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Legendary Teams

Dynamo Kiev 1973-98

Valery Lobanovsky led Dynamo Kiev to eight Soviet titles, six Soviet Cups, five Ukrainian titles, two Ukrainian Cups and two European Cup Winners' Cups. In three spells at the club spanning three decades, he became legendary for his temper and for his method.
 

West Germany 1954

"The unifying mission of sport," espoused Gustav Wiederkehr, President of the Swiss FA in 1950, will help West Germany and they should be accepted into FIFA. Ben Lyttleton explores how their consequent victory in the 1954 World Cup helped the rebirth of the nation.
 

Japan 2002

"This Japan side has created a legacy for the future". As Ben Lyttleton explains, the changes implemented by Japan coach Philippe Troussier not only improved the performance of the national team in time for World Cup 2002, but also had an impact on the whole country and its culture.
 

Hungary 1953

25 November 2003 marks the 50th anniversary of Hungary's 6-3 win over England at Wembley, the first time England ever lost at home to continental opposition. The game marked a watershed in the development of football and tactics in England, while the world took notice of the radical Hungary side.
 

Inter 1964

Within four years of Internazionale president Angelo Moratti hiring Barcelona boss Helenio Herrera to coach his team in 1960, Inter had managed to win the European Cup final.
 

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