Widely regarded as the greatest player of all time, the three-time World Cup winner died in Sao Paulo on Thursday after a long battle with colon cancer, outpouring love and respect around the world. Magpies head coach Howe said: “A lot of them also do headers. He was very good in the air and was a very good spring for a little guy. “As a footballer, I was a defender, believe it or not. ,I love watching goals.So it was a show reel of his goals and his best moments.But there are some iconic sporting moments.As a person I met him I didn’t know him because I didn’t know him, but looking back at Bobby Moore’s sportsmanship at the end of the 1970 Games, those iconic images were so powerful that I gave him a lot. Howe is too young to remember Pele as a player, but he is well aware of his impact on the world game. grew up knowing Pele and considered him the best player the world had ever seen in that moment: “Very, very sad. Whenever an icon dies, it’s a very sad moment for football.” Seeing the reaction of everyone, the media, everyone involved in football, he is certainly well remembered all over the world.” will put his arms around compatriots Bruno Guimaraes and Joelinton. A giant, and there are obvious reasons for what he has achieved for his country.
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe says Pele was the ‘absolute giant’ of football, first appearing on Planetsport.com.