Pereira, Alvaro

* The number of games and goals for a professional club is considered only for various leagues of national championships, adjusted as of July 29, 2016.
** The number of games and goals for a national team in official matches, adjusted as of
for June 14, 2016 .
âàğlvaro Daniel Pereira Barragán (Spanish Álvaro Daniel Pereira Barragán; November 28, 1985, Montevideo) - Uruguayan footballer, left-back midfielder of the Argentinean “Estudiantes” and national team. rent s for the Paraguayan Cerro Porteno.
Content
1 Career
1.1 Club
1.2 Team games
2 Achievements
3 Notes
4 Links
Career
Clubbing
Alvaro Pereira began his career in 2003 at the Miramar Misiones club from Montevideo. A season later, he moved to the Argentinean championship, where he played for Quilmes for two seasons and Argentinos Juniors for one season (where he scored 11 goals in a season, although he is a typical flank “runner”). Natural endurance and performance everywhere allowed Pereira to be a player of the main team, and practically did not miss the matches of her teams.
In the summer of 2008, Pereira acquired the current champion of the CFR for Romania at that time. Together with his first European team, Pereira performed quite successfully in the Champions League 2008/09, and also won the Romanian Cup. At the end of the season, the rights to Pereira were outbid by the much more prestigious and titled FC Porto. The deal amounted to 4.5 million euros.
In 2011, Chelsea showed interest in the player, but the Porto leadership did not want to sell the player: “I was told that they did not want to sell me because they did not want to destroy the team . My agent said that the parties simply could not agree. "[1].
In January 2015, he transferred on loan to the Argentinean Estudiantes [2]
Games for the national team
Pereira made his debut for the national team of Uruguay on November 19 2008 in a duel against France (0: 0). In 2009, Alvaro Pereira became an indispensable player in the foundation of the Uruguayan national team - this year he took part in 10 matches of his team, including games in the qualifying tournament for the 2010 World Cup.
At the 2010 World Cup, Alvaro Pereira was one of the players in the base although in some matches he remained in reserve. The midfielder helped his team reach the semi-finals of the tournament.
The following year, Palito Pereira became one of the best players in the America's Cup, which the Uruguayan national team won for the 15th (record) time [3]. In six games of the Pereira Cup, he scored two goals (both in the group stage). One of them allowed Celeste to draw with the Chilean team, and the other brought victory over Mexico, which ensured the Uruguayans reached the quarterfinals of the tournament. [4]. Achievements
Romanian Cup winner (1): 2008/09
Champion of Portugal (2): 2010/2011, 2011/2012
Winner of the Portuguese Cup (2): 2009/10, 2010/11
Winner of the Super Cup of Portugal (3): 2009, 2010, 2011
League Winner Europe (1): 2010/11
America's Cup Winner (1): 2011
Notes
↑ Alvaro Pereira: I respect the decision of Porto
↑ Alvaro Pereira transferred to Estudiantes.
↑ Uruguay celebrates well into early Monday its record winning 15th Copa Ame rica (English)
↑ Uruguay 1 Mexico 0: Messi and Co await in last eight after Pereira winner (English)
Links
Alvaro Pereira on Wikimedia Commons?
Profile on soccerway.com ( English)
Profile on worldfootball.net
Profile on transfermarkt.com (English)
Statistics on the National Football Teams website (English) • r • o • r
Football club Cerro Porteno (as of February 15, 2016)
1 Silva (c) • 2 R. Cáceres • 3 Valdez • 4 Alonso • 5 L. Cáceres • 6 Torales • 7 Dominguez • 8 Santana • 9 Ortigosa • 10 Diaz Velazquez • 11 Bonet (c) • 12 Alvarez (c) • 13 Mareco • 14 Aquino • 15 H. Rojas • 17 Fabbro • 18 R. Rojas • 19 Beltr en • 20 Estigarribia • 21 Mesa • 23 Cañete • 24 V. Velazquez • 25 Gavilan (c) • 26 Villalba • 27 Gonzalez • 28 Riveros • 29 Vieira • 30 M. Rojas • 36 K. Pereira • M. Cáceres • P. Velazquez • A. Pereira • Coach: Gustavo Morinigo
p • o • p
Uruguayan national team - world championship 2010 - 4th place
1 Muslera (c) • 2 Lugano (c) • 3 Godin • 4 Fusile • 5 Gargano • 6 Victorino • 7 Cavani • 8 Eguren • 9 Suarez • 10 Forlan • 11 A. Pereira • 12 Castillo (c) • 13 Abreu • 14 Lodeiro • 15 Diego Perez • 16 M. Pereira • 17 Arevalo Rios • 18 I. Gonzalez • 19 Scotty • 20 A. Fernandez • 21 S. Hernandez • 22 Cáceres • 23 Silva (v) • coach: Oscar Tabares
p • o • p
Uruguayan national team - America's Cup 2011 - champion
1 Muslera (v) • 2 Lugano (k) • 3 Godin • 4 Coates • 5 Gargano • 6 Victorino • 7 Rodriguez • 8 Eguren • 9 Suarez • 10 Forlan • 11 A. Pereira • 12 Castillo (c) • 13 Abreu • 14 Lodeiro • 15 Diego Perez • 16 M. Pereira • 17 Arevalo Rios • 18 Hernandez • 19 Scotty • 20 Gonzalez • 21 Cavani • 22 Cáceres • 23 Silva (v) • coach: Oscar Tabares
p • o • p
Uruguay National Team - Confederations Cup 2013 - 4th place
1 Muslera (v) • 2 Lugano • 3 Godin • 4 Coates 5 Gargano • 6 Hernandez • 7 Rodriguez • 8 Eguren • 9 Suarez • 10 Forlan • 11 A. Pereira • 12 Castillo (c) • 13 Agirregaray • 14 Lodeiro • 15 Perez • 16 M. Pereira • 17 Arevalo Rios • 18 Ramirez • 19 Scotty • 20 González • 21 Cavani • 22 Cáceres • 23 Silva (v) • coach: Oscar Tabares
p • o • p
Uruguayan national team 2014 World Cup 1 1 Muslera (v) • 2 Lugano (k) • 3 Godin • 4 Fusile • 5 Gargano • 6 A. Pereira • 7 K. Rodriguez • 8 Hernandez • 9 Suarez • 10 Forlan • 11 Stuani • 12 Muñoz (c) • 13 Jimenez • 14 Lodeiro • 15 Diego Perez • 16 M. Pereira • 17 Arevalo Rios • 18 G. Ramirez • 19 Coates • 20 A. González • 21 Cavani • 22 Cáceres • 23 M. Silva (c) • coach: Oscar Tabares
p • o • p
Uruguay National Cup 2015 America 1 Muslera ( c) • 2 Jimenez • 3 Godin (f) • 4 Fusile • 5 Sanchez • 6 A. Pereira • 7 C. Rodriguez • 8 Hernandez • 9 Roland • 10 De Arrascaeta • 11 Stuani • 12 Munoz (c) • 13 G. Silva • 14 Lodeiro • 15 G. Pereira • 16 M. Pereira • 17 Arevalo Rios • 18 Corujo • 19 Coates • 20 Gonzalez • 21 Cavani • 22 D. Rodriguez • 23 M. Silva (c) • coach: Oscar Tabares
p • o • p
Uruguayan national team - America's Cup 2016
1 Muslera (v) • 2 Jimenez • 3 Go in (k) • 4 Fusile • 5 Sanchez • 6 A. Pereira • 7 Laxalt • 8 Hernandez • 9 Suarez • 10 Ramirez • 11 Stuani • 12 Campagna (c) • 13 Victorino • 14 Lodeiro • 15 Vesino • 16 M. Pereira • 17 Arevalo Rios • 18 Corujo • 19 G. Silva • 20 Gonzalez • 21 Cavani • 22 Roland • 23 M. Silva (c) • coach: Oscar Tabares


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