The story of the first football genius of the new formation. Ronaldinho, Kaka, Cristiano, Messi … These are world stars, in their time, to play like they, all the children of the planet dreamed. And the first, whose t-shirts were sold in millions of parties around the world, was the Brazilian wunderkind, or the “clown”, or the “chubastik” Ronaldo. Continue reading
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 confrontation with Ronaldo in his favor. And who now remembers the criticism that came down on the Flying Swede when he performed in Barca? Continue reading
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 the extreme midfielder. While still a player, he showed a penchant for coaching, and immediately after the war, Busby was offered a place as assistant coach at Liverpool. Continue reading
“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
(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, 1958, Manchester United returned to England from Belgrade after the match with the Red Star in the European Champions Cup. Continue reading