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Extractions: home resource directory disorders quizzes ... support forums Advertisement ( Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (born September 2 in Santa Marta ) is a Colombian soccer player, often considered the best Colombian player of all time. Nicknamed El Pibe ("The Kid"), Valderrama is recognizable for his enormous blond bush of hair and is known for his skillful passing and shielding. Valderrama captained Colombia during the , and 1998 World Cups , before announcing his international retirement after the 1998 competition having received 111 caps and scored 10 times. He began his career at Union Magdalena of Colombian First Division in 1981. He also played for Millonarios and Deportivo Cali before joining Montpellier Hérault SC of French First Division in 1988. He was transferred to Real Valladolid in 1990 before returning to Colombia in 1992 to play for Independiente Medellín and Atlético Junior from 1993-96 before going to the US in 1996 to play for the Tampa Bay Mutiny Miami Fusion (1998-99), and Colorado Rapids (2001-02). In
Extractions: Carlos Valderrama "El Pibe" (1997) - Costacos Brothers Everybody's favorite Colombian soccer superstar! From his days with the MLS' Tampa Bay Mutiny, this poster features great action shots of El Pibe and his unmistakeable style. A rare poster that has been out-of-print for years; limited quantity remains in our warehouse. Poster Specifications: Item Number: CN6108
Soccer News, Reports, Interviews UNITED STATES soccer MLS, National Teams, College, World Cup, Plus! Congratulations to carlos valderrama for dishing it out to win the 2002 Passing http://deepbrook.com/writing/soccer365/2002_10_gold_mine.htm
Extractions: UNITED STATES SOCCER - MLS, National Teams, College, World Cup, Plus! Americans Abroad US SOCCER WORLD CUP LATEST NEWS NATIONAL TEAMS AMERICANS ABROAD ... CONTACT US! 365 Feature 2002 MLS GOLD MINE AWARDS by Jeff Dieffenbach Returning for their second year, the 2002 MLS Gold Mine Awards recognize measurable but non-obvious performances mined nugget-like from the statistical depths. Many year-end awards fail the measurement test: e.g., MVP, Rookie of the Year. Others wear the mantle of the obvious and in essence report themselves: e.g., scoring leader, goals against average. The Gold Mine Awards reveal hidden aspects of the league. Sharpshooter award Sharpshooter award Rank Player Team Shots Goals S:G Ryan Nelson DC Taylor Twellman NE Steve Morrow DAL Carlos Ruiz LA Carey Talley KC Congratulations to Ryan Nelson, the 2002 Sharpshooter award winner for scoring 1 goal every 3.75 shots. Honorable mention goes to both Taylor Twellman and Carlos Ruiz for accuracy while leading the league in points and goals, respectively. Interestingly, not only did Nelson not top Steve Ralston, the winner in 2001 for Tampa Bay (7 goals on 18 shots for a ratio of 2.57), but his scoring efficiency would not even have been in the top five last year.
Soccer News, Reports, Interviews UNITED STATES soccer MLS, National Teams, College, World Cup, Plus! A purpleheart to carlos valderrama, winner of the 2001 Punching Bag award. http://deepbrook.com/writing/soccer365/2001_10_gold_mine_awards.htm
Extractions: UNITED STATES SOCCER - MLS, National Teams, College, World Cup, Plus! Americans Abroad US SOCCER WORLD CUP LATEST NEWS NATIONAL TEAMS AMERICANS ABROAD ... CONTACT US! MLS 2001 GOLD MINE AWARDS by Jeff Dieffenbach Sport. Not a sport. Its a debate that will never be settled, but one school of thought has it that if you cant measure the result (gymnastics, synchronized swimming, ballroom dancing), its not a sport. Extremely difficult, certainly! A sport, NO! Likewise, many year-end awards (MVP, Rookie of the Year, and so on) fail the measurement test. Others (top goal scorer, best goals against average, etc) practically report themselves, no point in repeating them here. Great and not so great performances abounded in MLS this year. Some obvious, some less so. The focus here leans towards the latter, buried performances mined like nuggets from the statistical depths. Herewith, the 2001 - and first annual - MLS Gold Mine awards. Sharpshooter award : Anyone can score goals given enough shots. Sure, Jason Kreis of the Dallas Burn scored 7 goals, good for 19th overall (tied with Clint Mathis, Dante Washington, Steve Ralston, Roy Lassiter, Sasha Victorine, and Landon Donavanelite company, to be sure) among the 134 players who scored goals in the MLS this year. But it took him 77 shots, or one goal every 11 shots!
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