Marco van Basten

Marco van Basten was born in Utrecht, Netherlands on Oct. 31, 1964. Having been widely considered as one of the best professional strikers, he played for many celebrated football clubs like Ajax, Milan and Netherlands national football team at the late 20th century. He ended his playing career aged 30 for injury, winning 300 goals in his playing career. His competitive advantages in height and strength are also critical factors for his great success. Famous for control ability, attacking ability, consistency and dynamic energy on football fields, he won numerous titles, honors and accolades for his team.

Marco van Basten

When he was young, he gradually cut a striking figure on football fields. In 1983, he participated in the FIFA World Youth Championship. And at the same year, he accomplished his first appearance for Netherlands national football team. After retired as a player, he was appointed as the manager of Ajax and the Netherlands national football team. In his coaching career, he devoted himself in teaching young footballers and guiding them in a strategic manner.

David Trezeguet

David Trezeguet was born in Rouen, France on Oct. 15, 1977. Known as a celebrated professional footballer, his first leg of professional playing career is with Club Atlético Platense aged 8, making great progress in youth system and receiving systematic football training. In 1994, he accomplished first professional appearance at a match against Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata. Having played for many football teams, he achieved unprecedented honors with many football clubs, such as Platense, Monaco, Juventus, Hércules, Baniyas, River Plate, Newell’s Old Boys and FC Pune City.

David Trezeguet

From 1998 to 2008, he played for in France football shirt at many major international matches, winning 34 goals in 71 matches. He starred at the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship, the 1998 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2000, the 2002 World Cup, Euro 2004 and the 2006 World Cup, especially Euro 2000 final. In 2004, he was inducted in the FIFA 100 by Brazilian legend Pelé.