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FC Ordino has often been touted as an example of small but ambitious and successful young club.[3][4][5]

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Futbol Club Ordino is an Andorran football club based in Ordino. The club currently plays in Primera Divisió.

Founded in 2010 as a football academy,[1] FC Ordino currently plays the Primera Divisió, after it was admitted by the clubs of the league in 2012. In May 2013, Ordino were promoted to the top division, after winning the Segona Divisió.[2]

He has worked in Andorra before, way back in 2002 and shortly thereafter at two 'Nike Campus.'

Saviola retired from football in January, saying goodbye to River Plate and a long footballing career that included being the top scorer in the U-20 World Cup in 2001, a feat which earned him the move to Barcelona.

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The idea is for Saviola to also work with reserve and youth sides and to provide them with all of the benefits of his expertise.

During the summer, the 34-year-old became aware of the club via mutual friends of the president and finally sat on the bench for the opening day of the season on Sunday, which Ordino lose 1-0 against Lusitans.

Former player of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Benfica and Monaco among others, Javier Saviola has settled with his family in Andorra and begun to work as assistant coach of FC Ordino, one of the teams in the Andorran league.

Argentine footballer Javier Pedro Saviola join as coach assistant in 2016 September.[6]

Sevilla, Malaga, Olympiakos and Hellas Verona have also been recipients of his services whilst he graced his national team with aplomb on 44 occasions.