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Discussion in 'Ecuador' started by Pingudo, Oct 31, 2005.
any plans for a testimonial for him? surely hes one of ecuador top 3 players of all time
The best goalkeeper ecuador has ever had was Ansaldo.. Chile cracked his ribs in the 66 qualifier when Ecuador was robbed. I forgot the name of that ecuadorian midfielder that played in Mexico. Tall skinny black guy with an afro.. hat guy was pretty good.
You're right Pablo Ansaldo was one of the best.
none yet, but i am sure when he retires from the game, their will be a fairwell game for el guero.
understatement of the year
Italo Estupiñán, played for El Nacional, Toluca, Puebla, among others. He was a forward and should be on the list, at least as a reserve.
i know why they call you maestro, you know a lot
Cool!!.... thanks for sharing...
Pablo Ansaldo gets mentioned at this site...guys check it out:
Anybody know anything on Enrique Raymondi Contreras?
Raymondi quedó en la historia grande de Emelec, no sólo por los títulos que ganó a nivel local (61, 62 y 66), y nacional (61 y 65), sino que además fue el goleador de la Copa Libertadores de 1962, con 6 goles, junto a Coutinho.
check this out:
wow, this guy seems to be someone worth remembering!
Alex Aguinaga baby !!!! i might have misspelled that..im not sure
creo que aunque no es jugador lo deven mencionar por que es parte importante de la historia de futbol ecuatoriano.
EL BOLILLO GOMES.
si nombramos al bolillo tambien nombramos a mil mas!!!!!!
q pena q el boluillo se haiga asustado con el cuero del tigre cuando ya lo tenia muerto,
caso Colombia en el 98 y Ecuador 02
Necaxa's estrella for ever
Joeffre Guerron ladies and gentlemen. This guy is going to make history. He will be by far, the best Ecuadorian player. Yes I said it. Remeber my words, he will be the talk of all sports channels.
When he returns on the 25 on this month for the finals, he would have enough time to recuperate and will shine so bright, Guerron will blind the opponent. Of all the talent I have witnessed in Ecuador and other countries, this guy is the real deal.
Hate me now for saying this but remember me when it comes true.
I am th Lorax
Tin Delgado and Jose Cevallos get my vote.
Kaviedes is up there and could have been the best ever if he was more professional.
Valencia looks promising, as does Guerron but its too early to say.
Not Ecuadorians but honorable mention: Carlos Horacio Miori, Víctor Ephanor, Mariano Biondi, Omar Marchese.
Guerron got owned in Spain. If he can make this pass at 1:48, get back in position and learn how to play in a system. SURE!!! if he does all this, I believe he can be very successful even more so than than Valencia in the prem league:
at 1:48 I nearly broke my 42 inch Plasma. ********ing guy almost cost me 3 grand!!!!
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SumkMVO8zxE"]YouTube- Liga de Quito 0 América 0 Copa Libertadores Semifinal Vuelta[/ame]
i almost died of a heart attack when he did that...I couldn't believe he didn't pass.
And I also remember Salas was sh*tting on everyone that came across him on that game, he was working them.
If given the chance this season, Salas will have a breakout year. I'm hoping for it. I'm certain he'll be part of the spark we can use off the bench in eliminatorias matches in the future IF he can stay fit
I would love to see that as much as any other Liga fan would but unfortunately it seems that he isn't getting opportunities with Bauza. In the 1 or 2 friendlies Liga has played so far since Bauza has been coach, Salas has not even stepped on the field i think (and to my knowledge, he's not injured...and let's also remember that he finished off the season in top notch shape). Cristian Lara has been playing though...but again, I think thats only cuz Miller Bolanos is still recovering. Once Miller's back I'm sure Lara and Salas will be benched, BUT have a really strong possibilities on being super subs. I hope that Salas gets his minutes in though. I guess Salas doesn't cause any interest to Bauza someitmes.
This is the team I've made.
Alfredo BONNARD - Unión Deportiva Valdez
José CEVALLOS - Barcelona SC
Vicente LECARO - Barcelona SC
Ivan HURTADO - Celaya FC
Luis CAPURRO - Emelec
Ulises DE LA CRUZ - Aston Villa
Giovany ESPINOZA - LDU
Luciano MACÍAS - Barcelona SC
Holger QUIÑONEZ - Barcelona SC
Néicer REASCO - LDU
Alfonso OBREGÓN - LDU
Alex AGUINAGA - Necaxa
Jorge BOLAÑOS - Emelec
Kléber FAJARDO - Emelec
Edison MENDEZ - PSV
José VILLAFUERTE - El Nacional
Carlos TORRES GARCÉS - Emelec
Alberto SPENCER - Penãrol
Polo CARRERA - LDU
Washington MUÑOZ - Barcelona SC
Agustin DELGADO - Necaxa
Carlos RAFFO - Emelec
Ítalo ESTUPIÑÁN - Toluca FC
* * * * * * * * *
Pablo ANSALDO - Barcelona SC
Jorge ¨Chompi¨ HENRÍQUEZ - Emelec
Héctor CARABALÍ - Barcelona SC
Leonardo PALACIOS - Everest
Enrique CANTOS - Barcelona SC
Eduardo HURTADO - Los Angeles Galaxy
Jaime KAVIEDES - Real Valladolid
José BALSECA - Emelec
Hermen BENÍTEZ - El Nacional
Best Ever XI:
---------------- A. Bonnard -----------------
---------- V. Lecaro ---- I. Hurtado -------
U. De la Cruz ------------------ L. Capurro
--------------- A. Obregón ------------------
----- J. Bolaños ----------A. Aguinaga -----
W. Muñoz ---------------------- P. Carrera
---------------- A. Spencer -----------------
What do you guys think?? Are there any other classic or modern players missing??
I might of missed it or read the thread wrong, but I dont care one anyone says, but Valencia is best Player Ecuador has ever had past and present.
lol...Aquinaga would run circle around him. I remember watching Ecuador play at Aquinaga peaks and people thought he was nationalized argentine or Brazilian because he looked so out of place and was so above every player on the pitch.
The list is long but instead of ULDC, I'd pick Wagner "La Bala" Rivera. OMG, I loved the way that kid played. he was turning into a G.O.D at flamengo but ofcourse he had a drinking and drug problem.