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Sunday, 29 May 2011

Real Madrid 1999 - No.6 Redondo.

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Tactically perfect, Fernando Redondo glided around the Real midfield for six years from 1994, winning two Champions league and two La Liga's in his time at the club.

'El Principe' was the ultimate professional, the epitome of passion and finesse and seemed to define the role of holding midfielder.
Such a hero to the fans, he recieved a standing ovation at the Santiago Bernabeu when he returned some years later with AC Milan.

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The Argentinian always envisioned a more complete role for himself and had 'beauty and beast' to his game, just as comfortable enforcing as he was creating.

His star began to wane just as the Champions League began to dominate the world game and turn players into superstars, as surely would have happened with the effortlessly graceful Redondo.


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Saturday, 28 May 2011

Barcelona.



Founded as Foot-Ball Club Barcelona in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English and Spanish footballers, the club has become a symbol of the Catalan people, hence the motto "Més que un club" - More than a club.

Unlike many other football clubs, their fans, the 'Culos', own and operate Barcelona. It is currently the world's second richest football club in terms of revenue, just behind their bitter rivals Real Madrid.
The intense rivalry between the clubs reflects the political and cultural tensions between the two regions and the derby, 'El Clasico', is considered the biggest domestic match in the world.


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Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Boca Juniors 1997 - No.10 Riquelme.


In 1997 Boca's favourite son Diego Maradona, dogged by scandal and controversy, played his last game for the club. His legacy and shirt number was handed to Argentina's new prodigy, Juan Roman Riquelme.

Echoing Maradona, starting at Argentinos Juniors, then Boca and moving to Europe with Barcelona, the 'Lazy Magician' has had a turbulent career. Finding form with Villareal after bing bombed out of the Nou Camp, Riquelme shone and was unfortunate not to lead them into the final of the 2006 Champions league.
But another tense situation led Riquelme back to legendary status at his hometown club in Argentina.


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