Carlos Campos Silva

Carlos Campos
Personal information
Full nameCarlos Hector Campos Silva
Date of birth (1937-02-14) February 14, 1937 (age 80)
Place of birthSantiago, Chile
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing positionStriker
Youth career
1948-1956Universidad de Chile
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1956-1969Universidad de Chile259(183)
National team
1960-1967Chile11(2)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Biography

Carlos Héctor Campos Silva (given birth to Feb 14, 1937) is a Chilean past footballer.

Carlos Campos was a new player for the Universidad de Chile. Campos passed the nickname "The Container" for his insufficient sensation when credit scoring. He was most widely known for proceeding the ball, and well-known for keeping his great when heading one-on-one against the goalkeeper.He scored using the club's personal crimson "U" on his upper body on 183 events and two times for the Chilean country wide group, thereby becoming the all-time best goal-scorer for his group, conquering Leonel Sanchez. Sanchez boasted 159 goals compared.His accomplishments include getting the player with goals scored in the Chilean soccer classics against its many competitors, such as for example Colo-Colo (16) and Universidad Kittyólica (14). He was element of a historical team referred to as the Ballet Azul (Blue Ballet), champions six situations between 1950 and 1960, who dominated South American soccer. During this time period, he joined pushes with teammate Leonel Sanchez, whom he helped 104 situations to score.

Honors

Club

Season Team Name 1959 Universidad de Chile Chilean Little league 1962 Universidad de Chile Chilean Little league 1964 Universidad de Chile Chilean Little league 1965 Universidad de Chile Chilean Little league 1967 Universidad de Chile Chilean Little league 1969 Universidad de Chile Copa Francisco Candelori 1969 Universidad de Chile Chilean League

Participation in the World Cup

World Group Result 1962 FIFA Globe Glass  Chile Third Place 1966 FIFA World Cup  Chile Group Stage

Source
Wikipedia
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