Tuesday, 06 April 2004

711: Mavericks: Diego Maradona, Boc

by : Chris Sherrard There's no more scoring in the first half as the ten man North East team turn to ultra defensive mode. The South continue to pass the ball impeccably but they resemble the 1994 Colombian World Cup squad in terms of their style of play. A 24-man passing movement late in the gam...


Friday, 19 March 2004

684: Mavericks: Ruud Gullit; Milan,

by : Daniel Ruiz RUUD GULLIT Milan, Sampdoria and Holland One of the greatest players ever to grace the game, like so many of his Dutchmen, it was only Gullit’s temperament that was in question. Trouble followed the dread locked one wherever he went and his days at Milan, where he really made hi...


Tuesday, 09 March 2004

667: Mavericks: Fernando Redondo, A

by : Daniel Ruiz One of the most gifted players of this or any other generation, the Argentine midfielder has long courted controversy. He declined to appear in Carlos Bilardo’s Italia ’90 squad as Argentina prepared to defend their title because he wanted to finish his studies. Four years later,...


Friday, 05 March 2004

659: Mavericks: Bernd Schuster, Bar

by : Daniel Ruiz Regarded by many as a rival to Maradona and Platini as the world’s greatest footballer in the first half of the eighties, the blond haired midfield maestro first came to prominence in West Germany’s 1980 European Championship triumph. Then only 20 years old, Schuster emerged as the...



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