Credit: Billy Stickland/Getty Images Goalkeepers jerseys have a rich tradition of being garish – don't believe us … check out this archived gallery – but none could beat this one, a fluorescent Count Dracula effort, designed and worn by Mexico's goalkeeper Jorge Campos at the 1994 World Cup
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A gangly philosopher. A wizard and political activist on the pitch, a heavy smoker and drinker off it. Socrates promoted democracy in Brazil post their dictorship period but enjoyed the finer things in life until he tragically died earlier this year. A one off character, given the riches of the modern game.
Brazilian midfielder Roberto Rivelino was part of the legendary 1970 World Cup-winning team, which many consider to be the best of all time. Famous for his free kicks and superb technique, Rivelino was also known for a seriously bushy mustache.
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