Rivelino

Rivelino was born in São Paulo, SP, Brazil on Jan. 1, 1946. As a famous once Brazilian professional footballer, he subjugated all spectators and loyal football fans with practical actions on football fields. As a member of Brazil national football team, he played an important role at the FIFA World Cup competition. For large moustache, bending free kicks, long range shooting and accurate long passing, he won numerous honors, trophies and accolades on the basis of outstanding performances.

He started his club career as a football player of Clube Atletico Barcelona, turning to be a distinguished football player for unremitting efforts and careful study and research. Besides, he also made great sacrifices in Brazil football shirt at the 1970 FIFA World Cup. In 2004, he was list into the FIFA 100 list of the world’s greatest living players.

After ended his playing career, he transferred to be an expert of Brazilian TV Cultura, delivering and spreading latest football news or information on sports event.

Rob Rensenbrink

As the most popular sport in Netherlands, football was introduced into Netherlands in the 19th century in 1879. Over the past decades, football in Netherlands has experienced great changes, forming an integral football industry in the country. During its evolution process, many excellent football players have made great contributions to the development of football industry. Rob Rensenbrink was one of those footballers claimed some places in football sphere.

Rob Rensenbrink was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands on Jul. 3, 1974. He started his playing career from DWS prior to Belgian side Club Brugge in 1969. Played as a competitive left winger or striker, Rob Rensenbrink created a legendary achievements. In 1968, Rob Rensenbrink pulled on Netherlands football shirt for the first time at a match against Scotland. He was widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers of his generation while he was named as one of the top 125 greatest living footballers in March 2004. Besides, he was also a greatest football played in 2008.