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Puskas, the Galloping Major

November 14, 2008
By John Brewin
Short, one-footed, lacking in pace, belly bulging over his waistband, Ferenc Puskas was one of the greatest players of all time.

November 17 will mark two years since he passed away at age 79, back home in the city from where he had once been exiled for three decades.

A generation-defining man with a left foot that plundered over 600 goals, Puskas was mourned across the footballing world, his standing as a key man with both the greatest club side of all time and the best team ...

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