Ariel ORTEGA's impossible goal

Ariel Arnaldo ORTEGA is a retired Argentine footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. His nickname is "El Burrito" ("The Little Donkey"), Ortega began his professional football career in 1991 with Argentine club River Plate. With the club, he won the Primera División in 1991, 1993, 1994 and 1996, as well as the Copa Libertadores in 1996 at Enzo Francescoli's side. He lost out on the 1996 Intercontinental Cup final to Juventus. Ortega left Argentina in 1996. He played one season and a half in Spain for Valencia CF before being signed by Sampdoria in 1998 after a very good world cup in France for a team's transfer fee record replacing Juan Sebastián Verón. But the 1998-99 Sampdoria's season was a drama with a Serie B relegated position at the end. But in this shameful season there is a bright intervalls the 21st march when the Samp destroyed Inter Milan 4-0 at home. Ariel ORTEGA was unstoppable with brilliants assists and skills all game long. And he scored the fourth one with an impossible goal. May be the greatest and the most spectacular in his prolific career. Have a look at this awesome skill with no mercy for Gianluca Pagliuca : 

Juan Roman RIQUELME's Top Ten Assists

Conidered one of the most talented Argentine players of his generation Juan Román RIQUELME  is best known for his creative passing during his eighteen professional career. He spent most of his career with Boca Juniors as an offensive midfield playmaker, he combined passing, vision, and technical skills. Juan Roman RIQUELME has been recognised as the "last true number 10s" due to his playmaking abilities and unique playing style. With Boca Juniors he won Four domestic leagues, three Copa Libertadores and one intercontiental cup versus Real Madrid in 2000. During all this seasons he gave the most creative assists ever seen to lucky forwards as Martin Palermo, Guillermo Barros-Schelloto (Boca Juniors' currently manager), Marcelo Delgado, Rodrigo Palacio, Pablo Mouche, Dario Cvitanich, Emmanuel Gigliotti, Lucas Viatri and many others. And now here it comes his top ten assists with Boca Juniors. The most famous is versus Real Madrid for Martin Palermo in the 2000 Intercontental cup final but ma favourite is number two :

All ZICO' goals for Brazil

Arthur Antunes Coimbra  better known as ZICO is a Brazilian former footballer, who played as an attacking midfielder. Often called the "White Pelé", he was a creative playmaker, with excellent technical skills, vision, and an eye for goal, who is considered one of the most clinical finishers and best passers ever, as well as one of the greatest players of all time. Arguably the world's best player of the late 70's and early 80's. With 48 goals in 71 official appearances for Brazil, Zico is fifth highest goalscorer for his national team. He represented them in the 1978, 1982 and 1986 World Cups. They did not win any of those tournaments, even though the 1982 squad is considered one of the greatest Brazilian national squads ever. Zico is often considered one of the best players in football history not to have been on a World Cup winning squad. He was chosen 1981 and 1983 Player of the Year. Here it comes in a five minutes video all his 48 goals for Brazil between 1976 and 1986.

Jari LITMANEN's Top Ten Goals

Jari Olavi Litmanen is widely considered to be Finland's greatest football player of all time. He began his professional career in 1987 and spent time with Finnish clubs Reipas (1987-90), HJK (1991), and MyPa (1992) before joining Ajax but before moved to Amsterdam, Litmanen had failed to earn a contract with the Romanian club Dinamo București ! In Netherlands Litmanen he rose to international prominence. Between 1992 and 1999, he scored 135 goals in 253 appearances or Ajax, winning four league titles and the 1995 Champions League final (he finished as the tournament's second-highest scorer, with 6 goals). After leaving Ajax, he one and a half relatively quiet seasons with Barcelona, then joined Liverpool in January 2001. In his first season there, he collected four trophies--the UEFA Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, the FA Cup, and the League Cup--then won a fifth--the Community Shield--at the start of the next season. He returned to Ajax in 2002 and won another league title in 2004, then moved again to a series of clubs that included Lahti (2004, 2008-10), Hansa Rostock (2004-05), Malmö (2005-07), and Fulham (2007-08) before moving to his final club, HJK, in 2011 at the age of 40 (he retired later that year). Along the way, he made 137 appearances for Finland from 1989 to 210, scoring a record 32 goals. And now his Top ten goals in video with Ajax :

Le Docteur SOCRATES croqué par les plus grands artistes

Le Docteur SOCRATES a marqué le football et son influence a été au delà du jeu, du terrain et il est l'un des joueurs qui aura le plus inspiré les artistes dessinateurs. Dans ce sujet, je ne vais pas faire une liste exhaustive des artistes qui l'ont croqué, ils sont bien trop nombreux mais seulement ceux qui ont un lien étroit avec Old School Panini depuis le début de l'aventure en 2010. Mais pourquoi Sócrates inspire t'il tant les artistes ? Pour moi cela se résume en deux points, le premier footballistique, Sócrates est l'ambassadeur du Joga Bonito, ce jeu brésilien léché qui a émerveillé le monde entier un été 82 et la seconde est politique, le Docteur étant à la tête du mouvement qu'on va appelé la démocratie Corinthienne. A la fois leader sur le terrain et capitaine de cette fameuse équipe du Brésil à la coupe du monde 1982, Sócrates est aussi un homme engagé dans un pays dirigé par une junte militaire féroce. Si le sujet vous intéresse je vous invite à relire le très vaste sujet fait au lendemain de sa mort : Sócrates n'est pas une putain. En attendant voici les différents artistes qui ont croqué le docteur avec en premier lieu mon ami Mathieu Marcou  (son site : réalise le graphisme d'OSP où Sócrates est en bonne place, comme vous le voyez tout d'abord il a sa propre catégorie de sujets et c'est lui que j'ai choisi aux cotés de Michel et Diego pour illustrer les liens vers les réseaux sociaux d'OSP. Cliquer sur le nom de l'artiste pour avoir accès à son profil Twitter.

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Daniel NYARI
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Stanley CHOW
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