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…

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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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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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successes of the club

Liverpool to bone marrow

Robert Paisley was a member of the coaching staff of Bill Shankly, in which Liverpool first returned to the top division in the 1960s, then entered the European arena for the first time, and finally, in 1973, won its first European trophy – the UEFA Cup.

Unlike Shankly, Bob Paisley’s entire football career went to Liverpool — he joined the club in 1939, but the debut mainly took place after a few years — the Second World War began, which Paisley ended in Italy. Continue reading

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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Thierry Henry, nicknamed Titi
With regard to Thierry Henry, the Stirlitz dictum, which has become classic, is appropriate: "The last phrase is always remembered." The last sentence, Henri was his handball in the butt…

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Bison
Born in the small town of Hornefors in northern Sweden, Gunnar Nordahl is one of five brothers, each of whom was a football player. They all played in the amateur…

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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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