The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has gone to the Brazilian Diplomatic Mission in the European capital to sign the book of condolences for the death of Pelé, just a few days ago.
The death of Pelé is one of the greatest losses ever suffered in the world of sports. And it is that Pelé embodied the symbol of the Brazilian jogo bonito, the only footballer to win three World Cups with his country’s team and considered by many to be the best player in history. The soccer star passed away on December 29 at the age of 82, a victim of colon cancer.
With Pelé, a way of playing dies.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
“Pelé did not invent football, but he did invent how he trains himself with the ball. He taught us to appreciate attacking football, while giving our opponents the utmost respect. With Pelé, a way of playing dies. A method of managing the offensive game is dying, but the recognition of the legend of the best football on planet earth remains alive”, expressed the Ambassador in the official condolences.