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"The Desert Fox"

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Position: Striker

Nickname: The Desert Fox

Nationality: Mexico

Birthplace: Culiacan, Sinaloa

Date of Birth: 8/14/1973

Special Interests:

  • family
  • reading
  • traveling

With 23 goals scored in World Cup qualification matches, Jared is the second leading all-time goal scorer in FIFA World Cup qualifying history.

Jared's size and aerial ability always posed a threat to opposing teams. With 254 goals scored in the Mexican First Division, Jared is currently the third all-time leading goal scorer in the Mexican league.
Signing with Bolton Wanderers Football Club in 2005, Jared became the first Mexican player to ever play in the English Premiership. A few weeks later Jared became the first Mexican player in history to ever score a goal in the English Premiership.

Jared's debut with the Mexican National Team came on February 5, 1997, in Estadio Azteca as Mexico defeated Ecuador 3 - 1. Jared appeared in a total of 89 international caps for Mexico and netted 46 goals; making him the all-time leading goal scorer in Mexican National Team history.

Professional Club Career: 1993 – 2010

Club Atlas de Guadalajara (1993 – 1996)

Santos Laguna (1996 – 2004)
* League Champions: Apertura 1996 & Clausura 2001
* Leading goal scorer of the Mexican First Division: 2000 & 2001
* Mexican Player of the Year: 2000

Dorados de Sinaloa (2004)

Pachuca FC (2005)

Bolton Wanderers FC of England (2005 – 2006)

Al-Ittihad of Saudi Arabia (Winter 2006)

CD Cruz Azul (2007)

Club de Fútbol Monterrey (2008)

Chivas de Guadalajara (Clausura 2009)

Puebla FC (Apertura 2009)

Atlético Morelia (Clausura 2010)

Club León (Apertura 2010)

Mexican National Team: 1997 – 2008
89 international caps

FIFA World Cup:
Korea & Japan 2002
* goal scored against Ecuador
* goal scored against Italy
Germany 2006

FIFA Confederations Cup:
Korea & Japan 2001 (Eight place)
Germany 2005 (Fourth place)
* goal scored against Japan
* goal scored against Germany

Copa America:
2001 (Runner-up)
2004 (Sixth place)

2003 (Champions)
2005 (Sixth place)
2007 (Runner-up)