The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

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The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The last tribute to Carrizo. / JUAN MABROMATA / Getty Images

He is the player with the most presences in the Millionaire. The archer got ten titles in 522 games played. I remind him – among other things – for the 769 minutes that he was without conceding goals.

Unfortunately, his management as president of the institution overshadowed what he achieved both as a DT and as a player. But even so, its performance with The band: lifted seven trophies in 259 PJ. He is considered the best defender of Argentine soccer.

The left-back most related to the Argentine National Team, also made history in River. Between 1996 and 1999, played 131 games and won six trophies -Copa Libertadores ’96 included-.

Between 1989 and 2001, the Ant disputed 422 games and won ten titles. He is one of the most winning footballers in the history of the Millionaire.

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

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The Black He is the most winning player in the history of the entity of Núñez at the local level. Between 1989 and 1999, he won ten league titles and two international tournaments. Owner of the midfield.

The Cabezón arrived at Núñez directly from Boca Juniors. Still, he managed to win the hearts of the fans: from 1985/88, he played more than a hundred games and raised four trophies.

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The Beto honored at El Monumental. / Gabriel Rossi / Getty Images

Lefty, winner and from the house. The Beto He was in charge of breaking it against Boca Juniors and being the champion of absolutely everything: nine titles, from the League to Libertadores and from the Cup to the Intercontinental. 420 games played, 160 goals.

Jota Jota, the man who wrote the manual for the classic No. 8. More than 400 matches with The band and six titles, numbers impossible to erase despite having led the team that descended for the first time in the history of the Millionaire.

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

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The top scorer in Argentine football and a member of the Machine River’s 1940s. Boca’s father in the Superclásicos. Fan of the Millo. The man who ended the 18-year drought without titles when he took over as DT. A hero.

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

I love you until the end of our lives, Burrito. / RAMON CAVALLO / Getty Images

He cheered a disastrous stretch in the history of River for his charisma and, of course, his technical skills. He won six titles with La Banda and broke dozens of hips in each brake and snatch that characterized him. The Burrito, a guy loved by all.

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

The ideal 11 in the history of River Plate

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The Prince is the top foreign scorer -he was born in Uruguay- of the Millionaire with 137 annotations. Between its two cycles (1983 / 86-1994 / 97) it garnered seven titles. The elegance of his game is dying out in postmodern football.