Javier Garrido is a left back for Lazio. He was born on 15 March 1985 in Irun, Spain.
Javier’s professional career started in 2001 after he signed for Real Sociedad where prior to that he studied and played with the youth squad. At first the club management sent Garrido to the second team to earn experience and prepare for the first team. During 3 years with Real Sociedad B Javier made 44 appearances and scored 1 goal.
After good performance with the second squad the senior coach decided to make Garrido a regular in the starting lineup. Since 2004 the defender was used regularly which resulted in 86 appearances and 1 goal during 3 seasons.
In 2007 Javier moved to England. Manchester City offered Real Sociedad €2.2 million for the Spanish defender and after short talks the clubs agreed on the transfer terms. Javier officially became a player of Manchester City in the summer of 2007. During 3 years with The Citizens Javier was mainly a backup left back but still managed to feature in 49 matches and score 2 goals.
In 2010 Javier Garrido transferred to his current Lazio on a long-term contract. Despite his rich experience in championships and overall good performance for previous titled clubs Javier wasn’t included in the starting lineup. The head coach irregularly uses Garrido as a backup left back.
Javier was one of the players of Spain U-19 squad when the team won the UEFA U-19 Championship in 2004. From 2001 to 2006 Garrido was capped 33 times for Spain U-17 – U-21 teams.
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