Interesting Facts About Olympics – Argentinian Football

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Argentina won the silver decoration in football in the Olympic Games in 1928. The players Olympic were: Ludovico Bidoglio, Angel Bossio, Saul Calandra, Alfredo Carricaberry, Roberto Cherro, Octavio Diaz, Juan Evatristo, Manuel Ferreira, Enrique Gainzarain, Alfredo Herman, Segundo Luna, Angel Segundo Medici, Luis Monti, Pedro Ochoa, Rodolfo Orlandini, Raimundo Orsi, Fernando Patenoster, Adolfo Zumelzu, Luis Weihmuller, Domingo Tarasconi, Natalio Perinetti, Feliciano Preeduca.

Argentina-it is multiple times the size of France-qualified for the quarter-finals of the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea.

This Latin American won the FIFA U-20 World Championship in Tokyo (Japan) in 1979. Under the authority of Diego Armando Maradona, most popular as "Pelusa", Argentina crushed the USSR/Soviet Union (presently Russia) 3-1. Ramon Diaz (Argentine player) was a top scorer and won the "Brilliant Shoe". His comrades, Maradona, likewise was granted the Golden Ball.

Argentina won the bronze award at the 1975 Pan American Games in Mexico City. Under the bearing of Cesar Menotti, Argentina crushed Costa Rica 3-0. The players were: Ricardo Alonso, Pablo de las Mercedes, Jose Luis Ceballos, Aldo Espinoza, Pedro Evaristo Farias, Pedro Agustin Fernandez, Sergio Fortunato, Americo Gallego, Luis Galvan, Eduardo Marillack, Manuel Pereyra, Carlos Suarez, Carlos Salinas, Jorge Salas, Juan Cesar Silva, Daniel Valencia, Jose Santiago Tello, Alberto Vivalda.

This South American country won the FIFA U-20 World Cup - for the third time-in 2001. The Latin American nation brought down Ghana 3-0 in the last.

This nation has renowned Olympic players: Luis Islas (Olympic player in 1988), Javier Saviola (Olympic gold medalist, 2004), Sergio Romero Olympic player in 2008), Carlos Tevez (Olympic gold medalist, 2004), Pablo Zabaleta (Olympic player in 2008), Hernan Crespo (Olympic silver medalist, 1996), Jose Sosa (Olympic player in 2008), Diego Simeone (Olympic silver medalist, 1996), Lionel Messi (Olympic player in 2008), Roberto Ayala (Olympic silver medalist, 1996/Olympic gold medalist, 2004), Sergio Aguero (Olympic player in 2008).

Argentina won the gold award in soccer in the Pan American Games in Dallas (Texas,USA) in 1937.

In 1977, Diego Armando Maradona was one of the best most youthful players on the planet. In any case, he didn't meet all requirements for the 1978 World Cup in Buenos Aires (Argentina).Why? Cesar Luis Menotti (mentor) said: "I revealed to him that he would be incredible, extremely extraordinary. However, he was unable to bear the blow. He cried like a kid". Under the bearing of Cesar Luis Menotti, Argentina won the FIFA World Cup in 1978. Diego was brought into the world on October 30, 1960 in Villa Fiorito, Buenos Aires. บาคาร่า ฝาก ถอน ไม่มีขั้นต่ำ

Like Brazil, Germany and Italy, Argentina is perhaps the best group on the planet.

Recorded outcomes:

1921: America Cup-first spot

1925:America Cup-first spot

1927: America Cup-first spot

1929: America Cup-first spot

1930:FIFA World Cup-second spot

1934: FIFA World Cup-tenth spot

1937:America Cup-first spot

1941: America Cup-first spot

1945: America Cup-first spot

1946: America Cup-first spot

1947: America Cup-first spot

1951: Pan American Games-first spot (gold decoration)

1955: Pan American Games-first spot (gold decoration); America Cup-first spot

1957: America Cup-first spot

1958: FIFA World Cup-13rd spot

1959: Pan American Games-first spot (gold decoration); America Cup-first spot

1962: FIFA World Cup-tenth spot

1963: Pan American Games-second spot (silver decoration)

1966: FIFA World Cup-fifth spot

1971:Pan American Games-first spot (gold decoration)

1974: FIFA World Cup-second spot

1975: Pan American Games-third spot (bronze decoration)

1978: FIFA World Cup-first spot

1979: FIFA U-20 World Cup-first spot

1982: FIFA World Cup-eleventh spot

1983: FIFA U-20 World Cup-first spot

1986: FIFA World Cup-first spot

1987: Pan American Games-third spot (bronze decoration)

1990: FIFA World Cup-second spot

1991: FIFA U-17 World Championship-third spot

1994: FIFA World Cup-tenth spot

1995:Pan American Games-first spot (gold decoration); FIFA U-20 World Cup-first spot; FIFA U-17 World Championship-third spot

1996: Olympic Games-second spot (silver decoration)

1998: FIFA World Cup-fifth spot

2001: FIFA U-20 World Cup-first spot; FIFA U-17 World Championship-fourth spot

2003: Pan American Games-first spot (gold decoration); FIFA U-20 World Cup-fourth spot; FIFA U-17 World Championship-third spot

2004: Olympic Games-first spot (gold decoration)

2005: FIFA U-20 World Cup-first spot

2007: FIFA U-20 World Cup-first spot.

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