The best players of all time are more than just a group of players who played a particular game.
They are more like a collective collective of players.
There are many who played the game with a passion that has only been surpassed in time.
The five best footballers in history have all made a remarkable career, but there are only a few who can match the intensity and energy of these players.
Here is a look at the five greatest players in football history, the ones who have left a mark that will live on forever.5.
Bobby CharltonThe greatest footballer of all timesThe first to be signed to a professional contract in his native England, Bobby Charltons greatest achievement was to lead England to the World Cup in 1956.
Charlton was not just a great striker, he was a brilliant player, and it was because of this that he was hailed as the greatest of all-time.
“He is the greatest player I have ever played with, he is the best player I played with,” said Michael Owen in 2011.
Charltons great talent was recognised for his ability to hit the ball downfield with precision, and he was an all-round game, with a natural left foot and a quick first touch.
Charlons career was a success, but his career as a footballer was in danger.
“When I was 18 years old, I went to the BBC and said I wanted to play in England.
They gave me a contract and told me I had to sign up,” Charlton said.”
I went to London, I got my first job in a newspaper.
I went there and I was working.
I was a writer for the Daily Mail and the Guardian.
I worked for the Mirror, the Evening Standard, the Sunday Times and the Daily Mirror.”
Charlton was so determined to play for England that he signed a contract with a newspaper that was owned by Rupert Murdoch.
“When I got the papers, I said, ‘I’m going to play’.
The first thing I wanted was to play.
I played for England and I won the World Cups.
I did that in one game, but I could have played for the whole world.
I had the chance to play, but it wasn’t for me.
I didn’t want to.
I thought I’d play for a few years and then I’d go and play in Japan and Italy and Spain, but no, I wanted England to win.
I wanted the world to know that I’m one of the greatest players of my time.”
Charltons career in England was an incredible rollercoaster, as he was offered two clubs in England, but refused the first offer.
“I said, I’ll go to Tottenham Hotspur.
I told them, ‘Look, I’m going there to play football for the next 10 years.
I’ll be back’.
I thought about it, I thought, ‘Oh well, that’s fine.
I’ve got the contract, I can just go and do that’.
But I went back to Tottenham.
They wanted me to come and play and I said no, it’s not possible.
I wasn’t playing because of my contract. “
It was a tough contract and it’s a great honour for me, but they thought that was the best thing for me and they were right.
I wasn’t playing because of my contract.
I couldn’t do it.
But when I went out for training, I couldn and I played well.
I scored the first goal for Tottenham.
I can’t think of anything else that I would want.
But I played at a high level for them.
They have the most talented players and the most wonderful fans.”
Charlons career as England player ended after only five years, but he was never really forgotten.
“He’s one of those guys that you remember, but you never really think about,” said Wayne Rooney.
“The way he was playing at that time in England he was unbelievable, unbelievable, incredible.”5.
Steven GerrardSteven Gerrard was the greatest footballer in English football history.
The most prolific and prolific scorer of all in his career, Gerrard was a true legend for the Reds, winning two Premier League titles and three FA Cups during a 14-year reign.
Gerrard won the Champions League, the League Cup, the FA Cup, two League Cups and the FA Trophy three times, and was capped at every age level.
Gerrard was also the most prolific player in the history of the Premier League.
In his first season in charge of Liverpool, Gerrard became the first Liverpool player to score in the league twice.
In 1986, Liverpool beat Manchester United 4-2 in the Europa League to become the first team in history to win the competition.
“Steven Gerrard is a fantastic player, I know that he’s one,” said Sir Bobby Charlott.
“You know, he’s a phenomenal player.
He’s just a phenomenal guy.
He won the Premier Leagues, he won the League Cups, he has won the FA Cups and he’s scored the winner of