Best Argentinian players in the history of Valencia

Best Argentinian players in the history of Valencia
Mario Kempes, the best Argentine player in the history of Valencia. PHOTO: Revista Free

Who are the best Argentine players in the history of Valencia CF? Develop a list of the type to be in a club career and character at the Mestalla is a task the less daring. But nevertheless, Today we remember who they are for us best Argentine soccer players who have passed through Mestalla.

Mario Kempes, the best Argentine player in the history of Valencia

El Matador is a legend in the Mestalla club and no wonder. Kempes framework 129 goals in 225 parties in the two stages play player Valencia between 70 and the 80. A total of 8 seasons where he won one 2 times the scorer individually and 1 Cup, 1 European Super Cup and 1 Recopa collectively. It was also one of the stars of the World champion Argentina in 1978. It was not only one of the best Argentine players in the history of Valencia but also one of the best players born in Argentina who played in La Liga.

Claudio Piojo Lopez, the bane of Barca at the end of the twentieth century

How many nights of glory gave the Piojo Lopez in Mestalla few head aches and gave Barca, his favorite opponent when smash. Nothing more and nothing less than 12 goals in 15 parties asked the Catalans. With a blistering pace, Valencia marveled at the end of the twentieth century managed to counterattack and direct game as one hand coaches as Hector Cuper Ranieri or. He played between 1996 and year 2000 valencianistas in the ranks where he won the Cup of the King of 1999 and reach the final of the Champions League season 99-00. Framework 74 goals in 157 games footballer Valencia.

Piojo Lopez among the best Argentine players in the history of Valencia
Claudio Piojo Lopez made history in Mestalla. PHOTO: The Spanish

Roberto Fabian Ayala, one of the best players in the history of Valencia

A defender can also make history in a club. And it's not only beautiful goals and plays football lives but also those who avoid them and with his character and leadership, They are become natural leaders and leave their mark. This is the case of Roberto Fabian Ayala, one of the best players in the history of Valencia. Central Argentine arrived in December the year 2000 and he remained until 2007 when He signed by Villarreal, with which not debut because it was transferred a few days later to the Real Zaragoza.

Juice 253 It matches the Mestalla where signed 12 goals and was a fundamental part of the generation of the best players in the history of the club. Which got 2 Suspenders, 1 UEFA Cup and European Super Cup. Undoubtedly one of the leaders of the best time in the history of Valencia.

Pablo Aimar, one of the best Argentine players in the history of Valencia

“Pablito Aimar Let the glory come, as Kempes and Louse another kid immortal”. This song dedicated audiences of Mestalla beginning of the XXI century Pablo Aimar. With the 21 To the back, Argentine football reveled in their high quality the best generation in the history of the club. He arrived in the winter market 2001 and he went in 2006 with 2 Suspenders, 1 UEFA Cup and 1 European Super Cup in the bag. Certainly he gave the best version of his career with Valencia shirt being on merit, one of the best Argentine players in the history of Valencia.

The Kily González, Argentina race and claw Mestalla

Another Argentine who marked a generation of fans who came to Mestalla was Cristian Alberto Gonzalez Perret, better known as Kily González. Juice 138 matches and scored 14 goals between 1999 Y 2003, an era in which Valencia won 1 Copa del Rey (1999) Y 1 League (2002) and he played 2 Final Champions (2000 Y 2001).

Mauricio Pellegrino, the best Valencia insurance in history

Together with Roberto Fabián Ayala, he formed one of the safest defenses in the League and was a participant in the best Valencia in history between 1999 Y 2005 where got: 1 Copa del Rey, 2 Suspenders, 1 UEFA, 1 European Super Cup and 2 Final Champions. Precisely in the latter, of 2001, Pellegrino had the responsibility after launching the 5 pitchers chosen but missed the penalty and Valencia fell in their second Champions League final in a row. This did not detract from his career at all since later Valencia began a champion cycle in the form of titles from the hand of this Argentine central defender who played nothing more and nothing less than 207 Matches as a player of the Mestalla team.

best Argentine players in the history of Valencia
This play does not detract at all from Mauricio Pellegrino's career at Valencia, where he was one of the best Argentine players in his history.. PHOTO: Reuters

 

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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