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Orlando City Can Assess Brandon Austin With Pedro Gallese Away

The 2021 Copa America will feature a pair of Orlando City players, as Sebas Mendez represents Ecuador and Pedro Gallese represents Peru. Gallese has been Orlando’s unquestioned number one goalkeeper and his absence will allow the club to determine its options in goal once the season returns this weekend. The...
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The Heineken Man of the Match Spotlight: Pedro Gallese

Lead the league in clean sheets, produce highlight save after highlight save and then go play hero for your country – just a few weeks in the life of Orlando City goalkeeper Pedro Gallese. Despite the tough result last Saturday, Gallese was named Heineken Man of the Match for Orlando...
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Peru vs Colombia David Ospina vs Pedro Gallese goalkeeper duel | Colombia selection

The South American qualifying duel between Peru and Colombia is approaching, the expectation is full, taking into account that the second process of Reinaldo Rueda in command of the ‘tricolor’ will be seen as a whole Colombian, several doubts and questions arise, taking into account that James Rodríguez will not be there. But as for the bow, there is security. David Ospina is called not only to be a starter, but to wear the captain’s belt. But on the Inca side it is no exception. Pedro Gallese is one of the permanent ones.
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Top 10 Moments of 2020: Orlando City Signs Goalkeeper Pedro Gallese

As we count down to the new year of 2021 — which will be Orlando City’s seventh in MLS and the Orlando Pride’s sixth in the NWSL — and say goodbye (and good riddance) to 2020, it’s time to look back at the club’s 10 best moments of the year.
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2020 Orlando City Season in Review: Pedro Gallese

has never had a bad goalkeeper dating all the way back to the old USL days. Miguel Gallardo was one of the best in the lower league, and when the Lions made the jump to MLS, that trend of solid goalkeepers continued. From Tally Hall to Joe Bendik and then Brian Rowe, the ‘keepers were always good, albeit never great. And then came Pedro Gallese.