The top five strikers in the history of Valencia

The top five strikers in the history of Valencia
Mario Kempes, the best striker in the history of Valencia. PHOTO: Valencia CF

Who are the best strikers in the history of Valencia? In a club with history and trajectory of Valencia set, founded in 1919, make a list always seems quite complicated and difficult. However within the subjectivity that involves the whole list, we will try to define those who are in our view, the best strikers in the history of Valencia.

Mario Kempes

The “Matador” It is history club Valencia. With 225 parties and 129 official goals in two different stages in Valencia, Argentine delighted the fans who came to Mestalla for 8 seasons where he won 2 Pichichi individually and 1 Cup, 1 European Super Cup and 1 Recopa globally.

David Villa

The “Guaje” It is one of the best strikers in the history of Spain and also of Valencia CF. Juice 5 T seasons with Valencia where he scored 171 goals in 289 oficiale partiess. Is the top scorer in the history of the Spanish selection. As a player of Valencia Cup champion was proclaimed King 2008.

Waldo Machado

When Waldo came to Valencia, was not normal for a Brazilian player will reach the Spanish football. But nevertheless, physical athlete very different from the Spanish player of the time, She made him stand out as one of the best of its time. Juice 10 seasons where marked Valencia 150 goals in 296 matches. He won as valencianista 1 Copa del Rey and 2 Holiday Cups. He died in late February 2019.

Edmundo Suárez, “World”

Probably few know the existence of which he is the top scorer in the history of Valencia CF and one of the 10 first in the history of the Spanish League. Winner of two Pichichis in the early 40, Edmundo Suárez, better known as World, was a footballer of those other football and not only one of the best strikers in the history of Mestalla, but in general. Won 3 leagues and 2 Generalissimo Cups in what was probably the most successful in the entire history of Valencia period.

Claudio “Louse” López

Argentina arrived in 1996 Valencia and its start was one of the worst in living memory. So much, in his first season almost nobody counted him. But nevertheless, everything changed after his second season as Valencia when thanks to its speed, his goals and his power in his game, It took the hearts of fans who welcomed him as one of the club's eternal idols. Juice 4 years, framework 74 goals in 157 matches, won 1 Copa del Rey, 1 And Supercopa was part of the team that first came to the final of Champions.

Piojo Lopez became an idol valencianista.
Piojo Lopez became an idol valencianista. 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. I'm from Valencia and although I live in australia elvalencia always be my team
    this where this.
    VIXCA VALENSIA, UP

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