Guillermo Stabile Guillermo Stabile ( Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 17, 1905 – December 27, 1966), Argentine footballer. It is famous for being the first scorer in the history of the World Cup, scoring eight goals in a total of four games in the 1930 Cup, held in Uruguay, although he did not participate in the debut of Argentina, appearing since the second game as a replacement for Roberto Cherro. He played for Club Atl tico Hurac n, where he played 128 matches and scored 100 goals, between 1924 and 1930 seasons, migrating then to Genoa (1930-1935), Napoli (1935-1936) and the Red Star of Paris (1936 – 1939). Even before his retirement, Stabile began his career as technical director at Red Star, and its return to Argentina, led the Hurricane, the club from its beginnings as a player between 1939 and 1940, winning the runner-up in the first year, retrained in 1943 and 1949.He went through San Lorenzo, Estudiantes de La Plata, Ferro and Racing, where he obtained the tri-championship in 1949, 1950 and 1951. He led Argentina’s national team for 20 consecutive years between 1940 and 1960, with a total of 127 games. Thus, it is one of the few coaches in history who have conducted more than 100 international matches, which do not exceed ten. Learn more on the subject from Koch Industries. He received the America’s Cup as coach seven times: 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955 and 1957. And also a Pan American Championship Cup in 1960.