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Percy Rojas Personal information Full name Percy Rojas Montero Date of birth September 16, 1949 (1949-09-16) (age 61) Place of birth Lima, Peru Playing position Striker/Midfielder Youth career Universitario de Deportes Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1967–1974 Universitario de Deportes ? (?) 1975–1976 Independiente 72 (27) 1977–1980 Sporting Cristal ? (?) 1981–1982 Seresien 29 (11) 1983–1984 Universitario de Deportes ? (?) National team 1969–1982 Peru 49 (7) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Percy Rojas Montero (born September 16, 1949) is a retired football midfielder from Peru. He competed for the Peru national football team at the 1978 and 1982 FIFA World Cup. He won the Copa America with the Peru National football team in 1975. At club level he played for Universitario de Deportes, Independiente (Argentina), Sporting Cristal and R.F.C. Seresien (Belgium). He won the Libertadores Cup with Independiente in 1975, as well as five Peruvian Leagues with Universitario (1967, 1969, 1971, 1974 and 1982) and two more with Sporing Cristal (1979, 1980). Rojas made 49 appearances for the Peru national football team from 1969 to 1979.[1] Currently, he is a television commentator. Honors Season Club Title 1967 Universitario de Deportes Peruvian League 1969 Universitario de Deportes Peruvian League 1971 Universitario de Deportes Peruvian League 1974 Universitario de Deportes Peruvian League 1975 Peru national team Copa America 1975 Independiente Copa Libertadores 1975 Independiente Copa Interamericana 1979 Sporting Cristal Peruvian League 1980 Sporting Cristal Peruvian League See also 1978 FIFA World Cup squads 1982 FIFA World Cup squads References ^ Pierrend, José Luis (2009-05-28). "Peru - Record International Players". RSSSF. http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/peru-recintlp.html.  (German) Weltfussball profile  Peru squads v · d · ePeru squad – Copa América 1975 Winners (2nd Title) 1 Acasuzo • 2 Aparicio • 3 Barbadillo • 4 Casaretto • 5 Cubillas • 6 Chumpitaz • 7 Cueto • 8 Díaz • 9 González Ganoza • 10 Mélendez • 11 Navarro • 12 Oblitas • 13 Ojeda • 14 Párraga • 15 Quesada • 16 Ramírez • 17 Rojas • 18 Ruiz • 19 Sartor • 20 Soria • 21 Sotil • 22 Velásquez • Coach: Calderon v · d · ePeru squad – 1978 FIFA World Cup 1 Sartor • 2 Duarte • 3 Manzo • 4 Chumpitaz (c) • 5 Díaz • 6 Velásquez • 7 Muñante • 8 Cueto • 9 P. Rojas • 10 Cubillas • 11 Oblitas • 12 Mosquera • 13 Cáceres • 14 Navarro • 15 Leguía • 16 Gorriti • 17 Quesada • 18 Labarthe • 19 La Rosa • 20 Sotil • 21 Quiroga • 22 R. Rojas • Coach: Calderón v · d · ePeru squad – 1982 FIFA World Cup 1 Acasuzo • 2 Duarte • 3 Salguero • 4 Gastulo • 5 Leguía • 6 Velásquez • 7 Barbadillo • 8 Cueto • 9 Uribe • 10 Cubillas • 11 Oblitas • 12 González • 13 Arizaga • 14 Gutiérrez • 15 Díaz (c) • 16 Olaechea • 17 Navarro • 18 Malásquez • 19 La Rosa • 20 Rojas • 21 Quiroga • 22 Reyna • Coach: Tim Persondata Name Rojas, Percy Alternative names Short description Date of birth September 16, 1949 Place of birth Lima, Peru Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to Peruvian association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e