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Best of Pele

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Published on May 25, 2007

pele movie : D

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C3- PO
PLEASE, kids that never touched a ball and spend all day on video games, avoid commenting here. Futebol didnt started at 2006, the tricks you see Neymar doing people used to do back on the 70s and if Cristiano Ronaldo kick the old days heavy leather balls he would probably break his foot.
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green boi
it a fact that it is called football
SuperGamersHD
Chad Vader Soccer in America dumb. All countries name it football
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Joshua Robinson
People are saying that the defenders that Pelé played against are rubbish are seriously forgetting the calibre of players back in that era: Beckenbauer, Moore, Facchetti, Nilton Santos just to name a few. Pelé would make a mockery out of them all without any problems. He was deadly, this was in the period when you could absolutely clatter players without yellow/red cards. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi wouldn't survive in that era. No disrespect to them, they're both world class players and the greatest of this generation but they both have nothing on Pelé. Pelé is the greatest of all time in my opinion.
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Tsar Alester
Joshua Robinson Sorry, who?
Ger Leahy
+Gabriel Dubé Why?
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Kev
Best in history 
FelixCarter
Best player ever by far. 
FelixCarter
I would agree with that now, as he has had an additional 3 incredible years since I wrote that comment. However, it's difficult to compare the 2 as they played in completely different eras of football, and a lot has changed about the game. Pele is the greatest player of the 20th century, whereas, Messi is the greatest modern footballer.
Thomas 94
*Messi.
Joaquin Gonzalez
Messi would have scored 2000 in that time
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Marin State
Joaquin,please leave
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Josh Coffey
As I was born in 2001, I wasn't granted the privelege of watching this legend play. This was before diving was popular, and this was the Era where legitimate soccer took off, thanks to Pele. People who didn't know a thing about soccer knew who Pele was, he was that great. Fortunately, I have youtube as an outlet to watch this man play. Thanks Pele for revolutionizing soccer and making it truly a world wide sport.
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Addi Teacha
you are a very bright and wise young man.
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FootballZR
It's funny to see a bunch of 12 years old kids talking about football as if they knew shit.
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Ivan Yancic Jurado
I am a basketball player but have always liked football and I believe Pele is like Micheal Jordan while CR and Messi are like Kobe and Lebron. Personally I think Pele and Jordan are the all time greatest.
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Tim Bradley
Messi will never have Pele's achievements at international level but he's clearly a better player. Just go and compare the two, the difference in pace of the game now and the opposition he faces. His dribbling is far, far above Pele's. So much more fluidity and control at full speed. Then there is his passing. Pele had very good vision too, that is clear, but Messi has far less thinking time than Pele. Messi's speed of thought is just on another level. Maradona raised the bar for football after Pele, and now Messi has taken it on another step. Just because he did not win the world cup, that does not mean Messi can't be seen as better. The 58 world cup was a world away from the standard it is now. They were amateurs in comparison with teams now, especially when looking at that Swedish team in the final. As for 1970, Pele played in the best national team around at the time by a mile. Put Messi in that side and he would do likewise. Messi for me is the best ever and his longevity week in week out speaks for itself. Messi came so close anyway, carrying Argentina for four games in a row, playing well against Belgium too. No player did it in every single game at a world cup. And lets be realistic, Gotze scored the winner in the final, yet this is a player who will never be close to one of the best ever in all likelihood. It just shows one game no matter how big does not define a career. The key is week in week out to becoming an all time great.
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Eduardo Olivares
eso si pele es mas directo y eficas
CassidyOG
Your comment is pointless. You have no idea how Pelé would've performed in today's football. He played with the times, and times do change (as do techniques, playstyles etc.). You cannot judge an older player (or vice versa) based on today's standards.
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Julio Rasec
Pelé 3x Champion World Cup (1958, 1962, 1970)... Maradona 3x doping positive (1990, 1994, 1997).
Alejandro Adrianzen
Priceless
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