The club won another league title in 1955 leaving Barcelona again in the second place of the table. Di Stéfano played on the first match on 20 August, but on 24 August the Argentine champion was kidnapped by the National Liberation Armed Forces of Venezuela in the Potomac hotel in Caracas, and was released by them three days later, unharmed. Real Madrid faced Helenio Herrera's Inter Milan in the final. [10][29], A Spanish movie entitled Real, La Película (Real, The Movie), which recounted these events, was released on 25 August 2005. In the quarter-finals of the 1958 Champions Cup, Real Madrid faced Sevilla FC, humiliating their opponents in the first leg in Madrid with an 8-0 victory, where Di Stéfano scored four goals. Di Stéfano, who kept himself in excellent condition, excelled during his games and led Millonarios to a second title in 1951, leaving runners-up Boca Juniors de Cali 11 points behind at the final table. Real Madrid vs. Atlético de Madrid juegan por la fecha 13 de Liga Santander en el estadio Alfredo di Stéfano. The tournament was called Bodas de Oro, but once Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu heard about the new powerhouse in South America, Real Madrid cancelled the invitation to River Plate and invited the Colombians as the South American representative. Dieser Frage nimmt sich der Fußball-Podcast falscheredn an und behandelt in mehreren Episoden unterschiedliche Kandidaten. Blood Red: Caoimhin Kelleher Starts | Paul Gorst with the Liverpool team to take on Ajax Liverpool Echo; In the 2013–14 season, three key players Nacho, Álvaro Morata and Jesé were promoted to the first team, and then Castilla was relegated in the last matchday after being defeated by Real Murcia in the last match of the season. Di Stéfano refused Bernabéu's proposal and he moved to Real Espanyol. The stands of the Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium were full as Zinedine Zidane took control of training for the first time as Real Madrid coach. Di Stéfano played international football mostly for Spain after moving to Madrid, but he also played for Argentina and Colombia. [6][7][8][9] He is best known for his achievements with Real Madrid, where he was instrumental in the club's domination of the European Cup and La Liga during the 1950s. As Real Madrid did not win the title in the previous season, president Santiago Bernabéu, who also served as the vice-president of the competition, came up with the idea that the Champions Cup winner had the right to register for the next edition to defend the victory even if it had lost the championship. During the 1959–1960 season, the Madrilenos signed the Brazilian midfielder Didi who was a World Cup winner, the best player of the 1958 FIFA World Cup and former teammate of Garrincha and Pelé. Di Stéfano scored five more goals during the championship - including his first hat-trick against Colombia - as Argentina successfully defended the title they had won the previous year on home soil.[25]. In the league he was again the top scorer with 24 goals, but despite that, Athletic Bilbao won the tournament ahead of Barça and Real. ... Caoimhin Kelleher Starts | Paul Gorst with the Liverpool team to take on Ajax The reserves produced other quality players, including Juan Mata and Álvaro Negredo. He finished 6th in the 1961 Ballon d'Or in December. Real Madrid won the final with a 3–2 comeback win, and the Argentinian finished the tournament as the top scorer with 10 goals. In February 1948, champions River Plate participated in the inaugural South American Championship of Champions in Santiago facing the other South American champions, finishing second behind Vasco da Gama with Di Stéfano scoring 4 goals in 6 games. The second consecutive Spanish title allowed Real Madrid to be the first Spanish representative in the inaugural Champions Cup in the 1955-1956 season. The Shakhtar Donetsk squad took to the Alfredo Di Stéfano to complete their final training session ahead of Wednesday's Champions League Matchday 1 group stage-meeting with Real Madrid … In 1948, Agrupación Deportiva Plus Ultra, a local amateur team, then playing in the Tercera División, agreed to become a feeder club for Real Madrid. Real Madrid flew to Belgrade and despite the snowstorm that had hit the city in the previous days, the president Bernabéu agreed for the match not to be postponed. During the only match Di Stéfano played in the previous season, the president of Huracán was impressed by his potential; Di Stéfano agreed to join them, as he realised his chances of making the first team for River Plate were limited. On the night of 24 August 1963, the Venezuelan revolutionary group Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN), kidnapped Alfredo Di Stéfano at gunpoint from the Potomac Hotel in Caracas while his team, Real Madrid, were on a pre-season tour of South America. [citation needed]. Despite that upheaval Di Stéfano scored 13 goals in 23 games and River Plate finished third. In the 2004–05 season, coach Juan Ramón López Caro guided the team back to the Segunda División and the team subsequently revived the El Castilla name and became known as Real Madrid Castilla. Millonarios would go on to lose the 1951 Copa Colombia (played in 1952) to Boca Juniors de Cali. Alfredo Stéfano Di Stéfano Laulhé[2] (Spanish pronunciation: [alˈfɾeðo ði esˈtefano]; 4 July 1926 – 7 July 2014) was an Argentinian-born professional footballer and coach, regarded as one of the best footballers of all time. In the final, they played Real Madrid but lost 6–1. The 1952 league had the same outcome: Milionarios overtook Boca Juniors de Cali, won their third title, and Di Stéfano was once again top scorer with 19 goals. Huracán and Argentina legend Herminio Masantonio had just retired and the club needed a replacement forward. Spain won both of the reverse fixtures 4–1, but the damage had already been done: Scotland beat Switzerland in their final match and qualified at Spain's expense. At the beginning of the season, the team had a pre-season tour in Venezuela as the team participated in the 1963 Small Club World Cup against São Paulo and FC Porto. [38], The Club Atlético River Plate from Argentina and Millonarios Fútbol Club from Colombia organized a friendly match in homage of their former player. Real Madrid será local este sábado ante Atlético de Madrid (3:00 p.m., Espn 2) en un partido por la fecha 13 de la Liga de España. Di Stéfano made his Champions Cup debut against Servette in a 2–0 away win. During their cup run, they beat four Primera División teams, including Hércules, Athletic Bilbao, Real Sociedad and Sporting de Gijón. Di Stéfano, who had played in all four games and scored two goals, missed out yet again. Then UEFA President Michel Platini called Di Stéfano "a great amongst the greats" while contemporaries Eusébio and Just Fontaine suggested that he was "the most complete footballer in the history of the game". Due to a footballers' strike in Argentina in 1949, Di Stéfano went to play for Millonarios of Bogotá in the Colombian league. Follow your team on OneFootball. In 2013, an 86-year-old Di Stéfano was in a relationship with his 36-year-old personal secretary, Gina González. In his first season with Real Madrid, Di Stéfano became the top scorer of the 1953–54 La Liga with 27 goals in 28 appearances, contributing significantly to the title victory as the Blancos managed to win the Spanish championship after two decades. Di Stéfano's father, who was a former defender of River Plate, but prematurely retired in 1912 due to a knee injury, introduced young Alfredo to football. After the Superga air disaster, in May 1949, a friendly match between River Plate and Grande Torino was played and Di Stéfano was promised to the Granata. People already had noticed his talent. From the twenty-third day of the 1956-1957 championship, Real Madrid started a series of consecutive victorious home results that ended only in 1966, at the twenty-fifth round of the Liga, after 121 matches. [3] Castilla reached the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey on three further occasions, in 1984, 1986, and 1988. Di Stéfano, whose idol was Paraguayan Arsenio Erico, the Independiente striker, learned from the big stars, especially Pedernera. Despite beating West Ham United 3–1 in the opening game at the Santiago Bernabéu, they lost the return 5–1 after extra time and went out in the first round. [29] Di Stéfano played in a match against São Paulo the day after he was released and received a standing ovation. El Real Madrid debutará como local en LaLiga en el estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano. In the following season, Real Madrid was further strengthened with the arrival of Uruguayan José Santamaría on defense. Di Stéfano's six games during that tournament would prove to be his only appearances for Argentina. They play their home games at Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium with a capacity of 6,000 seats.[2]. [36] Following his death Di Stéfano received tributes from many famous football personalities including Alex Ferguson, Pelé, Cristiano Ronaldo, Diego Maradona, and Bobby Charlton. The record has since been surpassed by several players, with Real Madrid's Raúl the first in 2005. Real Madrid lost the Generalísimo Cup to Atletico Madrid by 3–1 at home on 26 June 1960. Di Stéfano played with three different national teams during his career,[5] scoring 6 goals in 6 appearances for Argentina, and 23 in 31 appearances for Spain. One of the main stars of the team, Moreno, had just le… In 2006, the new stadium of the club's training facilities Ciudad Real Madrid was named the Alfredo di Stéfano Stadium and Francisco Moreno Cariñena became the first independent chairman in 16 years. The incident cost the Los Blancos the trophy as without Di Stéfano they could not overcome São Paulo in the final game. In October 1951 the División Mayor del Fútbol Profesional Colombiano agreed to the Pacto de Lima with FIFA, with the requirement that foreign players would return to their countries after October 1954. As Di Stéfano's first few games with them were unimpressive, Barcelona sold Madrid their half-share, and Di Stéfano moved to the Blancos signing a four-year contract. Real Madrid won 6–1 with goals from Sergio Ramos, Antonio Cassano (2), Roberto Soldado (2), and José Manuel Jurado. The inaugural match was between Real Madrid and Stade de Reims, a rematch of the European Cup final won by Real Madrid in 1956. Inter Milan won the final 3–1. Real Madrid - Stadio - Alfredo Di Stéfano | Transfermarkt Per usare questa pagina è necessario attivare Javascript The strike lasted for 8 months until 1949 and it eventually meant the departure of the best Argentine footballers to other leagues, in particular Colombia's, which was one of the most lucrative in the world at the time. Di Stéfano - without ever holding a Colombian passport - made four appearances for the Colombian XI team, which did not appear in the official records of FIFA. In December, France Football awarded Di Stéfano the 1959 Ballon d'Or, which he won ahead of teammate Raymond Kopa (who had already returned to Stade de Reims in the summer of 1959) and Juventus's Welsh star John Charles. During the final, Enrique Mateos, substituting for Puskás (the Hungarian feared retaliation and decided not to depart with the tam for the final in Stuttgart), took a penalty instead of Di Stéfano and missed it. [10] He won six league titles during the first 12 years of his career in Argentina and Colombia. At the beginning of the second half, Di Stéfano scored the second goal to seal the victory. Because Real also won the Primera División, however, Castilla qualified for the 1980–81 European Cup Winners' Cup. The following year, Real Madrid acquired Argentine Héctor Rial from the Nacional Montevideo, a signing recommended by Di Stéfano, for the attack of the Merengues. In 1984, with Amancio Amaro as coach, Castilla won the Segunda División. Amaro's tenure as coach saw the rise of the famous La Quinta del Buitre – Emilio Butragueño, Manolo Sanchís, Martín Vázquez, Míchel, and Miguel Pardeza. El Real Madrid, explica Marca, ya tiene el visto bueno de LaLIga y de la UEFA para poder jugar en el Alfredo Di Stéfano en cuanto comience el campeonato liguero y la Champions League. On 9 May 2006 the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium was inaugurated at the City of Madrid where Real Madrid usually trains. He also returned to Valencia in 1986 to guide them back to La Liga by winning the Segunda Division after their relegation the season prior before his arrival. [11][12] Following his signing by Real Madrid he was an integral part of one of the most successful teams of all time. The Greatest: "We had so many great players in that team it's not surprising we won so many European Cups," recalled Francisco Gento of Real Madrid CF's five-in-a-row titans. [10] He moved to Espanyol in 1964 and played there until retiring at the age of 40. Di Stéfano's team would beat the Brazilians by 5–3. Di Stéfano began his career at Argentina's River Plate aged 17, in 1943. Real Madrid v Borussia Mönchengladbach: Last-16 spot to be decided at the Di Stéfano Real Madrid. By the time qualifying began for the 1954 FIFA World Cup, FIFA had banned Di Stéfano from making any further appearances for Argentina, on account of his appearances for the Colombia XI two years earlier - though Argentina once again pulled out of qualifying. But, in 1940 his family moved to the countryside and Di Stéfano started working with his father and playing football with his brother Tulio in the Club Social y Deportivo Unión Progresista until 1943, when the family returned to Buenos Aires. One of the main stars of the team, Moreno, had just left for the Mexican Real Club España and it seemed like a good opportunity for the young Di Stéfano to fight for a place on the first squad. Millonarios would start a global tour and spearheaded by Di Stéfano, they would beat Hungary and world champions Uruguay. Lo último en Real Madrid. Real easily won the 1961 title by a great margin to runners-up Atletico Madrid, but lost the final of the Generalísimo Cup again to Rojiblancos 3-2. [13][14] In November 2003, to celebrate UEFA's Jubilee, he was selected as the Golden Player of Spain by the Royal Spanish Football Federation as their most outstanding player of the past 50 years. Real Madrid-Alavés: ... Return to league action at the Di Stéfano Real Madrid. Real won the trophy with 3 wins and Di Stéfano finished as top scorer of the tournament with 4 goals (same as Vavá). Even though the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium is located in Valdebebas, the club’s training complex, the Real Madrid first-team squad don’t usually train at the 6,000-capacity stadium. The final would be played in May 1953, after Di Stéfano had already gone to Argentina. The venue is part of the Ciudad Real Madrid, the club's new training facilities located outside Madrid in Valdebebas, near Madrid–Barajas Airport. During this era, with a team that included Agustín, Ricardo Gallego and Francisco Pineda, Castilla reached the final of the 1979–80 Copa del Rey. A 27-year-old Di Stéfano arrived at Real Madrid on 22 September 1953, after seven months of inactivity, and made his debut with the white jersey in October 1953 in a clásico against champions Barcelona, won 5–0 with a Di Stéfano hat trick. On 5 November 2000 he was named Honorary President of Real Madrid. The attacker, who in … In the 1961-62 European season, Real reached the final of the tournament for the sixth time in its history, after eliminating Juventus and Standard Liege. He received the nickname of Saeta Rubia from journalist Roberto Neuberger. Real Madrid C.F. Most goals scored in European Cup finals: 7 (shared with Ferenc Puskás), Only player to be awarded the Super Ballon d'Or, This page was last edited on 15 December 2020, at 18:27. Real Madrid overcame Athletic at the Di Stéfano on a night that saw Lucas Vázquez make his 150 LaLiga appearance for the Whites. [17] In 2008 Di Stéfano was honoured by both UEFA and Real Madrid with a special Presidents award issued by FIFA at a ceremony in Madrid, where a statue was also unveiled. Será el próximo 29 o 30 de septiembre ante el Real Valladolid. In one of his last games in Argentina, on 31 July 1949, Di Stéfano played in the role of goalkeeper, replacing the owner Amadeo Carrizo for twenty minutes and keeping the clean sheet in a derby won against Boca Juniors. In a bizarre publicity stunt at the premiere, kidnapper Paul del Rio, now a famous artist, and Di Stéfano were brought together for the first time since the abduction, 42 years before. In 1959, they reached the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey, losing 7–2 on aggregate to eventual finalists Granada. On 26 June 1955, the Spanish club won their first ever Latin Cup, beating Raymond Kopa and Just Fontaine's Stade de Reims in the final in Paris 2–0. Real Madrid won the inaugural match 6–1 with goals from Sergio Ramos, Antonio Cassano (2), Roberto Soldado (2), and José Manuel Jurado.[7]. Many international stars like the Hungarians Béla Sárosi, László Szőke, Lithuanian Vytautas Kriščiūnas, the Argentines René Pontoni, Héctor Rial, English Charlie Mitten from Manchester United for 5.000 pounds a year, Neil Franklin from Stoke City, French-Hungarian Ferenc Nyers, Italian Luigi Di Franco, the Brazilian legend Heleno de Freitas, and others had joined the league after legendary Perdenera first signed. Scored in most consecutive European Cup finals: 5. Nicknamed "Saeta rubia" ("Blond Arrow"),[3][4][5] he was a powerful, quick, skillful, and prolific forward, with great stamina, tactical versatility, creativity, and vision, who could play almost anywhere on the pitch. The Colombian league had turned professional in 1948, beginning the El Dorado period on 25 April 1949. The new season started with the inaugural Intercontinental Cup and the 0–0 draw in the first leg of the final against Peñarol in Montevideo on 4 July. Real Madrid-Alavés: Return to league action at the Di Stéfano. As a result, Ferenc Puskás signed with Real Madrid in the summer of 1958 to strengthen the squad and Real Madrid would be blessed with one of the most lethal attacking pairs in the history of football. Nevertheless, Real finished second in the 1959 season behind Barça, with Di Stéfano finishing as the best scorer in the league for the fifth and last time, and the fourth in a row, with 23 goals. The Colombians participated in the tournament and won it, after drawing 2–2 with Swedish champions IFK Norrköping and overcoming Los Blancos, who were managed by Uruguayan legend Hector Scarone, by a 4–2 margin with a brace from Saeta Rubia in the presence of President Santiago Bernabéu, who arrived to the stadium to observe Adolfo Pedernera. He would score 10 goals in 25 appearances for Huracan, teaming up perfectly with Norberto Méndez who would later become the all-time top scorer in Copa América. After moving to Bogota in 1949, during a break in the Colombian League in 1951, friendly matches were organised under the name of combined XI of the Colombian league. This was the only game Di Stéfano played in that year, but at the end of the season he won his first title as River Plate won the championship, four points ahead of Boca Juniors. Real gave AD Plus Ultra financial support and in return were given first refusal on the club's best players. [37] During the 2014 FIFA World Cup semi-final between Argentina and the Netherlands on 9 July, Di Stéfano was honoured with one minute of silence, while the Argentine team also wore black ribbons in a matter of respect. El Real Madrid sometió y doblegó 2-0 al Atlético de Madrid en el derbi de este 12 de diciembre de 2020 en el estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano, con los goles de … He guided the Argentine club Boca Juniors to a league title,[11] and won La Liga and the European Cup Winners' Cup with Valencia. He announced his plans to marry her in the same year, but died before this happened. Di Stéfano grew up playing street football, in oratories and in neighbourhood teams such as the Barracas "Unidos y Venceremos", and the Imán of the Flores district. The Spanish team, with a forward line also boasting Barcelona and Real Madrid stars Laszlo Kubala, Luis Suárez and Francisco Gento, were favourites to qualify for the 1958 FIFA World Cup in Sweden, having been drawn into a qualification group with Scotland and minnows Switzerland. The Blancos eliminated Milan in the semi-finals [64] and entered the final in Paris against Raymond Kopa and Just Fontaine's Stade de Reims. [30], On 9 May 2006, the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium was inaugurated at the City of Real Madrid, where Real Madrid usually train. Di Stéfano played for Real Madrid for 11 years, winning 8 Spanish championships, 1 Spanish Cup, 2 Latin Cups, 5 consecutive Champions Cups (scoring in all the finals he won), 1 Intercontinental Cup, several individual titles including league top scorer 5 times. Eden Hazard could be ruled out of El Clasico this month. Hours before the final, Di Stéfano explicitly criticized the tactics designed by Real Madrid coach Miguel Muñoz against Italian defender Giacinto Facchetti. The next year he became part of the first team which was called La Máquina due to their unprecedented success, consisting of players like the legendary Pedernera, Labruna Muñoz, and Loustau. The Blancos clinched their fourth consecutive Liga title and reached the final of the 1964 European Cup after defeating AC Milan in the quarterfinals 4-3. Check out the highlights of today's open session! A penalty was awarded to Real Madrid, but Héctor Rial slipped when kicking and missed it. It was one of the most anticipated games of the tour, given the reputation that Pelé had started building. Di Stéfano and Puskás scored three and four goals respectively, in a game considered to be among the finest in the history of football. Along with Francisco Gento and José María Zárraga, he was one of only three players to play a part in all five victories, scoring goals in each of the five finals. By 1949, they made their debut in the Segunda División and in 1952, the club became the official Real reserve team. Di Stéfano impressed on the trial and joined the second team squad of River Plate, the club his family supported. [31], Following another heart attack on 5 July 2014, the 88-year-old Di Stéfano was moved to intensive care in the Gregorio Marañón hospital in Madrid,[32] where he died on 7 July 2014. In the 1960 season, Real finished equal with Barcelona on the table, but the Catalonians were the ones to be awarded the title. With the guidance of Di Stéfano they had an easy 4–0 victory in Madrid in the first leg, in December 1956. La Selección Española fue la última en disfrutarlo. During the Argentinian championship of 1948, the Football Association suspended the tournament for a short time due to the protests of players led by Adolfo Pedernera and Alfredo Di Stéfano that resulted in a player's strike in a bid to gain professional status and rights. In 1991, the Royal Spanish Football Federation banned the use of separate names for reserve teams and Castilla CF became known as Real Madrid Deportiva and then Real Madrid B. The agreement was approved by the Football Association and their respective clubs. In October 1952, Di Stéfano also led Millonarios to the Copa Colombia final after beating Deportivo Cúcuta by 2–1. The Argentine veteran scored 9 goals in all competitions in his first season with Espanyol, putting an end to a streak of 15 consecutive seasons in which he scored in double figures (18 total). [18], Born in Barracas, a neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Di Stéfano was the son of Alfredo Di Stéfano, a first-generation Italian Argentine (his father Michele emigrated to Argentina from Nicolosi in the 19th century), and Eulalia Laulhé Gilmont, an Argentine woman of French and Irish descent with her relatives being from Swinford, County Mayo.[19][20][21]. president Florentino Pérez visited the squad at the Alfredo Di Stéfano. msn back to msn home sport. [29], After retirement, Di Stéfano moved into coaching. The Blancos attack was one of the best in history and boasted Di Stéfano, Héctor Rial, Francisco Gento and Kopa. However, Spain began their campaign with a 2–2 draw against the Swiss and then lost to Scotland at Hampden Park 4–2. [22][23][24], Di Stéfano made his international debut on 4 December 1947, in a match against Bolivia at the Estadio George Capwell in Ecuador, during the 1947 South American Championship. Huracán tried to sign Di Stéfano permanently at the end of a successful eighth-place season, but could not afford the 90,000 pesos River Plate asked for the transfer. Therefore, Real Madrid Castilla are ineligible for promotion to the Primera División. Unlike the Spaniards, the Partizan players did not suffer on the terrain, taking the lead and dominating the game. During the 1950s and 1960s, future senior Real Madrid players and Spanish internationals such as José María Zárraga, Enrique Mateos, Ramón Marsal, Pedro Casado, Juan Manuel Villa, José María Vidal, Fernando Serena and Ramón Grosso all spent time at the club. The team faces its first home outing of the season on Matchday 4 of the campaign (9:30pm CET). Former Argentine striker and World Cup top scorer Guillermo Stábile, the Huracán and Argentine national team coach at the time, gave Di Stéfano his first real opportunities in the 1946 season. In Christmas 1952, Di Stéfano, still contracted with Millonarios, returned briefly to Buenos Aires, where he was even making plans to abandon football and start a business as the Argentine league was still not professional. Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez and captain Iker Casillas were amongst those in attendance. In the 1982–83 season they finished third in La Liga and were defeated in the finals of the Supercopa de España, Copa de la Liga, and Copa del Rey. Reserve teams in Spain play in the same league system as their senior team rather than a separate league. [33][34][35], On 8 July, Di Stéfano's coffin was placed on public display at the Bernabéu Stadium. Alfredo di Stéfano en la temporada 1963-64. The team at the time was not recognised by FIFA as the league had broken transfer rules in signing players while still under contract. [11] He is currently the sixth highest scorer in the history of Spain's top division, and Real Madrid's third highest league goalscorer of all time. He is Madrid's leading goalscorer in the history of El Clásico, alongside Cristiano Ronaldo. Real Madrid was an average team and had not won the title in 20 years. REAL MADRID. Di Stéfano scored in five consecutive European Cup finals for Real Madrid between 1956 and 1960, including a hat-trick in the last. These have included Raúl, Guti and Iker Casillas, who all became established members of the senior Real Madrid team. In the Champions Cup the team had their way eliminating the Swiss and later Partizan Belgrade, after a suffering a 3–0 defeat in Yugoslavia. El once del Real Madrid ante el Athletic. Perhaps the highlight of his time with the club was their 7–3 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in the 1960 European Cup Final at Hampden Park, a game many consider to be the finest exhibition of club football ever witnessed in Europe. [11], Di Stéfano resided in Spain until his death in 2014. [16] In 2004, he was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players (in September 2009, he said Di Stéfano was the best player "ever"). ⚽ Absolutely full in the stands of Alfredo Di Stefano stadium to watch Zidane's first training in front of the first team. In March 1952, Real Madrid organized a friendly tournament in the Spanish capital at its newly constructed home ground; River Plate was invited to participate in Real Madrid's 50th-anniversary tournament. In addition, only under-23 players, or under-25 players with a professional contract, can switch between senior and reserve teams. Soon after Millonarios' return to Colombia, the Barcelona directors visited Buenos Aires and agreed with River Plate, the last FIFA-affiliated team to have held Di Stéfano's rights, for his transfer in 1954 for the equivalent of 150 million Italian lira (according to other sources 200,000 dollars). The French forward could not feature in the games due to the limit of foreigners in La Liga and had to wait for the Spanish naturalisation of Di Stèfano, who became a Spanish citizen in October 1956. Wer ist wirklich der „GOAT“, also der beste Fußballer aller Zeiten? [29] The kidnapping was codenamed "Julián Grimau", after the Spanish communist Julián Grimau García, executed by firing squad in Spain in April 1963 during Francisco Franco's dictatorship. Real Madrid Castilla Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football team that plays in Segunda División B – Group 1, for the 2020-2021 season.It is Real Madrid's reserve team.They play their home games at Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium with a capacity of 6,000 seats.. Reserve teams in Spain play in the same league system as their senior team rather than a separate league. Despite what was previously stated, Bernabéu decided to throw a farewell match against Celtic in Madrid, to honour him for his services. Di Stéfano did not win the Pichichi award as Puskás was the topscorer of the league with 25 goals. The relationship between Muñoz, who had the support of President Bernabéu, and the Argentine player was already frayed. The season finished with the loss of the 1958 Generalísimo Cup after they lost 2-0 to Athletic Bilbao. Name of stadium: Alfredo Di Stéfano: Total capacity: 9.000: Seats: 9.000: Built: 2006: Construction costs: €8.00m: Undersoil heating: No: Running track: No: Surface: Di Stéfano scored 32 goals in 34 games, more than any other player in the league. In 1961, at the age of 36, Di Stéfano finally qualified for a World Cup, helping Spain qualify for the 1962 edition in Chile.

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