After Pele’s goal v Bulgaria at Goodison Park, World Cup 1966.
Maradona v Milan, 1987.
Brazil to face New Zealand, World Cup 1982:
Waldir Perez, Leandro, Oscar, Falcao, Luizinho, Junior; Socrates, Cerezo, Serginho, Zico, Eder.
His outstanding ability to score with his thigh, head, leg, knee or whatever part of his body earned him the nickname HuGol. Widely regarded as Mexico`s greatest-ever player, Hugo Sanchez truely is a real legend.
"Tall, agile, talented and having the great Michael Jordan as his most admired idol, everything was set for Paulo Wanchope to become a basketball player. Despite the circumstances favoring basketball he went on to become one of the best Costa Rican footballers ever."
"The life of Raymond Kopa tells a story of a talented footballer who rose through the ranks to become one of the best French footballers ever. Kopa’s adolescence was a continuous fight, because of his origin as the son of Polish immigrants in France."
Gifted with a God-like technique and ability to score spectacular hatfuls of goals, Roberto Baggio is to be regarded as one of the greatest footballers ever. Thanks to his flair and skills on the ball Codino Divino, the Divine Ponytail, will for ever be remembered and worshipped by football fans worldwide.
In 1985 Hellas Verona one their first and only Italian championship. Read up on how Verona surprised everyone and managed to win the Serie A with a balanced mix of young talents and established performers.
Abedi Ayew, known as Abedi Pele, was born on November 5 1964 in a small village named Kyebi in the outskirts of the capital city of Accra. He is famous for becoming the first African footballer to excel in the European game. He earned his nickname “Pele” long before becoming a proffesional while playing football in the red dirt streets of Accra.