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1990s All-Star: Best Football XI
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1960s All-Star: Best Football XI
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2 months ago|Dream Team 108
1950s Hungary: The Mighty Magyars
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2 months ago|Dream Team 176
1962-63 Santos: ‘Alvinegro da Vila’ South America’s greatest
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2 months ago|Dream Team 187
1997-2005 Real Madrid: The Galactico era
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2 months ago|Dream Team 267
1973-76 Bayern Munich: Deutschland’s first World beaters
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1975-85 Liverpool: Best decade in the history of the Reds
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2 months ago|Dream Team 447
1999-2009 Manchester United: Most successful decade in Ferguson era
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2 months ago|Dream Team 355
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2 months ago|Dream Team 176
The 1960s: SL Benfica’s Golden Age
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2 months ago|Football 197
Bobby Moore: Only English captain to lift an International Silverware
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2 months ago|Football 1086
Vittorio Pozzo: Only Manager to win the World Cup twice
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2 months ago|Football 217
Franz Beckenbauer: Only defender to win the Ballon D’Or twice
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4 months ago|Football 226
Top 6 Greatest Moments of Wayne Rooney career
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4 months ago|Football 548
Memorable performance of Petr Cech in the UCL 2012 finals
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4 months ago|Football 2064
When Real Madrid faced their B team in Copa del Rey final
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4 months ago|Football 249
Interesting facts about Johan Cruyff
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4 months ago|Football 243
Interesting facts about Pele The Man, The Myth, The Legend
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4 months ago|Football 598
The maddest 18 days in Spanish football history
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4 months ago|Football 189
Memorable matches Manchester United vs Leeds United
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