Miguel Sabah Rodríguez (born November 14, 1979) is a retired Mexican football striker. Throughout his career Sabah played with Guadalajara, Cruz Azul, Monarcas Morelia, and Club León. Sabah made his debut in the Invierno 2000 with Guadalajara entering in the 46th minute. Sabah played five years with Guadalajara until transferring to Cruz Azul in the Apertura 2006. Sabah was transferred to Morelia in the Clausura 2009, where he was the best Mexico-born goalscorer of the season with 11 goals. Sabah made 17 appearances for the Mexico national team and was the top scorer of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

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  • Miguel Sabah Rodríguez (born November 14, 1979) is a retired Mexican football striker. Throughout his career Sabah played with Guadalajara, Cruz Azul, Monarcas Morelia, and Club León. Sabah made his debut in the Invierno 2000 with Guadalajara entering in the 46th minute. Sabah played five years with Guadalajara until transferring to Cruz Azul in the Apertura 2006. Sabah was transferred to Morelia in the Clausura 2009, where he was the best Mexico-born goalscorer of the season with 11 goals. Sabah made 17 appearances for the Mexico national team and was the top scorer of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. (en)
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  • Miguel Sabah Rodríguez (born November 14, 1979) is a retired Mexican football striker. Throughout his career Sabah played with Guadalajara, Cruz Azul, Monarcas Morelia, and Club León. Sabah made his debut in the Invierno 2000 with Guadalajara entering in the 46th minute. Sabah played five years with Guadalajara until transferring to Cruz Azul in the Apertura 2006. Sabah was transferred to Morelia in the Clausura 2009, where he was the best Mexico-born goalscorer of the season with 11 goals. Sabah made 17 appearances for the Mexico national team and was the top scorer of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. (en)
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