Riquelme the Argentine maestro

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In Buenos Aires there lies a neighborhood alongside the River Plate’s Estuary named La Boca, which translates to ‘The Mouth.” In this humble, working-class district you will find El Caminito, an alley littered with street Tango, steak houses and of course, la Bombonera – home stadium of the iconic Boca Juniors.

This neighborhood loves four things: Boca Juniors, The Pope, Diego Maradona and Juan Roman Riquelme.

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Zico – The Soul of Brazilian football

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Arthur Antunes Coimbra – AKA “Zico,” is near the very top of the all-time TENLEGEND list. Born on 3rd March 1953 in Rio de Janeiro, Zico was originally called “Arthurzico” by his family, which was later shortened to Zico.

The Brazilian radio commentator, Waldir Amaral, gave him his second nickname of O’Galinho (the little rooster), inspired by the defiant quiff hairstyle Zico had in his early years.Zico was not the first, not the second, but the third professional player in his family.

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Erling Braut Haaland is the best striker in the World and looks ready to destroy any team

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Former Manchester City defender Bacary Sagna has hailed Erling Braut Haaland as “the best striker in the World” and claims that his old side are “ready to destroy any team” now that they have the Norwegian leading the line.

City landed Haaland from Borussia Dortmund this summer and the striker has hit the ground running in 2022-23, scoring 19 times in just twelve games between the Premier League and Champions League so far.

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