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 C.A. San Lorenzo 1968-1972 | Los Matadores 
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San Lorenzo de Almagro 1968-1972
"Los Matadores"


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C.A. SAN LORENZO 1968-1969:

Standing: Villar, Buttice, Albrecht, Rosl, Calics, Veira, Tim
Bended: Rendo, Telch, González, Fischer, Cocco



COACHES:

:BRA: TIM (1967-1969)
:ARG: Manuel GIÚDICE (1969)
:ARG: Pedro DELLACHA (1969-1970)
:ARG: Rogelio DOMÍNGUEZ (1971)
:CHI: Andrés PRIETO (1972)
:ARG: Miguel IGNOMIRIELLO (1972)
:ARG: Juan Carlos LORENZO (1972-1973)


GOALKEEPERS:

:ARG: Carlos BUTTICE
:ARG: Agustín IRUSTA


DEFENDERS:

:ARG: José ALBRECHT
:ARG: Oscar CALICS
:ARG: Rubén GLARÍA
:ARG: Ramón HEREDIA

:ARG: Ricardo REZZA
:ARG: Antonio ROSL
:ARG: Juan SCONFIANZA
:URU: Sergio VILLAR


MIDFIELDERS:

:ARG: Enrique CHAZARRETA
:ARG: Victorio COCCO
:ARG: Roberto ESPÓSITO
:SPA: Antonio GARCÍA AMEIJENDA
:ARG: Alberto RENDO
:ARG: Roberto TELCH
:ARG: Miguel Ángel TOJO


FORWARDS:

:ARG: Rubén AYALA
:ARG: Luciano FIGUEROA
:ARG: Rodolfo FISCHER
:ARG: Pedro Alexis GONZÁLEZ
:ARG: José SANFILIPPO
:ARG: Héctor SCOTTA

:ARG: Carlos VEGLIO


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RESERVES:
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GOALKEEPERS:

:ARG: Ángel ACUÑA
:ARG: Jorge D'ALESSANDRO
:ARG: Luis KADIJEVICH
:ARG: Raúl SAND
:ARG: Néstor VERDERI

DEFENDERS:

:ARG: Miguel Ángel BORDÓN
:ARG: Víctor Hugo DORIA
:ARG: Oscar GATTO
:ARG: Rolando GRAMARI
:ARG: Raúl GUERREÑO
:ARG: Jorge ISAMAT
:ARG: José MAGLIOLO
:ARG: Ricardo MALETTI
:ARG: Jorge OLGUÍN
:ARG: Alejandro PÁEZ
:ARG: Juan Carlos PIRIS
:URU: Hugo RIVERO
:ARG: Julio SUÁREZ
:ARG: Pedro VILLALBA


MIDFIELDERS:

:ARG: Abraham AMADO
:ARG: Carlos BALBOA
:ARG: Pablo CÁCERES
:ARG: Carlos GALLARD
:ARG: Ricardo GARCÍA
:ARG: José María MARTÍNEZ
:ARG: Héctor PITARCH
:ARG: Oscar RODRÍGUEZ
:ARG: Horacio SALINAS
:ARG: Ramón SOTOMAYOR
:ARG: Héctor VEIRA


FORWARDS:

:ARG: Rubén AGÜERO
:ARG: Raúl Eduardo BRESOLI
:ARG: Juan CHAPARRO
:ARG: Darío DELGADO
:ARG: Abel FONTANA
:ARG: Juan José IRIGOYEN
:ARG: Edgardo MASSACESI
:ARG: Oscar ORTIZ
:ARG: Salvador PASINI
:ARG: Julio PÉREZ
:ARG: Claudio PREMICI
:ARG: Hugo PROMANZIO


FORMATIONS:

Campeonato Metropolitano 1968:
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GK BUTTICE ©
LB ROSL
CB ALBRECHT
CB CALICS
RB VILLAR
CMF COCCO
DMF TELCH
CMF RENDO
AMF VEGLIO
CF FISCHER
CF GONZÁLEZ

Captain: Carlos Buttice
Short free kick: Carlos Veglio
Long free kick: Carlos Veglio
Free kick 2: Pedro González
Right corner: Pedro González
Left corner: Pedro González
Penalty: Rafael Albrecht

Campeonato Metropolitano 1972:
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GK IRUSTA
LB ROSL ©
CB REZZA
CB HEREDIA
RB GLARÍA
LMF CHAZARRETA
CMF TELCH
CMF GARCÍA AMEIJENDA
RMF ESPÓSITO
CF AYALA
CF SCOTTA

Captain: Antonio Rosl
Short free kick: Héctor Scotta
Long free kick: Roberto Telch
Free kick 2: Enrique Chazarreta
Right corner: Antonio García Ameijenda
Left corner: Antonio García Ameijenda
Penalty: Héctor Scotta

Campeonato Nacional 1972:
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GK IRUSTA
LB ROSL ©
CB REZZA
CB HEREDIA
RB VILLAR
LMF CHAZARRETA
CMF TELCH
CMF COCCO
RMF ESPÓSITO
CF AYALA
CF FIGUEROA

Captain: Antonio Rosl
Short free kick: Enrique Chazarreta
Long free kick: Roberto Telch
Free kick 2: Luciano Figueroa
Right corner: Enrique Chazarreta
Left corner: Enrique Chazarreta
Penalty: Enrique Chazarreta

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HONOURS:

Campeonato Metropolitano: 1968, 1972
Campeonato Nacional: 1972

HOME & AWAY KITS: -

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From 1968 to 1974, San Lorenzo had the best years in their history in terms of football. In that period, El Ciclón won four first-division titles, one in 1968, twice in 1972, and the last in 1974.

"Los Matadores" is the nickname given to the San Lorenzo team that became undefeated champions of the Metropolitan Tournament in 1968. This team is not only remembered for its elegance and good play but also for having been the first undefeated champion of Argentine football in the professional era. Throughout the tournament, the team had 16 wins and 8 draws; and scored 49 goals in contrast to the 12 they received. The top goalscorer of the tournament was Rodolfo "El Lobo" Fischer, with 13 goals. Fischer was once again the tournament's top scorer in the 1969 Torneo Nacional, with 14 goals, a tournament in which San Lorenzo would finish in 2nd place.

Between the championships of '68 and '72, San Lorenzo would finish fifth in the Metropolitan Tournament in 1969 and 1971 and third in 1970. While in the National Tournament, they would be runner-ups in 1969 and 1971 and fourth place in 1970.

Finally, in 1972, they would achieve another record. For the first time in the history of Argentine football, a team won two tournaments in the same year. San Lorenzo won the 1972 Torneo Metropolitano and the 1972 Torneo Nacional, undefeated like in 1968. The top goalscorer for the team in both tournaments was Rubén Ayala, with 15 goals in the Metropolitan Tournament, and 8 goals in the National Tournament.


Last edited by Nacho1605 on Tue May 21, 2024 2:15 am, edited 1 time in total.



Fri Jan 05, 2024 6:49 am
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As I'm planning of creating this famous squad for PES 21, I managed to extract main 23 players during this exact era (to keep the forum standard sort of), based on appearances from:
https://www.historical-lineups.com/wp-c ... 1/1972.pdf
https://www.historical-lineups.com/wp-c ... 1/1971.pdf
https://www.historical-lineups.com/wp-c ... 1/1970.pdf
https://www.historical-lineups.com/wp-c ... 1/1969.pdf
https://www.historical-lineups.com/wp-c ... 1/1968.pdf


Goalkeepers:
Buttice, Irusta

Defenders:
Villar, Albrecht, Calics, Rosl, Rezza, Heredia, Glaria, (Sconfianza?)

Midfielders:
Telch, Rendo, Cocco, Chazaretta, R.Esposito, Tojo, Ameijenda

Forwards:
P. Gonzalez, Fischer, Veglio, Ayala, Scotta, Sanfilippo, (Figueroa?)

- 3rd GK is definitely D'Alessandro (however in reserves)
- Veira, while being a historically important figure, played only 11 and 9 matches in 1968 and 1969 respectively (I would probably create him in the game though :D )
- Figueroa is added just based on the appearances in 1972 (18 in total), but could be omitted from the 1st team and Veira input instead of him
- Sconfianza can potentially be left in the 1st team (15 in 68', 38 in 69')
- Maletti, Piris, Irigoyen can all be left out
- Oscar Ortiz played 4 matches in 71' and 3 matches in 72' (he did appear as a sub in the last match), but i think he was more important for 1974, so I'd put him in reserves


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Thanks for your input! I updated the team with your suggestions.

I actually forgot to check that source while making this team so I'll try and update set piece takers meanwhile.


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