Alfredo Di Stefano


7 Transfers That Changed Football Forever

David Beckham of Manchester United celebrates after scoring the third goal in the 1996 FA Charity Shield between Manchester United and Newcastle United at Wembley Stadium on August 11,...

Transfers have existed ever since the introduction of player registrations by the FA, the world’s oldest football governing body, way back in 1885. For more than a century transfers have been an integral part of the game, as teams clamoured to bring the best players to their club in an effort to improve their teams.

7 Most Complete Footballers of All Time


You’ll often hear a footballer being described as a ‘complete’ player, but everyone probably has a slightly different understanding of the term. Marco van Basten, for example, was an extremely complete centre-forward, in the sense that he possessed virtually every key attribute expected of a world class centre-forward.

7 Greatest Footballers of the 1950's

9th May 1956:  Nilton Santos, captain of the Brazilian team shakes hands with Billy Wright, captain of the England team before a football match at Wembley Stadium, London. Between them is...

The 1950’s saw many significant changes to the world of football. It saw the passing of the great Hungary side and the rise of the Brazilians, the birth of the European Cup and tragically the passing of many enormously talented footballers in the Munich air disaster.