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Soccer Odds: Pacheco leaves the Reds
By Andrew Scott Monday, 9 September 2013 12:59
Dani Pacheco put an end to his six-year spell at with Liverpool so he could join Spanish second-tier outfit Alcorcon on a one-year contract, and many fans that follow him and his soccer odds are looking forward to an exceptional performance by the player at his new club.
Pay her head services saw that Pacheco’s spell started in 2007 in the Premier League, leaving Barcelona’s world renowned La Masia academy so his development under ex-Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez could continue.
But during his time at Anfield, the attacker who helps make very good soccer odds was not able to secure regular first-team action, and was now elected to go back to Spain, where his progress will be closely monitored by pay per head services.
“I’m proud to announce that I’m joining Alcorcon permanently. I want to say massive thanks to LFC for all they gave me in six years,” the 22-year-old Spaniard wrote on Twitter.
“I will always be a red. It’s been my home and I will never forget it. Thanks to all you fans for the support and I hope we celebrate the Premier League this season.”
And many fans that follow the player and his soccer odds believe that the move could prove to be the best one that he could make right now.
In the English top flight, Pacheco only made five appearances for Liverpool, even though he regularly impressed for the Merseyside club’s reserve outfit, helping make very good soccer odds.
The player will now hope to help Alcorcon seal promotion to La Liga after the team suffered a lot last term in the promotion play-offs after finishing in fifth-place in the Segunda Division, and soccer betting fans seriously hope that he helps his side.
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Price per head services saw that Spain capped Pacheco at every level up to Under-21s, but the attacker is yet to earn a place in the senior squad of Vicente del Bosque, and many soccer betting fans are knocking on wood.