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Opinion: 5 Greatest Dribblers In The History Of Football (Photos)

1. Omar Sivori

Enrique Omar Sivori is a Argentine coach and professional footballer who has played for Italian club Juventus and the Argentine national team.

One of the greatest dreads of all time, Sivori is known for his incredible ability, speed, goal-scoring ability, technique and creativity. A.D. He won the 1957 South American Championship Player of the Year award and the 1961 European Player of the Year award.

At club level, he is best known for his successful spell with Juventus in the late 1950s and early 1960s, as well as winning three Serie A titles with other clubs.

He won the 1957 South American Championship with the Argentine national team and the 1962 World Cup.

Sixteen years ago, San Nicholas of Argentina passed away at the age of 69.

2. Kurt Hamrin

Kurt Roland Hamrin is a retired Swedish professional footballer who played for Juventus and the Swedish national team.

Hamrin, one of the greatest dribbles of all time, is known for his incredible speed, goal-scoring ability and speed.

He began his professional career with Fiorentina, winning two Copa Italia titles, the Champions League and the Mitropa Cup over nine years, making over 350 appearances for the club and scoring more than 200 goals in all competitions. He is currently the eighth highest goalscorer in the Italian Serie A with 190 goals.

He was part of the Swedish team that reached the 1958 FIFA World Cup and is traditionally considered one of Sweden's greatest players, as well as one of Fiorentina's greatest players.

3. Jimmy Johnston

James Conolly Johnson was a professional Scottish footballer who played as an outsider for the Celtic and Scottish national teams.

He was part of the team that spent 13 years with Celtic and won the 1967 European Championship final and won nine consecutive Scottish Championships. Nineteen years ago, he was named Celtic Player of the Year by the club's fans. A.D. Ballon d'Or was voted third in the 1967 election and entered the Scottish Football Association upon its graduation in 2004.

4. Jairzinho

Javier Ventura Filho is a former Brazilian professional footballer who played for Marseille and the Brazilian national team.

A.D. Zinedine Zidane has been named one of Brazil's best players and one of the best players of all time.

who is known for his pace, ball skills, finishing ability, bullet power and strength, is one of the great dreadlocks.

5. Magico Gonzalez

George Alberto Gonzalez Barrislas is a retired Salvador footballer who played for Valladolid and El Salvador.

Gonzalez is often regarded as one of the greatest strikers in the world for his brilliant ball control, technical prowess and fine use.

He played for the El Salvador national team for more than two decades, winning the 1982 World Cup and the 1998 Gold Cup. He was widely regarded as the greatest Salvadoran footballer of all time and one of the greatest Latin American footballers in the history of the game. Twenty-one years ago, El Salvador was named Player of the Century by IFFHS.

Source Bleacherreport

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