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Omar Sivori


Enrique Omar Sivori was an Argentine football striker and manager. He is known for his time with the successful Juventus side during the late 1950s and early 1960s. At club level he also played for River Plate and Napoli.

Sivori's footballing talent was acclaimed and he won the coveted European Footballer of the Year in 1961.

Encyclopaedia Britannica describe his playing style as "audacious and brilliant". Sivori utilized his dribbling skills and favourite move of the nutmeg (playing the ball between an opposition players legs) to defeat defenders. Primarily a left footed player, Sivori had the ability to score with his left, his right and despite his relatively short stature his head; this would sometimes see him receiving kicks to the face.

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