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Jean-Pierre Papin. Former french footballplayer. European Footballer of the Year in 1991. Played as a striker mainly for Olympique Marseille, but also played for AC Milan, FC Bayern Munich and Bordeaux and the national French footballteam.

Jean-Pierre Papin. Former french footballplayer. European Footballer of the Year in 1991. Played as a striker mainly for Olympique Marseille, but also played for AC Milan, FC Bayern Munich and Bordeaux and the national French footballteam.

Manchester United footballer George Best wearing a souvenir sombrero on his return to London following uniteds defeat of Benfica 5-1 in the second leg of the European Cup quarter final. Best scored United's first two goals - 11 March 1966

Manchester United footballer George Best wearing a souvenir sombrero on his return to London following uniteds defeat of Benfica 5-1 in the second leg of the European Cup quarter final. Best scored United's first two goals - 11 March 1966

Winners: With Sir Bobby Charlton and the European Cup outside Old Trafford in 2003

Football loses a legend: Portugal hero Eusebio - one of the true greats of the game - dies at the age of 71

Edson Arantes do Nascimento (Três Corações, 23 de octubre de 1940), mejor conocido como Pelé,

Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pelé, is a retired Brazilian footballer. He is widely regarded as the best football player of all time.

Aug 9, 1967: Footballer Alex Ferguson, Glasgow Rangers newly-signed centre forward who cost £65,000. Ferguson was born in Govan, Glasgow. His 1st club was Queens Park who he signed for in 1958. He retired as a player in 1975. He managed Aberdeen to the Scottish League title, European Cup victory and won both Scottish knock-out cup competitions (1986) before moving to Manchester United to become a successful manager in the First Division and Premier League. (Photo by Central Press/Getty…

As a player, Alex Ferguson enjoyed a moderately successful career. A prolific striker, he scored 170 goals in 317 appearances including 25 g.

Andreas Gursky: Dortmund, 2009. C-Print, 307 x 223 cm © Andreas Gursky / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2010. Courtesy Monika Sprüth / Philomene Magers Berlin London

Andreas Gursky: Dortmund, C-Print, 307 x 223 cm © Andreas Gursky / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn Courtesy Monika Sprüth / Philomene Magers Berlin London