Watch the video Pelé, also named “The King of Football”, has mesmerised the world with his extraordinary goals and scores. Paying a tribute to this living legend, #Fame World is here with a fantastic video focusing on the life and tremendous success of the soccer star. The video also includes comments and thoughts of several personalities for Pelé including Dr. Marcelo Cunha, Pelé's Optometrist; Rick Jacobs, St. Benedict's Coach; Mário Zagallo, former Brazilian football player and manager as well as George Best, the Northern Irish footballer who played for Manchester United and the Northern Ireland national teamPelé, born Edson Arantes do Nascimento on 23 October 1940, stands among the best and greatest players of all time. The retired Brazilian professional footballer has contributed a host of stupendous goals and moments in this beautiful game that earned him several respectable titles. Fans and soccer players around the globe consider the legend as one of the most marvelous players and has inspired several emerging and living legends worldwide. #Fame World brings to you an insight into Pelé's experience and impressive journey in this beautiful game and how he has brought a revolution in the world of football. Born in Três Corações, Minas Gerais, Brazil to Fluminense footballer Dondinho and Celeste Arantes, Pelé's childhood days was full of struggles due to his family's poor financial status. Even after working as a servant in tea shops with an aim to earn extra money, Pelé and his father always took time out to practice the game with a ball made of a sock stuffed with newspaper and tied with a string or a grapefruit. His hard-work, passion and love for football soon turned out to be fruitful with him being one of the most recognised and best players of amateur teams such as Sete de Setembro, Canto do Rio, São Paulinho and Amériquinha. Additionally, The year 1999 saw Pelé honoured with a host of respectable titles including World Player of the Century by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS), Football Player of the Century by Ballon d'Or, Athlete of the Century by the IOC and the 100 most influential people of the 20th century by Time.The IFFHS states Pelé to be the world's most successful league goal scorer for having a total of 541 league goals. However, the legend has scored 1281 goals in 1363 games comprising of unofficial friendlies and tour games in his entire career. His accomplishments in the game are so renowned and extraordinary that the Guinness World Records listed him among the most career goals scorer in football. In addition to these achievements, Pelé is regarded as a national hero back home for his accomplishments as well as active participation in improving the social conditions of the poor. He was declared a “national treasure” by Brazilian President Jânio Quadros in 1961 along with earning a series of respectable names from several others such as “The Black Pearl”, “The King of Football” and “The King Pelé”.
Pelé has always been a significant and star player of the teams played in his career. Right from club Santos and the Brazil national football team to the FIFA World Cups of 1958, 1962 and 1970, the “King of Football” has introduced the world to unforgettable kicks and goals in the history of football. Pelé married Rosemeri dos Reis Cholbi on 21 February 1966, but later announced their divorce in 1982. The soccer star was also in the news for his romance with model Xuxa. However, due to her young age, the couple called a split with Pelé marrying psychologist and gospel singer Assíria Lemos Seixas in April 1994. Today, the football ambassador is married to 41-year-old Marcia Aoki, a Japanese-Brazilian importer of medical equipment from Penápolis, São Paulo. 


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