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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Pablo_AimarPablo Aimar - Wikipedia

    Pablo César Aimar Giordano (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpaβlo ajˈmaɾ]; born 3 November 1979) is an Argentine former professional footballer and current coach of the Argentina national under-17 football team. Aimar played as an attacking midfielder.

    • 3 November 1979 (age 42)
    • 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
    • Pablo César Aimar Giordano
    • Río Cuarto, Argentina
  2. www.imdb.com › name › nm2217476Pablo Aimar - IMDb

    Pablo Aimar was born on November 3, 1979 in Río Cuarto, Córdoba, Argentina. He is an actor, known for Todo x 2 pesos (1999), Radio Mitre (2003) and Videomatch (1990). He has been married to Ana Belén Ordoñez since August 2001.

    • Actor
    • November 3, 1979
    • Pablo Aimar
  3. Pablo Aimar former footballer from Argentina Attacking Midfield last club: Club Atlético River Plate * Nov 3, 1979 in Río Cuarto, Argentina

    • Argentina
    • Nov 3, 1979
    • 41
    • Pablo César Aimar Giordano
  4. Pablo César Aimar Giordano (Río Cuarto, Córdoba, Argentina; 3 de noviembre de 1979) es un exfutbolista y actual entrenador argentino. Dirige a la Selección Argentina Sub-17 y es parte del Cuerpo Técnico en la que es Entrenador Asistente de la Selección Mayor.

    • Pablo César Aimar Giordano
    • Argentino
  5. Jun 22, 2001 · Pablo Aimar (1-0-0) is a Amateur MMA Fighter out of Imperatriz, Maranhao, Brazil. View complete Tapology profile, bio, rankings, photos, news and record.

  6. Nov 16, 2021 · Aimar made his name during a successful spell at Buenos Aires giants River Plate, before interest from Europe predictably arrived and led to a big-money move to Spain. The midfielder became Valencia’s record signing after a £13m move to the Mestalla in 2001, where he instantly became the side’s creative catalyst and integral figure during an era of huge success.

  7. Nov 03, 2021 · The life of Pablo. Yet it was Aimar, who played in Europe for 12 years, who more efficiently converted his performances into European silverware.

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    • Benedict O'Neill
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