His face was on television around the world, and the home pages of news outlets around the world were dominated, with media around the world bowing to the late great Pelé, the undisputed ‘King’ of football. .
Press outlets around the world praised the legendary Brazilian, who died Thursday at the age of 82, widely considered the greatest footballer in history and the only person in history to win three World Cups.
The front page of Brazilian daily O Globo was filled with stories about the legend of the sport, but Pele may be dead, but he remained the ‘Immortal King of Football’.
In Folha de S.Paulo, journalist Juca Kfouri quoted the late Brazilian poet Carlos Drummond de Andrade. he said:
Coufori concluded the obituary by suggesting that Edson Arantes do Nascimento (Pele’s real name) may have died, but “it is not true that Pele is dead.”
In Argentina, home to Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi, both vying for the greatest title of all time, Clarin described Pele as “the greatest icon of football spectacle” and “a great player among greats”. remembered as a player.
Argentine sports daily Ole said: “Beyond the rivalry that exists between Argentina and Brazil, there is no question that Pele is one of the greatest footballers of all time, joining Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi. I can’t,” he wrote.
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