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Gabriel Caballero Personal information Full name Gabriel Esteban Caballero Schiker Date of birth February 5, 1971 (1971-02-05) (age 39) Place of birth    Santa Fe, Argentina Height 1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in) Playing position Midfielder, Forward Club information Current club Pachuca (Assistant coach) Senior career1 Years Club App (Gls)* 1989–1994 1994–1995 1995–1998 1998–2002 2002–2003 2003–2004 2004–2005 2005–2009 Central Córdoba Antofagasta Santos Laguna Pachuca Atlas Pachuca Puebla Pachuca 099 (16) 058 (22) 093 (27) 154 (28) 040 0(6) 046 0(5) 033 0(3) 151 (22)    National team2 2002 Mexico 008 0(0) Teams managed 2010– Pachuca (Assistant coach) 1 Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 25 November 2009. 2 National team caps and goals correct as of August 17, 2007. * Appearances (Goals) Gabriel Esteban Caballero Schiker (born 5 February 1971 in Santa Fe, Argentina) is a naturalized Mexican footballer midfielder, who last played for Pachuca in the Mexican First Division and is now the assistant coach of C.F. Pachuca. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Career 1.2 International career 1.3 Managing career 1.4 Club Honours 2 References 3 External links // Biography Caballero was born in Santa Fe, the capital city of the Argentine province homonym. Career Caballero started playing in his native Argentina's Central Córdoba in 1989, and in 1993 he transferred to Chilean Antofagasta. In 1995 he arrived in Mexico, and has played for Mexican teams such as Santos Laguna, Pachuca, Atlas and Puebla, winning 6 championships (Santos Laguna, Pachuca), most recently with Pachuca on May 27, 2007. He announced his retirement on November 18, 2009. International career Caballero became a naturalized Mexican on December 11, 2001, and was later recruited to the national team, with whom he had the chance to play in his first World Cup in 2002, held in Korea/Japan. Managing career After his retirement announced his new job as Assistant coach from his last club Pachuca[1]. Club Honours Antofagasta Primera División Chilena - Top Scorer 1995 Santos Laguna Mexican Championship - Winter 1996 Mexican Championship - Top Scorer Winter 1996 C.F. Pachuca Mexican Championship - Winter 1999, Winter 2001, Apertura 2003, Clausura 2006, Clausura 2007 CONCACAF Champions' Cup 2007, 2008 Copa Nissan Sudamericana: 2006 North American SuperLiga: 2007 References ^ Gabriel Caballero hört auf External links Profile at Guardian stats centre (Spanish) Profile v • d • e Primera División de Chile Top Scorers  1970: Castro  •  1971: Zarate  •  1972: Espinoza  •  1973: Yavar  •  1974: Crisosto  •  1975: Pizarro  •  1976: Fabbiani  •  1977: Fabbiani  •  1978: Fabbiani  •  1979: Caszely  •  1980: Caszely  •  1981: Caszely / Cabrera / Marcoleta  •  1982: Siviero  •  1983: Oliveira  •  1984: Cabrera  •  1985: Basay  •  1986: Salgado  •  1987: Hurtado  •  1988: De Luca / Oré  •  1989: Martínez  •  1990: Martínez  •  1991: Martínez  •  1992: González  •  1993: Figueroa  •  1994: Acosta  •  1995: Caballero / González  •  1996: Véner  •  1997-A: Bisconti  •  1997-C: Báez / Vallejos  •  1998: González  •  1999: Núñez  •  2000: González  •  2001: Tapia  •  2002-A: González  •  2002-C: Neira  •  2003-A: Cabañas  •  2003-C: Biscayzacú  •  2004-A: Galaz  •  2004-C: Galaz  •  2005-A: Estay / Mancilla / Sarabia  •  2005-C: Díaz / Fierro / Montecinos  •  2006-A: Suazo  •  2006-C: Monje  •  2007-A: Suazo  •  2007-C: Villanueva  •  2008-A: Barrios  •  2008-C: Barrios  •  2009-A: Paredes  •  2009-C: Rivarola v • d • e Primera División de México top scorers 1944: Lángara | 1945: Aballay | 1946: Lángara | 1947: López | 1948: López | 1949: López | 1950: Ayllón | 1951: Casarín | 1952: López | 1953: Quiñones | 1954: Guerra/López/Palacio | 1955: Palacio | 1956: H. Hernández | 1957: Gutiérrez | 1958: Lara | 1959: González | 1960: Rolando | 1961: Lara/Reyes | 1963: Epaminondas | 1964: Etcheverry | 1965: Epaminondas | 1966: Zague | 1967: Epaminondas | 1968: B. Hernández | 1969: Estrada | 1970: Pereda | México '70: Anaya | 1971: Borja | 1972: Borja | 1973: Borja | 1974: Castro | 1975: Salgado | 1976: Cabinho | 1977: Cabinho | 1978: Cabinho | 1979: Cabinho/Sánchez | 1980: Cabinho | 1981: Cabinho | 1982: Cabinho | 1983: Outes | 1984: Outes | 1985: Cabinho | PRODE 85: Lira | México 1986: Cruz | 1987: Salazar | 1988: Flores | 1989: Lira | 1990: Comas | 1991: García | 1992: García | 1993: Basay | 1994: Hermosillo | 1995: Hermosillo | 1996: Hermosillo | Invierno 1996: Muñoz | Verano 1997: Caballero/Sáez | Invierno 1997: García | Verano 1998: Cardozo | Invierno 1998: Blanco | Verano 1999: Cardozo | Invierno 1999: Olalde | Verano 2000: Bejines/Delgado/Abreu | Invierno 2000: Borgetti | Verano 2001: Borgetti | Invierno 2001: Rodríguez | Verano 2002: Abreu | Apertura 2002: Cardozo | Clausura 2003: Cardozo | Apertura 2003: Rey | Clausura 2004: Marioni/Silvera | Apertura 2004: Franco | Clausura 2005: Vuoso | Apertura 2005: Abreu/Gaitán/Kléber/Vuoso | Clausura 2006: Abreu/Cabañas | Apertura 2006: Marioni | Clausura 2007: Bravo | Apertura 2007: Moreno | Clausura 2008: Suazo | Apertura 2008: Mancilla | Clausura 2009: Mancilla | Apertura 2009: Villa | Bicentenario 2010: Fano/Gomez/J. Hernández | Apertura 2010: Benítez v • d • e Mexico squad – 2002 FIFA World Cup 1 Pérez • 2 de Anda • 3 García • 4 Márquez (c) • 5 Vidrio • 6 Torrado • 7 Morales • 8 García Aspe • 9 Borgetti • 10 Blanco • 11 Luna • 12 Sánchez • 13 Mercado • 14 Villa • 15 Hernández • 16 Carmona • 17 Palencia • 18 J. Rodríguez • 19 Caballero • 20 Brown • 21 Arellano • 22 A. Rodríguez • 23 Campos • Coach: Aguirre v • d • e C.F. Pachuca – current squad 1 Calero · 2 López · 3 Santillán · 4 Pérez · 6 Vidal · 7 Brambila · 9 Gómez · 10 Benítez · 11 Luna · 12 Rojas · 13 Mañon · 14 Arreola · 15 Montes · 16 Rodríguez · 18 Torres · 19 Cvitanich · 21 Manso · 22 Aguilar · 23 Velázquez · 24 Martínez · 25 Arizala · 26 Muñoz · 27 Peña · 28 Herrera · 30 Cota · Manager: Marini Persondata Name Caballero, Gabriel Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1971-02-05 Place of birth Santa Fe, Argentina Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to Mexican Association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e