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J. Saavedra

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Date fo Birth: March 13, 1973
Place of Birth: Periban Michoacán, México
Nationality:   Mexicana
Playing position:  Midfielder
Debut and Team: November 18, 1996, Toros Neza

Education:

 

2009 Course 1 Technical Director of Soccer

Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico (FEMEXFUT)

2009 Course 2 Technical Director of Soccer

Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico (FEMEXFUT)

2010 Course Training and physical Exhaustion

Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico (FEMEXFUT)

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2014  License C

US Soccer Federation

 

2016  License National Youth Course 

US Soccer Federation

2018  License B

US Soccer Federation

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 ​Saavedra started his career in 1996 with Toros Neza, where he reached a final.

After his successful stint with the Neza Team he was sold to Tigres where he was the undisputed starter 2000, The following year he was transferred to the Monarcas Morelia Team where dispute two finals losing both (2002); He returns with the Tigres Team a year later, and plays his fifth final in the 2003 Apertura Tournament, with his team again in second place.

Moving to Chiapas for a short period in 2006, until finally returning to Tigres in 2007.

Saavedra has been one of the best players even when the team is not playing good at all, Saavedra was bench at the start of the season this year, he didn't start any games until the fifth game and in his comeback game he got 2 assists and one goal defeating the team that has been marked as "the best in mexico" 3-2, since then he has started all games and now he has 4 assists in 4 games which makes him one of the most efficient players in the team and with him, the team has 7 points out of 12 possible, and before that the team only had 1 point out of 15.

On May 2, 2009 Saavedra scored the game-winning goal against Cruz Azul, the goal saved Indios from relegating to the Primera División A.

On May 8, 2010 Javier won a bi-championship with Necaxa and helped it return to Mexico's First Division.

He played for the Mexico national team during the administration of Manuel Lapuente.

 

Saavedra signed with expansion San Antonio Scorpions FC of the North American Soccer League on January 24, 2012. and Retired in January 2015.

Awarded as a Fair Play player since in his long career he never received a red card. 

Name, Title

Sub-Campeón Torneo de Copa Toros - 1996

NezaSub-Campeón Toros Neza - 1997

1996 - 1998

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Name, Title

Campeón Necaxa   

2010

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2010

Name, Title

Campeón Irapuato   - 2011 

Sub-Campeón Irapuato   - 2011

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2011

Name, Title

Apertura  - 2006

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2006

Seleccionado Nacional - 1997-2001

Tercer lugar Copa America Bolivia Campeón -1997

Copa Carlsbeg Cup Hong Kong  - 1999

Eliminatorias Corea – Japón  - 2001-2001

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1997 - 2001

Sub-Campeón Tigres  - 2001

Sub-Campeón Tigres  - 2003  

Copa Toyota Libertadores Tigres  -2005

Campeón de Interliga Tigres  -2005 

 Copa Toyota Libertadores Tigres - 2006 

Campeón de Interliga Tigres  - 2006

Campeón de Superliga Tigres  - 2009

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1998 - 2002

2003 - 2006

2007 - 2009

2010

Name, Title

Sub-Campeón Morelia  -2002

Sub-Campeón Morelia Concacaf  - 2002

Sub-Campeón Morelia  - 2003

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2002-2003

Name, Title

Clausura 2009

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2009

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Campeón Temporada Regular Scorpions

2012

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2012-2013

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