The best wingers in the history of the League
Who are the best wingers in the history of the Spanish League?
The extreme, that position almost forgotten in modern football, that specialist defenestrado by some coaches who believe they have invented football. That specialist player in sticking to the sidelines and face the rival few times as necessary, that player that sooner or later always ends up coming back. We will remember some of them.
The best wingers in the history of the Spanish League
- Luis Figo. First in Barcelona and then Real Madrid, Portuguese proved to be one of the best wingers in the history of the sport. Glued to the sidelines, Figo was characterized above all in his time as culé as a player capable of overwhelming his rival on the outside and facing any defense. He won the Golden Ball playing in the league.
- Paco Gento. The Galerna of the Bay of Biscay is for many the best left winger in the history of the Spanish League. The truth is that their skill and speed made him a football highlight of yesteryear where the game was not for nothing dynamic. He spent many years at Real Madrid and is the player with the most European Cups in history.
- Hristo Stoichkov. The Dream Team Cruyff It was the best soccer team of the early 90 and he, He highlighted a Bulgarian with very “bitchy” and blistering pace that broke the band stuck. This led even, He was the winner of the Golden Ball half with Roberto Baggio in 1994 when things were done differently. We speak as of the controversial but brilliant Stoichkov.
- Vicente Rodriguez. When “Vicentín” Second debut in the Levante which was formed as a player, rose to fame because they put a termination clause 30.000 millions of the old pesetas. At the end for much less left for Valencia where he established himself as one of the best wingers in Spanish football. Only injuries detracted him.
- Joaquin. The feints and sprint as the loquacious Lopera defined him in a presentation with Real Betis, It was one of the best wingers in time. Later he signed for Valencia and went to Malaga to return to his Betis in 2015. He retired in 2023 to the 41 years.