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The golden age of Pale took about 15 years, from 1958 until 1973. It so happens that I started my love affair with soccer at the same period.
In the beginning, in Brazil, I could only listen to it on the radio and it was only in 197o, during the World Cup, that I was able to actually see Edson Arantes do Nascimento in action when he helped Brazil win its 3rd championship.
The man was a wizard becoming a Santos fan was the only possible option for me as a young kid.
After that world cup I saw Pele play for a lot of years, but here retired from the national team and it took Brazil 24 years to be able to win another one.
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Pelé is the codename, trademark, nickname of Edson Arantes do Nascimento (born, 1940), a retired professional soccer player from Brazil who was an advanced midfield genius.
He is considered the most extraordinary soccer player of all time.
Pele began performing for Santos at age 15 was selected for the National Squad at 16.
Having played it 5 times, he was the only one to ever help his National Team win the FIFA World Cup 3 times: 1958, 1962 and 1970.
His club team, Santos, played (and mostly won) around the world in order to raise money, exploring his popularity. That was possible due to his vibrant play and penchant for outstanding goal scores, a worldwide 5-star mark.
Pele has engaged in acting roles and commercial ventures since his retirement the same year when he became a worldwide ambassador for football, 1977.
I’m still trying to find Pele Soccer Posters based on footage from the 1970 World Cup. Maybe I’ll create one.
Around 1999, he was commended many honors, titles, and prizes among which:
- World Player of the Century by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS)
- Soccer Player of the Century by french Ballon d’Or winners
- Athlete of the Century by the IOC
- Time magazine named him in their list of 100 most influential people of the 20th century
New York Cosmos named him Honorary President in 2010 .
In appraisal for his professional journey and accomplishment as a global soccer symbol, in 2013, he was granted the Ballon d’Or Prix d’Honneur from FIFA .
In our native Brazil, he is acclaimed as a public champion for his achievements in soccer, as a role model and for his support to policies for social improvements.
He received many aliases in honor to his excellence like: “The Black Pearl”, “The King of Soccer”, “King Pele”, or simply…
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