Why Germany Should Only Have 3 World Cup Stars On Their Jersey, Not Four

“I have never had blood taken during my whole career!”

With doping tests only being introduced by FIFA in 1966, the first of four stars on any German national team jersey will always remain in its place. The woebegone part of this historical drama is not that German players weren’t playing by the rules. This practice is still in effect today, with many cases reported every year. Hungary however, have slipped off the grid in soccer, and it’s a crime that their history isn’t rewarded with at least one trophy, over half a century ago, when the team known as the Mighty Magyars once dominated the world of soccer.

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