The shadow of George Best, who died in 2005, still hangs over Belfast and its football

The shadow of George Best, who died in 2005, still hangs over Belfast and its football

Football “Coming to Belfast is to realize that there is only one football legend in this nation of the United Kingdom. The airport bears his name, his portrait can be seen in several places, a statue of him has been erected and a quick internet search for what to visit points directly to the house where he grew up. George Best is still in everyone’s memory even if his death dates back to 2005. Moreover, on the plane which took the Swiss followers to Northern Ireland, the colorful quotes of the man who was nicknamed “the fifth Beatles” The conversations were more important than tonight’s qualifying match between the Swiss and the Northern Irish (8:45 p.m.).

“I had a house by the sea. To get to the beach, you had to walk past a bar. I’ve never seen the sea, “said the Northern Irish striker during his time with the Los Angeles Aztecs between 1976 and 1978. There, in the inner suburbs of Belfast, his childhood home was

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