Iberia Union

Iberia zone consists of Spain and Portugal that share area in Iberian peninsulas. Historically, it was exist as a nation of Iberia union between 1580 and 1640. Iberian Cup was a club competition between either of league or cup champion of each nation, was unofficially first held in 1935 and secondly held in 1983. Until 2005, it was officially played only four games. 

Iberia

Location     :  South-Western Europe
European Championship Participation :
9 Times (1964, 1980, 1984, 1988, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012)
World Cup Participation :  13 Times (1934, 1950, 1962, 1966, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010)
Achievement  :     1966 FIFA World Cup Third Place
2010 FIFA World Cup Champion
3 Times European Championship Winners (1964, 2008, 2012)
2 Times European Championship Runner-Up (1984, 2004)
Most Caps  :  Luis Figo (127 Games)    
Top Scorer : David Villa (56 Goals)
The Greatest Player Ever :  Eusebio

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                                         All-Time Iberian Squad

Goalkeeper
Defender
Midfielder
Forward
Ricardo Zamora
(Spain)
Iker Casillas
(Spain)
Joan Segarra
(Spain)
Jose Camacho
(Spain)
Carles Puyol
(Spain)
Rafael Gordillo
(Spain)
Jacinto Quincoces
(Spain)
Fernando Hierro
(Spain)
Germano
(Portugal)
Jose Pirri
(Spain)
Xavi Hernandez
(Spain)
Mario Coluna
(Portugal)
Luis Suarez
Miramontes(Spain)
Rui Costa
(Portugal)
Luis Figo
(Portugal)
Francisco Gento
(Spain)

Paolo Futre (Portugal)
Cristiano Ronaldo
(Portugal)
Raul Gonzalez
(Spain)
Eusebio
(Portugal)
Telmo Zarra
(Spain)
Fernando Peyroteo
(Portugal)

Manager : Vicente Del Bosque (Spain)
Stadium : Camp Nou (Spain)



Formation XI (4-4-1-1)




Explain of Formation



The defensive line is the same as that of Spain.  Luis Figo, C.Ronaldo and Eusebio are three Portuguese in this formation. 


Statistics

By Decade
By Nation
1910s : -
1920s : -
1930s : 2
1940s : 2
1950s : 2
1960s : 5
1970s : 1
1980s : 3
1990s : 3
2000s : 3
2010s : 1
Spain : 14
Portugal : 8

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Positional Ranking of Iberian Footballers

Goalkeeper
Side-Back
Center-Back
1. Ricardo Zamora
2. Iker Casillas
3. Jose Angel Iribar
4. Andoni Zubizarreta
5. Antonio Ramallets  
6. Luis Arconada
7. Manuel Bento
8. Vitor Baia
9. Paco Buyo
10. Santiago Canizares
11. Vitor Damas
12. Joao Azevedo
13. Costa Parreira
14. Francisco Urruticoechea
15. Salvador Sadurni
16. Carlos Gomes

1. Jose Antonio Camacho
2. Joan Segarra
3. Rafael Gordillo
4. Arthur Correia
5. Hilario
6. Joao Pinto
8. Feliciano Rivilla
9. Jose Maria Zarraga
10. Miguel Chendo
11. Sergi Barjuan
12. Alvaro Cardoso
13. Jose Bosingwa
14. Augusto Inacio
15. Paulo Ferreira
16. Miguel Montero
17. Manuel Sanchis Martinez
18. Virgilio Mendes
19. Albert Ferrer
20. Michel Salgado
21. Marquinhos
22. Joaquin Navarro
23. Dameciano Cavem
24. Julio Cesar Benitez
25.Antonio Veloso
26. Arseir De Horno
27. Jordi Alba


1. Jacinto Quincoces
2. Fernando Hierro
3. Germano
4. Carles Puyol
5. Sergio Ramos
6. Humberto Coelho
7. Jose Migueli 
8. Jesus Garay Vecino
9. Ricardo Carvalho
10. Pepe
11. Antonio Maceda
12. Fernando Couto
13. Ferran Olivella
14. Vicente Lucas
15. Miguel Angel Nadal
16. Andoni Goycoetxea
17. Gregorio Benito
18. Manuel Sanchis
19. Agustin Guisalosa
20. Abelardo Fernandez
21. Rafael Alkorta
22. Gerard Pique
23. Jose Carlos
24. Jorge Andrade

Defensive Midfielder
Attacking Midfielder
Winger
1. Jose Pirri
2. Joseph Guardiola
3. Xabi Alonso
4. Paulo Sousa
5. Victor Munoz
6. Jose Belauste
7. Jose Maria Pedroto
8.  Marti Verges
9. Juan Senor
10. Ignacio Zoco
11. Carlos Cenario
12. Antonio Casanova
13. Donato Gama Da Silva
14. Marcos Senna
15. Sergio Busquete
16. Ruben Baraja
17. Toni
18. Tiago
19. Leonardo Cilaurren
20. Ivan Helguera
21. Vicente Engonga


1. Luis Suarez Miramontes
2. Xavi Hernandez
3. Mario Coluna
4. Andreas Iniesta
5. Rui Costa
6. Jose Travassoss
7. Cesc Fabrekas
8. Deco
9. Luis Enrique
10. Luis Del Sol
11. Gaizka Mendieta
12. Joseph Samitier
13. Cosme Damaio
14. Juan Manuel Asensi
15. Jaime Graca
16. Joao Alves
17. Juan Carlos Valeron
18. Antonio Oliveira
19. Rafael Vazquez
20. Julen Guerrero
21. Carlos Manuel
22. Jose Luis Caminero
23. Jose Bakero
24. Manuel Velaquez
25. Rui Barros
26. Martin Vazquez
27. Adelardo
28. Ivan De La Pena

1.Luis Figo       
2. Francisco Gento
3. Amancio Amaro
4. Estanislao Basora
5. Michel Gonzalez
6. Jose Augusto
7. Paolo Futre
8. David Silva      
9. Agustin Gainza
10. Fernando Chalana
11. Rogerio Pipi
12. Albano Parreira
13. Anotonio Simoes
14. Jesus Correia
15. Enrique Collar       
16. Jose Ufarte 
17. Guihermo Epirito Santo
18. Nani
19. Juan Arza Enigo
20. Carlos Lapetra
21. Joaquin Sanchez
22. Carlos Rexach
23. Simaes
24. Joseba Etxeberria
25. Ricardo Quaresma

Forward
Striker
Manager

1. Cristiano Ronaldo
2. Raul Gonzalez
3. Emilio Butragueno
4. Joaquin Peiro
5. Pinga
6. Antonio Araujo
7. Valdemar Mota
8. Hernani
9. Joao Vieira Pinto
10. Rui Jordao


1. Eusebio       
2. Telmo Zarra
3. Fernando Peyroteo
4. David Villa
5. Isidro Langara
6. Jose Aguas
7. Fernando Torres
8. Lucas Matetau
9. Mundo        
10. Carlos Santillana
11. Cesar Rodriguez
12. Quini
13. Nuno Gomes
14. Pahino
15. Pedro Pauleta
16. Rafael Pichichi
17. Tamagnini Nene
18. Fernando Gomes
19. Dani Ruiz Bazan
20. Fernando Morientes


1. Vicente Del Bosque
2. Jose Mourinho
3. Miguel Munoz
4. Jose Villalonga
5. Rafael Benitez



Eras Greatest Iberian Footballers

10s : -
20s : Josep Samitier (1st Half), Ricardo Zamora (2nd Half)
30s : Ricardo Zamora (1st Half), Isidro Langara (2nd Half)
40s : Fernando Peyroteo (1st Half), Telmo Zarra (2nd Half)
50s : Estanislao Basora (1st Half), Luis Suarez Miramontes (2nd Half)
60s : Eusebio
70s : Jose Pirri
80s : Jose Antonio Camacho (1st Half), Emilio Butragueno (2nd Half)
90s : Joseph Guardiola (1st Half), Luis Figo (2nd Half)
00s : Raul Gonzalez (1st Half), Cristiano Ronaldo (2nd Half)
10s : Cristiano Ronaldo (1st Half)
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The Greatest Iberian Footballers of All-Time

1. Eusebio
2. Cristiano Ronaldo
3. Luis Suarez Miramontes
4. Luis Figo
5. Francisco Gento
6. Andres Iniesta
7. Xavi Hernandez
8. Ricardo Zamora
9. Jose Pirri
10. Telmo Zarra
11. Mario Coluna
12. Iker Casillas
13. Raul Gonzalez
14. Amancio Amaro
15. Fernando Peyroteo
16. Estanislao Basora
17. Rui Costa
18. Isidro Langara
19. Michel Gonzalez
20. Jacinto Quincoces
21. Fernando Hierro
22. Xabi Alonso
23. David Villa
24. Emilio Butragueno
25. Jose Angel Iribar
26. Jose Travassoss
27. Jose Augusto
28. Cesc Fabrekas
29. Deco
30. Jose Antonio Camacho
31. Paolo Futre
32. Joseph Guardiola
33. Luis Enrique
34. Antonio Ramallets
35. Andoni Zubizarreta
36. Jose Aguas
37. Gaizka Mendieta
38. Fernando Chalana
39. Humberto Coelho
40. Luis De Sol


By Nation

Spain : 26
Portugal : 14
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Iberian Footballer of The Year

1930
Ricardo Zamora
1931
Jacinto Quincoces
1932
Ricardo Zamora
1933
Ricardo Zamora
1934
Isidro Langara
1935
Isidro Langara
1936
Pinga
1937
Pinga
1938
Fernando Peyroteo
1946
Telmo Zarra
1947
Jose Travassos
1948
Jose Travassos
1949
Augustin Gainza
1950
Telmo Zarra
1951
Jose Aguas
1952
Estanislao Basora
1953
Estanislao Basora
1954
Antonio Ramallets
1955
Matateu
1956
Jesus Garay Vecino
1957
Mario Coluna
1958
Francisco Gento
1959
Luis Suarez
1960
Luis Suarez
1961
Luis Suarez
1962
Mario Coluna
1963
Eusebio
1964
Luis Suarez
1965
Eusebio
1966
Eusebio
1967
Eusebio
1968
Eusebio
1969
Amancio
1970
Jose Angel Iribar
1971
Jose Pirri
1972
Jaime Graca
1973
Eusebio
1974
Humberto Coelho
1975
Juan Manuel Asensi
1976
Jose Pirri
1977
Jose Pirri
1978
Humberto Coelho
1979
Carlos Santillana
1980
Rafael Gordillo
1981
Jose Camacho
1982
Rafael Gordillo
1983
Migueli
1984
Fernando Chalana
1985
Michel Gonzalez
1986
Emilio Butragueno
1987
Paolo Futre
1988
Michel Gonzalez
1989
Paolo Futre
1990
Andoni Zubizarreta
1991
Emilio Butragueno
1992
Fernando Hierro
1993
Fernando Hierro
1994
Fernando Hierro
1995
Rui Costa
1996
Paolo Sousa
1997
Luis Enrique
1998
Rui Costa
1999
Luis Figo
2000
Luis Figo
2001
Luis Figo
2002
Raul Gonzalez
2003
Luis Figo
2004
Deco
2005
Xabi Alonso
2006
Deco
2007
Cristiano Ronaldo
2008
Cristiano Ronaldo
2009
Cristiano Ronaldo
2010
Andres Iniesta
2011
Cristiano Ronaldo
2012
Cristiano Ronaldo  
     2013    Cristiano Ronaldo
     2014 : Cristiano Ronaldo
     2015 : Cristiano Ronaldo 
     2016 : Cristiano Ronaldo

By Nation

Spain : 43
Portugal : 34

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous13/10/16

    I am not sure of Benitez's managing style.

    ReplyDelete