José Piendibene

 Piendibene scores for Peñarol against Español at Paerque Central, Montevideo .18 July 1926- Ricardo Zamora the beaten 'keeper.

 Piendibene. spent 20 years (1908-28) as a player with Peñarol. He has been credited with being responsible for the second stage in the evolution of Uruguayan football- whereas Juan Harley laid the foundations with the short passing Scottish , Piendibene added the dribbling and flair that completed the  cartachteristic Uruguayan style. 
Piendibene played over 500 games for Peñarol, scoring 250+ goals. He represented Uruguay 40 times (1909-23), scoring 20 goals, including a record 17 in matches against Argentina

Salve Divino Maestro, Señor de la Cortada, Rey del Pase, Monarca del Cabezazo, Emperador de la Gambeta, Sultán del Dribbling, Soberano del Taquito
 Diego Lucero (1935)