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Francisco Gento. Real Madrid y España. Fotografía original autografiada.

Francisco Gento. Real Madrid y España. Fotografía original autografiada.

Manolo Preciado (Footballer & Coach)  RIP 7.06.2012

Manolo Preciado (Footballer & Coach) RIP 7.06.2012

POSTAL / MARCELINO / REAL ZARAGOZA / OSCAR COLOR Nº 15 / / FOTO SEGUI / AÑOS 60

POSTAL / MARCELINO / REAL ZARAGOZA / OSCAR COLOR Nº 15 / / FOTO SEGUI / AÑOS 60

Juan Roberto Seminario Rodríguez (born 22 July 1936 in Piura, Peru) is a retired Peruvian football player, recognized as one of Peru's most important strikers. Nicknamed "El Loco" he is the only Zaragoza player to have won the "Pichichi Trophy" (1961–62 La Liga).[1]  He played for several clubs, notably Spanish clubs Real Zaragoza and FC Barcelona, Sporting CP of Portugal, as well as Italian club Fiorentina. He also won the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1965-66 with FC Barcelona.

Juan Seminario jugó en ek Barcelona y también en el Sporting Lisboa.

FC Barcelona 2012 Vintage Style Cards by Diver & Aguilar

FC Barcelona 2012 Vintage Style Cards by Diver & Aguilar

Savvy businessmen know this and in the cigarette companies began producing a series of cards

Josep 'Pepe' Planas (14 April 1901 – 9 April 1977), Spanish defender, FC Barcelona (1921-1927, 184 games). He won the 1922, 1925, and 1926 Copa del Rey, until he suffered a knee injury that ended his playing career. Football card Serie A, Nº 10. Champion 1921/1922. Illustration Serra Masana.

He won the and 1926 Copa del Rey, until he suffered a knee injury that ended his playing career. Football card Serie A, Nº Champion Illustration Serra Masana.

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