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1994-95 season
Discussion started by SandyB , 09 July, 2017 21:28
1994-95 season
SandyB 09 July, 2017 21:28
1994-95 was a special year in football history, it saw the rise of 4 distinguished greatest footballers of all time. Let's pay a tribute to them:
1) Ronaldo - PSV Eindhoven signed Ronaldo in the year and he scored 30 goals in his 1st season for them.
2) Zidane- Zidane called up for France NT that season and immediately stolen limelight in that season for his club Bordeaux n country.
3) Rivaldo- Rivaled joined Palmeiras in 1994 n a star was born that season when the skillful midfielder became instant hero winning the league.
4) Raul - Raul was promoted to first team of Real Madrid that season by George Valdano to replace the Madrid legend Emilio Butragueno n rest is history.
This is how players used to born those days unlike today where only the transfer amounts determines the stardom!

Re: 1994-95 season
Padre Pio 04 August, 2017 11:22
Dennis Bergkamp wasnt bad either

- until Wenger moves on, they'll always be the also-rans in the major competitions. A club in elite purgatory. Always good enough to make it to the big race, never fast or smart enough to push over the finish line in first place. That's all about the manager. Until he changes, Arsenal fans will continue to celebrate glorious failure.

Re: 1994-95 season
SandyB 04 August, 2017 12:36
The last line of my thread sounds like irony isn't it? (Sm100)

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