Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

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Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 May 08, 23:07

Name: Héctor Eduardo Chumpitaz González

Nickname: "El Capitán de America" ("America's Captain") | "Granítico"

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Club: Universitario Deportes
Number: 6
Position: *CB
Nationality: Peruvian _per
Age: 25-30 (12/04/1943)
Era: 1970/1975

Foot: R
Side: B

Height: 168 cm
Weight: 71 kg

Attack: 62
Defence: 94
Balance: 84
Stamina: 86
Top Speed: 86
Acceleration: 88
Response: 92
Agility: 86
Dribble Accuracy: 76
Dribble Speed: 76
Short Pass Accuracy: 78
Short Pass Speed: 76
Long Pass Accuracy: 78
Long Pass Speed: 76
Shot Accuracy: 78
Shot Power: 90
Shot Technique: 79
Free Kick Accuracy: 85
Curling: 67
Header: 85
Jump: 88
Technique: 88
Aggression: 86
Mentality/Tenacity: 94
Goalkeeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 82

Injury Tolerance: B
Form/Condition/Fitness: 8
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5
Weak Foot Frequency: 5
Consistency: 7
Growth type: Standard/Lasting

CARDS:
P08: Pinpoint Pass
P13: Long Ranger
P18: Extra Attacker
S07: Man Marking
S09: Covering
S10: DF Leader

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
*Middle Shooting
*Marking
*Covering
*D-Line Control

Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Balanced


INFO:

Hector Chumpitaz is one of Peru’s most recognized footballer player, was known for his great technique, his leadership, his organization ability on the field, A strong reader of the game with excellent ball skills and distribution. He marshaled a capable defense to support Peru’s attack led by Teofilo Cubillas. Chumpitaz was the selected captain of the American continent's team in 1973. He was an impressive defender-scoring with 74 goals in 530 career matches. Chumpitaz is considered one of the greatest south American defenders of all-time and was named to the list of best World Cup players of all time by Terra.com in 2006. He was elected the 35th best South american footballer of the 20th century in a poll by the IFFHS in 2000.


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http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showpost ... tcount=155

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%A9ctor_Chumpitaz

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%A9ctor_Chumpitaz

http://fourfourtwo.com/blogs/championsl ... mmers.aspx

http://www.worldfootball.net/spieler_pr ... chumpitaz/

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ| 1970-1975

Postby Classical » 2009 Jun 17, 13:08

Such stylish defender!! He is said to be one of South America greatest!

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ| 1970-1975

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 Jun 17, 13:42

top man he was, I like the Peru of the 70's they were really good especially 1975 version! :D

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ| 1970-1975

Postby Classical » 2009 Jun 18, 08:21

Peru had such amazing players in those times, they got to do good in World Cups. What do you think of Seminario post58100.html#p58100, I would feel extremely happy to receive some feedback on this player since I've created him purely based on mouth-to-mouth info, since all info on him was regarding statistical facts and not the technical ones.

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ| 1970-1975

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2009 Nov 30, 18:47

His curling needs to be raised at least 7 points.

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 Dec 05, 20:40

curling updated ;)

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby Fevernova » 2009 Dec 05, 21:14

Wow! He looks like one of the most complete defenders of all time...was he? :roll:

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 Dec 05, 21:24

He was excellent one of the finest South American central defenders of all time, Figueroa, Passarella normally ahead of him but only those 2 out of South America. He played in 1970, 1978 and 1982 World Cups and was captain of the legendary Peru 1975 South American Championship winning side.

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Jan 30, 04:35

I want to make a suggestion

Maybe defence 93, considering that Meléndez has 92, because I update him. ;)

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby zguc » 2010 Mar 25, 12:54

I agree i think defence 93 and response 92

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby Dagoods » 2010 Aug 01, 22:26

His team LA "U" (Peruvian club) reached the Copa Libertadores semi-finals 4-5 times in that decade. They reached the finals in 1972, I believe. Universitario became the first ever "Pacific" team to reach the finals of the Copa Libertadores paving a road for others to somewhat unbalance the dominance practiced by clubs from Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil.

Chumpitaz is up there in talent with Passarella and Figueroa for sure.

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Aug 02, 01:20

Of course, he was great, I think we can make some updates here.

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby SpongeBob » 2010 Aug 02, 08:17

Dagoods wrote:Chumpitaz is up there in talent with Passarella and Figueroa for sure



Actually he was better than Passarella in defensive duties. Passarella had better offensive play with amazing scoring record for a
defender but Hector was better in positioning and anticipating the opponents moves and much more reliable for his teammates.
Passarella many times used to go up front without any control and just leave the hole behind him and by that created a lot of
troubles to his mates. Of course he was great player, but if I'm the coach and had to choose between these two my choice will
always be Chumpitaz.

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby jeanclaude » 2010 Aug 02, 12:04

for me those stats are perfect,IMO only JUMP could be raised,he isn't 10 point far from Passarella. my suggestion would be 95,but for the moment i fly down with a 92,cause i wanna hear some others opinions

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby zguc » 2010 Aug 02, 12:10

I agree with SpongeBob, his DEF looks good, but I think that must have greater value maybe 94 even a red.

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Aug 02, 14:09

I think he can have 94/95 in DEF, 95 in Response and 92-94 in Jump. What do u think zguc?

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby zguc » 2010 Aug 02, 16:08

My opinion is that DEF certainly should be 94 if not 95, as far as RES I would not go with the value in red I think his DEF to be greater than RES, the current value seems small, but it certainly deserves a 92/93.
Jump was also his strong arms but I would not have given him such great value that I would'd put about 90/91

DEF 94
RES 92
JUM 90

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby jeanclaude » 2010 Aug 02, 16:35

i totally agree with Zguc

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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby fitorro » 2010 Sep 24, 22:36

zguc wrote:My opinion is that DEF certainly should be 94 if not 95, as far as RES I would not go with the value in red I think his DEF to be greater than RES, the current value seems small, but it certainly deserves a 92/93.
Jump was also his strong arms but I would not have given him such great value that I would'd put about 90/91

DEF 94
RES 92
JUM 90


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Re: Hector CHUMPITAZ | 1970-1975

Postby manoloxcr17 » 2010 Sep 25, 00:11

SpongeBob wrote:
Actually he was better than Passarella in defensive duties. Passarella had better offensive play with amazing scoring record for a
defender but Hector was better in positioning and anticipating the opponents moves and much more reliable for his teammates.
Passarella many times used to go up front without any control and just leave the hole behind him and by that created a lot of
troubles to his mates. Of course he was great player, but if I'm the coach and had to choose between these two my choice will
always be Chumpitaz.


Totally agree here, Chumpitaz rarelly make mistakes , So we can say that, after Figueroa, the other greates CB in Soth American football history is Chumpitaz.

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