1922 South American Championship squads

These are the squads for the countries that played in the 1922 South American Championship held in Brazil. The participating countries were Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay. The teams plays in a single round-robin tournament, earning two points for a win, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss.[1][2]

ArgentinaEdit

Head Coach: n/i [note 1]

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
2DF Pedro Castoldi 0 0   Belgrano (Rosario)
2DF Adolfo Celli (1896-12-31)31 December 1896 (aged 25) 0 0   Newell's Old Boys
3MF Ernesto Celli 0 0   Newell's Old Boys
3MF Alfredo Chabrolín 0 0   Newell's Old Boys
4FW Ángel Chiesa 0 0   Huracán
2DF Marcelo De Césari 0 0   Boca Juniors
3MF Miguel Dellavalle 0 0   Belgrano (C)
4FW Juan Francia 0 0   Rosario Central
3MF José Gaslini 0 0   Alvear
4FW Julio Libonatti 0 0   Newell's Old Boys
2DF Ángel Médici 0 0   Boca Juniors
4FW Julio Rivet 0 0   Del Plata
4FW Nicolás Rofrano 0 0   Alvear
2DF Florencio Sarasíbar 0 0   Rosario Central
3MF Emilio Solari 0 0   Nueva Chicago
1GK Santiago Scolari 0 0   Rosario Central
1GK Américo Tesoriere 0 0   Boca Juniors

BrazilEdit

Head coach:   Laís

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
Amílcar 0 0   Corinthians
Barthô (1899-01-28)28 January 1899 (aged 23) 0 0   Sao Bento
Chico Netto 0 0   Fluminense
Formiga 0 0   Paulistano
Fortes 0 0   Fluminense
Friedenreich 0 0   Paulistano
Héitor 0 0   Palestra Itália
Junqueira 0 0   Flamengo
Kuntz (1897-09-03)3 September 1897 (aged 25) 0 0   Flamengo
Laís 0 0   Fluminense
Marcos Mendonça 0 0   Fluminense
Neco 0 0   Corinthians
Nesi 0 0   São Cristóvão
Palamone 0 0   Botafogo
Rodrigues 0 0   Corinthians
Tatú 0 0   Corinthians
Xingô 0 0   Pelotas
Zezé I 0 0   Fluminense

ChileEdit

Head Coach:   Juan C. Bertone

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
Enrique Abello 0 0   Magallanes
René Balbotín 0 0   Bádminton
Guillermo Bernal 0 0   Jorge V
Manuel Bravo 0 0   Unión Coquimbo
Carlos Catalán 0 0   Fábrica de Vidrios
Aurelio Domínguez 0 0   Artillero de Costa
Humberto Elgueta 0 0   Gold Cross
Luis Encina 0 0   Norteamérica
Tránsito González 0 0   La Cruz
Ulises Poirrier 0 0   La Cruz
Miguel Ramírez 0 0   Centro de Torneros
Pedro Ramírez 0 0   Brigada Central
Víctor Sanchez 0 0   Estrella del Mar
Víctor Toro 0 0   Union Atletico
Víctor Varas 0 0   Artillero de Costa
Pedro Vergara 0 0   Eleuterio Ramírez
Víctor Zabala 0 0   Linares

ParaguayEdit

Head Coach:   Manuel Fleitas Solich

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1GK Modesto Denis 0 0   Nacional
1GK Tomas Riquelme 0 0   Olimpial
2DF Ramón González [pl] 0 0  
2DF César Mena Porta [pl] 0 0  
2DF Venancio Paredes [pl] 0 0  
3MF Isidoro Benítez Casco [pl] 0 0  
3MF Roque Centurión Miranda [pl] 0 0  
3MF Manuel Fleitas Solich (1900-12-30)30 December 1900 (aged 21) 0 0   Nacional
3MF Eusebio Diaz 0 0   Guaranil
4FW Luciano Capdevila [pl] 0 0  
4FW Carlos Elizeche [pl] 0 0  
4FW Enrique Erico [pl] 0 0  
4FW Luis Fretes [pl] 0 0  
4FW Ildefonso López [pl] 0 0  
4FW Julio Ramírez [pl] 0 0   Nacional
4FW Gerardo Rivas [pl] 0 0  
4FW Daniel Schaerer [pl] 0 0  

UruguayEdit

Head Coach:   Pedro Olivieri

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
Antonio Aguerre 0 0   Liverpool
1GK Fausto Batignani 0 0   Liverpool
1GK Manuel Beloutas 0 0   Universal
Fausto Broncini 0 0   Central
Felipe Buffoni 0 0   Wanderers
Norberto Cassanello 0 0   Wanderers
Juan Carlos Heguy 0 0   Central
4FW Rodolfo Marán 0 0   Nacional
Alberto Nogués 0 0   Wanderers
Juan Otero 0 0   Central
4FW Ángel Romano 0 0   Nacional
3MF Pascual Somma 0 0   Nacional
2DF Domingo Tejera 0 0   Wanderers
2DF Antonio Urdinarán 0 0   Nacional
3MF José Vanzzino 0 0   Nacional
3MF José Vidal 0 0   Belgrano
2DF Alfredo Zibechi 0 0   Nacional

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The first appointed coach of an Argentine national team was Ángel Vásquez in 1924.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Southamerican Championship 1922 by Martín Tabeira on the RSSSF
  2. ^ List of matches on World Football.net
  3. ^ Los 42 técnicos que tuvo la selección on La Nación, 24 Oct 2008