Oscar Ortíz | 1977-1980


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Oscar Ortíz | 1977-1980

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Oct 08, 16:51

Club: River Plate


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Oscar Alberto Ortiz (born [8 April 1953 in Chacabuco, Buenos Aires) is a retired Argentine footballer.

The most notable achievement of his footballing career was being part of the Argentina team that won the World Cup 1978.

Ortiz began his career at San Lorenzo, as a young player he was part of the squad that won 3 league titles (M1972, N1972 and N1974).

In 1976 San Lorenzo sold him to Brazilian club Grêmio, but his stay there didn't last long, he returned to Argentina to play for River Plate.

His time at River Plate was his most successful, in terms of trophies, his first trophy at the club was the Metropolitano championship in 1977.

His fine form saw him called up to play for Argentina in World Cup 1978, he was a member of the team that beat Holland 3-1 in the final (held in River's home stadium Estadio Monumental) to claim Argentina's first World Cup.

Back at River Ortiz helped River to win 3 league titles in a row (M1979, N1979 and M1980), the second time in their history that they had achieved this feat.

In 1981 River sold Ortiz to Club Atlético Huracán, his time there was unremarkable and he was soon sold on to Independiente.

The last title he won came at Independiente as part of the triumphant 1983 Motropolitano team, he retired from football shortly afterwards.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Orti ... tballer%29

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Ortiz

http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/wcwinners.html (1978 World Cup)

http://srb.worldfootball.net/spieler_pr ... car-ortiz/

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Re: Oscar ORTIZ | 1974-1979

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 Oct 08, 21:28

Thanks for these 70's argentinians ;)

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