Jos Rafael Fello Meza Ivancovich Jose Rafael “Fello” Meza, “The Master”, was born on 6 July 1920 in the city of Carthage and debuted in the ranks of Carthaginian Club Sport at age 17 in 1937, quickly earning ownership. Only three years after their debut album “Fello” Meza emerged as the most prominent figure of the Old Metropolis box (and is known to the Carthaginian) and won the national scoring title in Costa Rica in 1940 with 13 touchdowns, to despite playing only nine games due to injury. They came several international series at the conclusion of the championship, which took them in, is to defend the colors of the Carthaginian or the other teams and national teams that they asked for reinforcement. One such series was against Estudiantes de la Plata in Argentina, which in three games he scored five goals.The Argentines wanted to hire “Fello” immediately, but the leadership of the national soccer declared that he was not transferable under Ier to play the Central American and Caribbean Association Football. In that event had an outstanding participation that led to Costa Rica to the title as undefeated. Meza That role catapulted to international football, teams as claimed by Mexico’s America, but he was also the Moctezuma de Orizaba in Mexico who would make their services for 200 a month. It departed on 22 June 1941, a day after getting married Lydia Montoya. In his debut in Aztec lands champion scorer with 21 goals in 12 games, then travel south for Argentina in October 1942, hired by Estudiantes de la Plata. There he spent two seasons again reaching high praise to convert 18 and 15 entries in 1942-43 and 1943-44 respectively.In 1944 “Fello” returns to Costa Rica but some back to Mexico hired by Moctezuma, with which in 1945 achieved a further 21 goals. The following season he moved to Atlanta, which paid 10 thousand dollars for his card, a very high figure at the time. With the Colts reached the Mexican championship in 1946-47, and 35.36 and 32 goals in three seasons with the Catalans. In 1949 he returned to Montezuma for a few months. That got another 19 goals and finished his experience in Mexico with a high yield of 163 goals. Juice 1950 Fc Barcelona in Spain that same year “Fello” returned to Costa Rica. After a short rest went to Colombia to play the 1950-1951 season with the University of Bogota, where he injured his kneecap. Could only act in 8 games for a production of 8 goals. That injury forced him to return to Costa Rica, where he spent six months recovering.Later joined the Carthaginian where he served a dual role as player and coach, experience and had been entrusted in its second phase with Montezuma. After several games for their favorite team, the Carthaginian, traveled to Honduras where he served in two stages its latest international experience also making player and coach at the Customs Web team. In 1955 he reappeared with the Carthaginian and played alongside his brother James, also an excellent soccer player, helping both to obtain the credential of the most effective lead of the championship that year.