Rudolph Pizarro he has become a charm of success for the teams he has played for. In total, he has three league titles in three different squads: Pachuca, Chivas and Rayados.
But to get to First division had to overcome a long process of soccer improvement and growth that was led by Gabriel Cabellero, who met him in the sub-17 of the tuzo team.
“I had it in the sub-17, when I stopped being a team assistant I took the Sub 17, and there was a group of players, some others who came to try out, including Pizarro, we made the evaluation. I liked it.
“The scouts already knew him because he had already gone to test and had not stayed. We had a little controversy of interacting between the scouts and the technicians of the inferiors to decide what to do with the definition of the squad for the sub-17. I defended that issue because I saw interesting things about Pizarro,” Caballero told ESPN.
“They told me that he had already been there, that he had nothing different, that he did not have good technique and that was true, but in the end, you work with the player, but sometimes you intuit or have a hunch and the Pizarro thing is It was that way,” he added.
The Argentine recognized that Pizarro did not have a good technique, but that it could be improved. It was thus that he gave the player confidence, which in turn corresponded with goals that made him promote to the sub 20 and, later, to the first team.
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