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Sports Card Forum - Top 50 Football Cards (Mostly Vintage) : #18. 1964 Barratt George Best. Long before David Beckham was celebrated by Man U fans, another player enjoyed rock star status at Old Trafford. At his peak, George Best was as talented as any player on this list. Sadly, alcoholism dulled his football skills and eventually took his life. The Irish still remember his as the greatest ever with the phrase: “Maradona good; Pelé better; George Best.” This is Best’s rookie card and was…

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1962 Brazil, Top, left to right: Djalma Santos, José Eli de Miranda Zito, Zózimo Alves Calazans, Altair Gomes de Figueiredo, Carlos José Castilho, Nílton Reis dos Santos , Bottom, left to right: Manoel dos Santos Garrincha, Waldir Pereira ‘Didi’, Edwaldo Izidio Netto Vavá, Edson Arantes do Nascimento ‘Pelé’, Mario Jorge Lobo Zagallo

1962 Brazil, Top, left to right: Djalma Santos, José Eli de Miranda Zito, Zózimo…

craque por Tricolor1984 - Ex-jogadores do Flu - Fotos do Fluminense, A maior galeria de fotos dos torcedores do Fluminense. Publique a foto da sua torcida

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Sports Card Forum - Top 50 Football Cards (Mostly Vintage) : #20. 1950 Tinghälls Zizinho. Pelé once called Zizinho the best player he had ever seen. "He was a complete player. He played in midfield, in attack, he scored goals, he could mark, head and cross." Zizinho won three Brazilian championships with Flamengo in the early 1940s and came in fourth place in the IFFHS Brazilian Player of the Twentieth Century voting. This is the only set that the great Zizinho appears in.

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Sports Card Forum - Top 50 Football Cards (Mostly Vintage) : #42. 1928 Barratt’s “Sweets Are Pure” Dixie Dean. This rare card superimposes the great Dixie Dean’s noggin on a caricature of his body. I believe it is from Barratt’s inaugural issue, Barratt continuing to produce candy and football cards for another 60 years well into the Margaret Thatcher era. Approximately one-third of Dean’s goals came from headers. He used to practice headers with Tommy Lawton using a medicine ball…

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