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Pele, Paolo Rossi, Sir Geoff Hurst… The World Cup can make heroes of players overnight, but it can equally have the opposite effect. You might get away with a leg-breaking challenge, racist gesture or gobbing at someone in a league game, but in the World Cup? Think again.
Players from Liverpool and Chelsea appear alongside a former Brazilian international star, all who nearly made the move to Tottenham Hotspur according to reports at the time.
Following the recent dramatics of Hull City's Robert Snodgrass, we take a look at five of Football's infamous divers - including stars from Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Manchester United.
Rivaldo has tipped Neymar to become the best player in the world despite being overshadowed by Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez last season.
It was the hope that killed England as they fell to the eventual winners.
Tottenham, Leeds United, Newcastle United and Rangers have all had their fair share of divers.
World Cup winning star Rivaldo was at the Belgian camp taking pictures with Chelsea winger Eden Hazard and Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj.
The Brazil legend has outlined his favourites for the tournament, but feels Portugal can cause an upset in South America.