Gerardo Torrado is a Mexican defensive midfielder. He was born on 30 April 1979 in Mexico City. Torrado is known for his rough play, uncompromising nature, fearlessness and willingness to contend with any rival.
In 1997 Gerardo began his senior career with Pumas de la UNAM. In 2000 the midfielder was offered to join Spanish club Tenerife. Despite Torrado’s solid performance, the footballer often changed his clubs. After a year with Tenerife he featured for Poli Ejido, Sevilla and Racing Santander. When Torrado was part of Sevilla, he suffered a serious injury which didn’t allow the footballer to establish himself within the squad.
In 2005 the midfielder returned to Mexico where he penned an agreement with Cruz Azul. It was a good decision because soon Torrado became the captain and the leader of the team.
Since 1999 Gerardo Torrado has gained more than 140 caps for the Mexico national football team. The midfielder participated in three FIFA World Cups.
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