Daniel Pacheco is a half-Spanish, half-Czech striker, born on January 5, 1991 at Malaga, Spain. He is fondly called ”The Killer”, and “Dani Pacheco”, in the football circuit. He was a part of the Spanish U-17 squad that won the European Championship 2008 after beating France.
Daniel Pacheco played for Malaga F.C., before joining Barcelona. He signed on for Barcelona’s youth team where he was a part of the U-18 squad. A regular at the team, he has been a top goal scorer, who has scored 30 goals at a very young age. Daniel Pacheco, a promising forward-position player of the Spanish football team, signed Liverpool F.C., an English professional association football club in the summer of 2007. He plays for the reserve league and has committed his future to the club for the next three years to come. Daniel Pacheco made his debut for Liverpool in the first team squad during their pre-season tour 2008.
Daniel Pacheco holds Fernando Torres, the Spanish striker who scored the winning goal at the finals of Euro 2008 in high esteem. He feels that he cannot stop training the sport and will continue with his efforts to improve his gaming skills.
Before the start of a season, Daniel Pacheco likes to spend his free time with his family.