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Las imágenes que construyeron la grandeza de América del Sur

El fútbol de América del Sur se construyó con generaciones de futbolistas y dirigentes que catapultaron al bien llamado “continente del fútbol”, al primer mundo de la excelencia.

Nadie podrá discutir la contribución de Sudamérica en el desarrollo del balompié universal, con personajes célebres, que peldaño a peldaño alcanzaron notoriedad, en base al sacrificio e integridad, constituyéndose en mensajeros del juego limpio, desde siempre…

CONMEBOL.com rinde su homenaje a miles de hombres y mujeres que con devoción tributaron, en el día a día, el más genuino sentimiento de pertenencia, exhortando la magnanimidad del fútbol como herramienta de convivencia pacífica, respeto y solidaridad y mejor calidad de vida entre los seres humanos.

1969. Club Nacional of Montevideo in an album of players in the traditional 2-3-5 formation.
Mario Griguol, right winger for Wanderers, on the cover of the Estadio magazine of Santiago, Chile.
1969. Class, strength and courage. Saturnino Arrúa, star of Cerro Porteño and historic Paraguayan footballer.
1969. Brazilian Orlando Fantoni, coach of Deportivo Italia. Freddie Ellie, who was under his command in Italy in the campaigns of '67 and '69, defined him as "someone who marked an era in Venezuelan football."
An Estudiantes goal against Universidad Catolica in La Plata. Celebrating are Cristian Rudzky and Eduardo Flores.
César Mario Jacquet, a great player for Cerro Porteño, also had a long career in Spain. After his playing days he became a coach.
1969. Colombian referee Oscar Delgado led the second final between Estudiantes and Nacional, in La Plata.
1969. Universidad Católica strikers: Esteban Varas, Juan Barrales, Juan Carlos Samari, Sergio Messen and Alberto Fouillioux.
1969. Iroldo Rodrígues de Oliveira, Brazilian left winger of Deportivo Cali. He scored 13 goals in 13 years.
Unión Magdalena in 1968 became the first team in the Colombian Caribbean Coast to be champion of the country. The club from the city of Santa Marta thus earned their ticket to the Libertadores in 1969, the only one they ever played in.
1969. Cerro Porteño 0 Universidad Católica 0. A match played at the stadium in Puerto Sajonia, the great coliseum of Paraguayan football.
1969. Santiago Wanderers, the team that Chileans christened "Los panzers". Standing: L. Acevedo, M. Canelo, E. Herrera, V. Cantatore, M. Ulloa, J. Olivares. Kneeling: J. Torres, E. Porcel de Peralta, R. Bonano, M. Griguol, R. Hoffmann.
1969. Ramón Mifflin, excellent central midfielder of Sporting Cristal, Peru. High-class midfielder, skillful, intelligent, controller of the game, praised by Pele his teammate with the Cosmos.
1969. Bolívar from La Paz, Bolivian club with most appearances in the Copa Libertadores: 26. Standing: M. Grimaldo, G. Villarreal, L. Cayo, R. Valenzuela, M. Rojas, R. Párraga. Kneeling: R. Blacut, L. Sciacia, R. Rada, E. Tercilla, P. Maldonado.
1968. Mariano Mangano, president of Estudiantes de La Plata when the club reached the top of America and the world. He built many buildings in La Plata. He was the driving force behind the premises of the institution in City Bell.
Haílton Correa de Arruda, known as Manga, was a star goalkeeper for Nacional. He is the Brazilian with most appearances in the Cup: 72.
1969. The striking line of Venezuela's Deportivo Italia: Mario Mateo, Augusto Nitti, Wilson de Almeida, José Alves and Luis Mendoza (with his son Luis Enrique).
1968. Palmeiras strikers: Suingue, Tupázinho, Servilio, Ademir Da Guía and Rinaldo.