Dream Teams: New York Cosmos

Matthew Fearon
Wednesday 24 June 2009 00:01
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Long before David Beckham was enticed from the galactico maelstrom of Real Madrid to the Hollywood climes of LA Galaxy, the New York Cosmos became the leading light of the North American Soccer Revolution.

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While Beckham was undoubtedly a commercial coup, his signing could never hope to match that of Pele, quite possibly the world's greatest ever footballer.

But are any of the men lucky enough to call Pele a teammate during their time in the Big Apple absent from this list?

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