Alfredo Di Stéfano

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Alfredo Di Stéfano
Distefano eg 1958.jpg
Di Stéfano in 1958
Personal information
Full name Alfredo Stéfano Di Stéfano Laulhé[1]
Date o birth 4 Julie 1926(1926-07-04)
Place o birth Buenos Aires, Argentinae
Date of death 7 Julie 2014(2014-07-07) (aged 88)
Place o daith Madrid, Spain
Hicht 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playin poseetion Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1945–1949 River Plate 66 (49)
1946 Huracán (loan) 25 (10)
1949–1953 Millonarios 102 (90)
1953–1964 Real Madrid 282 (216)
1964–1966 Espanyol 47 (11)
Tot 522 (376)
Naitional team
1947 Argentinae 6 (6)
1949–1952 Colombie 4 (0)
1957–1961 Spain 31 (23)
Teams managed
1967–1968 Elche
1969–1970 Boca Juniors
1970–1974 Valencia
1974 Sporting CP
1975–1976 Rayo Vallecano
1976–1977 Castellón
1979–1980 Valencia
1981–1982 River Plate
1982–1984 Real Madrid
1985 Boca Juniors
1986–1988 Valencia
1990–1991 Real Madrid

* Senior club appearances an goals coontit for the domestic league anly.

† Appearances (Goals).
This name uises Spaingie namin customs; the first or paternal faimily name is Di Stéfano an the seicont or maternal faimily name is Laulhé.

Alfredo Stéfano Di Stéfano Laulhé[2] (Spaingie pronunciation: [alˈfɾeðo ði (e)sˈtefano]; 4 Julie 1926 – 7 Julie 2014) wis a fitbawer an coach, wha haes been cried the best, maist complete an influential fitbawer o aw time.[3] He wis maist associatit wi Real Madrid an wis instrumental in thair domination o the European Champions' Cup during the 1950s, a period in which the club wan the trophy in five consecutive saisons frae 1956. Alang wi Francisco Gento an José María Zárraga, he wis ane o anly three players tae play a pairt in aw five victories, scorin goals in each o the five finals. Di Stéfano played internaitional fitbaa maistly for Spain efter muivin tae Madrid, but he an aa played for Argentinae an Colombie.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "di Stéfano Profile" (in Spanish). Yahoo! Deportes España. 
  2. "Di Stéfano Profile" (in Spaingie). Realmadrid.com. 
  3. "Alfredo Di Stefano, the most influential footballer of all time". World Soccer. Retrieved 23 October 2015.