Luis de la Fuente was a Mexican professional soccer player that received a net worth of five million. Luis de la Fuente came into this world in Veracruz, Mexico in January 1914 and passed out in May 1972. He was a midfielder who began the senior occupation of his with Aurrera found 1930. Luis additionally had for Real Espana on 3 events, Marte, Velez Sarsfield, Corrales, Club America, Racing Santander, and Veracruz.. De la Fuente also represented Mexico in global competition through 1934 to 1950 where he scored seven goals in nine looks. Luis was signed during exhibition video games in Mexico by Atletico Corrales. He won 2 Primera Division de Mexico championships with CD Veracruz in 1945 and 1949. He became the first Mexican player to play in 4 different countries which were Mexico, Argentina, Spain, and Paraguay. De la Fuente retired in 1952 after an accomplished twenty one year career. Luis de la Fuente passed away on May twenty eight, 1972 by a heart attack from fifty eight years of age. He was buried facing the Luis "Pirata" Fuente Stadium which was called for him.
Luis de la Fuente Top Mentions:
- Ansu Fati is a ‘special talent’
- Luis de la Fuente: “I would take Sergio Ramos to the Olympic Video games”
- Luis de la Fuente: I'm not buying the idea that there aren't clubs in Spain that wouldn't
- Luis de la Fuente: Spain are excited to have Luis Enrique back with us