Resurrected Liverpool
It is difficult for us to imagine that at the beginning of the 60s of the last century the great Liverpool was in the second division, and occupied the bottom…

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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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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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Brazil reached

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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

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

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Vashchuk Vladislav Viktorovich
Vashchuk Vladislav Viktorovich Ukrainian football player, defender Born on January 2, 1975 in Kiev. He played for Dynamo Kyiv (Kiev) (1993–2002, 2005–2008), CSK ZSU (Kiev) (1993), Spartak (Moscow) (2003–2004), Chernomorets…

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Legendary Tactic
Initially, football was designed more for that. to become a form of free pastime, rather than a professional occupation. The young people who founded the English Football Association did not…

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Resurrected Liverpool
It is difficult for us to imagine that at the beginning of the 60s of the last century the great Liverpool was in the second division, and occupied the bottom…

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The most unusual football team: “Sands Utd” plays when one of the players dies a child
Most football players dream of fame and admiration in the eyes of fans, but not these men who have joined the team called “Sands Utd”. Each of their games is…

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