Los ‘One Club Men’ of the history of Valencia Football Club

Los ‘One Club Men’ of the history of Valencia Football Club
Antonio Puchades, one of the players who spent his entire career at Valencia CF (Cadena SER)

In this article we will review the only ‘One Club Men‘ of the history of Valencia Football Club. As in the rest of the teams, The Mestalla team has a select group of footballers who completed their entire professional career at the Valencian club.

AMADEO IBAÑEZ

Extreme born in Valencia. Full 13 seasons in the first team, since 1935 a 1937 and from 1939 a 1951. The Civil war interrupted his career but did not prevent him from remaining loyal to his club.

ANTONIO PUCHADES

Those who saw him play affirm that he was the best midfielder of the history of Valencia. Natural from Sueca, disputed 400 official matches with his club and scored 50 goals. He never wanted to leave the Valencian entity he represented in the World 1950 from Brazil with Spain.

MANOLO MAESTRE

The Valencian defender went up to the first team from the subsidiary. He wore the Valencia shirt during 14 seasons, since 1956 a 1969. Juice 323 official parties and, after hanging up his boots, He also led both the Valencian team and the first team from the bench.

PEP CLARAMUNT

Another mythical of the history of Valencia. 13 seasons in the first team of Mestalla since 1965 a 1978. More of 400 official matches with the Valencian jacket with which he achieved a League and a Cup.

Claramunt Valencia
Pep Claramunt, one of the historical Valencia Club de Fútbol (Brand)

PACO CAMARASA

The Rafelbuñol player had the dream of playing alongside his great idol, Ricardo Arias, and he got it. Camarasa defended the Valencia shirt during 12 seasons in which he won a Copa del Rey and a Super Cup. He was international with Spain and was present at the World Cup in the United States in the year 1994.

Paco Camarasa
Paco Camarasa with the Copa del Rey in 1999. Along with him mythical club such as Piojo López and Gaizka Mendieta (uncheck)

Other historical footballers who were on the verge of achieving this historical milestone were: Ricardo Arias, Fernando Gómez Colomer, Javier Subirats, Roberto Gil O David Albelda. All of them spent practically their entire careers at Valencia but played one or two seasons for other teams..

 

 

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