Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata.

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  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
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Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Bray Lakers. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano the best footballer of all time with the Argentina National Team (en)
  • Javier Mascherano the best footballer of all time Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who last played for atltici mineiro before announcing his retirement on11-15-2020 Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentinian professional footballer who last played for Estudiantes de La Plata before announcing his retirement in 2020. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) was an Argentinian professional footballer who last played for Estudiantes de La Plata before announcing his retirement in November 2020. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentinian retired professional footballer who last played for Estudiantes de La Plata before announcing his retirement in November 2020. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine retired professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine retired professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back.Widely considered to be one of the best players of his generation and one of the greatest midfielders of all time. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine retired professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since Hungarian defender Dezső Novák in 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the most capped player in the country's history. From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since Hungarian defender Dezső Novák in 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the joint most capped player in the country's history (alongside Lionel Messi). From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since Hungarian defender Dezső Novák in 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the second most capped player in the country's history (after Lionel Messi). From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since Hungarian defender Dezső Novák in 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Regarded as one of the best player of his generation. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he changed his position of defensive midfielder to full central defender. With Barcelona, he won five La Liga championships, two UEFA Champions League titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups, among other honours. Mascherano made 147 appearances for the Argentina national team and is the second most capped player in the country's history (after Lionel Messi). From his debut in 2003 until his retirement in 2018, he represented the nation at five Copa América tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2004, 2007, 2015, and 2016, and four FIFA World Cups, reaching the 2014 final. He twice won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics, in 2004 and 2008, becoming the first male footballer to achieve this double feat since Hungarian defender Dezső Novák in 1968. Between 2008 and 2011, Mascherano served as the captain of Argentina. (en)
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  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. (en)
  • {{Infobox football biography| name = Javier Mascherano| image = Javier Mascherano 2018.jpg| image_size = | caption = Mascherano with Argentina at the 2018 FIFA World Cup| fullname = Javier Alejandro Mascherano| birth_date = 8 June 1984| birth_place = [[San Lorenzo, Saww.premierleague.com/players/3136/Javier-Mascherano/overview |title=Javier Mascherano: Overview |publisher=Premier League |accessdate=25 December 2019}}</ref>| position = Centre-back / Defensive midfielder| currentclub = Estudiantes de La Plata| clubnumber = 27| youthyears1 = 1999–2003| youthclubs1 = River Plate| years1 = 2003–2005| clubs1 = River Plate| caps1 = 46| goals1 = 0| years2 = 2005–2006| clubs2 = Corinthians| caps2 = 17| goals2 = 0| years3 = 2006–2007| clubs3 = West Ham United| caps3 = 5| goals3 = 0| years4 = 2007–20 (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. Mascherano the best footballer of all time with the Argentina National Team (en)
  • Javier Mascherano the best footballer of all time Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Argentine Primera División club Estudiantes de La Plata. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who last played for atltici mineiro before announcing his retirement on11-15-2020 (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentinian professional footballer who last played for Estudiantes de La Plata before announcing his retirement in 2020. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) was an Argentinian professional footballer who last played for Estudiantes de La Plata before announcing his retirement in November 2020. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentinian retired professional footballer who last played for Estudiantes de La Plata before announcing his retirement in November 2020. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine retired professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈβjeɾ mastʃeˈɾano], locally [matʃeˈɾano], Italian: [maskeˈrano]; born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine retired professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back.Widely considered to be one of the best players of his generation and one of the greatest midfielders of all time. (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liverpool, Mascherano joined Barcelona in 2010, where he ch (en)
  • Javier Alejandro Mascherano (born 8 June 1984) is an Argentine former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder or centre-back. Regarded as one of the best player of his generation. Mascherano began his career at River Plate, where he earned his first senior honours, the Argentine Primera División, in 2003–04. He moved to Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005, winning the Brazilian Série A in his first season. Mascherano then moved to Europe, signing for Premier League side West Ham United, but his brief time at the club was blighted by unusual contract terms with Global Soccer Agencies. At the beginning of 2007, he joined Liverpool on loan, reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League, before he signed with the club for £18.7 million. After three years playing for Liver (en)
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