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Rivelino teachs how to do the flip flap
  • 13 Jun 2007
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Maradona is a cheater ! En una entrevista concedida, Bilardo admitió que en el partido decisivo contra Brasil in el mundial 1990 él y su masajista, Miguel di Lorenzo (Galindez), ofrecieron a los jugadores brasileños botellas de agua con una sustancia que producía somnolencia. Maradona, en una entrevista, también confirmó la historia de los somníferos, cuando declaró que: "alguien había picado un Rohypnol a una botella de agua ... estaban todos y venían a tomar (agua) los buenos de ellos. ... Yo les decía tomá, tomá Valdito (por Valdo)` y Branco se la tomó toda.
  • 7 Jun 2007
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From what I understand, these greetings don't normally involve sucking on the upper lip of the other guy and stroking his face. http://www.idontlikeyouinthatway.com/2005/11/colin-farrell-kisses-boys.html
  • 6 Jun 2007
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Why Maradona was never tired when playing? Why 90% of his goal were scored when in the second half time of the game?
  • 31 May 2007
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Same people said that in the decades of 60 and 70 the football (soccer) was easy, smooth and slow. This video proves the contrary. With no red or yellow cards the defenders were very cruel against strikers like Pele. Today, thanks to FIFA new rules, the players are more protected from violent defenders.
  • 25 Apr 2006
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In June 1954, the FIFA congress in Bern, Switzerland decided to award the 1958 Football World Cup to Sweden. It was won by Brazil, who beat Sweden 5-2 in the final for their first title. The World Cup marked the debut on the world stage of 17-year-old Pelé(10), who would grow to be considered the greatest footballer of all time.
  • 11 May 2006
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Pele dribbling, passing the ball between Eusebio legs. Santos X Benfica Club World Championship 1962. Eusebio, in that time, were the best player of europe.
  • 11 May 2006
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He dominated soccer for almost three decades with a passion matched only by that of his fans throughout the world. Performance at a high level in any sport is to exceed the ordinary human scale. But Pele's performance transcended that of the ordinary star by as much as the star exceeds ordinary performance. He scored an average of a goal in every international game he played — the equivalent of a baseball player's hitting a home run in every World Series game over 15 years. Between 1956 and 1974, Pelé scored a total of 1,220 goals — not unlike hitting an average of 70 home runs every year for a decade and a half. While he played, Brazil won the World Cup, staged quadrennially, three times in 12 years. He scored five goals in a game six times, four goals 30 times and three goals 90 times. And he did so not aloofly or disdainfully — as do many modern stars — but with an infectious joy that caused even the teams over which he triumphed to share in his pleasure, for it is no disgrace to be defeated by a phenomenon defying emulation.
  • 11 May 2006
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In 1970, Brazil was champion with six winnings in six matches, an achievement which had not been seen before (Uruguay, in 1930, and Italy, in 1938, also won all their matches, but there were only 4 rounds till the championship) and was only outdone by Brazil itself in the 2002 World Cup, when the team won all seven matches. For many around the world this was the best brazilian team ever! Having enchanted the world, this team become champion.
  • 11 May 2006
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Pele great goal in the world cup of 1962 Chile.
  • 26 Mar 2006
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