The position of the defender is very, very important in football. After all, as the legendary coach of the past, Helenio Herrera, said: “If we don't concede, we won't lose”. This quote is the most banal and obvious, but, after all, this is the truth and it is simply impossible to argue with it. Unfortunately, the reality is that defenders are often denied individual awards, applause and worldwide recognition. But this is so undeserved… And they have the right, at least no less than the players of the attack group, to all of the above regalia.

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3. Gaetano Scirea

In big football, Shirea began playing for the Italian club Atalanta. After spending 2 seasons at a good level, he was spotted by Juventus scouts, where he moved with great pleasure. As part of the “Old Signora” “Guy”, namely this is the nickname Shirea received from his colleagues for his name, he spent 14 seasons, having played 377 games. As for the trophies won, the player's collection is very, very diverse. These are 7 league titles in Italy, 2 Cups of the country, the UEFA Cup, the Cup Winners' Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, the Intercontinental Cup and, of course, the long-awaited European Champions Cup in May 1985. Actually, this was the first major European triumph for Juve and it is associated with such surnames as Platini, like Rossi, like Cabrini, like Tardelli, like Bonek. And the captain of this entire cool team was .

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2. Carles Puyol

Tough character and reliability – these words can describe “Tarzan”. A nickname given to a player for their hair style. It seems that it is better not to characterize a person whom I have never met in my life. Remembering the performances of the magnificent Italian Roberto Baggio as part of his clubs and the Italian national team. The phrase always comes to mind – he led the game, but did not lead. That's about Carles Puyol, you can say this – he did not lead the game, but led. Should a central defender lead the game at all? Absolutely not obliged. A true leader on the field and a person who defines the mentality and character of the team. Puyol brought the champion spirit to the team and was always the source of the indestructible and victorious mood of the teams where he played.

1. Bobby Moore

The main club in the player's career is London's West Ham. Here he will spend 15 seasons, play more than 600 matches, wear the captain's armband for more than 10 years, for which he will receive his nickname “iron captain” and the unspoken title “Mr. West Ham”. And once again, he will even stand at the gate and reflect a penalty. It will happen in the League Cup match against Stoke City. Along with all this, Moore will win 2 trophies. These titles will be the first and last in Bobby's professional career with his clubs. In 1964, at the legendary Wembley West Ham, Moura beat Preston North End 3-2. A year later, at the same stadium, in the final of the Cup Winners' Cup, the Hammers beat the German 1860 Munich. But the main victory in Moore's career and in the history of all English football will happen later, and it will happen again at the great Wembley. This stadium will be fateful for the player. Years later, namely in May 2007, a 6-meter bronze statue of an epoch-making man for English football was installed near the stadium.


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