18 мая 2019 в 13:05
pele It's the final of the oldest cup competition in the world today - the FA Cup in England. Good luck to @Ederson93, Danilo, @Fernandinho, Gabriel Jesus and @HDGomes. I hope you all have good games if selected. 🇧🇷 // É a final da competição mais antiga do mundo hoje - A FA Cup na Inglaterra. Boa sorte para o Ederson, @DaniLuiz2, Fernandinho, @dejesusoficial e Heurelho Gomes. Espero que os que jogarem, façam um grande jogo. 🇧🇷@EmiratesFACup #FACup #MCFC #WFC @WatfordOfficial @mancity
15 февраля 2019 в 15:02
pele You know that thirst you have after exercise? When you can't pour the drink into your body quickly enough? Imagine having that feeling all day. And not having any clean, safe drinking water to make it go away. For millions of children around the world, this feeling is real. The Pelé Foundation supports @charitywater to bring clean water to people around the world, so that kids can play, go to school, and follow their dreams. // Você sabe aquela sede que dá depois do exercício? Quando você quase não consegue parar de beber água? Imagine sentir isso o dia inteiro e não ter nenhuma água limpa e segura para ajudar. Para milhões de crianças do mundo inteiro este sentimento é real. A Fundação Pelé apoia a @charitywater para levar água limpa para essas pessoas, para que as crianças possam brincar, ir para escola e seguir seus sonhos.
13 февраля 2019 в 15:02
pele People often ask me how I ended up playing for New York Cosmos. The @nycosmos manager, Clive Toye, summed it up nicely. "You can go to Spain, to Italy, and win a title, but you can come to the Cosmos and win a country." What an experience it was. // As pessoas eventualmente me perguntam como eu acabei jogando pelo New York Cosmos. O treinador do Cosmos, Clive Toye, disse para mim. "Você pode ir para Espanha ou Itália e ganhar um título, mas você pode vir ao Cosmos e ganhar um país." Que grande experiência foi essa.
12 февраля 2019 в 14:02
pele For many people, their memory of Gordon Banks is defined by the save he made against me in 1970. I understand why.
The save was one of the best I have ever seen - in real life and in all the thousands of games I have watched since. When you are a footballer, you know straight away how well you have hit the ball. I hit that header exactly as I had hoped. Exactly where I wanted it to go. And I was ready to celebrate.
But then this man, Banks, appeared in my sight, like a kind of blue phantom, is how I described him. He came from nowhere and he did something I didn't feel was possible. He pushed my header, somehow, up and over. And I couldn't believe what I saw. Even now when I watch it l, I can't believe it. I can't believe how he moved so far, so fast. I scored so many goals in my life, but many people, when they meet me, always ask me about that save. While it was indeed phenomenal, my memory of Gordon is not defined by that - it is defined by his friendship. He was a kind and warm man who gave so much to people.
So I am glad he saved my header - because that act was the start of a friendship between us that I will always treasure. Whenever we met, it was always like we had never been apart.
I have great sadness in my heart today and I send condolences to the family he was so proud of.
Rest in peace, my friend. Yes, you were a goalkeeper with magic. But you were also so much more. You were a fine human being.
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