Chicharito's father

Javier Hernández Gutiérrez known as Chícharo, is a retired Mexican footballer. Hernández played at club level for Tecos, Puebla F.C. and Monarcas Morelia. In Tecos became one of its most important players on the team story, by being in the team that reached the quarterfinals in the season 1986-87 and lately went back to the team in 1993-94 season to get the championship. With Puebla was part of the squad that gave Puebla F.C. its second and last championship in 1989-1990 season. He made three appearances for Mexico Under-20s at the 1979 FIFA World Youth Championship. Javier was a member of the Mexican national team to reach quarterfinals in the 1986 FIFA World Cup and a part of the generation of Mexicans who were banned from the 1990 FIFA World Cup due to the use of over age players in a U-20 World Cup. Hernández is the father of Javier Hernández Balcázar, who is also a Mexican international football player and player of English Premier League club Manchester United. Hernández is also the son-in-law of Tomás Balcázar who played for C.D. Guadalajara and played in the 1954 FIFA World Cup for the Mexican national side. Chicharo and Chicharito's stickers for World Cup 1986 and 2010 : 

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  1. Hi Old School Panini, the picture aside on the Chicharito's picture is from Fernando Quirarte not Javier Hernandez Senior, both playes were on national team on World Cup '86, it seems that the only sticker avaliable about Javier Hernandez Senior with the México's National Team are the one above, greetings from Puebla, México

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