Yellow International athletes ban Brazil from travelling abroad calling them national treasures

Yellow International athletes ban Brazil from travelling abroad calling them national treasures

On October 23 (today), football legend Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pele, celebrated his 80th birthday.

The world-famous former athlete is an international athlete, despite retiring in 1977.

Yellow is the only male and female athlete to manage Brazil at the World Cup and that is the main reason for their popularity. He defined the world for his club and his country by scoring 1281 goals with 1363 errors.

He gained a reputation before retiring, yet he had many stories that people would not have known about this holiday that has become part of the story.

Pele sends the speaker off the ground

The yellow club, Santos FC, played a friendly match with the Colombian Olympic team in Bogota on June 18, 1968.

When Pele injured his opponent, Guillermo Velasquez, Pele’s specialist, said he was leaving the field. Fans of both teams had been eagerly awaiting this goal and were doing their best to outshout their opponents. A few years after the seventies, the red card was in football. Velasquez’s lawyer said Pele reprimanded the opponent.

Then there was a storm on the golf course. Santos’s young players are angry with the goalkeeper and as a result, the photo of the occasion shows a blue colour around the guard’s eyes.

Fans are also opposed to this decision.

The expert said in an interview in 2010 that he had been asked to leave the competition and take on childcare while Pele was expected to return to the game.

Did Pele stop the war?

In the sixties, Pele Santos FC was one of the most respected football teams in the world and this reputation was used to play in the world-famous friendly league. connect well.

One such game was played in the battle of Nigeria on February 4, 1969, when Santos won the XI tournament at Benin City by two goals.

Nigeria is embroiled in a civil war by trying to secede from Biafra.

Guillermo Garcia, a historian at Santos FC, said the Brazilians were concerned about the safety of their representatives and therefore both parties agreed in the talks.

The story has been controversial for many years and Pele did not mention it in his first story, published in 1977, but in another biography published 30 years later, on the day the former Brazilian spoke on the subject.

According to him, the athletes said that the war is over for their sport.

Well, I’m not sure if that’s true, but Nigeria has made sure that Biafran is not attacked while we are there, Pele wrote.

Yellow International athletes ban Brazil from travelling abroad calling them national treasures
Yellow International athletes ban Brazil from travelling abroad calling them national treasures

How to play Dance Beatles

Pele moved to New York in 1975 to play for Cosmos’ New York team and try to form the first football team in the United States.

He learned English at school and got into a fight with John Lennon of the Beatles during a break.

Lenin is learning Japanese at the same school. Pele mentions this in his 2007 biography.

Pele revealed that Lenin had told him that he and other Beatles had tried to visit the Brazilian team hotel at the 1966 World Cup in England.

Pele wrote: The music producer tried to meet him and other members of the group were ignored by the security director of the Brazilian Football Federation.

Why did he not play for the European club?

Pele’s critics say that running a non-European football club made life easier for him.

The problem seems to be unlike many other Brazilian athletes, whether it is famous or not, Pele is banned from going abroad on the hill.

Santos FC was rejected by clubs such as Real Madrid and AC Milan when players do not have much say in which club they play for.

The federal government is also putting pressure on it to keep it in Brazil. In 1961, then-President Geno Codros issued a statement calling Pele a national treasure that could not be exported.

The Brazilian legend was played abroad, but only in 1975, when he joined the American New York Cosmos.

He was the first captain of the Brazilian team at the age of fifty

You read that right. Pele wore the Brazilian bracelet only once during his career. He has always refused to be captain of both the team and the national team.

He then played in Brazil at the age of 50. This incident took place in 1990, 19 years after he left the band.

On the eve of his 50th birthday, he played a friendly match between Brazil and the outside world in Milan, where Pele played the first 45 minutes.

Brazil was beaten 2-1 but the reason for the fame was different. The Fluminense striker was Ronaldo, who had a chance to replace Pele and could easily have scored a goal, but in this game in Pele’s reputation, Ronaldo tried to get that goal to fail.

He was a little angry with me at first, Ronaldo told Brazilian website Globo Esport in 2010.

Already “trapped” in the yellow Caribbean Sea

On September 5, 1972, Santos FC employees complained about a game played in Trinidad and Tobago.

It was an emergency and we saw tanks on the road, Oberdan defender Zero Hora told the Brazilian news agency in 2010.

We all agreed to finish the race as soon as possible to get on the plane as soon as possible, he added in a statement.

But there was an idea to it the misdirected ball was turned into a cross towards Pel who was waiting for it in the box.

Fans broke the stadium into a port in Spain and soon began to walk the streets of the city, carrying Pete on their shoulders in a magnificent performance.

When Sylvester scored in Stallone Square

When the film Escape to Victory began shooting in the eighties, Sylvester Stallone became very popular in the film industry due to the success of the first two films.

Escape to Victory tells the story of the Nazi war and a group of prisoners of war in World War II.

Pele was there with other active and retired players such as world champion Bobby Moore and Ossie Ardale, while Stallone played the role but did not achieve much.

In one incident, Pele even kicked a wheel that was kicked in the first shot and hit the ball.

Interestingly, Pele told the Brazilian UOL website in a video interview earlier this month that Stallone wanted the goal.

In the first scenario, Stallone was hit and I had to be the target.

Speaking of Stallone, Pele laughed and said, “But he couldn’t play football all his life.”

Yellow International athletes ban Brazil from travelling abroad calling them national treasures
Yellow International athletes ban Brazil from travelling abroad calling them national treasures

In fact, Pele is the winner

Pele will certainly not be disappointed when he plays the caretaker in the race to win.

In real life, he was also elected to the role of original member of the Yellow and National League. At the same time, teams can only make one change per game.

In fact, he has been the goalkeeper of Santos FC four times in his career.

This includes the Brazilian Cup final in 1964. The team won all the games and Pele denied his goal.

But not just any yellow

Fans said words like “There’s only one yellow” and were happy to be the target, but in fact it was not, at least not that word.

Deleting Pele means people with their name around the world.

A famous African athlete whose real name is Abidi Ayou, but in Ghana and in many European clubs he is known as Abidi Pele.

In England, the Protector of the Cape Verde Islands, Pedro Montero, who joined Southampton in 2006, is also known as Pele and was appointed a child.

But the benefits of yellow can be measured by the name under which they were baptized.

According to the US government, the name was chosen after the work of Edson Pele.

In 1950, 43,511 people in Brazil named him Edson. Twelve years later, when Pel scored more than a thousand goals and won three World Cups, that number rose to 111,000.

The infamous king who can be president?

In 1990, Pele announced to the international media that he had decided to run for president of Brazil in the 1994 election.

That did not happen, but Pele entered politics in the 1980s. From 1995 to 1998, he was Brazil’s best athlete and created laws that allowed athletes to talk more with organizations. sports in its time.

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