Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (born January 13, 1966 in Mexico City) is a retired Mexican football midfielder. A longtime member of Necaxa, Esquivel spent twelve years with the club, including its highly successful period in the mid-1990s. Normally a holding midfielder, Esquivel also had the versatility to play in the defensive line. His work freed colleagues Alex Aguinaga and Alberto García Aspe to conduct the offensive maneuvers in midfield. Esquivel won three championships, in 1995, 1996, and the Invierno 1998 season, during his time at Necaxa. He spent his last season at the top level with Puebla.

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  • Gerardo Esquivel (* 13. Januar 1966 in Mexiko-Stadt) ist ein ehemaliger mexikanischer Fußballspieler, der im Mittelfeld agierte. (de)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (13 de enero de 1966 Guadalajara, Jalisco) Es un ex-futbolista mexicano jugaba de Mediocampista actualmente parte del cuerpo técnico del Puebla Fútbol Club de la Liga MX con Ruben Omar Romano como Entrenador. (es)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (né le 13 janvier 1966 à Mexico au Mexique) est un joueur de football international mexicain, qui évoluait au poste de milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (ur. 13 stycznia 1966 w mieście Meksyk) – były meksykański piłkarz występujący najczęściej na pozycji pomocnika. (pl)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (born January 13, 1966 in Mexico City) is a retired Mexican football midfielder. A longtime member of Necaxa, Esquivel spent twelve years with the club, including its highly successful period in the mid-1990s. Normally a holding midfielder, Esquivel also had the versatility to play in the defensive line. His work freed colleagues Alex Aguinaga and Alberto García Aspe to conduct the offensive maneuvers in midfield. Esquivel won three championships, in 1995, 1996, and the Invierno 1998 season, during his time at Necaxa. He spent his last season at the top level with Puebla. Esquivel obtained a total of four caps for the Mexico national team between 1988 and 1995, and was a squad member at the 1995 Copa América. He made his debut in a friendly match against El Salvador on 29 March 1988, a heavy 8-0 victory for Mexico. Esquivel did not return to the Mexico national team for seven years, when he earned a recall based on his title-winning season at Necaxa. His final cap came in a 4-0 loss to the United States on June 18, 1995 in the U.S. Cup at RFK Stadium in Washington. (en)
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  • Gerardo Esquivel (* 13. Januar 1966 in Mexiko-Stadt) ist ein ehemaliger mexikanischer Fußballspieler, der im Mittelfeld agierte. (de)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (13 de enero de 1966 Guadalajara, Jalisco) Es un ex-futbolista mexicano jugaba de Mediocampista actualmente parte del cuerpo técnico del Puebla Fútbol Club de la Liga MX con Ruben Omar Romano como Entrenador. (es)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (né le 13 janvier 1966 à Mexico au Mexique) est un joueur de football international mexicain, qui évoluait au poste de milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (ur. 13 stycznia 1966 w mieście Meksyk) – były meksykański piłkarz występujący najczęściej na pozycji pomocnika. (pl)
  • Gerardo Esquivel Butrón (born January 13, 1966 in Mexico City) is a retired Mexican football midfielder. A longtime member of Necaxa, Esquivel spent twelve years with the club, including its highly successful period in the mid-1990s. Normally a holding midfielder, Esquivel also had the versatility to play in the defensive line. His work freed colleagues Alex Aguinaga and Alberto García Aspe to conduct the offensive maneuvers in midfield. Esquivel won three championships, in 1995, 1996, and the Invierno 1998 season, during his time at Necaxa. He spent his last season at the top level with Puebla. (en)
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  • Gerardo Esquivel (futbolista) (es)
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  • Gerardo Esquivel (fr)
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  • Gerardo Esquivel (en)
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