Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder.

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  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. His distinctive blond hair, coupled with his flamboyant technique on the ball and ability as a playmaker, made him one of Colombia's most recognizable footballers, and arguably, one of the most recognizable footballers around the globe historically.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team in the 1990s. Between 1985 and 1998 he represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. Valderrama was known for the accuracy of his passing and assisting, his vision and tactical brain, which allowed him to have a strong presence without the necessity of running as much as it would be expected, his precise technique on the ball, and his clean assists. Valderrama played a huge role during the golden era of Colombian football during the 1990s. In 2004, Valderrama was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.At the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer joining the league in its first season. The most recognisable player in the league at the time, he helped popularise the league during the 1990s and attract other foreign footballers to ply their trade in the league. To this day, he is an icon as one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. His distinctive blond hair, coupled with his flamboyant technique on the ball and ability as a playmaker, made him one of Colombia's most recognizable footballers.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team in the 1990s. Between 1985 and 1998 he represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. Valderrama was known for the accuracy of his passing and assisting, his vision and tactical brain, which allowed him to have a strong presence without the necessity of running as much as it would be expected, his precise technique on the ball, and his clean assists. Valderrama played a huge role during the golden era of Colombian football during the 1990s. In 2004, Valderrama was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.At the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer joining the league in its first season. The most recognisable player in the league at the time, he helped popularise the league during the 1990s and attract other foreign footballers to ply their trade in the league. To this day, he is an icon as one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS. (en)
  • {{for|the baseball player|Carlos Valderrama (basCarlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. His distinctive blond hair, coupled with his flamboyant technique on the ball and ability as a playmaker, made him one of Colombia's most recognizable footballers.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team in the 1990s. Between 1985 and 1998 he represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. Valderrama was known for the accuracy of his passing and assisting, his vision and tactical brain, which allowed him to have a strong presence without the necessity of running as much as it would be expected, his precise technique on the ball, and his clean assists. Valderrama played a huge role during the golden era of Colombian football during the 1990s. In 2004, Valderrama was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.At the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer joining the league in its first season. The most recognisable player in the league at the time, he helped popularise the league during the 1990s and attract other foreign footballers to ply their trade in the league. To this day, he is an icon as one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS. He died in 2016 haha (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. His distinctive hairstyle, added to his similarly eye-catching style when on the ball, made him one of South America's elite footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from the late 1980s until 1998. Between 1985 and 1998 he represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. Valderrama was known for being consistently elegant and intelligent in the midfield area of the pitch; two-footed ability, world class passing ability, and perhaps his strongest quality was his nearly unbeatable ability for shielding the ball in difficult situations. Valderrama played a huge role during the golden era of Colombian football during the 1990s. In 2004, Valderrama was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.At the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognizable player in the league at the time (if not the most recognizable player at the time, in large part due to the highly distinctive hair), he helped popularize the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon as one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a former Colombian footballer who played as a midfielder. His distinctive hairstyle, added to his similarly eye-catching style when on the ball, made him one of South America's elite footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from the late 1980s until 1998. Between 1985 and 1998 he represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. Valderrama was known for being consistently elegant and intelligent in the midfield area of the pitch; two-footed ability, world class passing ability, and perhaps his strongest quality was his nearly unbeatable ability for shielding the ball in difficult situations. Valderrama played a huge role during the golden era of Colombian football during the 1990s. In 2004, Valderrama was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.At the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognizable player in the league at the time (if not the most recognizable player at the time, in large part due to the highly distinctive hair), he helped popularize the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon as one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a former Colombian footballer who played as a midfielder. His distinctive hairstyle, added to his similarly eye-catching style when on the ball, made him one of South America's elite footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s - having won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, despite the arguable fact that his best seasons were 1990, 1991, and 1992, all of which were arguably an improvement over his world class 1987 and 1993 calendar years. (It should be noted, however, that in 1990 and 1991 Valderrama was playing in Europe, and therefore was not eligible for the South American Footballer of the Year award at the time.)Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from the late 1980s until 1998. Between 1985 and 1998 he represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. Valderrama was known for consistently proving himself influential and highly competent against the top tier teams of the time e.g. West Germany 1990, Brazil 1989 & 1991 & 1995, Argentina 1987 & 1991 & 1993, PSV Eindhoven 1990 (European Cup winner in 1987-88, and one of the top tier clubs of Europe in 1990), Steaua Bucarest 1990 (European Cup Finalist in 1989), Olympique Marseille 1990 & 1991 (European Cup Finalist in 1991), Real Madrid 1991 (the final season of the legendary 'Quinta del Buitre' Real Madrid team, and one of the most expensive clubs at the time, with high profile players such as Gheorghe Hagi, Robert Prosinecki, Emilio Butragueño, Ricardo Rocha, Fernando Hierro, added to a supporting cast of proven players), Romania 1994, etc. Valderrama was also known for being consistently elegant and intelligent in the midfield area of the pitch; two-footed ability, world class passing ability, and perhaps his strongest quality was his nearly unbeatable ability for shielding the ball in difficult situations. Valderrama played a huge role during the golden era of Colombian football during the 1990s. In 2004, Valderrama was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.At the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognizable player in the league at the time (if not the most recognizable player at the time, in large part due to the highly distinctive hair), he helped popularize the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon as one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a former Colombian footballer who played as a midfielder. Regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, his distinctive hairstyle, as well as his skilful, elegant, and creative playing style on the ball, made him one of South America's elite footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s: he won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in Europe and South America, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a former Colombian footballer who played as a midfielder. Regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, his talent, distinctive hairstyle, and precise passing, as well as his skilful, elegant, and creative playing style on the ball, made him one of South America's elite footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s: he won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 1999, he was also named one of the top 100 players of the 20th century by World Soccer; in 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in Europe and South America, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS; in 2005, he was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. Regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, his talent, distinctive hairstyle, and precise passing, as well as his skilful, elegant, and creative playing style on the ball, made him one of South America's elite and most recognisable footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s: he won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 1999, he was also named one of the top 100 players of the 20th century by World Soccer; in 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in Europe and South America, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS; in 2005, he was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. Regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, his talent, distinctive hairstyle, and precise passing, as well as his skilful, elegant, and creative playing style on the ball, made him one of South America's elite and most recognisable footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s: he won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 1999, he was also named one of the top 100 players of the 20th century by World Soccer; in 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in Europe and South America, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS; in 2005, he was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid"), is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. Regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, his talent, distinctive hairstyle, and precise passing, as well as his skilful, elegant, and creative playing style on the ball, made him one of South America's elite and most recognisable footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s: he won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 1999, he was also named one of the top 100 players of the 20th century by World Soccer; in 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in Europe and South America, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS; in 2005, he was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid"), is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. A creative playmaker, known for his precise passing, technical skills, and elegance on the ball, he is regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, and by some as Colombia's greatest player ever; his distinctive hairstyle, as well as talent and skilful playing style made him one of South America's elite and most recognisable footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 1999, he was also named one of the top 100 players of the 20th century by World Soccer. In 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in Europe and South America, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated playmakers to ever play in MLS; in 2005, he was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid"), is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. A creative playmaker, known for his precise passing, technical skills, and elegance on the ball, he is regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, and by some as Colombia's greatest player ever; his distinctive hairstyle, as well as talent and skilful playing style made him one of South America's elite and most recognisable footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 1999, he was also named one of the top 100 players of the 20th century by World Soccer. In 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in Europe and South America, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated players to ever play in MLS; in 2005, he was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid"), is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. A creative playmaker, known for his precise passing, technical skills, and elegance on the ball, he is regarded as one of the best Colombian and South American footballers of all time, and by some as Colombia's greatest player ever; his distinctive hairstyle, as well as talent and skilful playing style made him one of South America's elite and most recognisable footballers in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He won the South American Footballer of the Year award in 1987 and 1993, and in 1999, he was also named one of the top 100 players of the 20th century by World Soccer. In 2004, he was included in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 "greatest living footballers" chosen by Pelé to celebrate the 100th anniversary of FIFA.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team from 1985 until 1998. He represented Colombia in 111 full internationals and scored 11 times, making him the most capped player in the country's history. He played a major role during the golden era of Colombian football in the 1990s, representing his national side in three FIFA World Cups and five Copa América tournaments.After spending most of his career playing club football in South America and Europe, towards the end of his career Valderrama played in Major League Soccer, joining the league in its first season. One of the most recognisable players in the league at the time of its inception, he helped popularise the league during the second half of the 1990s. To this day, he is an icon and is considered one of the most decorated players to ever play in MLS; in 2005, he was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. (en)
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  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. His distinctive blond hair, coupled with his flamboyant technique on the ball and ability as a playmaker, made him one of Colombia's most recognizable footballers.Valderrama was a member of the Colombia national football team in the 1990s. (en)
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  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born September 2, 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a former Colombian footballer who played as a midfielder. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a former Colombian footballer who played as a midfielder. (en)
  • Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkarlos alˈberto βaldeˈrama paˈlasjo]; born 2 September 1961 in Santa Marta, Colombia), also known as El Pibe ("The Kid") is a Colombian former footballer who played as a midfielder. (en)
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