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De Matthews a CR7, sem esquecer Pelé e Maradona: os 58 anos da Bola de Ouro

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1968: BEST----IRLANDA  do NORTE

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1986: BELANOV-------URSS

1986: BELANOV-------URSS

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2004: SHEVCHENKO------UCRÂNIA

It was also argued that the origins of tennis should be traced back to the "Hundred Years of War" (1337 to 1453, the British and French wars) before the French folk circulating a name called Haiou de Baumai ball game. It is said that this game is carried out by two people, each holding a racket, the stadium surrounded by a wall, the ball hit the wall after being bounced back, and then over the net

It was also argued that the origins of tennis should be traced back to the "Hundred Years of War" (1337 to 1453, the British and French wars) before the French folk circulating a name called Haiou de Baumai ball game. It is said that this game is carried out by two people, each holding a racket, the stadium surrounded by a wall, the ball hit the wall after being bounced back, and then over the net

It was also argued that the origins of tennis should be traced back to the "Hundred Years of War" (1337 to 1453, the British and French wars) before the French folk circulating a name called Haiou de Baumai ball game. It is said that this game is carried out by two people, each holding a racket, the stadium surrounded by a wall, the ball hit the wall after being bounced back, and then over the net

It was also argued that the origins of tennis should be traced back to the "Hundred Years of War" (1337 to 1453, the British and French wars) before the French folk circulating a name called Haiou de Baumai ball game. It is said that this game is carried out by two people, each holding a racket, the stadium surrounded by a wall, the ball hit the wall after being bounced back, and then over the net

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