Pele research

Project

source:." http://www.latinosportslegends.com/Pele_bio.htm. N.p.. Web. 23 May 2013.

Pele first learned to play soccer from his father Dondinho who was a descent center forward until his career ended by a leg injury. He was discovered at the age of 11 by one of the country's premier players, Waldemar de Brito. When Brito brought Pelé to Sao Paulo he declared to the disbelieving directors of the professional team in Santos.

Pele plays at the world cup .http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/centurys_best/news/1999/05/19/siflashback_pele/

At the age of seventeen Pelé went on to play in four World Cups with Brazil's National Team. At the 1958 World Cup in Sweden -- one he nearly missed because of a knee injury -- Pelé stunned the world scoring six goals, including two in the championship game to help Brazil win its first World Cup 5-2 over Sweden.

Why Pele became the greatest soccer player http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/players/player=63869/index.html

Pele was an average-sized man, he was blessed with speed, great balance, tremendous vision, the ability to control the ball superbly, and the ability to shoot powerfully and accurately with either foot and with his head.