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Name Rodolfo Pizarro
Gender Male
Ethnic Mexican
Job Mexican Footballer
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Org Mexico National Team
Club as Player Inter Miami

2020 02 15 Retrieve

[Pizarro has made his intentions known, saying that he sees MLS as a better stepping stone to Europe than Liga MX] I think it’s a bit closer, being there first and then later [in Europe]. It’s a lot easier from there [in MLS] to Europe. [Beckham] spoke to me on video-calls, he told me that he wanted me to come, and from when I spoke to him on the calls it influenced my decision [to come] a lot

2020 02 17 Retrieve

[Monterrey confirmed it had parted ways with Rodolfo Pizarro on Wednesday] Today, the notification from the player Rodolfo Pizarro was received in our offices in the sense that, in order to suit his interests, he unilaterally terminates his contract with the Monterrey Rayados Football Club, since his desire is to continue his career with the new MLS franchise based in Miami. We wish Rodolfo success in his future projects

2020 02 17b Retrieve

[Inter Miami have confirmed the signing of Mexican star Rodolfo Pizarro from Monterrey] The truth is I’m very happy, very happy to be here, to live this new experience, to leave my country. I’m feeling very positive, looking forward to getting this started. It’s a very nice challenge. They tell me they want to do important things. They showed me the project and the truth is that I came here without having to think about it

My main goal is to be champion. I want to lift a cup with this Club, make MLS history with Miami

2020 02 19 Retrieve

[Tata Martino advice makes Rodolfo Pizarro even more comfortable with MLS] I first spoke with Matias Almeyda and then with Tata Martino about joining MLS. Tata said the league was at the same level as Liga MX. A lot of people think MLS is still a league where players come to retire. That’s all in the past. Many more Mexicans will come to the MLS. As time goes by, more Mexicans want to come here. It’s a fact

It’s a good thing that Tata Martino coached here. He won MLS Cup. The fact that he looks at MLS, at the league, is very important. Part of the reason I chose to come to MLS is because of that: I want to return to the Mexican national team

2020 03 02 Retrieve

[After Inter Miami’s MLS debut ends in defeat] We played a great game. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to finish our chances but in the end, it was a great game. The man of the match was their [LAFC] goalkeeper and I think that says a lot about our game

2020 03 29 Retrieve

[Inter Miami’s Rodolfo Pizarro says there’s little to separate fellow Mexico internationals Raul Jimenez and Carlos Vela as the best player] I think they [Vela and Jimenez] are the best. It’s difficult because Raul is scoring goals against Manchester United and Manchester City and Carlos is in the MLS. In talent, everyone knows about Carlos Vela. I think it’s between the two and it’s even

[He’s enjoyed being out of the limelight, but is worried about the lack of profile hurting his marketability as a young El Tri star] You get more tranquillity. In the street, nobody bothers you and you can go out to dinner in peace. But you also lose because nobody is looking at you or knows what you are doing. You win on one side and lose on another. it’s completely different being in Chivas, for better or worse. It can sink your career if you can’t cope with the pressure or it can catapult you to being a name, help you a lot with marketing

After this [break] we’ll be more ready to run a marathon than to play football. It’d be good if they could find a solution to play five a side or something so we’re aren’t going so long without playing with the ball