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…

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Andrey Gusin
Gusin Andrei Leonidovich Ukrainian football player, striker, midfielder Born on December 11, 1972 in the city of Zolochiv (Lviv region). He graduated from the Lviv State Institute of Physical Culture.…

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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…

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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 the German national team itself, in the general opinion of fans and specialists, was noticeably paler than those great teams of the Federal Republic of Germany that in previous years they became world champions and three times European champions. Continue reading

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…

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Love at first sight
I will not tell you about a great club with legendary players. I will introduce you to a sincere and beautiful football. The German Bundesliga has always impressed with bright…

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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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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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