Mario Alberto Kempes is an Argentine former footballstriker. His father, Mario, who was also a football player, inspired him to play from a young age. At the age of 7 years, he began playing with a junior team and at 14 he joined la cuarta de Talleres. He is most famous for playing for Valencia and being the focal point of Argentina's 1978 World Cup win.
José Omar Pastoriza (born on 23 May 1942 in Rosario - died on 2 August 2004 in Buenos Aires) was a football midfielder for Independiente, AS Monaco, and the Argentina national football team, as well as manager for many teams including the Venezuelan national team.
Paulo César Wanchope Watson (born 31 July 1976 in Heredia), also known as "Chope" or as "La Cobra" in Central America and South America, is a Costa Rican former professional footballer. As of February 2009, Wanchope is the second most prolific goalscorer in the history of the national football team, behind Rolando Fonseca, with 45 goals in 73 international matches.
César Fabián "Chelito" Delgado Godoy (born August 18, 1981 in Rosario) is an Argentine footballer. He plays for Lyon. His nickname is derived from that of Marcelo Delgado (known as "El Chelo") because of their same last name.
Walter Nicolás Gaitán Sayavedra is a football attacking midfielder, who currently plays for Veracruz in the Mexican Liga de Ascenso. Gaitán has many nicknames. National most important television network call him "El Divino" ("The Divine"), because of his gifted touch of the ball and feel of the game.
Jorge Daniel Fossati Lurachi (born 22 November 1952 in Montevideo) is a former football goalkeeper, mainly in Peñarol, and the current manager of SC Internacional. While playing at Peñarol, he helped the club win five league titles. He also had spells in Argentina with Independiente and Rosario Central, in Chile with Green Cross Temuco and with Brazilian team Coritiba.
Juan Antonio Pizzi Torroja (born 7 June 1968 in Santa Fe) is a former Argentine-born Spanish professional footballer, and a current coach. Internationally, the striker played four years with the Spanish national team, in which country he spent the bulk of his club career.
Alejandro Gabriel Meloño Botta (born April 27, 1977 in Montevideo) is a football player from Uruguay who currently plays for Almagro. Meloño is a left sided central defender. He started his career in 1996 with Rentistas in Uruguay. In 1997 he moved to Argentina where he played for San Lorenzo, Nueva Chicago and Almagro. In 2000 he came to Europe for the first time and played for Real Murcia in Spain before returning to Argentina a year later in 2001 to play for Almagro again.
Celso Rafael Ayala Gavilán is a retired Paraguayan football defender. With 85 caps and 6 goals, he is one of the most capped players in the Paraguayan national team. Ayala became a key player in Paraguay's outstanding defensive line in the 1990's, along with fellow defenders Francisco Arce and Carlos Gamarra. His characteristics were leadership in the field, good positioning and superb tackling and heading skills.
Ramiro Castillo Salinas (March 27, 1966 – October 18, 1997) was a football midfielder who was capped 52 times and scored 5 international goals for Bolivia between 1989 and 1997. He made one substitute appearance at the 1994 FIFA World Cup. Castillo was born in Coripata, a small town in the sub-tropical Yungas region. His first professional team was The Strongest, club with which he always identified.
Daniel Alberto 'Cata' Díaz (born 13 March 1979 in San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca) is an Argentine footballer who currently plays with Getafe CF, in the Spanish first division. A strong central defender with a powerful shot, he can also be adapted at right back.
Ángel Tulio Zof (born July 8, 1928) is a former Argentine footballer and coach. He played for Rosario Central, Huracán, Atlanta and Quilmes as a left winger. Later, he became the coach of Ledesma de Jujuy, Club Atlético Platense, Atlanta, San Martín (T), Newell's Old Boys, Rosario Central, Los Andes. As manager of Rosario Central he came second in the Argentine championship in 1970, won the "Nacional" championship in 1973 and 1980, the 1986/87 championship and the Copa Conmebol in 1995.