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Saturday, 7 February 2015

Inter Milan 2010 - No.4 Zanetti.

The seemingly ageless Javier Zanetti became a true legend for the Nerazurri in a 20 year club career, and will be forever known as 'Il Capitano'. Primarily a right-back for most of his incredible reign in becoming Inter's record appearance maker with 856 matches, it's a testament to his all-round quality that he has been used adeptly across defence and midfield in his time in Milan. On retiring, the club retired his number 4 jersey and named him as Vice President. He holds the most appearances for an outfield-player in football history, with 1123 matches played for club and country.
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Hamburg SV 1974.

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Sampdoria 1991 - No.9 Vialli.

1991 saw one of the greatest triumphs in Serie A history – Sampdoria winning their maiden Scudetto. With Gianluca Vialli at his best, Sampdoria had the most successful era's in its history. Vialli was the league's top scorer with 19 goals in their title win. They also won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1990) – where he scored both goals in the 2–0 win over Anderlecht in the final, and three Italian Cups (in 1985, 1988 and 1989), also setting a record of 13 goals in a single edition of the Coppa Italia during his time at the club. Although the biggest disappointment was defeat in the 1992 European Cup final, losing to Spain's Barcelona 1-0. Vialli was fast, skilful and clever enough to capitalise on the opportunities presented by playing alongside a supremely talented number ten. He formed a prolific strike partnership with team mate and childhood friend Roberto Mancini, earning the nickname 'The Goal Twins'.
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Torino.

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Ajax 1973 - No.7 Neeskens.

With his long sideburns Johann Neeskens may have looked more like a rock-star than a footballer, but the midfielder was undoubtedly one of the most influential players in European football in the seventies. Neeskens, began his career with local club RCH, but was transferred to Ajax in 1970 where he would go on to win three European Cups. Nicknamed ‘Johann the second’ as his namesake Cruyff was the first, he was one of the most profiled members of the iconic Total-Football teams both at Ajax and for the Dutch national side. Neeskens was acknowledged for his tireless running, ability to defend as well as he attacked, terrific ball control with either foot, and powerful shot.
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