PELE

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For fans, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, known as Pelé, is a hero. High level of
performance in any sport means you out of ordinary human level, but Pelé's
performance can be said to have passed any degree of human beings, every
boundary. He scored an average of a goal in every international match played, just
as a basketball player marks a series of bins in each game to do, at least in these
last 15 years. Between 1956 and 1974, Pelé scored a total of 1220 goals.
He was born in one of the largest coastal cities of Brazil, Tres Coracoes. The
summon Dico by his family, he was called by friends of football Pele. Pele is a
different phenomenon from the baseball or football. Football stars are addicted to
their teams even precede them. To achieve mythic status as a football player is very
difficult, because the peak performance is generally short - only a few players
perform at the top of their game for more than 5 years. Incredibly, Pele performed
at the highest levels for 18 years, scoring 52 goals in 1973, his seventeenth year.
Contemporary soccer stars never reach more than 50 goals a season. For Pele, who
had scored 3 times more than 100 times in a year, it marked his retirement.
In Brazil is calculated as a national hero, known achievements and contributions to
football, he was declared the official ambassador of FIFA's world and national
treasure by the Brazilian government. He is also renowned for his reactions to help
change the poor policies (note the goal of 1000's he dedicated the Brazilian poor
children). Throughout his career, he became known as the "King of Football" (O Rei
do Futebol), "King Pelé".
His talent was recognized by the player Waldemar de Brito, who was committed to
Pelé playing for Santos Futebol Clube at age 15 and at age 16 was engaged to
Brazilian national team, and at age 17 won the championship of the First World
football. Despite numerous offers from European football clubs, then the economic
conditions and Brazilian football regulations that benefit enabled Santos FC where
he was engaged for nearly two decades, until 1974. Pelé played as an internal
attacker was later known as a player leader, the regulatory game.
He played in three professional teams: Santos from 1956, 1974, Cosmos 1975 in
1977 and to Brazil.
Pele has scored 685 goals in 730 matches played in the club level. Adding friendly,
a total of 1154 goals in 1221 games.
Pele scored 77 goals in 92 official matches with Brazil, which debuted in 1957 and in
1971 farewell.

10 times Pele was declared champion of Brazil, and won 11 times the price of top
scorer.
3 times world champion Pele was declared. He won first title at the age of 17 years.