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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He created the miracles of Neanderthal
At the 2002 World Championships, held in Japan and South Korea, the goalkeeper of the German national team, Oliver Kahn, literally worked wonders. Perhaps it was especially vividly shown because…

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Matt busby
Before World War II, Matt Busby, who was born in Orbiston, Lancashire, played for Manchester City and Liverpool, spent several matches for the Scotland national team on the spot of…

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bomb craters

Duel: Leonidas vs Willimowski

World Cup 1938 year. Brazil national team – Poland national team
1938, the year of the third World Cup, was a turbulent time for Europe. The storm clouds of the coming world war were gathering over the continent. The Nazis, who came to power in Germany, no longer hide their claims to world domination. German factories increased the production of tanks, aircraft, artillery. Continue reading

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 rush to perpetuate themselves on the book publishing field long before the end of their football career. In these footsteps, Rivaldo Vitor Borba Ferreira, better known by his first name, went on to Barcelona and Brazil’s national team, the best footballer of the world in 1999, the Golden Ball and many other individual prizes, which are especially valued in his sport, where victories are achieved through collective efforts. Continue reading

Brilliant years of Liverpool,

The 1970s were in English football the brilliant years of Liverpool, thanks in large part to Kevin Keegan’s magnificent play. Already in 1973, the twenty-two-year-old football player for the first time became the champion of England. In the same year, Liverpool won the UEFA Cup, and became the first English club to win the national championship and the European Cup in one season. Continue reading

Zico
"White Pele" (Born in 1953) He played in the Brazilian club "Flamengo", the Italian club "Udinese", Japanese clubs "Sumitomo" and "Kashima Antlers". In 1976–1986, he played 82 matches for the…

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He created the miracles of Neanderthal
At the 2002 World Championships, held in Japan and South Korea, the goalkeeper of the German national team, Oliver Kahn, literally worked wonders. Perhaps it was especially vividly shown because…

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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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Football weekend. Gladiator battles
This weekend promises us a number of interesting matches in the championships of England and Italy. It is in these two championships that intrigue in the fight for the championship…

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