A professional Argentine football player, Pablo Horacio Guinazu plays as a midfielder .In 1995, Guinazu began his playing career with Newell’s Old Boys, in their prestigious youth academy. After two seasons, he was promoted to the first and team and almost instantly, Guinazu was a regular member of the first team. He made about 119 appearances for the team, scoring 5 goals, and earned a move to Italy.
Guinazu signed with Perugia in 2000, but failed to make his mark at the club. He played just 14 games in that season, before returning to Argentina in 2001 and signing up with Independiente. From 2001 to 2003, Guinazu played about 55 league games for the team and even made his debut for the Argentina national squad. He helped the team win the 2002 Apertura title before moving back to Newell’s Old Boys in 2003.
19 games later, Guinazu was moving back to Europe, this time signing up with Russian side, Saturn Ramenskoe. He played 24 games before returning to South America but instead of returning to Argentina, Guinazu signed with Libertad in Paraguay. Over four seasons, Guinazu played around 73 games for the team, scoring 2 goals, and helping them win the 2006 Primera Division title.
In 2008, Guinazu moved to Internacional in Brazil, and has played 131 games for the team so far. In that period, he has helped the side win four Campeonato Gaucho titles (2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012), the 2008 Copa Sudamericana title, the 2011 Recopa Sudamericana title and the big one – the 2010 Copa Libertadores title. Guinazu has also been named to the Serie A team of the year in 2009.
At the international level, the midfielder has won just 7 caps but continues to be on the fringes of the national team.