5. Garrincha Manuel Francisco dos Santos, better known as Garrincha, was a Brazilian professional footballer who played as a right winger for Flamengo and the Brazil national team. Widely regarded as one of the greatest Brazilian players of all time, Garrincha is extremely popular in Brazil, where older football fans consider him to be better than Pelé.
So who is the best dribbler of all time? Everyone has a little idea on the question as the topic is so important in what makes a perfect dribble. A symbol of unheard-of individual talent, dribbling can humiliate an opponent as much as it covers the successful one with glory.
Meet Garrincha Player With Bent Legs That Won 2 World Cups, Regarded As One Of The Greatest Dribbler
Hardly would you come across a player that has a physical shortcomings playing the game of football at a professional level, but a player from Brazil defy that odds many years ago, he goes by the Name Manuel Francisco dos Santo A.K.A Garrincha, he was also called Alegria do Povo (People's Joy) and Anjo de Pernas Tortas (Bent-Legged Angel) by his Brazilian fans.
Below is a list I put up together and it contains the names and actions of players who ruined their football carriers 1. Tony Adams The one time Arsenal captain was really a stand out player, but quite the hooligan. he had drunk his weight in beer and was jailed for driving under the influence of alcohol. A classic player who gave people much to talk about on and off the field. 2. Garrincha Mr Garrincha also had issues with alcohol (rum to be precise) and his bad habit which was excess consumption of alcoho
Football is a game that brings guys together, even enemies can become friends while watching football. The soccer game has been on for over 100 years now, but it seems to have gotten more interesting these recent years. (This photo is used for illustration only) We'll be looking at 10 footballers who killed their football careers due to smoking, drinking, fighting, and being too arrogant. 1. Tony Adams This man was once an Arsenal captain and a super player, but he was quite the hooligan. According to what he
The footballing world has been blessed with great dribblers throughout history, from the legendary Garrincha to Lionel Messi's signing with PSG. As the game has changed over the years, several playing styles have been replaced, resulting in the extinction of some. When a player with an outrageous amount of magic flair decides to dazzle across the field, dropping off opponents like flies, all his tactics and strategies are rendered pointless for the audience and managers alike.
Manuel Francisco dos Santos, popularly known as Garrincha, was a Brazilian professional footballer who played as a right winger. He is widely regarded as the greatest dribbler ever. He was born with his right leg 6 centimetres shorter than his left, also his left leg turned outwards and his right leg turned inwards, leading one doctor to certify him as crippled as a child.
There is no other country anywhere in the world, in the past or in the present that has produced the sort of players these two countries have produced. In every list of 10 Greatest footballers in the history of the world I've come across, both countries have at least 6 players on every single list: From Pele to Maradona, Di Stefano, Garrincha, Messi and Ronaldo. And coming up with a Best 11 Ever for both countries is the most difficult list I've compiled so far. This is a list where numerous World Footballers
Below is a list put together containing footballers who ended their careers due to Smoking, drinking and fighting. 1. Tony Adams The one time Arsenal captain was a great player, but somehow a hooligan. he drank beer alot and was arrested and jailed for driving drunk. His life style made people talk about him on and off the field. 2. Garrincha Was also an alcoholic and his bad habit(too much drinking) destroyed his life as a footballer. 'Garrincha' was one of the most talented football-player ever, possibly the
Since we are still in European league break, if we are to schedule a match for fun between Argentine legends and Brazilian legends. Its not a real match, we are just imaging putting up a team like that. Let's us highlight the formation and squad of each team. For Brazilian legends: they will line up in a formation of 3-5-2 Goal keeper: Taffarel Defenders :Roberto Carlos, Carlos Alberto and Cafu. Midfielders : Zico, Socrates, Ronaldinho, Didi and Garrincha. Strikers : Ronaldo de Lima and Pele. For the Argent
Garrincha Garrincha was a Brazilian footballer who was admitted by many as the best right winger in the history of the game.He played 60 times for Brazil and in three World Cups held in1958, 1962 and 1966.He was born on October 18, 1933 in Pau Grande, Brazil and died few months to his 50th birthday on 20th January, 1983 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The day February 6th is one of the most significant and important days in the history of football. One might ask what makes it such a significant day in football as it seems to be nothing just a casual day.. Well, I'll say its a highly significant day because its the day where two of the best wingers in the modern day football were born. Those players are none other than the famous Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar Jnr who both share the same date of birth, position on the pitch and a similar style of play. Cristiano
Cristiano Ronaldo is a footballer that has thrived over the years and has been successful. This thread explains the importance of Cristiano Ronaldo in the formation of the modern game. His offensive versatility has lead to influence not seen since Johan Cruyff. So, how has football changed the last 20 years? 1. The most common formation has changed from 4-4-2 to 4-3-3. 2. There are more goals per game and less emphasis on defence. 3. Star players are wingers rather than 10s. 4. Wingers are now inverted and score
We all know the Peles, the Maradonas, the Di Stefanos, and the Mullers of this world. However, it is a big surprise that the name of Garrincha doesn't strike any familiarity to the ears of the average football lover. But, believe me, he was one of the greatest talents the sport has ever seen. Garrincha was born Manuel Francisco dos Santos in 1933. He was born with physical defects: a deformed spine and a right leg that was six centimeters longer than the left. Even though, he was warned by doctors that he
Dribbling is an ART in football and players who are good Dribblers are so Valuable to their Respective Teams.The players who can decide a match with just one action are the players who mastered dribbling the best and had the ability to beat defenders no one else could. A footballer Can be Very Good at Dribbling but Doesn't Mean he will be amongst the Best in the world. The football game has many aspects one of it is dribbling.Many great players can dribble very well but this list is about "The best dribbler
Mane Garrincha Anjo de Pernas Tortas (Bent-Legged Angel) that was what he was called in Brazil, because of his Legs. The British football press said he "was Stanley Matthews, Tom Finney and a snake charmer all rolled into one." Chilean newspaper El Mercurio read: "What planet is Garrincha from?" After the Pacey and trickish Forward scored two against the Hosts in the 1962 world cup. Garrincha was Trick God on the pitch of play. The Brazilian is considered by many as the Greatest dribbler and the playe
They say that in order to be a top athlete you need to cut down on drinking and smoking. This is simply not true, since some of the greatest heroes in sports were more than just good drinkers. Of course we don’t claim that the alcohol helped them to achieve the top, but it didn’t slow them down that much either. Here’s a list of the biggest drinkers in the history of football. 1. Garrincha (1933-1983) In his homeland Brazil often mentioned as the greatest football player ever, before his countryman Pe
Football is one of the most exciting sports on the planet. Almost everyone watches football because of its entertainment and thrill and surprises. And who are they orchestrators of this wonderful game? Mainly, the football players. Since the inception of the game of football, there have been so many players who have a specific talent when they are on the ball.
10. Garrincha (Brazil) Known as little bird, Garrincha preferred to play in the right wing position and would cut inside from the wings to score a goal. By almost all eminent personalities in football, Garrincha was considered to be the best dribbler among the lot and hence, defined the nature of the player who dons #7 jersey- a player who is technically excellent. He was a member of the Brazilian squad that won the World Cup in 1962, which was an important one because with Pele injured for the finals, he l
Paolo Rossi: the Italian professional footballer who played as a forward, and led the Italy to FIFA world cup tittle in 1982 scoring 6goals to win the golden boot as top goalscorer and Golden ball for the player of the tournament. Rossi's death was reported early hour of Thursday morning on 10 December 2020 by Italian Television Channel RAI Sport where he had been working as a pundit. The legend have been battling with illness and died two months after his 64th birthday. Paolo Rossi is one of three players