Ramón Aguirre Suárez | 1968-1970


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Ramón Aguirre Suárez | 1968-1970

Postby PES Stats Database » 2018 Apr 20, 21:36

Club: Estudiantes de La Plata

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Re: Ramón Aguirre Suárez | 1968-1970

Postby Vickingo » 2018 Apr 20, 22:46

One of the dirtiests players ever, no doubt. He had no shame really, he went for everything in every fucking ball, it was just unbelivable watching him in full matches.

He hadn't any responsability and didn't care about seriously harm opponents. After this match (vs Milan 1969) him and two teammates went to jail because of the fight vs Italian guys). Imagine that right now, going to jail for like 4 or 5 days because a red card.

This match he scored the goal but before that he (with current referees and fair play) could have been benched 5 times, easily. He used his arms in the air directly to opponents faces and the referees in SouthAmerica didn't do anything, it was even funny lol. That's why Libertadores in 60's and 70's were that hard to play and to win...these guys were real assholes...and this Estudiantes was probably the dirtiest team ever in the world? Or at least the most succesful.

Some of his actions in just this match lol
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This is what I was talking about, just like nothing
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LOOK AT THIS, IT WASN'T EVEN FOUL :lol:
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And this one? Yeah the italian guy made smth before but after that what a poke, insane
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FINALLY THE YELLOW CARD. OH DAMN IT, How wasn't that red? Lol
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And he kept going for all
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Finally the red card after kick another ass :lol:
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Aside this the guy was a real leader in all sense, then he went to Spain to keep kicking asses...but he won everything in Estudiantes and is quite a legend. He's the typical southamerican CB back then but 100% dirtier. Probably Montero Castillo (Paolo's dad) is the only one who can be compared with this guy. He was too brutal, but he went for everything and had some nice response when he didn't go mad. The context of this match is not an example of this for sure.
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Re: Ramón Aguirre Suárez | 1968-1970

Postby vinnie » 2018 Apr 21, 22:52

thanks for the description. i saw this set being added, and was curious about him and wanted to ask you what he was like, because the set depicts a very interesting player.
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Re: Ramón Aguirre Suárez | 1968-1970

Postby lucashag » 2018 Oct 10, 05:48

Vickingo wrote:FINALLY THE YELLOW CARD. OH DAMN IT, How wasn't that red? Lol
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I have a new favourite gif :lol: :lol:

Vickingo wrote: After this match (vs Milan 1969) him and two teammates went to jail because of the fight vs Italian guys). Imagine that right now, going to jail for like 4 or 5 days because a red card.


Actually this was fairly common in football during Ongania's dictatorship, players who misbehaved and cause trouble during games leading to aggresion and revolt often spent nights in jail.

Vickingo wrote:Aside this the guy was a real leader in all sense, then he went to Spain to keep kicking asses...but he won everything in Estudiantes and is quite a legend. He's the typical southamerican CB back then but 100% dirtier. Probably Montero Castillo (Paolo's dad) is the only one who can be compared with this guy.


He actually played with Montero Castillo (DM) and Pedro Fernandez (paraguayan CB known for breaking Amancio) in Granada, that's one brutal defensive line-up.

Watching him in those matches and comparing him to his partner Madero was fairly interesting, the doctor was pretty much the opposite of Aguirre Suarez, a technical CB with a well-rounded defensive skillset (although not that good in the air) and generally respected due to his sportsmanship.
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