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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Golden Zlatan
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (born 1981) He is one of the best strikers in Europe. In fact, Zlatan was very close to deciding the fate of the Golden Ball in his personal…

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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…

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minutes and the first goal

Brazil national team – Uruguay national team 1950 World Cup

In 1950, the world championship, the fourth in a row, and the first, held after World War II, hosted Brazil. Millions of hot Brazilian fans remembered, of course, that in the I and II championships the winners were the hosts of the tournaments. They also remembered that at the last pre-war championship in 1938, in distant Europe, the Brazilian national team reached the semifinals, where they lost, as every Brazilian firmly knew, only because the coach did not install Leonidas. Continue reading

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 Brazilian wizard Garrincha, perfectly and accurately hit with both legs, played well in the air, picked up speed from the spot and jerked away from defenders … And, of course, scored goals, a lot of goals. Continue reading

"If Bonek scored, it means that socialism is good."
Zbigniew Bonek - born March 3, 1956 in the city of Bydgoszcz (Poland). The nickname is “the handsome night” (according to one version, it was nicknamed Bonek ostensibly because he…

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GERD MULLER
Gerd Muller owns a whole constellation of football records. He was the top scorer of the world championships (until 2010) - scored 14 goals. The best scorer of the German…

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Little-known photographs of the “King of Football” of the 20th century by the legendary Pele
Pele - the legendary Brazilian attacking midfielder and the only player in the world, three times became a world champion as a player. At the age of 7, Pele began…

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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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