Guillermo Stabile was an Argentine footballer and coach. On club level Stabile won two national championships with CA Huracan and played in Italy and France. He was the top-striker of the first World Cup 1930. As coach he led Argentina to victory at six Copa Americas and the suburban Buenos Aires side Racing Club to three league titles.
Stabile was born in Parque Patricios, Buenos Aires.
Prior to the first FIFA World Cup which was held in Uruguay; Stabile had never played for Argentina before at 25 years old. He did not play in Argentina's first match of the competition against France.
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