Fans Look Back at a Golden Age of Football

In a world where football is dominating by high-paying wages TV deals, players that are playing off the field, players could be excused for longing for the days of old when they felt a sense of belonging to the sport.

All football fans have a special place in their spbo free live score hearts for the player who was more keen on playing for his team in his hometown instead of embracing the lights and the big paychecks of an opportunity to join the latest club that has been bought by an Arab billionaire.

They felt at ease to legendary footballers who shared their goals and values and, more importantly, their desire to succeed.

Troubled greats such as Paul Gascoigne and George Best and super strikers Gary Lineker and Ian Rush, Matt Le-Tissier the ultimate one-club man, Eric Cantona and Paulo Di-Canio are as well-known because of their off field antics just as they are for their in-field genius, and also Super imports such as Zola as well as Bergkamp. These men all have an enviable space in their hearts and the and fans all over the world.

Some men also unite a nation through their key role in national glory. By scoring crucial World Cup goals (with their hands, at moments) These men are the national (as and the sport of football) legends.

Incredibly talented players can also be idols, cult heros, due to their special connections with fans. They may not have legendary football skills or be able to cross the way of Giggs and tackle as Moore however, they do have the same passion, spirit and enthusiasm.

The bearded beauty Alan Cork became a cult hero for Sheffield United fans by scoring at Wembley against arch-rivals Sheffield Wednesday in an FA Cup semi-final. The likes of Alan have become the old-school soccer legends.

It takes just one goal to establish an iconic footy story, and who would forget the shot that brought David Beckham a superstar when he scored from his former half or Tony Yeboah scoring the most amazing volleys outside the field to score a goal for Leeds United. The best footballers are often immortalized because they score amazing goals, striking against mere men, goals that could only be scored by a genuine legend of football.

In the last few months, when the 2010/11 season was over new legends of football were born. The title was taken through Manchester United, led to the trophy by their star players like Giggs as well as Rooney. Manchester United’s city rivals won to the FA Cup thanks in no little part to the super player Carlos Tevez.

In the lower leagues, the Championship was taken in the hands of QPR who have had great success thanks to stars like Les Ferdinand and Trevor Sinclair. The biggest star of the year was the manager Neil Warnock, who was the Neil Warnock, who was the former Sheffield United and Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock.

The best method to be promoted is through the play-offs. And no one was more happy than Ferguson Junior, who led his Peterborough team to the top of League One thanks to legends like George Boyd.

In the past, many players have earned their place in the play-off history with their outstanding performances and scoring amazing goals. Dean Windass become an all time Hull City football legend by scoring the winning goal in the play-off final striking a dream goal out of the box and securing the Premiership spot for the Tigers.