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Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Club America 1996.


América is one of the most successful clubs in Mexico. Domestically, the club has ten national titles, which places it second overall to Chivas, their bitter rivals from Guadalajara. Matches between them are known as El Súper Clásico, and are always considered the most important game of the season.

According to a 2012 poll conducted by Consulta Mitofsky, América is Mexico's most popular football club, with 23.4%, 2.3% more than Guadalajara. Although the most popular, América is also considered the most hated club in Mexico, with 44%.

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Roma 1986 - No.5 Ancelotti.


Although the pinnacle of an amazing career was reached with the legendary Milan team of the late eighties, 'Carletto' was, prior to that, captain of a very successful Roma side that won the 1983 Scudetto, 4 Coppa's and reached the 1984 European cup final.

Currently he is one of the most successful and sought after managers in world football after spells with Milan, Chelsea, PSG and Real Madrid and one of only six men to have won the European Cup/Champions League as player and manager.

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Argentina 1978 - No.10 Kempes.


Hosts Argentina captured their first world title as Holland, minus Cruyff, suffered final heartache for the second tournament running. Mario Kempes sealed Argentina's triumph, scoring twice against the Dutch in the confetti-strewn cauldron of the Estadio Monumental to earn himself additional acclaim as top scorer.

Argentina became the fifth team (after Uruguay, Italy, England and West Germany), to be both hosts and world champions.


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Australia.


Football in Australia will probably always refer to a different game entirely and although it may never be considered the 'national' game, 'soccer' has a high level of participation in the country.
The fully professional A-League domestic competition has been operating since 2005 and only shows signs of expanding. The national team has benefited, appearing in the last two world cup finals and during qualification in 2010 they reached their highest placing, 14th, in the FIFA World Rankings.
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Juventus 1996 - No.10 Del Piero.


As Carlo Ancelotti once said "He is a world-class player who needs no introductions". Alessandro Del Piero is a “l’uomo simbolo”, a symbol, of Juventus. He is the last of a dying breed of men who played their entire careers with one club. More than footballers, they embody the heart, spirit and soul of their respective cities and teams.

A player with such excellent technique and vision, Del Piero holds many records at the Turin club, including goals scored and appearances, over 300 and 770 respectively. He is in sixth place in the UEFA Champions League all-time goalscorer chart, having won the trophy in 1996.


During the Calciopoli scandals and amidst Juventus' relegation to Serie B, "Il Pinturicchio" remained loyal to the Old Lady. Big-money offers from top European clubs around the world were compounded by the walking out of a number of his teammates. Del Piero claimed that, as captain, the thought of leaving Turin didn't even cross his mind.
A king on and off the pitch: Alessandro Del Piero, a true legend of the game.

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Palmeiras 1951.


In 1951, Palmeiras won the International Copa Rio, known as the first world club championship.
Endorsed by FIFA, eight squads participated in the tournamant, divided into two brackets of four teams apiece: Vasco da Gama (Brazil) Austria Vienna (Austria) Nacional (Uruguay) and Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) playing in Rio; and Palmeiras (Brazil) Juventus (Italy) Red Star (Yugoslavia) and Olympique (France) playing in São Paulo.

Brazilian counterparts Vasco da Gama were beaten in the semi's and in the final Palmeiras defeated Juventus over two matches, 3-2 on aggregate. The blue shirt was worn by their keeper Cattani.


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Cologne 1983 - No.7 Littbarski.


Pierre Littbarski spent most of his playing career at 1.FC Köln during two spells, winning the German Cup once, in 1983, and was also three times Bundesliga runner up. He was initially used as a deep-lying striker before being utilised as a winger.

"Litti", as he was nicknamed, was widely known for his excellent dribbling abilities and humorous attitude, being one of the fans favourites in the Bundesliga during this decade. The pinnacle of his career was winning the 1990 World cup for West Germany.


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Inter Milan - 'Il Biscione'.


Animals are often used to represent football clubs in Italy, with the grass snake, called Il Biscione or Serpente, representing Inter. The snake is an important symbol for the city of Milan, appearing often in Milanese heraldry as a coiled viper with a man in its jaws.

One of the founders of Inter, a painter named Muggiani, was responsible for the design of the first Inter logo in 1908. The first design incorporated the letters 'FCIM' in the centre of a series of circles. The basic elements of the design have remained constant to this day.


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Torino 1971.


Founded in 1906 and based in Turin, 'I Granata' (the Clarets), are the joint fifth most successful club in Italian football in terms of championships won, seven titles, first in 1927–28 and most recently in 1975–76.

They have also won the Coppa Italia five times. On the European stage, the nearest Torino came to success was in 1992 when they reached the UEFA Cup final; only to lose it in two aggregate matches to Ajax without being defeated.


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Benfica 1962 - No.10 Eusebio.


Eusébio da Silva Ferreira played for Benfica for 15 years from 1960 and is the team's all-time top scorer with 638 goals. He was known for his speed and his powerful, accurate right-footed strike, making him an outstanding prolific goalscorer. In his time at Benfica he was instrumental in consolidating the Lisbon team as a major force in Europe, reaching 4 European Cup finals in the 60's, the highlight being the 5-3 win over Real Madrid in 1962.

Nicknamed The Black Panther, The Black Pearl or O Rei (The King) in Portugal, he won the Ballon d'Or award in 1965 and was runner-up in 1962 and 1966.
He was elected the 10th best footballer of the 20th century in a poll by the World Soccer magazine.


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Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Flamengo 1989 - No.10 Zico.


Often called the 'White Pelé', he is commonly considered one of the most skilled finishers and one of the best passers ever. He was also known as one of history's greatest free kick specialists, able to bend the ball with pace. According to Pelé, generally considered the best footballer ever, "throughout the years, the one player that came closest to me was Zico".

In December 1989 Zico made his last official appearance for Flamengo. With 731 matches for Flamengo, Zico is the player with the 2nd most appearances for the club. His 508 goals make him the club's top scorer ever.

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