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10 | Juan Pablo Caffa


Position: Midfielder

Birthdate: 9/30/1984

Hometown: Santa Fe, Argentina

Height: 6-0

Weight: 176

Last Club: Tulsa Roughnecks FC

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  • Spent 2017 with Tulsa Roughnecks FC, which also was his first season in the United Soccer League
  • Made 27 starts in 29 appearances for Roughnecks FC, scoring nine goals including three from set pieces
  • His club-best 74 key passes and eight assists helped see Tulsa reach the postseason for the first time in franchise history and was named to the USL All-League Second Team
  • Caffa's 74 chances created were second-most in the USL, only two behind Oscar Jimenez of USL champion Louisville City FC
  • Before the USL, Caffa played two years for Ecuador's Universidad Catolica. He scored two goals in 18 matches.
  • Scored nine goals in 38 matches in 2015 for Liga Loja of Ecuador's Serie A
  • Played six years at Arsenal Sarandi of Argentina's top division. From 2011-13, he scored six goals and appeared in 59 matches to help the club win its first domestic titles: 2012 Supercopa Argentina and 2013 Copa Argentina
  • Spent two years in La Liga with Real Betis, collecting 8 assists in 33 appearances in Spain’s top division.
  • He scored 12 goals and made 15 assists over three seasons with Betis and Real Zaragoza in Spain's second division
  • Made two appearances in the Europa League with Greek side Asteras Tripoli in 2014. 
  • He is a product of the Boca Juniors Academy and made one appearance for the club's first-division side in 2003

fox facts

  • Favorite TV show: The Sopranos
  • Favorite movie: The Dark Knight trilogy
  • Biggest goal: To make Fresno proud by winning a USL Cup
  • Hobbies outside of soccer: playing tennis, cooking, watching TV
  • Greatest accomplishments: the friendships made over the years playing soccer

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