Andrés Pato Bernal - Andrés Pato Bernal
|Full name||Andrés Pato Bernal|
|Birth|| Cádiz , Andalusia |
, May 27, 1980 (40 years)
|Sports debut|| 1998 |
|Part.||U17 and U18|
Although born in Cádiz, Andrés Pato has lived and currently resides in Puerto Real (Cádiz).
His football career began at the La Salle Sports Club in Puerto Real in the Children's category. Later he played in the Cadet and Youth categories where he alternated in the latter with the Puerto Real Club de Fútbol that was active in the Third Division. During this stage he was called up on several occasions during 1997 by the Andalusian soccer team and later in 1997 and 1998 by the Spanish soccer team in the Under-17 category.
In the 1998-99 season, he was hired by the Atlético de Madrid subsidiary , although he gave it up and made his debut with the Real Ávila Club de Fútbol that was active in the Third Division of the Spanish League, obtaining that same year his promotion to Second Division B.
In the 1999-2000 season, he was signed by Levante Unión Deportiva , participating in few matches, which led to his transfer in January to Xerez Club Deportivo de Segunda División B and subsequent purchase at the end of the season by this club. With Xerez, CD plays all the matches meritoriously and the team is promoted to Second Division.
He has always stood out for his impressive speed and vertical play. Racing play was his specialty and acceleration was one of his qualities as an athlete.
In the 2000-01 season, Andrés Pato is hired by the Málaga Club de Fútbol of the First Division, making his debut on matchday 37. During his participation, he is sent off in the discount minutes due to a confusion of the referee in the discount minutes when he is sanctioned for a foul made by his teammate Agostinho .
In the 2002-03 season he was transferred to the Córdoba Football Club where he had a great year.
Due to his successful game at Córdoba CF, for the 2003-04 season, Sociedad Deportiva Málaga, CF claims him, lining him up by surprise at Málaga B instead of Málaga, CF
After the above, Andrés Pato decides to spend two seasons of rest to go to play at Puerto Real Club de Fútbol , the team where he began his sporting career.
In the 2008-09 season he decides to retire from football.
|Real Ávila Club de Fútbol (on loan from Atlético de Madrid B)||1998-1999|
|Raise Sports Union||1999-2000|
|Xerez Club Deportivo (on loan from Levante, UD and hired at the end of the season)||1999-2000|
|Málaga Football Club||2000-2002|
|Córdoba Football Club (on loan from Málaga, CF)||2002-2003|
|Temporary withdrawal for personal reasons||2004-2006|
|Puerto Real Football Club||2006- 2009|