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Old post #1 posted Dec 30th 2022, 02:11:09 Quote 
Today pele died at 82 so i created this topic to pay respects to pele
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Old post #2 posted Dec 30th 2022, 02:18:10 Quote 
Brazilian livery for tomorrow for me, It would be nice if it was also available for the non supporters..
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Old post #3 posted Dec 30th 2022, 02:18:35 Quote 
Thanks. Isn't it a shame we don't have a general topic where we can pay respects to people.
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Old post #4 posted Dec 30th 2022, 02:21:30 Quote 
well, Maradona had a thread, it makes sense to be similar..
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Old post #5 posted Dec 30th 2022, 02:25:14 Quote 
RIP Pelé
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Old post #6 posted Dec 30th 2022, 02:26:32 Quote 
The King! O Rei! descanse em paz, maior de todos! RIP
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Old post #7 posted Dec 30th 2022, 03:59:54 Quote 
GOAT. The best. O rei. A lenda.
No one is/was as great as him. Not even close.
As a Santos' supporter, I will always remember Pelé.
Legends are forever.
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Old post #8 posted Dec 30th 2022, 04:35:57 Quote 
Rest in peace king.
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Old post #9 posted Dec 30th 2022, 04:55:33 Quote 
Oh how many times did I pretend to be him when we played as kids. I grew up with his picture on my wall and I always wore #10 when I played.

It's hard to say who's the "Best" footballer of all time,
but none are better than Pelé.

He was a crap flag waver tho....
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Old post #10 posted Dec 30th 2022, 07:11:35 Quote 
RIP Pelé
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Old post #11 posted Dec 30th 2022, 07:21:31 Quote 
3 X World cup winner!
R.I.P
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Old post #12 posted Dec 30th 2022, 07:49:05 Quote 
Had the privilege of watching the great man many years ago now. A brilliant player and a true gentleman.
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Old post #13 posted Dec 30th 2022, 08:01:12 Quote 
Ferenc Puskás once said about him, 'the greatest player was Di Stefano, I refuse to refer to Pelé as a footballer, he was much more than that'.
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Old post #14 posted Dec 30th 2022, 08:59:53 Quote 
RIP King Pelé!
The best ever...
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Old post #15 posted Dec 30th 2022, 09:03:42 Quote 
RIP King Pelé!
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Old post #16 posted Dec 30th 2022, 09:17:33 Quote 
I think Pele was football's first truly global star, and will probably remain the only player to win 3 World Cups for the foreseeable future.

RIP.
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Old post #17 posted Dec 30th 2022, 09:21:39 Quote 
we would say ''wow'' to a player who plays in 3 world cups... imagine there was a guy who won it 3 times. Thats how capitalism capture the true talents atm.

RIP True Legend, the real G.O.A.T
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Old post #18 posted Dec 30th 2022, 09:22:03 Quote 
RIP Pele, great man on and off the pitch.
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Old post #19 posted Dec 30th 2022, 10:49:14 Quote 
Quote ( Onur Guardian @ December 30th 2022,09:21:39 )

we would say ''wow'' to a player who plays in 3 world cups... imagine there was a guy who won it 3 times. Thats how capitalism capture the true talents atm.


Could have been 4 but was drawn into what was arguably the hardest ever group with Portugal and Hungary in 1966....

RIP Pele. An absolute GOAT and now reunited with Maradona. That team is only getting better up there!
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Old post #20 posted Dec 30th 2022, 12:26:56 Quote 
Some athletes are greater than their sport, they transcend the level of other champions.

Edson Arantes do Nascimento is the most beautiful thing football has ever produced. We speak with respect about Puskás, Maradona, Cruijff, Messi, Di Stefano, Eusebio, Platini, Beckenbauer, Christiano Ronaldo, Zidane, Romario, and all those others who have been able to enchant us with their football skills.

But Pelé was even more than that, unlike anything we've ever seen before or since. When we talk about Pelé it is of pure adoration, we are talking about art......

Pelé was like an Angel who temporarily descended to show us his wonders, and has now gone back to his own realm.
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Old post #21 posted Dec 30th 2022, 13:04:18 Quote 
RIP Pelé.
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Old post #22 posted Dec 30th 2022, 13:18:58 Quote 
RIP O Rei
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Old post #23 posted Dec 30th 2022, 14:05:10 Quote 
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Quote ( Alan Halford @ December 29th 2022,21:49:40 )

RIP to the GREATEST player ever :(

Edson Arantes do Nascimento - we shall miss you but will always remember.

Condolences to all our Brazilian managers


I put mine here as I thought that was it but happy to repeat my thoughts about a truly wonderful person and a player that will be sadly missed by one and all

RIP Sir
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Old post #24 posted Dec 30th 2022, 15:54:36 Quote 
https://en.rattibha.com/thread/1608551387176259585

football stats in general, there is no doubt about who is the best.
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