UEFA Champions league is the best trophy any footballer under a European club could ever win apart from general world trophy like world cup or continental competition like Euro, Copa America, Afcon etc. It is the dream of every player to win this competion before the end of their football career but unfortunately there are lots of great names in football history that didn't get to win the competition before hanging their boots.
In today's article, we are gonna be looking at the most iconic and memorable photos in the world cup history. Lets Begin 1. The centenario stadium in Montevideo, Uruguay. Where the tale of the world cup began in 1930 2. Bobby Moore holding the Jules Rimet trophy after winning the final against West Germany in 1966 3. Pele and Bobby Moore swapping shirts after their clash in 1970 4. West Germany Captain Franz Beckenbauer and East Germany Captain Bernd Bransch ahead of their group stage match in 1974 5. The iconic
Life really isn't fair but then you must have heard that a lot but anyways here is another proof that it isn't. This individuals have been opportuned to becoming stars in two different fields of life—Soccer and Movie acting. They not only got (or get) the job done on the field of play but also crush it on the screens of scripted entertainment. Well, I guess achieving huge success in a particular area of life gives you the right amount of exposure to thrive in other areas. This is definitely the case,
According to an online voting poll on American sports network ESPN, football fans voted their greatest of all time (GOAT) in some countries that have produced, and continue to produce legends in the history of the game (football), and here are the results. ARGENTINA Six time ballon d'or winner Lionel Messi won 65% of the votes, with Maradona coming second with 32% votes. Brazil The great Pele won an impressive 79% votes compared to Ronaldo's 19%. England Former Man Utd player Sir Bobby Charlton came out top
I’m literally licking my lips at the prospect of Lille defender Gabriel Magalhaes (22) signing on the dotted line for Arsenal. The thought of him alongside William Saliba is something truly special and both could form the heart of Arsenal’s defence for a decade. The price, reported to be £22m, is nothing short of theft because for anyone taking the time to study the Lille centre-back will notice someone with the composure far beyond his years. He has fantastic positional sense, is solid and athletic with
Over the years some very talented footballers have been and gone without lifting a trophy above their head, never got to experience the feeling of collecting that winners medal or being marauded by jubilant fans during a pitch invasion following the moment of success. The notion of certain people ‘deserving’ a trophy because of the career they had is a sticky one, but no one can deny that it’s regrettable that these five players never had the honour. 1. Bobby Moore There are some legendary names on that
Tributes have now been paid to former Arsenal assistant coach Theo Foley, who has died at the age of 83. The Irishman enjoyed a successful playing career with Northampton and Charlton before taking up backroom roles at a number of clubs. During his playing days he represented Burnley, Exeter City, Northampton and Charlton, and also earned nine caps for the Republic of Ireland. Gooner Fanzine wrote: "Deeply saddened to hear the news that Theo Foley, George Graham's assistant when Arsenal won their first titl
Africa and Europe have both come a long way in playing football. Though European countries have won the World Cup more than any other continent in the world, no country in Africa has gone beyond the Quarter final. European players have also won the World Player of The Year numerous times, Africa has only won it once. Yet that does not mean African footballers are inferior to their European counterparts. I decided to come up with a list of Best Ever 11 of both continents. As always, feel free to share your views.
Before I start listing they greatest in the world,let me enlighten you on who a defender is and there role. A defender primary job is to deny penetration.the defender does this by preventing the attacker from either passing forward, dribbling towards the goal or shooting. He Are The Top 5 Greatest: 5 Bobby Moore:Probably England's greatest ever player. His tackles versus Brazil at the 1970 World Cup really are the stuff of leg 4 Cafu:The only player to feature in three consecutive World Cup finals, winning two
It is the dream of every football player to win the Uefa champions league, this is because it is one of the biggest football tournaments in the world with a lot of prestige, honor, and glory. In this article, we are going to list the top 20 players who never won the Uefa champions league while some have won the FIFA world cup, Ballon d' Or, Euro cup but not the Uefa champions league.
The number on a footballer's shirt might be one of their most recognizable marks, and the Chelsea midfielder reveals why the No.29 shirt is so special to him. In 1928, shirts with numbers were introduced to football to make it easier to identify positions. They have, however, evolved into iconic icons of football heroes past and present, and just seeing the numerals on the shirt may make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.
In this article, we are gonna be looking at some amazing photos of top 25 football players and their wax statues. These football players are famous and are known world wide for their great skills and records they've already made in the game of football. Well, I am pretty sure that most of you might have not come across such photos, so that was why I brought them all up to you. However, these wax statues look very much alike with the players which some of you might even find it difficult to differentiate with
In this article we shall see Players who were popular and won a lot of trophies in 1960's and 1970's. Some of these players set record that took time for Ronaldo and Messi to surpass. Recently, cristiano ronaldo surpassed Pele's official goals and this shows that these legends achieved a lot during their career. Check out the image below for more details. The best Xi players in 1960's. Goalkeeper: Yashin. Midfielders: Best, Luis suarez, Bobby Charlton and Garrincha. Defenders: Marzolini, Bobby Moore and Djalma
.The Queen of England has sent a message to the English football team ahead of an important game against Italy on Sunday. The Queen said, she presented the award to Bobby Moore, that was the first captain of the England football team that won the World Cup in 1956, which was 55 years ago.
The Greatest Defenders of all time which featured the likes of Ronald Koeman, Bobby Moore, Jose Santamara, Billy Wright and many more are mentioned in the list below: 10). Ronald Koeman (NED) He is the most highest scoring defender in history bagging 194 goals in 503 matches. He won three dutch tittles, one Spanish cup and two European Cup. He will be remember by the people of Holland for the key part he played in securing the 1988 European Championship He ended his international Career with 14 goals . 9).
Some footballers don't just depends on football alone. Some of them sweep/switch into acting, Modeling and other lucrative activities. Below includes the list of Footballers who have featured for different movies. 1. Olivier Giroud - Spiderman (French series) About 2 years ago, the 32 years old Chelsea Striker made an announcement on twitter that he will voice the role of Green Goblin in the spider man movie - (New generation) 2. Kimpembe - Spiderman ( French series) The Paris Saint - Germain defender was also
The Three Lions fans have voted for England's all-time greatest XI and the outcomes are questionable
The Three Lions have been honored with unimaginable players across their set of experiences and narrowing it down to only 11 is difficult.Yet, The Sun requested that fans pick from a select number of players to at last decide England's best side.
1. Franz Beckenbauer Beckenbauer dominated the defense with his leadership, he was a great man marker and important player of the West Germany that won the World Cup in 1974. In the final of that tournament he had to mark Johan Cruyff and did this so well Cruyff was never able to play like he had done before at that tournament. "Der Kaiser" introduced a new style of play as an attacking sweeper, scoring 60 goals in 427 appearances for Bayern Munich. 2. Bobby Moore Bobby Moore was captain of the English team
Footballers are always among famous people in the world because the sport is followed by lots of people of various races, culture and nationality. Some many football players have appeared in movies as well as TV series and today we want to take a look at those footballer players who have acted movies in their career. Starting from the great people down to England lend David Beckham, here are five football players who have appeared in a movie. 1. Pele Brazilian legend Pele appeared in the 1981 film titled " Escape
Nobby Stiles passed away on Friday at the age of 78. He was a major force in the England national team, which won the World Cup in 1966 by beating West Germany. Stiles had been ill for some time, he had advanced prostate cancer and dementia. He is the seventh English base player of the 1966 World Cup final to have passed away, after Bobby Moore, Alan Ball, Ray Wilson, Gordon Banks, Martin Peters and Jack Charlton. Stiles became best known for dancing on the field of Wembley (main photo) after the final with