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A compilation of ten of My Footballl Facts and Stats Legendary Football Players. Read the clues and see if you know who the football player is. Find over 100 biographies of Legendary Football Players ...

A compilation of ten of My Footballl Facts and Stats Legendary Football Players. Read the clues and see if you know who the football player is. Find over 100 biographies of Legendary Football Players on http://www.myfootballfacts.com/Legendary_Football_Players.html

My Football Facts and Stats features the mini-biographies of the World's most Legendary Football Players from the dawn of the sport in the Victorian Age right up to today's national and international competitions from every corner of the globe.
The players, all of whom have retired from playing, are arranged in batches of 15 with the latest entries shown as larger static images.

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  • My Football Facts & Stats has Tales of 145 Legendary Football Players.Legendary Football Players Here we present to you 10 of our Legendary Players Read the clues and see if you can guess who they are
  • 1There can be few more controversial signings inthe history of football than when TottenhamHotspur signed him.He was the son of a Bajan (Barbadian Creole)carpenter and a local Kent woman and was bornin Folkstone in 1888.He became the first outfield black player to playprofessional League football, making his debut forTottenham in September 1909 at inside forwardagainst Sunderland.
  • 1 Walter Tull
  • 1 Walter Tull
  • 2With his native club back in Cameroon, CanonYaounde, he won five league championshipsbefore he traveled to Europe.Twice named African Player of the Year in 1979and 1982, he stayed on in Spain after the 1982World Cup with Barcelona club Español.He won the African Nations Cup in 1984. He wasthe first African goalkeeper to earn a contract in aprofessional club in Europe, and the first to keep aclean sheet in a World Cup match.
  • 2 Thomas NKono
  • 2 Thomas NKono
  • 3England has produced a long line of goalkeepinglegends over the years. He was the best.Born in Sheffield, he joined third division sideChesterfield as a part-time pro in 1955. After fouryears, he was ready for bigger tasks and joinedLeicester City in 1959 for £7,000.It was at Filbert Street he started to show his class.He and Leicester reached the final of the FA Cupin his second season, but lost to Spurs whocompleted The Double that year.
  • 3 Gordon Banks
  • 3 Gordon Banks
  • 4Born in Amsterdam 1947, he began his career atlocal club Ajax in 1964.His excellent skills on the ball, great pace andability to lift his team-mates to a higher levelmade him an invaluable asset to the Ajax-team.He lifted Ajax to heights the club had never beenat before. Six Dutch league championships, fourdomestic cup titles and then three straightEuropean Cup triumphs 1971-73 plus a EuropeanSuper Cup and World Club Cup title on top of thatas well.
  • 4 Johan Cruijff
  • 4 Johan Cruijff
  • 5One of the best defenders in the game ever, hestarted his career in West Ham United and madehis league debut for them as a 17 year-old.He won his first England cap just weeks before the1962 World Cup and gained a place in the squadthat traveled to Chile.He was a gentleman on and off the field and atrue leader which made him win the Englandcaptaincy at an early age. He kept it for 90 of his108 matches equaling Billy Wright’s record.
  • 5 Bobby Moore
  • 5 Bobby Moore
  • 6He was born in Milan and devoted his entirecareer to his beloved Internazionale.This central defender or right-back blossomedearly and broke into the first team already duringthe 1980/81 season as a 17 year-old.He was soon acknowledged by national teamcoach Enzo Bearzot and was included in the 1982World Cup squad having barely played 30 seniormatches in the Italian league.
  • 6 Giuseppe Bergomi
  • 6 Giuseppe Bergomi
  • 7Born in Lierse, he is regarded as one of the bestplayers in Europe of his generation. Having startedwith his local club, he moved to Club Bruges in1978 where he stayed for 13 years until he retired.In the meantime he won three leaguechampionships and was voted Belgian Player ofthe Year three times as well.He made his debut for the national team in 1977and three years later he was impressive whenBelgium became runners-up to West Germany inthe European Championship.
  • 7 Jan Ceulemans
  • 7 Jan Ceulemans
  • 8Born May 25th 1953, he was one of the mostcommanding sweepers/defenders in World Cuphistory. He was the perfect leader for any team,and became captain for both club and country atan early age.Despite being only 174cm, he was exceptional inthe air and scored an impressive amount of goalsby headers from corners or free-kicks.He was an unusual player. His scoring record isquite unique for a defender. In 298 matches in theArgentine league, he scored 99 goals.
  • 8 Daniel Passarella
  • 8 Daniel Passarella
  • 9His club career started out in Korea with the AirForce Club, and in 1972 he made his internationaldebut at the age of 18, the youngest everinternational for South Korea.His debut came in the Asian Cup in Thailand,where he played five games as South Koreafinished as runners-up.His performances in Korea attracted the attentionof European clubs and in 1978 he moved to WestGermany to join SV Darmstadt 98.
  • 9 Cha Bum-Kun
  • 9 Cha Bum-Kun
  • 10Son of Brazilian international Domingos da Guia,Ademir da Guia was one of Brazils most talentedmidfielders in the 1960s and 1970s.Starting his career with Rio side Bangu, it was hismove to Palmeiras in 1961 that led to one of themost successful playing careers with one club ofany player in the world.In a sixteen year spell with Palmeiras, Ademir daGuia played an astonishing club record 866 seniorgames and scored more than 150 goals.
  • 10 Ademir da Guia
  • 10 Ademir da Guia
  • For More Legendary Football Players Go ToMy Football Facts & Statshttp://www.myfootballfacts.com/Legendary_Football_Players.htmlContact: webmaster@myfootballfacts.com Hope you enjoyed the show!