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The Best George Best
“Best” in English means “the best.” Many Englishmen really consider George Best to be the best player in the history of British football. He owned feints no worse than the…

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Ukrainian in MJ
Forgive us, football fans from Russia who persistently consider Manchester United's English star of the early 1990s as their footballer, but we will take the liberty to include a Ukrainian…

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Rivaldo
With the light hand of Pele, who forty years ago, with the help of journalists, set forth the story of his ascent to the peak of fame, the new stars…

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The pearl of Mozambique – the hero of Portugal

The world knows the great football player only as Eusebio, but his full name is three times longer. When he was just starting to play, it never occurred to anyone to dignify the semi-literate Negro boy Eusebio and Silva Ferreira, all the more so as he began in the distant African wilderness. And since he broke into a very young football in great football, it was just Eusebio who remained for everyone. Continue reading

Eternal record holder

In the late 1950s, Juste Fontaine was a great pair of strikers with Raymond Kopa. Together they played in the French team and in the club “Reims”. Kopa built more, prepared attacks, and Fontaine scored, and very many. He knew how to be exactly where Kopa gave an unexpected pass for everyone, and knew how to use the slightest opportunity to deliver an accurate strike. Continue reading

Ball wizards: a retrospective look

In the period between the two world wars, Brazilian youth began to thrill Europe. Back in 1925, an extremely successful tour of the team from Sao Paulo took place, but the Brazilian national team at the World Championships in 1938 led the genuine enthusiasm of the Europeans, striking them with exceptional technique and overall inimitable style of the game. Continue reading

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The story of how a soccer ball fell to Earth from space and came back
In 1986, the Challenger shuttle exploded 73 seconds after the flight began, thus ending the lives of seven members of the NASA team. The ship scattered into 14 tons of…

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London experiences Arsenal - Leicester
Arsenal ": Czech - Belerin, Mertezaker, Koselni, Montreal - Cokelen, Ramsey - Oxlade-Chamberlain, Yezil, Sanchez - Fat Spare: Ospina, Chambers, Flamini, Elneny, Walcott, Welbeck, Campbell Leicester: Schmeichel - Simpson, Morgan,…

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Eternal record holder
In the late 1950s, Juste Fontaine was a great pair of strikers with Raymond Kopa. Together they played in the French team and in the club "Reims". Kopa built more,…

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Sir bobby
BOBBY CHARLELTON (Born in 1937) He played in the English clubs "Manchester United" and "Preston North End". In 1958–1970 he played 106 matches for the England team. On February 6,…

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