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Five players far removed from the current stereotype

Five players far removed from the current stereotype
Gabor Kiraly on an image a few years ago. Photo: Lapelotona

At some moment, without really knowing why, perhaps because the passing of time, He changed the stereotype player. Gone are those guys with mustaches, longhaired, slovenly, something overweight or bald men with thick hair at the temples that appeared to be much older than those who were. Suddenly, the players became brawny types, tattooed, the latest fashion hairstyle changing every week and 15 pairs of boots different colors for each match. Guaperas dresses footballers. But nevertheless, there is always some redoubt and Colgados, I remember five players far removed from the current stereotype.

1-Gabor Kiraly

The Hungarian rose to fame in Euro 2016 for its unique physical appearance and for being the oldest type of tournament. He played with the Euro 40 years and was surprised with its links to the public but also with its very unusual appearance. Calvo, very overweight, with appearance of having more than 40 years and plush tracksuit she is known that your mother bought you when you were little. Euro France 2016 She made him famous but already had behind him a career of more than 20 years.

Gabor Kiraly, a very remote player of the modern stereotype.
Gabor Kiraly, a very remote player of the modern stereotype.

2-José Morales

Commander as you know the fans of Levante is a very good player and over his way of doing things is far from the current footballer. He continued in the Levant in second despite having offers First and international teams twice his salary. His response was that he was indebted to the team that had taken him from third to 25 years to do professional. His image also far, as you said Lucas Alcaraz, his coach at Levante 2015: “If you take out more weird hairstyles or guapete, he had been named player revelation”. nor does he need.

José Morales has little to do with the average modern footballer.
José Morales has little to do with the average modern footballer.

3-Andres Iniesta

The Fuentealbilla leads a life surrounded by stars but perhaps one of the greatest is he. His goal to Holland in the World 2010, It meant the most successful in the history of Spanish football. However outside of football, his image has nothing to do with many of the teammates around you. Calvo, graying at the temples despite his age without a huge physical, technical quality spare him to be one of the best in the history of Spain and one of the most beloved players.

Seeing his image few would say that Iniesta is a star of today's football media coverage.
Seeing his image few would say that Iniesta is a star of today's football media coverage.

4-Diego Godín

Atletico Uruguay is a typical South American defense. Hard, battle-hardened and strong, Charrua is one of the best defenders in the world. But his image is far from the current stereotype. Does not look outstanding, thousands of tattoos, or a physical athlete or strange hairstyles, more than anything because he does not really left over hair. its “look” It has little to do with many of colleagues which does not rule out the best.

In a world of muscular footballers, Tattooed and impossible hairstyles, Godin is one of the exceptions.
In a world of muscular footballers, Tattooed and impossible hairstyles, Godin is one of the exceptions.

5-Juanfran Torres

The Spanish international Atletico Madrid is also a player with an aspect very in line with the current stereotype. Ungainly, with scruffy and covering entries with thinning hair that remains, the opposite of the current media player. However on the field, it remains one of the best in his position.

Juanfran Torres, He is a player with an image opposite to the current player. Photo: Marca.com
Juanfran Torres, He is a player with an image opposite to the current player. Photo: Marca.com

 

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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