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The best teams in football history

The best teams in football history
El Ajax Cruyff, the best team ever (Photo: Whoateallthepies.tv)
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Today we go with a new list. This time we have selected for our liking which are the best teams in football history. Hopefully you like and agree.

THE AJAX AMSTERDAM (1965-1973)

The best teams in history
El Ajax Cruyff is, definitely, the best team in football history. In addition to dominating their league won three European Cups consecutively (1971, 1972 Y 1973) displaying a 'total football'. Cruyff and Neeskens led the team that was led first by Rinus Michels and Stefan Kovacs after first (Photo: Brand)

AC MILAN (1987-1991)

Milan de Sacchi
In a football where there was the 'catenaccio’ a team came masterfully led by Arrigo Sacchi. AC Milan Dutch (Van Basten, Gullit y Rijkaard) accompanied by Maldini, Baresi, Ancelotti and many reigned Europe in the late 80. The Rossoneri won 2 European Cups as a perfect machine (AC Milan)

REAL MADRID (1955-1960)

Real Madrid
Real Madrid can not miss this list of the best teams in football history. The Whites swept the continent achieving the 5 first European Cups with legends such as Di Stéfano, Puskas and Gento among others (equiposdefútbol2.blogspot.com)

FC BARCELONA (2008-2011)

Barca's sextet
No doubt Pep Guardiola learned best when he was under the command of Johan Cruyff. The Catalan coach led a project with unique players like Xavi and Iniesta playing like angels. With Pique and Puyol in defense and Henry, Eto'o and Messi up nothing could go wrong. This team achieved something unique in history by winning 6 titles in one season (2008-2009)

INTER DE MILAN (1962-1967)

Inter Helenio Herrera
Another historical we could not leave out this list of the best teams in history is Helenio Herrera Inter. With players like Luis Suarez won three Scudetti, two European Cups and two Intercontinental Cups. His playing style was ultradefensive, yes, highly effective. Another way to win.

SANTOS FC (1955-1968)

Pele Santos
Culqui team to count in their ranks Pele is obvious that dominate football. Ronaldinho developed almost his entire career at the club with which he always managed numerous titles among them two Copa Libertadores and two Intercontinental (Photo: The country)

BENFICA (1959-1968)

The best teams in history
Benfica was the successor of Real Madrid as the dominator of the European Cup. Directed by Bela Guttman and Eusebio as top star, the Eagles won the European title in 1961 Y 1962 at the same Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. Since then, a curse hanging over the Lisbon club (Photo: Vavel)

BAYERN MUNICH (1967-1976)

Bayern de Beckenbauer
If Holland and Germany vied to be the best team of the moment, Ajax and Bayern were doing at club level. The German team took over from the Dutch and was able to crush their rivals in the Bundesliga and accumulating three European Cups consecutively. El Bayern de Beckenbauer, Muller and Maier must on any list of the best teams in history (FC Bayern)

Independiente de Avellaneda (1971-1975)

Independent
A winning team 4 Libertadores Cups consecutively (something that nobody has ever failed to repeat) It deserves to be among the best teams in football history without a doubt. The Argentine side dominated America in the early years of the decade of the 70 with Bochini and Bertoni, a lethal duo (Mercado Libre Argentina)

JUVENTUS (1980-1986)

Best teams in history
Juventus Platini had total dominance of Italian football between 1980 Y 1986. With players like Michael Laudrup jovencísimo, a forward Paolo Rossi level with defenses like Cabrini, Gentile and Scirea formed an impressive team (Ecosia.org)

LIVERPOOL (1976-1986)

Liverpool 1977
The European legend of Liverpool began to be forged in the years 70 Y 80. Anfield's men won two UEFA Cups and four European Cups between 1973 Y 1984. further, in this period, they got 10 league championships in England. A real team (Pinterest)

BOCA JUNIORS (1998-2003)

Boca Juniors
Boca Juniors closes our list of the best teams in history. Bianchi on the bench and Riquelme, Palermo, Schelotto, Ibarra and Carlos Tévez, the team won the yellow stripe 3 Copas Libertadores and 2 World over a period of 4 years (Photo: The Journal)

 

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