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But it is not just a matter of giving confidence to the young talents.I appreciate how he tries to solve the James Rodríguez issue for instance, giving him the chance to play whenever he has the opportunity."The statistics prove Pavón correct.In the 2009–10 season, Pavón was only third or fourth-choice stopper, but still managed to score twice as Zaragoza maintained its division status.In the very last minute of the 2010 summer transfer window he signed with AC Arles-Avignon, reuniting with former Real Madrid teammate Álvaro Mejía.His name became associated with the Los Galácticos policy when Real Madrid – where he spent most of his professional career – president Florentino Pérez promised to build a team full of Zidanes and Pavones – expensive high-profile recruits like Zinedine Zidane and youth team graduates like Pavón.
I think there are a couple of keys in his success that must be remarked upon."We took the competition as a party, as a tribute that meant we made it," he explained. It is tougher than it seems, it will not be easy, because you are focused on the domestic competition and, suddenly, you are in Japan, with a different climate and playing against American teams who have spent more time than you in Asia. We played against Olimpia, we won 2-0 and I remember that we got stuck in a traffic jam and we arrived to the stadium half an hour before the final. I hope the current squad adapts quickly to Yokohama, because it would be amazing to lift another trophy."Two seasons ago, former Rayo Vallecano manager Paco Jémez – sacked by Granada this season - criticised Zidane for bureaucratic reasons."I do not consider him a colleague because he does not have the necessary badges, it is a disgrace," Jémez said.Real set a new 35-match unbeaten record on against Deportivo La Coruna and they have not lost a La Liga game in 27 games.
The record, established by Real Sociedad in 1980, has remained unbeaten for the last 36 years – and not even Pep Guardiola's Barça improved on this milestone.
On 25 April 2007, media speculation indicated that Pavón was close to agreeing a four-year deal with Premier League club Bolton Wanderers, rejoining former teammate Iván Campo, but nothing came of it.