Posted on 12/30/2022 01:03 AM / Updated on 12/30/2022 01:05 AM
Pele didn’t die today, he won’t die tomorrow, in fact he never will – (Credit: Franck FIFE/AFP)
Joao Otavio de Noronha – Minister of the Supreme Court of Justice (STJ)
Great men do not die, they just leave for another life, but their deeds, ideas and teachings are eternal. This happens with Legendary Pele, Edson Arantes do Nascimentothe most privileged citizen of the city of Três Corações in the state of Minas Gerais.
Dondinho’s son Pele will remain the icon of the art of football that made Brazil world champions at the 1958, 1962 and 1970 World Cups. The only player to win the World Cup three times.
But his story does not stop at the four lines of the field only, but goes beyond his football, the art that charmed the world to show the best example of a professional athlete with great determination, determination and patriotism who always honored his country and served as a reference for other generations.
Pelé is not dead today, he will not die tomorrow, in fact, he will never die because he will always be alive and great as he always was in the hearts of the Brazilian people and other countries in this world that love football and that need many PELÉS as an example of life.
Long live King Pele!
Long live the athlete of the century!
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