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FIFA wants to keep legendary Brazilian footballer Pele’s feet in museum

Unconfirmed reports are indicating that the world’s biggest sports organization Federation Internationale de Football Association wants to keep the feet of Brazil’s football legend Edson Arantes do Nascimento, known mononymously by his nickname Pelé who died last year after battling cancer.

According to the reports, the family of the fallen hero have already granted permission to FIFA on their wants.

However, there has no be official communication from FIFA that it wants to put the feet of the football legend on display.

Opinion; Keeping Pele’s Feet in the museum is no doubt something that will serve as an inspiration to many people, and it is also a way to remember the man who many Brazilians idolized today.

Pele died at the age of 82.

Historically he is the only player to have won world cup three times, Pele is also registered as the youngest player to win the World cup having won it at the age of 17.

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