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Stuart Williams: Footballer whose sterling World Cup service in the Welsh defence elicited a glowing tribute from Pele

When Stuart Williams was confronted by the emerging genius of Pele in a quarter-final of the 1958 World Cup in Sweden, the classy and constructive Welsh full-back responded with the performance of his life. That day in Gothenburg, the teenager who would soon be hailed as the greatest footballer of all time, scored the only goal of the game to eliminate valiant opponents who had upset the odds by reaching the last eight. Though deprived of their own star, John Charles, through injury, the scarlet-shirted heroes held out for more than 70 minutes against a sumptuously talented Brazilian attack, in which the prodigy combined to compelling effect with the likes of Garrincha, Didi and Zagalo.

Eusebio scores for Benfica against Milan in the 1963 European Cup final at Wembley

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Santos in action during the 2-0 win against the Soviet Union in the 1958 World Cup in Sweden

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The altered Tube map to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Football Association and the London Underground

'The next station is Wayne Rooney. Please mind the gap.' The FA and London Underground release a tribute Tube map to celebrate 150th Anniversary

Footballing greats replace each of the 367 station names, but the real names unfortunately won't be changing anytime soon

Gilmar's puma-like agility was allied to a dignified unflappability in the heat of hectic action

Gilmar: Goalkeeper hailed by many as the greatest ever

His puma-like agility was allied to a dignified unflappability in the heat of hectic action

Despite being 32, Michael Carrick has won just 29 England caps

World Cup dream fired by fight for recognition for Michael Carrick

Manchester United midfielder often overlooked

Santos, left, with Zito and Pele in 1963

Djalma Santos: Footballer who won the World Cup with Brazil

He was nominated  by Pele in his list of the 125 greatest living footballers

Neymar lines up the trophies after Brazil defeated Spain to win the Confederations Cup in Rio de Janeiro

Brazil striker Neymar must match web hype with world-class wizardry at Barcelona

Word of his prowess grew on the web, where football fantasies are fed

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Brazilians mock Pele after the World Cup winner calls for an end to protests

The Confederations Cup has been overshadowed by demonstrations

Brazil striker Neymar

Pele tells Neymar to pick Barcelona over Manchester City... and stop worrying about his hair

Brazil legend takes swipe at young striker

Socrates’ Brazil of 1982 are still considered the best team never to have won the World Cup

James Lawton: Why the beauty and pain of South Americans' game always guarantees emotion

From Pele's triumph in 1970 to Socrates' despair in 1982, no other nation comes close to matching Brazil's unbridled passion

Pele

Pele to present England player of the year trophy

Legend will also attend England's friendly with Brazil

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Roger Federer shows off his questionable football skills in Brazil

Tennis star takes part in kick-about in Sao Paulo

Eduardo Paes: Olympic challenge

Page 3 Profile: Eduardo Paes, Mayor of Rio de Janeiro

Well the name sounds Brazilian, does he have something to do with the next Olympic Games?

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