I cannot express how overwhelming happy I am to finally be able to carry out this project. It seems logical to think that after a lifetime dedicated to sports and working with exceptional groups of people, that this adventure would final be possible. And, that's how it has played out.
Team Xperiences, this could not have become a reality without everyone who has stood by me, helping me, teaching me and bringing joy to my life all these years. All these people are an inseparable part of my life experience.
I hope for your continued support and to help you bring together your projects. So, here I am, at your service. For everyone.
At Team Xperience, sports is our passion!
Tariq was born in the United Arab Emirates, where he lived for the first year of his life (with his Italian dad and Spanish mother). Afterward, he moved to Italy where he remained for 5 years and learned Italian to perfection. Next, he moved to Spain, Catalonia in particular, as a permanent home where he learned Catalan and Spanish.
First raised in Arenys de Mar, and later in Malgrat de Mar where he played from team to team in the lower division of the municipal areas of Blanes, the FC Racing Blanenc football club where he was discovered by Javi Salamero (sports director in Girona during the 2008/09 season).
In the 1998/99 season, he played in the Youth Honor Division with the A Youth League of Vilobí FC until February 1999, when his father moved to Valladolid for work, and so the player had to leave the Girona club. Once in the Valladolid area, he signed with Valladolid B where he played his first season in the Second B Division, and the next in the Third Division.
After signing with the Spanish subsidiary, he started a long career in Second B division teams, where he enjoyed a proactive role as a player. In the 2008/09 season, he launched himself as a top scorer playing for the Unión Deportiva Puertollano (currently, Club Deportivo Puertollano), where he scored 24 league goals (top scorer of the 4 Second B groups). Additionally, his team was one point short of being raised to a Second Division standing. In that season, he attracted the attention of many clubs that followed his progress. He also aroused media interest at a football level, and participated in the VI edition of the "Friends of Ronaldo" charity match against the "Friends of Zidane".
At the end of July 2009, he signed a deal with Granada CF, where he advanced to the Second Division. In 2010, he was about to sign with Real Murcia Football Club and, although the deal was not finalised, he has become a true icon among the followers of this club. In 2011, he signed with the Huesca SD, a football club who later fired him in mid-May of 2014, with a month left on his contract.
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