This is dedicated to all those who remember glory days of European football.
The AC Milan starting lineup that defeated Barcelona 4-0 in the 94 Champions League.
Ryan Giggs gets his new Ford from Jim Quick.
José Mourinho, Sir Bobby Robson and Ronaldo seen here with the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1997.
Paul Gascoigne scoring his famous goal against Scotland in Euro 1996.
Eric Cantona lining up for his trial game with Sheffield Wednesday in 1992. Trevor Francis decided not to sign him.
A 23 year old Francesco Totti in 1999.
Filippo Inzaghi and Del Piero celebrate a Juventus goal.
The 1998/99 Parma team was quality. The team consisted of great players like, Gianluigi Buffon, Dino Baggio, Hernán Crespo, Juan Sebastián Verón, Fabio Cannavaro, Lillian Thuram and Alessandro Nesta.
A 26 year old Shearer signing for Newcastle for a, at the time, world record £15 million. He spent 10 years at Newcastle where he scored 148 goals in 303 games making him the club top scorer.
A 17 year old Ryan Giggs makes his Manchester United debut against Everton in 1990.
Roberto Baggio, Ivan Zamorano and Ronaldo playing together at Inter.
Real Madrid’s line up for the 1998 Champions League Final. Real Madrid won the game 1-0 and won their first rebranded European Cup.
In 1994, Robbie Fowler scored a four minute hat-trick against Arsenal.
Maldini throughout the years.
A young David Beckham on loan for Preston North End in 1995.
In 1998, PSG spent 24 million on Jay Jay Okocha, making him the most expensive African player at the time.
Roy Hodgson with Paul Ince during their time at Inter Milan.
Sir Alex Ferguson and his assistant Brian Kidd emerge into Galatasaray’s “Hell”, 1993.
David Beckham signing his first contract with Man Utd.
Ronald Koeman and Louis van Gaal during their time at Barcelona.
Carlo Ancelotti’s Italia 90 sticker.
Lee Sharpe, Mark Hughes, Alex Ferguson, Paul Parker and Eric Cantona launch Man Utd’s new away kit in 1992.
AC Milan 1991-92.
A young Zlatan Ibrahimovic in his room during his Malmö FF times, notice all the pictures of Ronaldo who he is a huge fan of.
Paolo Maldini, George Weah, and Jurgen Klinsmann at The FIFA World Player of the Year Awards in Milan in 1995. George Weah came in first, Paolo Maldini second and Jurgen Klinsmann third.
Andrea Pirlo throughout the years.
Zinedine Zidane and Didier Deschamps during their Juventus days.
1995/96: Inter Milan’s two fresh signings, Roberto Carlos and Javier Zanetti, both were just 22 at the time.
1997-98 – A bunch of fresh faced, but familiar youngsters.
The German trio: Jürgen Klinsman, Lothar Matthäus and Andreas Brehme played for Inter Milan in late 80s until 1992.
Ravanelli with his classic goal celebration…copied by many kids of that generation.
A young Robin van Persie in his room in Rotterdam.
Alessandro Del Piero, Filippo Inzaghi and Zinedine Zidane playing together at Juventus.
Dennis Bergkamp – the “Non-flying Dutchman” on an actual plane.Bergkamp’s nickname is the Non-Flying Dutchman due to his fear of flying. This stemmed from an incident with the Netherlands national team at the 1994 World Cup where the engine of the plane cut out during a flight, prompting a journalist to joke about having a bomb in his bag. Following this incident, Bergkamp decided he would never fly again but did consider seeking psychiatric help:I’ve got this problem and I have to live with it. I can’t do anything about it, it is a psychological thing and I can’t explain it. I have not flown on a plane for two years. The Dutch FA has been sympathetic, so have Arsenal, so far. I am considering psychiatric help. I can’t fly. I just freeze. I get panicky. It starts the day before, when I can’t sleep.
Juan Carlos Busquets (Sergio Busquets’ Father), Luis Enrique, José Mourinho and Josep Guardiola.
A young Zinedine Zidane in action for Bordeaux.
AC Milan’s side for the Champions League final in 1995.
Frank de Boer, Kanu, Ronald de Boer and Finidi George with the European Cup in 1995.