Throwbacks/History

Disgraced Platini Admits To Draw Shenanigans To Help France Win 1998 World Cup

In 1998, France won its only World Cup title, defeating Brazil 3-0 in the final at the Stade de France just outside of Paris. It was the culmination of an impressive tournament for Les Bleus and the perfect way for the country to win its first World Cup on home soil. Apparently, it was too perfect, according to France’s Michel Platini.

Premier League Top Scorers Of All Time (Official)

The English Premier League is the richest group of teams in the world, with many of the best players from around the globe gathered in England (and Wales). The Premier League top scorers of all time therefore is a list featuring some of the best finishers to ever play the game.

The EPL has only been around since 1992, so unfortunately Jimmy Greaves’ record 357 goals from 1957-71 doesn’t make it on the list of the Premier League top scorers of all time. However, plenty of other giants of the game have graced the league, from Cristiano Ronaldo to Thierry Henry. 

Let The Dopest Anthem Jackets Of All Time Inspire Your Summer Wardrobe

For me, the life cycle of your relationship with fashion goes something like this: When you’re young, you wear whatever is singularly most pleasing to yourself (train shirt, train pants, train socks, BOOM). You then enter a more fashionable phase wherein you still only rely on your own sense of what’s cool (this is when you get your first track suit). 

The Greatest Mexico World Cup Wins In History

Every four years, Mexican fans yearn for the Mexico World Cup wins to come. The whole nation marches into the world's greatest tournament with high hopes and spirits dreaming of the unforgettable moments their national team will gift them.

Believe it or not, Mexico is one of the countries with the richest World Cup histories, one that will continue this summer.

You Know Ronaldo, Ronaldinho And Cristiano Ronaldo, But Do You Remember Ronaldão?

Names of Brazilian soccer stars can be confusing. Because the Portuguese naming tradition uses four names, players are typically given nicknames or go by their first name. That’s why there are three Freds who have played abroad. But one name may sound immediately familiar and yet strangely alien at the same time — Ronaldão. 

Retired World Cup 2014 Stars — Where Are They Now?

Every four years, the World Cup marks a target point for the world’s best soccer players. Athletes do everything they can to prepare themselves for the tournament and it’s not unusual for World Cup players at the end of their careers to retire soon after the world’s biggest tournament. Dozens of World Cup players have retired since the last tournament. So where are they now?

It’s Now Been Over 11 Years Since Messi's Carbon Copy Of Maradona’s “Goal Of The Century”

Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona are national treasures for Argentina. These two remarkable players have made history, not only for their country, but also for football in general.

Their legacies will always be remembered.

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