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CenturyLink Field

Seattle's Century Link Field home of the Seattle Seahawks (Next Super Bowl Champions!) & Seattle Sounders FC soccer

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Johan Cruyff, born 25 April 1947, Dutch attacking midfielder or forward, Ajax (1964-1973), FC Barcelona (1973-1978), Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980), Washington Diplomats (1980-1981), Levante (1981), Ajax (1981–1983), Feyenoord (1983-1984). He won the Ballon d'Or three times (1971, 1973, 1974), which was a record jointly held with Michel Platini, Marco van Basten, and Lionel Messi until Messi won his fourth award in 2012. Cruyff was one of the most famous exponents of the football philosophy…

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from Mail Online

Why I missed the 1978 World Cup final: Johan Cruyff reveals how kidnap attempt changed his outlook on life

Why I missed the 1978 World Cup final: Johan Cruyff reveals how kidnap attempt…

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Johan Cruyff, born 25 April 1947, Dutch attacking midfielder or forward, Ajax (1964-1973), FC Barcelona (1973-1978), Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980), Washington Diplomats (1980-1981), Levante (1981), Ajax (1981–1983), Feyenoord (1983-1984). He won the Ballon d'Or three times (1971, 1973, 1974), which was a record jointly held with Michel Platini, Marco van Basten, and Lionel Messi until Messi won his fourth award in 2012. Cruyff was one of the most famous exponents of the football philosophy…

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Johan Cruyff, born 25 April 1947, Dutch international attacking midfielder or forward (1966–1977), Ajax (1964-1973), FC Barcelona (1973-1978), Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980), Washington Diplomats (1980-1981), Levante (1981), Ajax (1981–1983), Feyenoord (1983-1984).

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Man's Lace Cravat - 1670 - 1690 The cravat end is large-scale raised Venetian needle lace, tied with added linen and silk ribbon. The engraving of the interior of a lace shop, of 1678, shows a fashionable man wearing a similar style of cravat.

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Arsenal FC - The 'Invincibles' Season 2003 - 2004

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