Luis de la Fuente and Hoyos, nicknamed "the Pirate" was a Mexican soccer player. Born in the port of Veracruz on January 17, 1914, where he died on May 28, 1972. This,along with Hugo Sanchez, the best Mexican player of all time. His natural position was midfield, and technical skills helped his game, distributing precise passes and goals without attending to markhimself. It was very dangerous in the air and had a powerful kick, his left side being the strong, besides having a special spring which reflected in his excellent passing game.He played professionally inMexico for clubs Aurrera and Mars. He also played for the national team was eliminated for the World Cup 1934 in Italy. After this, he went to Spain signed for Racing Santander, thus becoming thefirst Mexican player to play in Europe. He returned to Mexico at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War to play for the club and then Spain with Club America. Later, in 1940, emigrated to Argentina as partof the staff of Velez Sarsfield, and in 1942 again to Mexico to play again with Mars.
In 1943, back in his hometown, joined the club Red Sharks of Veracruz, a team leading two-time First Divisionchampionship in Mexico in 1945-1946 and 1949-1950 seasons.
He retired after 21 years of race on June 13, 1954. He died in 1972 of a heart attack and was buried in Veracruz. In its report to the stageof Veracruz was given the name Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes.
Valentín Elizalde Valencia (Jito hueca, Sonora, February 1, 1979. † Reynosa, Tamaulipas, November 25, 2006), also knownas El Gallo de Oro, was a Mexican singer sinaloense.1 genus 2
Elizalde was born in Jito hueca, Etchojoa, Sonora, there happened to be his early years and then moved to Guadalajara, Jalisco, and laterto Guasave, Sinaloa where he lived for some years with his father and his brothers Eduardo Elizalde. His father Eduardo "El Gallo" Elizalde was killed in a traffic accident in a place known as the...