Comparison Of The Famous Trio Of Barcelona

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MSN – The magic, surrealism and niftiness of the famous trio from Barcelona.

“Just 14 months after their first match together, the Barcelona front three are already making the football world carefully consider if any other attack throughout the ages could trump them. What remains crystal clear is that they are head and shoulders above all other attacking combinations in the game at present. The deadly trio do as they please, whenever they feel like it.” – Marca
Yes, this November quote from the Marca edition perfectly sums up the impact Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar have had on Barcelona, on its fans, the pundits and the rest of the football world. With each passing day, the awe and the excitement surrounding them hasn’t diminished …show more content…

Combining the playmaking intelligence, excellent passing and vision of Gren and Liedholm with Nordahl’s sublime finishing, the famed trio helped the Swedish national team win the gold medal in the 1948 London Olympics. At club level, the trio got together in AC Milan from 1949-53, helping Milan win the Scudetto in the 50/51 season after 44 years. While the association between the three at Milan lasted for 4 years, their contribution to this day is still revered by the old Milanese supporters. ‘Gre-No-Li’ will be always remembered as the greatest football players to ever come out of Sweden.
Trio of aces (1957-61):
Trio of aces or, more generally known as Trio of Boniperti-Charles-Sívori, played for 4 seasons at Juventus Between 1957-61. This trio consisted of Juventus’s 3 best players from the 50’s: Omar Sívori from Argentina, John Charles from Wales and Giampiero Boniperti from Italy. This trio changed the face of Italian football by bringing Juventus amongst the ranks against an ever dominating AC Milan side, helping the club win 3 Serie A and 2 Coppa Italia. Apart from bringing laurels to the club, they were also responsible in changing the style of play to a more fluid system, thanks to the versatility of these 3.
Alfredo Di Stéfano - Ferenc Puskás - Francisco Gento …show more content…

The architect of that folklore was their great manager Sir Matt Busby and its pioneers were the United trinity of George Best, Denis Law, and Bobby Charlton. A combined effort of 665 goals in 1633 games, each of them have the honor of winning the prestigious Ballon d'Or. Under the high tempo style of Busby, the ‘Holy trinity’ flourished with Charlton being a goal scoring machine from the midfield, Denis law being a predator in front of the goal and George best, bring true to his surname, was the best talent the English shores had ever seen in 60’s, who could single handedly turn the game and grace the football field his unmatched talent. The statue of the three stalwarts outside Old Trafford is a living proof of their legacy at the

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