In 1987–88, Pardeza joined Zaragoza permanently, going on two develop into one of the Aragonese outfit's most prominent players, as an offensive player with skills, vision and netting ability (he scored in double figures in four seasons). During the 1994–95 campaign, he scored 11 La Liga goals, while also helping the club to that season's UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, against Arsenal.

After a quick spell with Mexico's Puebla FC, where he rejoined former Zaragoza teammate Francisco Higuera, Pardeza retired in 1999, aged 34. In June 2002, he became technical director of former side Real Zaragoza. Seven years later, he rejoined first team Real Madrid, in the same capacity, following Florentino Pérez's return as president.

International career

After playing at youth and Olympic level, Pardeza...
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