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Anonymous asked in SportsFootball (Soccer)Other - Soccer · 1 decade ago

Who Is the Player they call Blanco, Which club does he play for and which country is he from?

Basically I need all his details. wiki said raul in real, but in FIFA 07 there is supposed to be another Blanco which i cant find.

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    Cuathemoc Blanco? He is Mexican and plays for America of Mexico

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Cuauhtémoc Blanco Bravo (born January 17, 1973 in Tepito, Mexico City) is a Mexican football striker, who currently plays for Club América.

    Blanco made his debut in the Primera División de México at age 17, back in 1990 for Club América, and went on to play with Necaxa, Veracruz and Real Valladolid in Spain before returning to Club América. Blanco has also played for the Mexican National Team in two World Cups, France '98 and Korea-Japan 2002, scoring a total of two goals, and was also a member of the Mexican National Team that won the Confederations Cup in 1999, where he was the tournament's leading score, and holds the record with Ronaldinho as the player that scored the most goals in a Confederations Cup, both with 9 goals. (See Confederations Cup goalscorers). He attracted much attention from both Spanish and German clubs.

    In May of 2005, Blanco won his first club championship as a player, leading Club América to its tenth league title, (and a tie for the honour of the club with most titles) when the "Aguilas" defeated the UAG Tecos by an aggregate score of 7-4 (1-1, 6-3) Blanco is one of Mexico's best attacking strikers and one of the league's most prolific scorers still in activity, with 127 goals to his name. He has amassed 89 caps and scored 29 goals for his country. Blanco was responsible for introducing a novel footballing technique known popularly as the 'Blanco Bounce' or 'Bunny Hop' ('Cuauhtemiña' in Mexico), whereupon he would tuck the ball between his feet and leap over tackling or on-rushing opponents with the ball still clutched in the same position. This move was introduced in the 1998 World Cup against South Korea.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Cuahtemoc Blanco. An oldie from MEXICO. He plays for America FC.

    In fifa 2007, there is a skill called the "Cuahteminha" where he jumps with the ball forward.

    Try:

    While pressing L1, user the analog stick forward, back, forward. While going forward with the dribble stick (LEFT stick) And there u go.

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