Rest of The Latin Americas Union

The rest of the Americas football includes all Latin American nations aside from Brazil and Argentina, mainly base on Uruguayan players. Arsenio Erico was a phenomenal star in the pre-war era but never got to play for Paraguay in official match. The first half 1970s is the golden era of this zone as many top-class Peruvian players such as Cubillas, Chumpitaz and Cueto plus Elias Figueroa who is the greatest defensive south American defender ever appeared in this era. 


Rest of the Latin America

Location : South America, Central America
Copa America Participation : 42 Times
World Cup Participation : 17 Times (1930, 1950- Present)
Achievement :  1962 FIFA World Cup Third Place
2 Times FIFA World Cup Champions (1930, 1950)
2 Times Olympic Game Gold Medals (1924, 1928)
18 Times Copa America Winners (1916, 1917, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1935, 1939, 1942, 1953, 1956, 1959, 1967, 1975, 1979, 1983, 1987, 1995)
Top Scorer : Jared Borgetti (46 Goals)
The Greatest Player Ever : Juan Alberto Schiaffino
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                                       All-Time Rest of Latin America Squad

Goalkeeper
Defender
Midfielder
Forward
Ladislao Mazurkiewicz
(Uruguay)
Jose Luis Chilavert
(Paraguay)
Victor Rodriguez
Andrade (Uruguay)
Luis Eyzaguirre
(Chile)
Ivan Cordoba
(Colombia)
Jose Santamaria
(Uruguay)
Jose Nasazzi
(Uruguay)
Elias Figueroa
(Chile)
Hector Chumpitaz
(Peru)
Jose Leandro Andrade (Uruguay)
Obdulio Varela
(Uruguay)
Cesar Cueto
(Peru)
Enzo Francescoli
(Uruguay)
Juan Schiaffino
(Uruguay)
Teofillo Cubillas
(Peru)
Pedro Rocha
(Uruguay)
Leonel Sanchez
(Chile)
Hector Scarone
(Uruguay)
Luis Suarez
(Uruguay)
Alberto Spencer
(Ecuador)
Hugo Sanchez
(Mexico)
Arsenio Erico
(Paraguay)



Manager : Oscar Washington Tabarez (Uruguay)
Stadium :  Estadio El Monumental (Peru)


Formation XI



Explain of Formation

There are only three players different to all-time Uruguay squad, are Elias Figueroa, Teofilo Cubillas and Arsenio Erico who is set to be alone as striker.


Statistics

By Decade
By Class
By Nation
1910s : -
1920s : 2
1930s : 2
1940s : -
1950s : 3
1960s : 5
1970s : 4
1980s : 2
1990s : 1
2000s : 1
2010s : 1
King : -
Queen : 19
Prince : 3

Uruguay : 11
Peru : 3
Chile : 3
Paraguay : 2
Mexico : 1
Colombia : 1
Ecuador : 1


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Bolivia Honourable Mention


Ramiro Blacut

Date Of Birth  :  5 May 1926
Position          :  Defensive Holding Midfielder
Height           :   Unknown
Major Club     :  Bolivar
Caps             :  23 Games
World Cup Participation  :   1950
Club Honours       :  1 Time Bolivian Cup
International Honours    :   1963 Copa America Winner
Individual Achievement  :    1963 Copa America Best Player
Class  : Prince Silver



Marco Etcheverry

Date Of Birth  :  26 September 1970      
Position     :   Attacking Midfielder/ Second Striker
Height        :  180 cm
Major Club   :  Colo-Colo
Caps   :  47 Games
World Cup Participation  :   None
Club Honours        :   3 Times Chilean League
International Honours    :   2 Times Copa America Runner-Up (1955, 1956)
Individual Achievement  :   Bolivar Greatest Player Ever
Bolivia Greatest Player Ever
Class : Prince Silver





Erwin Sanchez

Date Of Birth  :  19 October 1969
Position       :   Playmaking-Attacking Midfielder
Height         :  174 cm
Major Club   :  Boavista
Caps    :  57 Games
World Cup Participation  :   1994 (3 Games)
Club Honours       :   1 Time Portuguese League
International Honours    :   1997 Copa America Runner-Up
Individual Achievement  :   None
Class : Prince Silver





Victor Ugarte

Date Of Birth  :  5 May 1926
Position       :  Target Striker
Height         :   170 cm
Major Club   :  Bolivar
Caps       :   45 Games (16 Goals)
World Cup Participation  :   1950
Club Honours       :  2 Times Bolivian League
International Honours    :   1963 Copa America Winner
Individual Achievement  :    None
Class  : Prince Silver





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Positional Ranking Of Rest Of The Latin American Footballers

Goalkeeper
Side-Back
1. Ladislao Mazurkiewicz (Uruguay)
2. Jose Luis Chilavert (Paraguay)
3. Roque Maspoli (Uruguay)
4. Sergio Livingstone (Chile)
5. Antonio Carbajal (Mexico)
6. Andreas Mazali (Uruguay)
7. Rodolfo Rodriguez (Uruguay)
8. Roberto Rojas (Chile)
9. Julio Valdivieso (Peru)
10. Luis Gabelo Conejo (Costa Rica)
11. Oscar Cordoba (Colombia)
12. Jorge Campos (Mexico)
13. Jose Soriano (Peru)
14. Efrain Sanchez (Colombia)
15. Rene Higuita (Colombia)
16. Enrique Ballesteros (Uruguay)
17. Juan Honores (Peru) 

1. Victor Rodriguez Andrade (Uruguay)
2. Luis Eyzaguirre (Chile)
3. Schubert Gambetta (Uruguay)
4. Francisco Arce (Paraguay)
5. Ricardo Pavoni (Uruguay)
6. Omar Caetano (Uruguay)
7. Pablo Forlan (Uruguay)
8. Antonio Arias (Chile)
9. Nicolas Fuentes (Peru)
10. Ulises De La Cruz (Ecuador)
11. Jaime Duarte (Peru)
12. Ruben Diaz (Peru)

Center-Back
Defensive Midfielder
1. Elias Figueroa (Chile)
2. Hector Chumpitaz (Peru)
3. Jose Nasazzi (Uruguay)
4. Jose Santamaria (Uruguay)
5. Guillermo Delgado (Peru)
6. Julio Menledez (Peru)
7. Dario Pereyra (Uruguay)
8. Atilio Ancheta (Uruguay)
9. Carlos Gamarra (Paraguay)
10. Ivan Cordoba (Colombia) 
11. Alberto Quintano (Chile)
12. Hugo de Leon (Uruguay)
13. Paolo Montero (Uruguay)
14. Diego Godin (Uruguay)
15. Juan Lezcano (Paraguay)
16. Roberto Matosas (Uruguay)
17. William Martinez (Uruguay)
18. Eusebio Tejera (Uruguay)
19. Heriberto Herrera (Paraguay)
20. Rogelio Delgado (Paraguay)
21. Rafael Marquez (Mexico)
22. Henry Caicedo (Colombia)
23. Omar Caetano (Uruguay)
24. Gustavo Pena (Mexico)
25. Francisco Reyes (Paraguay) 
26. Mario Yepes (Colombia)
27. Jose Fernandez (Peru)

1. Jose Leandro Andrade (Uruguay)
2. Obdulio Varela (Uruguay)
3. Manuel Fleitas Solich (Paraguay)
4. Jose Velasquez (Peru)
5. Michele Andreolo (Uruguay)
6. Nestor Goncalves (Uruguay)
7. Victor Benitez (Peru)
8. Ruben Marcos (Chile)
9. Segundo Castillo (Peru)
10. David Pizarro (Chile)
11. Jaime Pizarro (Chile)
12. Ramiro Blaut (Bolivia)
13. Gilberto Yearwood (Honduras)
14. Raul Cardenas (Mexico)
15. Modesto Bria (Paraguay)
16. Leonel Alvarez (Colombia)
17. Alvaro Gestido (Uruguay)


Attacking Midfielder
Winger
1. Juan Alberto Schiaffino (Uruguay)
2. Teofilo Cubillas (Peru)
3. Enzo Francescoli (Uruguay)
4. Pedro Rocha (Uruguay)
5. Cesar Cueto (Peru)
6. Alberto Terry (Peru)
7. Julio Cesar Romero (Paraguay)
8. Carlos Valderrama (Colombia)
9. Anibal Ciocca (Uruguay)
10. Roberto Porta (Uruguay)
11. Francisco Valdes (Chile)
12. Pablo Bengoechea (Uruguay)
13. Ruben Paz (Uruguay)
14. Julio Cesar Uribe (Peru)
15. Roberto Challe (Peru)
16. Luis De La Fuente (Mexico)
17. Marco Etcheverry (Bolivia)
18. Ramon Mifflin (Peru)
19. Alberto Gallardo (Peru)
20. Jorge Arevena (Chile)
21. Erwin Sanchez (Bolivia)
22. Carlos Reinoso (Chile)
23. Alex Aguinaga (Ecuador)
24. Freddy Rincon (Colombia)

1. Juan Joya (Peru)
2. Leonel Sanchez (Chile)
3. Luis Cubilla (Uruguay)
4. Enrique Hormazabal (Chile)
5. Alexis Sanchez (Chile)
6. Alcides Ghiggia (Uruguay)
7. Willington Ortiz (Colombia)
8. Juan Seminario (Peru) 
9. Oscar Gomez Sanchez (Peru)
10. Isabelino Gradin (Uruguay)
11. Juan Jose Munante (Peru)
12. Juan Carlos Oblitas (Peru)
13. Luis Vargas Pena (Paraguay)
14. Julio Cesar Abbaddie (Uruguay)
15. GerĂ³nimo Barbadillo (Peru)
16. Norberto Solano (Peru)
17. Julio Cesar Morales (Uruguay)
18. Santos Udinaran (Uruguay)
19. Antonio Valencia (Ecuador)
20. Ramon Ramirez (Mexico)


Forward
Striker
1. Hector Scarone (Uruguay)
2. Luis Alberto Suarez (Uruguay)
3. Hugo Sotil (Peru)
4. Jose Piendibene (Uruguay)
5. Angel Romano (Uruguay) 
6. Aurelio Gonzalez (Paraguay)
7. Alejandro Morera (Costa Rica)
8. Carlos Caszely (Chile)
9. Walter Gomez (Uruguay)
10. Alvaro Recoba (Uruguay)
11. Ruben Sosa (Uruguay)
12. Alejandro Villanueva (Peru)
13. Pedro Pablo Leon (Peru)
14. Magico Gonzalez (EL Salvador)
15. Raul Toro  (Chile)  
16. Delio Gamboa (Colombia)
17. Delfin Benitez Caceres (Paraguay)
18. Jorge Alcade (Peru)
19. Antonio Alzamendi (Uruguay)
20. Pedro Cea (Uruguay)
21. George Robledo (Chile)
1. Arsenio Erico (Paraguay)
2. Hugo Sanchez (Mexico)
3. Alberto Spencer (Ecuador)
4. Pedro Petrone (Uruguay)
5. Fernando Morena (Uruguay)
6. Teodoro Fernandez (Peru)
7. Marcelo Salas (Chile)
8. Diego Forlan (Uruguay)
9. Valeriano Lopez (Peru)
10. Atilio Garcia (Uruguay)
11. Oscar Miguez (Uruguay)
12. Severino Varela (Uruguay)
13. Horacio Casarin (Mexico)
14. Radamel Falcao (Colombia)
15. Eulogio Martinez (Paraguay)
16. Ivan Zamorano (Chile)
17. Edinson Cavani (Uruguay)
18. Victor Ugarte (Bolivia)
19. Julio Cesar Dely Valdes (Panama)
20. Hector Castro (Uruguay)
21. Arnoldo Iguaran (Colombia)


 Manager

1. Oscar Washington Tabarez
2. Luis Cubilla
3. Francisco Maturana
4. Fernando Riera
5. Juan Lopez Fontana
6. Hugo Bagnulo
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Eras Greatest Rest of Latin American Footballers
10s : Jose Piendibene
20s : Hector Scarone (1st Half), Jose Leandro Andrade (2nd Half)
30s : Aurelio Gonzalez (1st Half), Arsenio Erico (2nd Half)
40s : Obdulio Verela (1st Half), Walter Gomez (2nd Half)
50s : Juan Schiaffino (1st Half),  Juan Joya (2nd Half)
60s : Alberto Spencer
70s : Teofilo Cubillas (1st Half), Elias Figueroa (2nd Half)
80s : Enzo Francescoli (1st Half), Hugo Sanchez (2nd Half)
90s : Enzo Francescoli (1st Half), Marcelo Salas (2nd Half)
2000s : Alvaro Recoba (1st Half), Diego Forlan (2nd Half)
2010s : Luis Suarez (1st Half)
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The Greatest Rest of Latin American Footballers of All-Time
1. Juan Schiaffino (Uruguay)
2. Teofilo Cubillas (Peru)
3. Enzo Francescoli (Uruguay)
4. Elias Figueroa (Chile)
5. Jose Leandro Andrade (Urguay)
6. Hector Scarone (Uruguay)
7. Luis Alberto Suarez (Uruguay)
8. Hector Chumpitaz (Peru)
9. Arsenio Erico (Paraguay)
10. Obdulio Varela (Uruguay)
11. Pedro Rocha (Uruguay)
12. Hugo Sanchez (Mexico)
13. Jose Nasazzi (Uruguay)
14. Jose Santamaria (Uruguay)
15. Cesar Cueto (Peru)
16. Juan Joya (Peru)
17. Alberto Spencer (Ecuador)
18. Victor Rodriguez Andrade (Uruguay)
19. Pedro Petrone (Uruguay)
20. Leonel Sanchez (Chile)
21. Fernando Morena (Uruguay)
22. Teodoro Fernandez (Peru)
23. Luis Cubilla (Uruguay)
24. Hugo Sotil (Peru)
25. Carlos Valderrama (Colombia)
26. Alberto Terry (Peru)
27. Enrique Hormazabal (Chile)
28. Manuel Freitas Solich (Paraguay)
29. Diego Forlan (Uruguay)
30. Julio Cesar Romero (Paraguay)
31. Alexis Sanchez (Chile)
32. Marcelo Salas (Chile)
33. Jose Piendibene (Uruguay)
34. Alcides Ghiggia (Uruguay)
35. Valeriano Lopez (Peru)
36. Willington Ortiz (Colombia)
37. Atilio Garcia (Uruguay)
38. Angel Romano (Uruguay)
39. Roque Maspoli (Uruguay)
40. Alejandro Morera (Costa Rica)
41. Aurelio Gonzalez (Paraguay)
42. Carlos Caszely (Chile)
43. Roberto Porta (Uruguay)
44. Francisco Valdes (Chile)
45. Oscar Miguez (Uruguay)
46. Anibal Ciocca (Uruguay)
47. Severino Varela (Uruguay)
48. Pablo Bengoechea (Uruguay)
49. Ruben Paz (Urugiay)
50. Alavro Recoba (Uruguay)



By Nation

Uruguay : 28
Peru : 8
Chile : 6
Paraguay : 4
Colombia : 2
Mexico : 1
Costa Rica : 1
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Rest of Latin American Footballers of The Year


1930
Jose Nasazzi
1931
Alejandro Villanueva
1932
Pedro Petrone
1933
Alejandro Morera
1934
Anibal Ciocca
1935
Jose Nasazzi
1936
Anibal Ciocca
1937
Arsenio Erico
1938
Arsenio Erico
1939
Arsenio Erico
1940
Teodoro Fernandez
1941
Teodoro Fernandez
1942
Obdulio Varela
1943
Obdulio Varela
1944
Obdulio Verela
1945
Attlio Garcia
1946
Attlio Garcia
1947
Schubert Gambetta
1948
Walter Gomez
1949
Obdulio Varela
1950
Juan Schiaffino
1951
Valeriano Lopez
1952
Juan Schiaffino
1953
Juan Schiaffino
1954
Jose Santamaria
1955
Juan Schiaffino
1956
Enrique Hormazabal
1957
Alberto Terry
1958
Jose Santamaria
1959
Leonel Sanchez
1960
Jose Santamaria
1961
Alberto Spencer
1962
Alberto Spencer
1963
Pedro Rocha
1964
Juan Joya
1965
Pedro Rocha
1966
Pedro Rocha
1967
Pedro Rocha
1968
Ladislao Mazurkiewicz
1969
Hector Chumpitaz
1970
Teofilo Cubillas
1971
Hector Chumpitaz
1972
Teofilo Cubillas
1973
Hugo Sotil
1974
Elias Figueroa
1975
Teofilo Cubillas
1976
Elias Figueroa
1977
Hugo Sotil
1978
Teofilo Cubillas
1979
Julio Cesar Romero
1980
Cesar Cueto
1981
Cesar Cueto
1982
Julio Cesar Uribe
1983
Enzo Francescoli
1984
Enzo Francescoli
1985
Enzo Francescoli
1986
Hugo Sanchez
1987
Hugo Sanchez
1988
Hugo Sanchez
1989
Enzo Francescoli
1990
Hugo Sanchez
1991
Ivan Zamorano
1992
Enzo Francescoli
1993
Carlos Valderrama
1994
Erwin Sanchez
1995
Enzo Francescoli
1996
Jose Luis Chilavert
1997
Marcelo Salas
1998
Marcelo Salas
1999
Alvaro Recoba
2000
Alvaro Recoba
2001
Claudio Pizarro
2002
Francisco Arce
2003
David Pizarro
2004
David Pizarro
2005
Diego Forlan
2006
Rafael Marquez
2007
Diego Forlan
2008
Luis Alberto Suarez
2009
Diego Forlan
2010
Diego Forlan
2011
Luis Alberto Suarez
2012
Radamel Falcao
      2013   Luis Alberto Suarez
      2014   Luis Alberto Suarez
      2015   Luis Alberto Suarez
      2016.  Luis Alberto Suarez



By Nation

Uruguay : 44
Peru : 18
Chile : 9
Paraguay : 6
Mexico : 5
Colombia : 2

Ecuador : 2
Costa Rica : 1



4 comments:

  1. Anonymous3/4/17

    Severino Varela isn't on the list of strikers.

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  2. Anonymous3/4/17

    You put Severino Varela as the best player of the 1st Half of 40s but then you put Obdulio varela as the best player of 1942,1943 and 1944. I think that you made a mistake and confuse the two Varelas.

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