| Pumas UNAM|
| Gerardo Gabriel Galindo Martinez|
(1978-05-23) May 23, 1978 (age 37)
Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Gerardo Galindo Wikipedia
Gerardo Gabriel Galindo Martínez (born May 23, 1978 in Cuernavaca, Morelos), is a former professional footballer.
Gerardo debuted in a victory 1–0 over Atlante F.C.. El Jerry was a vital part in UNAM Pumas 2 championships in a row in 2004. Although debuting in 1997, it was in 2001 when he gained a starting spot in Pumas. Being a starter and a trustworthy player in Hugo Sánchez's coaching career in Pumas, he has also been called to play with Mexico, such as qualification games for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
In 2013, after being diagnosed with cancer, Galindo would have treatments to remove a tumor.
The tumor would return months later, thus forcing Galindo into retirement. In 2017, Galindo would join former UNAM teammate Jaime Lozano, to be an assistant coach at Queretaro FC.
UNAM PumasMexican Torneo de Clausura (2004)
Mexican Torneo de Apertura (2004)
Club de Futbol MonterreyMexican Torneo de Apertura (2009)