From Hasta El Gol Siempre

icon cronaldo20128 March ~ Alfredo di Stéfano is best known for his time and Real Madrid, where he won five European Cups and eight La Liga titles. His career in Spain came after his success in Colombia, where he won three championships with Millonarios. However, between his spells at the two clubs he turned out for another. Ferrocarril Midland have spent most of their existence between the fourth and fifth tiers of Argentinian football but for a few games, during his peak, Di Stéfano turn out for them, as Sam Kelly recalls on his Hasta El Gol Siempre blog.

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