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Acclaimed as the greatest player in Welsh history, and often considered as the most complete British player of all-time. Reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup in 1958. A rare British success abroad in Italy, where he is still considered a legend. In Juventus he was nicknamed 'Il Gigante Buono' - the Gentle Giant, in reference to his imposing 6ft 2in physique and measured temperament. He scored 304 league goals in just 602 games. An iconic centre forward, he was equally adept at playing in central defence.
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