He also played for the Mexico national team on 60 occasions, scoring 29 goals and being an important player in the 1986 World Cup held by Mexico, in which his team managed to equal the quarter-final performance obtained initially in 1970. Hugo Sanchez is currently the manager and coach of the Mexican national squad. Famous Mexican Soccer Players Jared BorgettiBorgetti was of Italian and Mexican descent and as a striker, he combined the flair and power of Italian soccer with the passion and inventively of Mexican soccer. Although he is still an active soccer player at age 34, he spent most of his time playing in the Mexican league, with 7 years for Santos Laguna, a period of time in which he managed to score close to 200 goals in 300 matches.
But Borgettis goalscoring run doesnt stop here, as he has also managed to come on top of the Mexican national sides all time score sheet, with 43 goals in 87 matches. Currently, Borgetti is playing for Cruz Azul and although he decided to retire from the Mexican national side for the upcoming World Cup, he stated that he would love to play for his country one last time, during the CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament. Famous Mexican Soccer Players Claudio SuarezUnlike many other Mexican soccer players that get to celebrate New Years with a completely new club on their payroll, Claudio Suarez has only gone through 4 teams throughout his entire career: UNAM Pumas (1989-1996), Chivas de Guadalajara (1996-1999), UANL Tigres (1999-2005) and Chivas USA (2006).
He made a strong impression for all of these clubs and many consider him one of the best Mexican defenders to have played for his country. Although an extraordinary defender is currently contesting this title away from Claudio Suarez, namely Rafael Marquez of Barcelona, theres one title that will hardly be touched by anyone for a long time: Claudio Suarez currently holds the record for international caps with the Mexican national team, with an amazing 178 appearances. Famous Mexican Soccer Players Rafael MarquezRafael Marquez is probably the best-known Mexican soccer player of today, being one of the most important members of Spanish side FC Barcelona. Marquez ability to play as a central or right defender as well as a defensive midfielder earned him the aura of a handyman, being able to play wherever his coach would need him the most.
However, Marquez has recently steadied down as a central defender, playing on this position for the Mexican national side as well as for FC Barcelona in the last years. Age 28, Rafael Marquez is the captain of the Mexican national squad and is already being considered one of the best players in the countrys history, next to legendary names such as Hugo Sanchez or Claudio Suarez. When it comes to dart games, there are lots to choose from. 501 and its little brother 301 are probably the most played games along with cricket. There are different rule variations for these games as well, depending where you are in the world. One of the variations for cricket is extended cricket or Moose as its sometimes called where you have to get a treble, a double and 3 in a bed as well as the normal 20 thru 15 and the bull.
301This is basically a shorter version of 501, the difference being, most local rules dictate that you must start your scoring with a double as well as finish on a double. These are just the basic dart games, as I've indicated there are lots more, but if you know these universal games you will be able to play darts with someone wherever you are in the world. MOTIVATIONATHLETE WHISPERER: Your backgroundhow old were you when you got involved in the sport seriously? What was your goal? Where did it lead you?PER: I had no real goals at the beginning, just a burning desire to learn how to skate and do new tricks. At first, it lead me from the suburbs of Stockholm, Sweden, to the center of the city where there were skate shops and occasional demos by U. S. pros like Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta.
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