Sad news from Budapest. Ferenc Puskas, arguably the greatest footballer of all time, has died. Here's my tribute from today's First Post.
Three great football judges, the late Billy Wright, Sir Bobby Robson, and My Dad reckon that Puskas was the greatest of them all. Having watched plenty of video action of the great man, including the 1960 European Cup final when he scored four goals against Eintracht Frankfurt, I must say I find it hard to disagree.
What do you reckon? Was Puskas the greatest? Or was it Cruyff, or Pele? Or perhaps someone else?