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  • 1. Welcome to my Research project on Football
    [History on players]
  • 2. Contents page
    Slide 1- title page
    Slide 2- contents page
    Slide 3- introduction
    Slide 4- the players
    Slide 5- Franz Beckenbauer
    Slide 6- Pele
    Slide 7- Diego Maradona
    Slide 8- Johan Cryuff
  • 3. Today I will be sharing my Information report on football history on players.
    I will be answering questions that I set for myself.
    The Questions are:
    Where the players were born?
    Where the played [club football]?
    How many international caps did they have each?
    What has changed from then to now?
    When did each player start playing?
    Why are they famous?
    Why did they choose football?
    Did the play any other sports?
  • 4. The players
  • 5. Mini profile:Name: Franz BeckenbauerCountry: Germany/ West GermanyInternational caps: 103International goals: 14Clubs: C Munich 1906, Bayern Munich, New York Cosmos, Sv Hamburg.Achievements: European footballer of the year in 1972 and 1976, wining the world cup in 1974 [as a player] and in 1990 [as a coach] and winning the European cup in 1974,1975 and 1976.
    Beckenbauer was born in admin ruins of post war Germany on the 18th of September 1945 in Munich. When he was 19 he played his first game for Bayern 5 years after he had signed for them. Before he played for Bayern he quit his part time job of being a sales men to become a pro footballer. He is the only player to win the world cup as a player and a manager. He won the world cup in 1974 as a player and in 1990 as a coach.
  • 6. Mini profileName: PeleCountry: BrazilInternational caps:92International goals: 77clubs: Santos, New York cosmosAchievements: winning the world cup in 1958, 1962 and 1970. also winning the south America player of the year.
    Pele has won 3 world cups all as a player. His first world cup was won in 1958 held in Sweden. They beat them 5-2 in original time. Pele was only 17 when he won his first world cup. The next world cup he won was 4 years later held in Chile. This time they beat Czechoslovakia 3-1 in the final. The 3 and last world cup he won was in 1970 against Italy. The beat Italy 4-1. The tournament was held in Mexico.
  • 7. mini profilename: Diego Armando Maradonainternational caps: 91 international goals: 34Clubs: Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors, Barcelona, Napoli, Sevilla, Newell's Old Boys Achievements: Winning the world cup in 1986
    Diego Maradona was part of the 11 man squad picked tom play in the world cup final in 1986. on the way to the final Diego Maradona used his arm to score the first goal and he also scored the second goal and that is known as the goal of the century in a 2-1 win take them to the semi finals of the world cup. Below there are some hyperlinks to the hand of god and the goal of the century.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbbsytHDp2oto
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jk-kXwjASEE&feature=related
  • 8. Mini profileName: Hendrik Johan CruyffInternational Caps: 48International goals: 33Clubs : Ajax, Barcelona, Los Angeles Aztecs, Washington Diplomats, Levante, Feyenoord Achievements: winning the European footballer of the year in 1971,1973, 1974 and winning the European cup in 1971,1972 and 1973.
    Cruyff was born on the 25th of April 1947 in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Unlike all the other players he is the only one to not win the world cup. Cruyff has been to 2 world cup finals and hasn’t won any. He has been noticed in Europe and people still admire his trick called
    ‘the Cruyff turn’.