Pelé | 1961-1965 | 1969-1970

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Pelé | 1961-1965 | 1969-1970

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 10, 19:17

- 1961-1965:

Nickname: *The King of Football* (*O Rei do Futebol*) | *The King Pelé* (*O Rei Pelé*) | *The King* (*O Rei*)

Club: Santos

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- 1969-1970:

Nickname: *The King of Football* (*O Rei do Futebol*) | *The King Pelé* (*O Rei Pelé*) | *The King* (*O Rei*)

Club: Santos



Growth type: Early/Lasting


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Edson Arantesdo Nascimento “Pele” is widely regarded as the greatest football in history of the game. Pelé began playing for Santos at 15 and his national team at 16, and won his first World Cup at 17. Despite numerous offers from European clubs, the economic conditions and Brazilian football regulations at the time benefited Santos, thus enabling them to keep him for almost two decades. Pelé played as an inside forward, striker, and what later became known as the playmaker position. Pelé's technique and natural athleticism have been universally praised and during his playing years he was renowned for his excellent dribbling and passing, his pace, powerful shot, exceptional heading ability, and prolific goalscoring. His explosive first step and feinting abilities gave defender nightmares, and his football imagination was equal to his impressive finishing skills. He is the all-time leading scorer of Brazil and is the only footballer to be a part of three World Cup-winning teams. In 1962 he was on the Brazilian squad at the start of the World Cup but because of an injury suffered in the second match, he wasn't able to play the remainder of the tournament. In 2007 FIFA announced that he would be awarded the 1962 medal retroactively. His career goals total of 1,280 in 1,324 games is secondly all-time record to Arthur Friedenriech.


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Club
Santos:
Campeonato Paulista: 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1973
Torneio Rio-São Paulo: 1959, 1963 and 1964
Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa (Taça de Prata): 1968
Taça Brasil: 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964 and 1965
Copa Libertadores: 1962 and 1963
Intercontinental Cup: 1962 and 1963
South-American Recopa: 1968
New York Cosmos :
NASL Champions: 1977

Country
FIFA World Cup: 1958, 1962, 1970
Roca Cup: 1957, 1963
Copa O'Higgins: 1959
Copa Atlãntica: 1960

Individual
1958 FIFA World Cup Silver Ball
1970 FIFA World Cup Golden Ball
2 Times FIFA World Cup All Star Team (1958, 1970)
1970 BBC Sport Oversea Personality of The Year
1973 South American Footballer of The Year
1981 L’ Equipe Athlete of The Century
1994 France Football World Cup Best Player of All-Time
1994 FIFA World Cup All-Time Team
1997 Knight Commander of British Empire
1998 FIFA World Team of The Century
1999 Olympic Committee Athlete of The Century
1999 Reuters Athlete of The Century
1999 UNICEF Footballer Player of The Century
1999 France Football’s Football Player of The Century
1999 South American Player of The Century
1999 IFFHS Brazil Player of The Century
1999 IFFHS World Player of The Century
1999 World Soccer Greatest Player of The Century
2000 FIFA Player of The Century
2002 FIFA Dream Team
2005 BBC Sport Personality of The Year Lifetime Achievement Awards
Brazil All-Time Top Scorer
Brazil Football Museum Hall of Fame



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ADDITIONAL LINKS:

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http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/players/player=63869/index.html

http://www.latinosportslegends.com/Pele_bio.htm

http://www.360soccer.com/pele/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pel%C3%A9



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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby Hans » 2015 Aug 19, 01:24

Redone the explanations, but left the ones that are not affected by age issues. I would like some feedback about the numbers if you could.
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2015 Sep 15, 10:19

Pele: How did they stop him
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqP_oC0XBp8

Pele The Most Complete Player
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDpFKBBD8ko
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2015 Sep 22, 16:04

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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby Picâum » 2016 Feb 24, 22:18

I agree with 99 ATT in 69-70 stats. His creativity it's above anything. Messi's dribbles, passes and finishing, along with his speed, make him superior to Pelé on such aspects, but the King still was able to produce the same amount of danger by being smart. Messi does the guaranteed movements because he has skill to do it, but Pelé did what nobody could expect because he was smart as hell!
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Aug 25, 06:35

Pelé The Hero of Final Matches
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-00VWffoks
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Aug 25, 06:37

Pelé "Panna" Trick - Caños - Tunnel - Canetas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOX0Txi-Lno
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby Ronaldrup » 2016 Sep 01, 01:06

blanka797 wrote:Pelé Total Ball Control
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUCSRAj0JY0


Wow! Amazing video I see touches worthy of 98,99
The ways he brings down the ball and so many touches I've never seen before where the control is instantaneous. I mean his touches don't look any worse than zidane, Ronaldinho and the like, that's for sure. I think a discussion is due on this. Is his control really worse than the best?
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Sep 13, 14:07

Pele 90 Extra Assists
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_3TTwiT-xQ

Short Pass 82 ?!!!
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Sep 13, 14:59

25 Minutes of Pelé passes - more than 200 killer passes of all kind (short - long - ground - lob - head - back heel - no touch) and this is just a glimpse of his great legacy:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLN3DPiwyc1-hblWFkjnbXJnU6K5hwzzTL

Clearly, he was one of the best playmakers in the history of the game.

82 short pass rating??!!
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Sep 17, 03:30

About Pele's mentality, this video might be related to it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-00VWffoks
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Sep 25, 07:42

Pelé The Dribbling Master - Tricks - Style - Trademarks
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLN3DPiwyc1-jRhixqrAMywIPKsZf9en8l

He was smart as hell with unique mental speed and stunning tricks. In a blink of an eye he was already gone pass two players with ease.
About an hour of Pelé's dribbling ability, his variety, style and trademarks.
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Sep 27, 18:12

Pele 100 Headers (The correct link)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKUbAGAvgaw
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby Jon Osterman » 2016 Sep 29, 21:23

Agree with many of your points, but i think that we should focus mainly on the fact that Pelé is among the smartest footballers around, above being skillfull. He was phsically gifted and technically masterful, but the way he uses those characteristics are the main point. You see, a young Messi was smart, but above anything skillfull, and his playing power was based on that. CR7 bases around the phsycal. That being said, i widely recommend a 99 Attack number, like many gentlemen suggested above, specially in the 69-70 set, that can cover 1968 to 1972 as far as i can see.

On the technical bits: passing surely can go a little up, one or two points, but again, the intelligence of the passes surpass the accuracy of them. He doesn't have to be so much accurate, since he is smart enough. About his dribbling, we might see a compilation of wonders and amaze ourselfs to the point of confounding accuracy and wits. I don't see Pelé as accuracy master. Probably an orange number, like 90-92 may serve our porpouses here. About improvements, i'll suggest header and SA. His heading was really something, not merely a good header, but a master one. Go for high yellows, low oranges. His shooting, i widely recommend a 97 number. Take a good look at the videos the fellow above posted. He went for the tough spots in most of the times. About the BC, i still don't think about a maximum; at most 98, but the number so far seems right. Here at the forum, folks seem to confuse almost perfect with perfect a lot, and i think this may be one of those situations.

Finally the phsycal bits: Everything seems to be in order here, but his balance seems above the top by one or two points. Strong, but fell more than he should for those 85, 84 numbers he got

Everything else seems in order to me and most of the posts above from the last year until now seem a very nice read. At last, i agree with a suggestion above for a New York Cosmos set. I could help at that...
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby Luisao82 » 2016 Oct 01, 10:48

Very well put, Jon.
I had a few different perspectives (mostly due to some unintended bias). But I must say that your reasoning was overwhelming.
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Re: Pelé | 1961-1965 & 1969-1970

Postby blanka797 » 2016 Oct 04, 00:17

If this is not accuracy:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOX0Txi-Lno
then, what is accuracy?

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