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Tag Archives: Pele

Martin Odegaard Has All The Qualities To Become Norway’s New Superstar

Posted on by Marshall Norbal
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Football is always a game where being a young kid you dream of being the Roy of The Rovers superstar that grabs victory from the jaws of defeat. When I was 15 year’s old, I was discovering Oasis, sitting exams, … Continue reading

World Cup Legends #1: Just Fontaine

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Despite the superstars that have graced the World Cup over the decades, there is one record that may never be beaten by any player ever again. Only 3 times has a player scored double figures in a World Cup tournament, … Continue reading

Tampa Bay Rowdies v New York Cosmos, 1976: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

With all of the recent discussion about the NASL being reformed in the United States, I thought I’d share a very interesting video with you which is the first ten minutes of the 1976 NASL game between Tampa Bay Rowdies … Continue reading

Legends Of English Football: #1 Sir Stanley Matthews

Posted on by Paul Bestall

“The man who taught us the way football should be played” Pele Well if you’re going to start a series like this, there is only one person to start with in my opinion, Sir Stanley Matthews, the wizard of dribble. Matthews … Continue reading

Football And The Decline Of The Western Civilization

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Many scholars of art, literature, football and music will argue that the classics are far better than the recent and current crop of artistes. Legends such as Dali, Picasso, Shakespeare, Yeats, Dickens, Cruyff, Pele, Pukas, Lennon, Sinatra, Presley and Marley … Continue reading