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4 September 2019
The bizarre history of football-inspired names: from German Kevins to the 600 Brazilians called Lineker
Can a moniker make or break a career? How did Mighty Mouse become the father of all German Kevins? Huw Davies uncovers the game’s bizarre and at times baffling nomenclature
23 February 2018
Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar are the only superstars, says Pele
Pele believes Neymar is already the most "technically" gifted player in the world and says he is ready to lead Brazil at the World Cup.
21 January 2018
Pele 'fine' and in 'no pain' after reported health concerns
Pele explained his withdrawal from a scheduled trip to the UK was down to an issue that arose from hip surgery.
19 January 2018
Pele pulls out of London event amid conflicting health reports
Although the Football Writers' Association indicated Pele had collapsed through exhaustion, his adviser has denied this was the case.
4 September 2017
Pele: PSG star Neymar needed to step out of Messi shadow
Pele – widely regarded as the greatest player of all time – endorsed Neymar's transfer to French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
1 September 2017
Pele congratulates Cristiano Ronaldo on surpassing his goals record
After a hat-trick against the Faroe Islands moved Cristiano Ronaldo on to 78 international goals, Pele congratulated the Portugal star.
31 August 2017
Ronaldo chasing Puskas after beating Pele goals record
Cristiano Ronaldo has more international goals than Pele but who else is left for the Real Madrid superstar to catch.
22 July 2017
Pele's son returns to prison
Edinho, the son of Pele, has seen his latest appeal against money laundering charges rejected and has been ordered to return to prison.
28 June 2017
Pele, Puskas and centurion Daei - who is left for Ronaldo to catch?
Cristiano Ronaldo is the seventh most prolific international footballer of all time on 75 goals, just two behind Pele. Who is he chasing?
19 June 2017
Pele: Neymar and Jesus not enough on their own to win World Cup
Brazil may be among the favourites to win the next World Cup, but Pele knows it will take more than relying on Neymar and Gabriel Jesus.