Top Ten Greatest Dribblers In Football (Soccer) HistoryDribbling is a hard task to manage especially at top level. To run with the ball with so much posture and elegance is a true gift and this list consists of the players who make the skill so iconic and their success using it!
The Top Ten
Play those old timers today and watch them get destroyed.. Except maybe Pele.. They don't even have the fitness
He is the best player of all time!
Keeps ball close to his feet
Out of words to say
No one will be better than him
Go and watch him play soccer
Your mind will be blown - Doge4lifeGaming
What 7th position! He deserves the 1st
HE IS THE GOD OF FOOTBALLV 1 Comment
We will always remember the best goal of the history against England. No, not the hand one! - keyson
One of the most gifted pure dribblers of all time.
Just the best.
Just check some of his dribbling. Crazy skills. - zxm
He is a complete football player with amazing dribbling skills.
Argentina honoured him in the match against Holland. Maybe he helped us win it from Heaven - keyson
Josef Masopust (born 9 February 1931) is a Czech former football player and coach. He was named European Footballer of the Year in 1962. In November 2003, to celebrate UEFA's Jubilee, he was selected as the Golden Player of the Czech Republic by the Football Association of the Czech Republic as their most outstanding player of the past 50 years. He played as midfielder and was an indispensable player for Czechoslovakia.  He capped 63 times, scoring 10 goals for his country. 
He was named by Pelé as one of the top 125 greatest living footballers in March 2004.
By far the greatest dribbler player ever. With his bent legs, he could dribbler anyone. Some of the best dribbler scenes came from Garrincha and his magical legs...
One of the most gifted football players.
He was particularly known for his outstanding pace and acceleration on the ball, as well as his excellent dribbling ability, and close control, which allowed him to beat players with ease; he was also highly regarded for his vision, tactical knowledge, and passing accuracy, which made him an effective assist provider, although he was also capable of scoring goals as well as creating them. His talent, unpredictability and exploits during his time at Milan earned him the nickname "Il Genio"
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