Adrián Paz

Football, Football player

1968 –

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Who is Adrián Paz?

Adrián Paz is a professional footballer who, playing intermittently for Ipswich Town during the 1994–95 season the transfer was done by his FIFA agent Marcelo Houseman together with another player Mauricio Taricco. He became the first Uruguayan to play in the English Premier League. In January 1996, Major League Soccer began allocating players to its newly established teams. Paz was sent to the Columbus Crew where he played 27 games. On February 1, 1997, the Crew sent Paz to the Colorado Rapids in exchange for the first-round selection in the 1997 MLS Supplemental Draft. he spent two seasons in Colorado before moving to Tianjin Teda in 1999. During the time in Tianjin, he suffered serious injury at the first game against Shanghai Shenhua, after Shanghai's defender Xin Feng made tackle on both of his legs. He had been rest until the end of 1999. He joined Bella Vista again in 2000, then went back to China for the third time, joined Qingdao Etsong. He retired from football afterward.

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Born
Sep 9, 1968
Montevideo
Nationality
  • Uruguay
Profession
Lived in
  • Montevideo

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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