Javier de Pedro, one of the best lefties in the history of Spanish football
Javier de Pedro is one of those great Spanish footballers perhaps forgotten by new generations. A thin zurda able to put the ball where put the eye, It was one of the best lefties Spanish football between late 90 and early XXI century. Myth of the Royal Society, He spent virtually his entire career at the San Sebastian team although past the 30 he decided to try his luck in various European teams like Blackburn English, and Perugia Italian, Sweden's Goteborg and Greek Ergotelis although none reached anywhere near the level and the relevance it had in San Sebastián. He also had a passage by the Burgos where he finished his career as a professional.
Born in 1973, La Rioja left many details of quality during their stay in the first team of Real Sociedad which lasted 11 years. He debuted in 1993 and he left in 2004. However we can say that his best as a player was from 1999 a 2003 when he and the Real, They yielded at high level. During that time he played for Jose Antonio Camacho who took him to the World Cup in Korea and Japan 2002 and one of the pillars of that Real Sociedad that grazed the League and was runner-up in the season 2002/03 when the Spanish football even gave options to other computers that are not always to do something great. Juice 12 Spain appearances and scored 2 goals.
After leaving the realistic discipline his career went downhill without brakes. As we mentioned before, in 2004 he left the team to play England in the ranks of Blackburn Rovers where his step was irrelevant and passed quickly and almost at a stroke by Italy, Sweden and Greece to end in Burgos where his career was over long ago and one step Canarian preferred in the ranks of Vera. Basically he gave the best years of football at Real Sociedad where despite having good deals did not come out until and past the 30 when his career was beginning to wane. But his left foot like a glove, their measured centers,its quality football and its devastating shots are something that we do not forget Colgados.