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Players who stood out in the Spanish League during the 90

Players who stood out in the Spanish League during the 90
Meho Kodro fue uno de esos jugadores que dejaron huella en la Liga en los años 90. Sobre todo en la Real Sociedad. PHOTO: Realsociedad.eus

Some of the the best players in the history of football. Players like Di Stefano, Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona and so on. But for the romantics there is that other football, those players who despite being very good players, vitola did not reach the big stars but nevertheless made their mark in the clubs where they played. Because, we want to remind you of some players who stood out in the Spanish League during the decade of the 90 in the league. Pure romance.

Jugadores que destacaron en la Liga española en los años 90

meho Kodro

meho Kodro (1967, Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina), He was one of the best strikers in the Spanish league during the last decade of the twentieth century. Despite not getting neither the Pichichi nor any title, Bosnian was one of the best strikers of his time, especially in the ranks of the Real Sociedad where he swelled to score goals between 1991 Y 1995 and even he brushed the top scorer in his last two seasons as realistic 23 Y 25 goals respectively. Then went to Barcelona where his star faded and Tenerife and Alavés where it was a shadow of what had been. The Balkan War, seething at that time and played very closely his city, He influenced his subsequent performance. Even so, It was one of the best.

Vlado Gudelj

Balkan highlighted another player in the league back in the 90. Celta Vigo that time, cannot be conceived without the presence of Vlado Gudelj. Countryman of meho Kodro, He born in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina en 1966 and he reached the ranks of Celta in 1991 where it remained until 1999. He became the top scorer in the history of the Galician club in the First Division with 68 goals and still today, It remains one of the top scorers in its history. More than legend, was a classic scorer of the championships of that decade and a player that many fans will remember.

Finidi George

Nigerian Finidi It was one of the sensations of the League of stars (1996/97). Enlisted in the ranks of Real Betis, This fast and skillful end born in Nigeria 1971, He highlighted by his assists, your goals and your expertise when it comes to celebrate goals with a hat throwing him from the stands of Villamarín. He played for Betis between 1996 Y 2000 later go to Mallorca where he played in two stages in the XXI century. He lived some of the best moments of the entity in recent decades. A player show was a reference to football fans of that time.

players who stood out in the League
So Finidi George celebrated goals with Betis. Photo: Marca.com

José Zalazar

Albacete lived his best moments as a football club over the last ten years of the twentieth century. The “Mechanical cheese” Benito Floro, It was the revelation of the early years of the decade of the 90 on a computer that managed to remain in the elite several seasons. At, stood out José Zalazar, a player with a gun in his leg and excellent scorers numbers despite being midfielder.

The Uruguayan-born 1963, manchego was the soul of the team for five consecutive seasons managed to stay in the First Division and became the most capped player and top scorer in the Primera Division Albacete. The vast majority of its 57 First goals were shooting from outside the area and goals of very beautiful invoice.

Lubo Penev

Valencia fans still come to Mestalla and lived during the 90 old bleachers general standing of the old coliseum valencianista, surely will remember one of the battle cries of the time. To the beat of “Lubo Lubo”, They received a burly Bulgarian highlighting something gray in a set for a few seasons that period.

Lubo Penev (Sofia, Bulgaria 1966), He thrashed in Valencia from 1989 a 1995 surpassing even a bad shot like a cancer 1994. Then thrashed Atletico Madrid in, Compostela and Celta de Vigo, last Spanish team that played in 1999. It was an old-fashioned front of that other football perhaps more bizarre, the first live some.

Lubo Penev was the star of a gray Valencia.
Lubo Penev was the star of a gray Valencia. Photo: Brand
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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  1. Tb Mijatovic stressed and much in his time of Valencia. Penev between him and I stay with the Yugoslav.

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