|Full name Juan Pablo Caffa|
2004–2005 Ferro Carril Oeste
Career start 2003
Place of birth Murphy, Argentina
Name Juan Caffa
Current team LDU Loja
|Playing position |
Position Defender, Midfielder
Height 1.83 m
|Date of birth (1984-09-30) 30 September 1984 (age 31)|
Number 7 (Arsenal de Sarandi / Defender), 17 (Asteras Tripoli F.C. / Midfielder)
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Free-Kick Hero: Juan Pablo Caffa vs. Orange County SC
Juan Pablo Caffa (born 30 September 1984) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays for American club Tulsa Roughnecks FC as a left winger.
- Free Kick Hero Juan Pablo Caffa vs Orange County SC
- Juan pablo caffa y sus goles en el 2015
- Return to Argentina
- Club statistics
His nickname is "El violinista del Viaducto" (literally translated as "The violinist of the viaduct"), as he plays an imaginary violin during his goal celebrations.
Juan pablo caffa y sus goles en el 2015
Born in Murphy, Santa Fe, Caffa was part of Club Atlético Boca Juniors youth system, being already with the first team when it won the 2003 Apertura, although he only featured in one league match.
In the following years, he played with Ferro Carril Oeste and Arsenal de Sarandí.
After a number of strong displays with Arsenal during the 2006 Apertura tournament, Caffa earned a €2 million transfer to Real Betis in the January 2007 transfer window. He played his first La Liga match on 4 February, against Athletic Bilbao, but went scoreless in his six season appearances, also not finding the net in his first full campaign which ended in relegation, although he rarely started for the Andalusians.
In 2008–09, Caffa played on loan with Real Zaragoza, being an important offensive element as it returned to the first division after just one year out. Again at Betis, he appeared in 32 games – although only ten starts – and scored seven goals, but the club failed to regain top flight status.
Return to Argentina
In early December 2010, Caffa bought out the remainder of his contract with Betis and returned to Argentina to his former team Arsenal, agreeing on a three-year contract.