Various stuff I found from the 40s - 60s

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  1. msioux75

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    It's the Copa America 1967 Ideal Team
     
  2. msioux75

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    Two of the better SA wingers at mid 1960s, comparing each other: argentinian Raúl Bernao vs uruguayan Luis Cubilla.

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    Ten of the greatest argentinian centerbacks of the last 25 years (by 1967), comparing each others
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    @poetgooner
     
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  4. msioux75

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    E.G. quoting Lo Sport Illustrato election of the best SA & World XI at 1967, april

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    South America:
    ---------------- Mazurkiewicz
    Ubiñas --- Manicera --- Albretch --- Marzolini
    ------- Goncalves ------------- Rocha
    Solari ----- Spencer ----- Pelé ----- Joya

    World:
    ---------------- Yashin
    Ubiñas --- Voronin --- J.Charlton --- Facchetti
    ------ Goncalves -------------- Rocha
    Best ----- Spencer ----- Pelé ----- Joya
     
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  5. poetgooner

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    Why was I tagged? lol
     
  6. msioux75

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    I remember your FM database ;)
     
  7. schwuppe

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    That's Argentinian league and not Argentinian players right?
     
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  8. msioux75

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    #33 msioux75, Apr 17, 2020
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2020
    Formations 4-3-3
    (ordering of players)

    ----------- 1
    4 ---- 2 ----- 6 ----- 3
    ----------- 5
    ----- 8 -------- 10
    7 -------- 9 --------- 11

    All-Time Boca 1965 vs 1981
    Boca's #6s starred in a 2-3-5 formation, so, Pescia and Arico Suárez are mainly LHB/LB, meanwhile Mouriño was a #5, this is DM.


    All-Time River 1965 vs 1981
    Must be said that Eduardo "Zurdo" Rodríguez played in Pyramid and WM formations, so as a #3 he played both CB and LB roles.

    All-Time Racing 1965 vs 1981
    Racing #6: Gutiérrez played both, Pyramid and WM, so he could be LB or LM.
    Sacchi and Basile played in the transition WM to 4-3-3, so, both are CBs.
     
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