Christian Gimenez (1981)
Christian "El Chaco" Gimenez is an Argentine football (soccer) player who currently plays for Cruz Azul in Mexico's professional league, the Mexican First Division. Labeled an offensive midfielder, Gimenez is one of many talented players to be exported from Boca Juniors.
From a very early age, Christian was playing football in a competitive environment. In 1989, he was signed by scouts working for Boca Juniors and was immediately enrolled in the team's youth squad. Almost a decade later, Gimenez debuted in the professional Argentine league with Boca Juniors and quickly enjoyed success, being part of the teams that won the Apertura '98, Clausura '99 and Apertura 2002 championships for the Xeneizes, as well as two international titles, the Copa Libertadores of 2000 and 2001.
In 2003, Christian split time at Independiente and Union and later returned to Independiente for the first half of the 2004 season. Then Gimenez migrated to Mexico, as he was transferred to Veracruz.
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