Natalia Pablos

Forward, Football player

1985 –

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Who is Natalia Pablos?

Natalia Teresa Pablos Sanchón is a Spanish football forward. Until 2013 she was the captain of Rayo Vallecano women's team, where she had played since the club's foundation in 2000. With Rayo Natalia won three Leagues and one national Cup. She was the top scorer of the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons with 24 and 29 goals respectively. She scored over 300 goals for Rayo in her career, including almost 200 league goals.

She won the 2004 U–19 Euro and was briefly a senior international in a 2007 World Cup qualifier against Finland and then the first two matches of 2009 Euro qualifying. She subsequently renounced for personal reasons.

In 2013 she joined compatriot Laura del Río at Bristol Academy in the English FA WSL. Bristol manager Mark Sampson called Natalia a female version of Swansea City's Spanish striker Michu.

Natalia's goalscoring in England during the first half of the WSL season saw her recalled to the national squad. Coach Ignacio Quereda included her in the 40-player pre-selection for UEFA Women's Euro 2013.

Her name has been usually misspelled as Natalia de Pablos.

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Born
Oct 15, 1985
Madrid
Nationality
  • Spain
Lived in
  • Madrid

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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