A Tribute to a Legend George Best  

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11/25/2005 7:12 am

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A Tribute to a Legend George Best

Football legend George Best has died in intensive care at a west London hospital.

"After a long and very valiant fight Mr George Best died this afternoon in the intensive care unit at Cromwell Hospital," a hospital spokesman said in a statement.
"The thoughts of all staff at Cromwell Hospital are with Mr Best's family at this time."
The former Manchester United and Northern Ireland winger, 59, whose battle with alcoholism led to a liver transplant in 2002, was taken to hospital on October 1 with an infection thought to be linked to immuno-suppressant drugs used to help prevent his body rejecting the new organ.

His health deteriorated rapidly at the end of October when he developed a kidney infection. He had been making daily progress until last week when he suffered a severe setback, developing a lung infection.

Forget Pele, Maradona, Keegan, Cruyff, Baggio!!! George Best combined everything they had individually, and more! Best was explosive, on and off the ball, could read the game exceptionally and win games single-handedly. He could dribble past defenders as though they were standing still, and had the balance and swerve of a ballet dancer. He could tackle as hard as Nobby Stiles, was two footed and could head as powerfully and accurately as much bigger players. Most of all, George was total entertainment with a ball on a football pitch, who thrilled fans with often unorthodox moves to either score or set up goals. He matured very early at 22 years old, winning Europe's top individual and team football honours in 1968, and totally dominated football for a decade, between 1964 and 1974. He was the game's first bonafide SUPERSTAR!

silkysmoothlegs3 106F

11/30/2005 5:07 am

god he was so sexy

hes a legend

lovely post babes

silky xx

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