PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER FAQ v1.3 for Playstation2, written by Daniel "DanBhoy" Matthews. ================ VERSION HISTORY ================ 29 December 2001 - v1.3 released Classic teams completed, thanx to www.issonline.com 24 December 2001 - Classic Netherlands, Brasil updated, thanx to Rick Janssen :), and Philip Rolfe who also sent me the names :). 20 December 2001 - v1.2 released Classic European All Stars updated, thanx to Ulisse Cusati :). 18 December 2001 - Master League Bargains section added. 17 December 2001 - v1.1 released. 16 December 2001 - One-two controls added; Secret teams and rosters added. 15 December 2001 - Minor roster updates: Mexico, Zepeda; Japan, Ono, Nakayama, Nakamura. 13 December 2001 - GK Attitude, new dribble skill added. 11 December 2001 - v1.0 released. ================= TABLE OF CONTENTS ================= 1. HOW TO PLAY a) - FAQ Command Notation b) - Controls c) - Skills 2. FREE KICKS 3. SPECIAL ABILITIES 4. MASTER LEAGUE BARGAINS 5. ROSTERS 6. CREDITS ============================================= 1. HOW TO PLAY ============================================= a) - FAQ Command Notation --------------------------- U - up D - down L - left R - right UL - up and left together UR - up and right together DL - down and left together DR - down and right together O - Circle  - Square /\ - Triangle b) - Controls --------------- Dashing ------- R1 - fast dash, less control of the ball but more speed. Only use this when you have a clear path in front of your player. R2 - slower dash, more control over the ball, easier turning, more responsive to passing/shooting commands than R1 dash. L1 - Slow dash, even slower than normal speed. This enables your player to turn sharply, hold off opposition players, and dribble better. Good for tight spaces. Passing ------- X - normal pass, basic ground pass to team mate. O - high pass, chipped pass to teammate, more liable to interceptions. /\ - through pass. This pass should be used when teammates make forward runs in behind the opposition defence. There is an element of skill required to make this pass effective. Timing is crucial. L1 and /\ - chipped through pass, useful when there are a number of defensive opposition players in front of you and threading a normal through pass may be too difficult. As with the normal pass, this also requires good timing. Tackling -------- X - often referred to as "press", or "pressing". This command makes your player attempt to stick a foot in and the nip the ball away from your opponent. It's also the most basic defensive command, so learn how to do it or a pro player will dribble round you with ease.  - this will make another of your team mates come to your aid, and try to help close down an opposition player with the ball. It can be very useful, but can also be exploited. Remember, calling a team mate to help will leave a gap somewhere else... O - the sliding tackle. The upside of this tackle is that it can be great when a player you know is too fast for your defender has the ball and you cannot reach him with an X tackle. However the chances of this tackle succeeding can be limited if the opponent player is extremely fast, as you will more than likely foul him. If you are the last man before this player only has the goalkeeper to beat, and you foul him, you will have around a 99% chance off being sent off. If you foul somebody using this tackle, and come from directly behind the fouled opponent, you also may be sent off. Use this carefully, and watch your timing :). Shooting --------  - the shoot button. This is a very versatile button. Holding towards the goal as you strike the ball, will make the ball travel faster and with more accuracy. The length of time you hold in the directional button after you hit the  button, can mean the difference between a shot that scrapes the outside of the post on it's way past for a goal kick, or a shot that nestles in the corner of the net and rolls around the back of the goal, to make that "complete" replay experience :). L1 and  - a dink chip shot, which the player will attempt to just dink the ball up and over the goalkeeper. The shot tends to go up more than forward. Bear in mind this shot is best for when you are close in on goal. R1 and  - when your power gauge is filling after you have pressed the shoot button, holding in R1 will result in a chip shot. This version however, is more powerful and the ball travels forward more than up. It can be used from a greater distance than the L1 chip. Double Tap  - this has to be turned on in the options menu. By quickly tapping , you will perform a very small chip that you should only use once the keeper has committed himself to diving at your feet. Remember, the key to goalscoring is the same no matter which method you use, hold in that directional button for as long as possible :). Crossing -------- This can vary depending on which method you have enabled in the options menu, of which there are five to choose from. I use version four,as one, two and three are too CPU controlled for my liking. Option five is useless, as the high pass is then only able to travel in the direction your player is facing. The following controls are based on using version four in the options menu. L1 and O - a direct cross. No matter where on the pitch you are, this command will attempt to put the ball into your opponent's penalty area. Highly effective for counter attacks. O and a direction - when outside the opponent's penalty box, you can choose where you want to play your cross to. Double tap O and a direction - same as above, but this time the ball is played at a lower height. Ideal for near post forwards. Triple tap O and a direction - plays a cross along the ground at speed. Good for smaller players who are running in behind a tall defence. One - two ---------- By pressing L1 and X, your player will pass to a team-mate and begin to attempt to run in behind the opposition defence. Once the ball has been passed, you take control of the player the ball was passed to. You have to time your return pass back to your team-mate, who has made the run forward. You have a number of ways in which to return the pass, these are: /\ - a ground return pass. O - a chipped return pass. X - a pass to another team-mate, other than your original runner. This final option is more of a decoy. c) - Skills ------------- Repeated tapping of L1 - your player will perform a stepover manouevre. Press L1 three times quickly then a direction, your player will stepover the ball numerous times before dribbling off in the direction you pressed. Repeated tapping of L2 - your player will perform the same as above, but a shorter stepover and more control. Up/down then forward - As you are running with the ball using the R2 dash, when the ball is not at your feet, i.e. it's just in front of you, press up or down then forward quickly, and you player will perform a small two foot shuffle in the direction you pressed. However, only certain players are capable of this, as they need to have the BF Fake ability.  then X - as your power bar fills for the shot, press X. Your player will fake the shot and turn away from any opposing defender. Players with BF Fake ability, can fake in both directions. Note - good defenders may not be fooled by this and could still tackle you regardless.  then /\ - again used as your shot gauge fills. Hit /\ and your player will continue running in the direction he faces, cancelling the shot. ========================================= 2. FREE KICKS ========================================= These have become more difficult from previous version of Winning Eleven/ISS. If used properly, they can be devastating. A good PES player will practice free kicks often, so that when the time comes during a vital match, you can deliver a killer blow. Down and  - performs a shot which has more loft in it, and less power. These free kicks are best used when the foul has been committed near the edge of the penalty area. Up and  - performs a more powerful shot, with less height. Best for long distance free kicks, say anything above 29m out. Curve and dip ------------- Hold in the direction you wish to curve the ball in to add curve in that direction - simple. By holding in X or /\ after the ball has left your player's boot, the ball will vary in dip. X will make the ball dip more, but result in a slower shot. /\ will make the ball dip, but not as much. The shot however will lose less velocity as it travels. It is ESSENTIAL that you do not press either of these until the ball has been struck. Do so and the ball will 99% sure fail to clear the wall. All of these commands can be used together, up/down, left/right, /\/. This is what makes free kick taking an art. As they say, practice makes perfect. And the results are satisfying :) . ========================================= 3. SPECIAL ABILITIES ========================================= Dribbling : When the CPU is playing, it will attempt to dribble more with this player. P.Player : Good first touch. Position : Takes up good striking positions inside the box. Reaction : Off the ball movement. Scoring : Increases the chances of finishing well. Command : Makes team-mates make off the ball runs, playmakers like Beckham, Zidane have this ability. Passing : When the said player has the ball, more team-mates try to help him out by making themselves available for passing. BF Fake : Can dribble with both feet. PK : Good at penalties. 1-1 : Good in one on one situations with the keeper. L-Throw : Good at long throw-ins. 1-Tch Pass : Good at direct passing, i.e. forward passing. Outside : Can pass or shoot with the outside of their boot. Man Mark : Good man-marker. D-Line : Good at controlling the defensive line, catching forwards out on offside rule. Sliding : Good sliding tackler, will keep control of the ball, rather than it rolling out after a slide tackle. Intercept : Good at anticipating and intercepting passes. Fd Kick (GK Only) : Good at passing the ball quickly to spring a counter attack. 1-1 GK : Goalkeeper stands up well, hard to beat in one on one situations. PK GK : Goalkeeper is good at saving penalties. Injury : How resistant to injury a player is, A being the best. GOALKEEPERS ------------ Goalkeepers with a high attitude will rush out quickly to narrow the angle. Some of these include Buffon, Barthez, etc. David Seaman is an example of a GK who tries to stay as near to the goal as he can - a low attitude. ================================ 4. MASTER LEAGUE BARGAINS ================================ Success in the Master League can depend on how astute you are in the transfer market, especially on the harder difficulty levels. If you don't have lots of credits to spend, the following is a list of players who are very capable. There are some great players in there, you just gotta find them :). KEY: p - points required to purchase the player m - maintenance points, the player's "wages". Forwards --------- Simo : Cameroon : 20p : 4m Olisadebe : Poland : 22p : 4m Castillo : Colombia : 22p : 4m Offensive Midfielders ----------------------- Nakata : Parma : 18p : 3m Wingers/Side Halfs/Side Backs ------------------------------- J.Zanetti : Argentina : 30p : 7m Petre : Romania : 20p : 4m Contra : Romania : 22p : 4m O.Addo : Dortmund : 22p : 4m Aghahowa : Nigeria : 22p : 4m Defensive Midfielders ---------------------- Defenders ---------- Lucio : Brasil : 22p : 4m I.Codorba : Colombia : 22 : 4m Waldoch : Poland : 20p : 4m Hofland : Netherlands : 18p : 3m Goalkeepers ------------ Stelea : Romania : 16p : 2m ======================================== 5. ROSTERS ======================================== Names with a * next to them appear as they do in the game, as I do not know the real names as of yet. IRELAND Given Dunne Staunton Harte Carr Kilbane Holland RoyKeane McAteer RobbieKeane Niall Quinn Breen Fleming G. Kelly Finnan Duff Delap Kinsella Carsley Foley Connolly Kiely N. IRELAND Carroll Taggart Murdock Aaron Hughes Elliott Lennon Lomas Horlock Johnson Jim Magilton Healy McGibbon Williams Nolan Jeff Whitley Mulryne Michael Hughes James Quinn Gray McKnight Gillespie Taylor SCOTLAND Sullivan Weir Hendry Elliott Boyd Dailly Cameron Ferguson Hutchison Gallacher McCann Ritchie O'Neill Naysmith Davidson Holt McNamara Burley Dodds Johnston Dickov Gould WALES Paul Jones Coleman Melville Page Delaney John Robinson Savage Giggs Speed Blake Hartson Symons Weston Barnard Johnson Davies Jones Carl Robinson Bellamy Iwan Roberts Gareth Roberts Freestone ENGLAND Seaman Ferdinand Campbell As. Cole G. Neville Barmby Scholes Gerrard Beckham Owen Heskey Brown Southgate P. Neville Carragher Lampard Murphy Hargreaves McManaman An. Cole Fowler Martyn PORTUGAL Quim JorgeCosta Couto Dimas Xavier Vidigal PauloBento RuiCosta NunoGomes Conceicao Figo Beto F. Meira Nelson Secretario Bino Capucho Simao JoaoPinto SaPinto Pauleta PedroEspinha SPAIN IkerCasillas Hierro Paco Sergi ManuelPablo Guardiola Munitis Mendieta Gerard Raul Urzaiz Abelardo Velasco Puyol Xavi Helguera Guerrero Baraja Victor Catanha Morientes Esteban FRANCE Barthez Dessailly Leboeuf Lizarazu Thuram Pettit Vieira Pires Djorkaeff Zidane Henry Christanval Candela Djetou Makelele Micoud Robert Giuly Trezeguet Wiltord Anelka Rame BELGIUM F. DeWilde VanMeir Valgaeren V. Kerckhoven Deflandre Vanderhaeghe Goor Verheyen Wilmots E. Mpenza Strupar J. Peeters Leonard Hendrikx Baseggio Boffin Walem B. Peeters Cavens M. Mpenza Nilis Herpoel HOLLAND VanDerSar Stam Hofland Numan Melchiot VanBommel Cocu Kluivert VanNistelrooy Zenden Overmars F. DeBoer V. Bronckhorst Reiziger Bosvelt Davids R. DeBoer Seedorf Hasselbaink Vennegoor VanHooijdonk Westerveld SWITZERLAND Zuberbuehler Henchoz Fournier Lubamba Zwyssig Vogel Comisetti Sesa Sforza Chapuisat Turkyilmaz Magnin Zellweger Mazzarelli Patrick Mueller Cantaluppi Celestini Wicky Ray Buehlmann Hakan Yakin Pascolo ITALY Buffon Maldini Nesta F. Cannavaro Tacchinardi Tommasi Coco Zambrotta Totti DelPiero Vieri Iuliano Materazzi Pancaro DiBiagio Albertini Gattuso Fiore Montella F. Inzaghi Delvecchio Toldo CZECH REPUBLIC Srnicek Fukal Rada Repka Horveth Nedved Poborsky Berger Rosicky Koller Smicer Jiri Novotny Vlcek Latal Bejbl Jarosik Baranek Tyce Lokvenc Wagner Sionko Maier GERMANY Kahn Linke Nowotny Worns Hamann Ballack Bode Rehmer Deisler Neuville Jancker Baumann Beinlich Ziege Ramelow Wosz Heinrigh Scholl Rink Bierhoff Zickler Lehmann DENMARK Schmeichel Gravesen Henriksen Heintze Helveg Gronkjaer B. Nielsen Toefting Rommedahl Sand Tomasson J. Laursen Schjonberg Lusti A. Nielsen Bisgaard Goldbaek Jorgensen Michaelsen Jensen Pedersen Sorensen NORWAY Olsen Johnsen Berg Bergdolmo Basma Leonhardsen Mykland E.Bakke Carew Solskjaer Iversen Andersen Bragstad Hoftun Bjornebye Skammelsrud Riise Helstad Riseth Strand Flo M. Bakke SWEDEN Hedman Bjorklund P. Andersson Mellberg Nilsson Mjallby Ljungberg Alexandersson Henrik Larsson K. Andersson Jonsson Gustafsson Corneliusson Lucic Svensson D. Andersson Mild A. Andersson Osmanovski Allback Kihlstedt Asper FINLAND Niemi Tihinen Hyypia Helin Saarinen Valakari Nurmela Wiss Litmanen Kolkka Forssell Ylonen Salli Turpeinen Reini Riihilahti Kuivasto Koppinen Johansson Kuqi Kottila Jaaskelainen POLAND Dudek Klos Waldoch Mi. Zewlakow Zielinski Krzynowek Karwan Swierczewski Kaluzny Juskowiak Olisadebe Rzasa Hajto Kozminski Bak Zdebel Kielbowicz Ma. Zewlakow Iwan Gilewicz Kryszalowicz Matysek SLOVAKIA Konig Karhan Sobona Gresko Timko Moravcik Suchancok Balis Leitner Jancula SzilerdNemeth Kratochvyl Dzurik Demo Sedlak Valchovic Ujlaky Pinte Meszaros Prohaszka PeterNemeth Susko AUSTRIA Wohlfahrt Heden Hatz Baur Stranzl Kirchler Kuhbauer Flooegel Herzog Brunmayrr Mayrleb Winklhofer Dospel Schoprp Hoertnagl Cerny Wagner Kitzbichler Weissenberger Kocijan Haas Schicklgruber HUNGARY Kiraly Matyus Sebok C. Feher Halmai Hamar Korsos Illes Lisztes Tokoli Horvath Juhar Bodnar Lendvai Peto Dveri Rosa M. Feher Dombi Nagy Safar Babos SLOVENIA Dabanovic Knavs Milinovic Vugdalic Pavlin Ceh Amir Karic Novak Zahovic Siljak Saso Udovic Galic Bulajic Pavlovic Tavcar Rudonja Zlogar Gajser Acimovic Osterc Nemec Simeunovic CROATIA Pletikosa Robert Kovac Stimac Dario Simic Soldo Jarni Stanic Prosinecki Niko Kovac Suker Boksic Tudor Tomas Mario Cvitanovic Vranjes Biscan Zivkovic Saric K. Jurcic Vugrinec Balaban Zeljko Pavlovic YUGOSLAVIA Kocic Mihajlovic Mirkovic Djordjevic Dudic Lazetic Jokanovic Drulovic Dejan Stankovic Milosevic Kezman Bunjevcevic Djukic Obradovic Djorovic Sakic Sarac Ilic Jugovic Mijatovic Kovacevic Cicovic ROMANIA Stelea Belodedici Ciobotariu Filipescu Galca D. Munteanu Chivu Contra C. Munteanu Ilie Moldovan Selymes Haldan Lincar Petrescu Petre Rosu Lupescu Mutu Vladoiu Ganea Lobont BULGARIA Zdravkov Kirilov Markov Biser Ivanov Peev Stilian Petrov Stoyanov Iliev Balakov Georgi Ivanov Marian Hristov Pazin Ivaylo Petkov Guintchev Tomash Milen Petkov Topuzakov Martin Petrov Todorov Berbatov Yovov Ivankov GREECE Nikopolidis Patsatzoglou Ouzounidis Amanatidis Zagorakis Poursanidis Georgatos Basinas Tsartas Machlas Georgiadis Antzas Venetidis Goumas Lakis Karagounis Zikos Mavrogenidis Niniadis Choutos Liberopoulos Eleftheropoulos TURKEY Rustu Bulent Ogun Fatih Muzzy Izzet Suat Kaya Emre Belozoglu Okan Buruk HakanUnsal Arif Erdem Sukur Alpay Osman Penbe Umit Davala Tayfur Abdullah Tayfun Nihat Cenk Hasan Sas Omer Catkic UKRAINE Shovkovsky Vashchyuk Holovko Nesmachny Luzhnyi Dmitrulin Popov Rebrov Shevchenko Husin Vorobei Fedorov Skripnik Starostyak Zubov Kovalev Yashkin Mikhailenko Kosovsky Serebrennikov Skachenko Kernozenko RUSSIA Nigmatullin Chugainov Onopko Khlestov Smertin Khokhlov Karpin Beschastnykh Mostovoi Titov Buznikin Solomatin Yanovski Tetradze Drozdov Gusev Tikhonov But Alenichev Semak Panov Filimonov MOROCCO Fouhami El Karkouri Naybet Abrami El Assas Mariana Hdioud Hadji Ramzi Bassir Hadda Nekrouz Saber Chippo Taher El Lakhlej Benmahmoud Sellami Chiba Warika* Bahja Zerouali Zaza TUNISIA El Ouaer Sami Trabelsi Daiji* Badra Chihi Souayeh Thabet Kanzari Baya Ali Zitouni Zitouni Bouazizi Boukadida Hatem Trabelsi Ghodbane Clayton Gabsi Souayah Adel Sellimi Jelassi Mislane Salhi EGYPT Nader El Sayed El Saqqa Ibrahim Hassan Kamouna Hany Ramzy Khashaba Ibrahim Said Sabry Ahmed Hassan Emam Hossam Hassan Omara Youssef Hassam Monaem Hanafy Radwan Abdelhalim Abdelaziz Tarek Said Hosny Farouk El Haddary NIGERIA Shorunmu West Iyenemi Babayaro Okpara Oliseh Lawal Babangida Okocha N. Kanu Ikedia Sodje C. Kanu Oparaku Adepoju Finidi Oruma Aghahowa Akpoborie Chukwu Ikpeba Egbo CAMEROON Boukar Njanka Kalla Song Foe Wome Geremi Olenbe Lauren Eto'o Mboma Pensee Elanga Hamga Mettomo Tchoutang Ndo Angibeaud N'Diefi Simo Job Songo'o SOUTH AFRICA Vonk Schoeman Issa Carnell Mokoena Buckley Fortune Ngobe Zuma Bartlett Nomvete Fish Radebe Tinkler Phiri Mngomeni Bapela Sapula Ndlanya McCarthy Masinga Arendse USA Keller Keller Berhalter Agoos Jones Liamosa Armas Stewart Reyna Sanneh Moore Pope Hejduk Deering Ramos O'Brien Clint Mathis Lewis Kirovski Mcbride Razov Meola MEXICO Campos Davino Suarez Marquez Lara Pardo Arellano Palencia Ruiz Blanco Hernandez Carmona Almaguer Ignacio Hierro Ramon Ramirez Lozano Zepeda Rodriguez Abundis Borgetti Osorno Perez JAMAICA Ricketts Lowe Goodison Dixon Dawes Marshall Gardner Whitmore Pawell Boyd Burton Fabian Davis Claude Davis McDonald Sinclair Johnson Griffiths Taylor Williams Thomas Harris Lorence COLOMBIA Oscar Cordoba Ivan Cordoba Yepes Bedoya Quintana Serna Viveros Bolano Aristizabal Juan Pablo Angel Castillo Bermudez Orgeton* Dinas Foad Mazziri Grisales Oviedo Morantes Hamilton Ricard Bonilla Montano Calero BRASIL Dida Roque Junior Lucio Roberto Carlos Cafu Emerson Vampeta Rivaldo Juninho Paulista Romario Elber Zago Aldair Junior Ferreira Flavio Conceicao Ze Roberto Alex Leonardo Denilson Amoroso Rogerio PERU Ibanez Rebosio Pajuelo Olivares Soto Gomez Jose Del Solar Jayo Palacios Solano Zuniga Claudio Pizarro Jose Soto Manuel Marenqo Huaman Pereda Ciurlizza Soria Maldonado Holsen Lobahon Mendoza Butron Gotuzzo CHILE Nelson Tapia Ricardo Rojas Reyes Gonzalez Contreras Maldonado Tello Valenzuela Galdames David Pizarro Estay Silva Salas Zamorano Vargas Margas Fuentes Francisco Rojas Cristian Alvarez Villarroel Sierra Navia Tapia Urdiles Nunez Ramirez PARAGUAY Chilavert Gamarra Ayala Gavilan Caniza Arce Quintana Struway Paredes Acuna Cardozo Roque Santacruz Sarabia Daniel Caceres Paulo Da Silva Enciso Diego Gavilan Brizuels Alvarenga Benitez Pavon Gonzalez Jorge Campos Tavarelli URUGUAY Carini Montero Sorondo Dario Rodriguez Gustavo Mendez Garcia Perez Gianni Guigou Fabian O'Neill Magallanes Recoba Dario Silva Lembo Bizera Ramos Giro Washington Tais Cedres Fabiano Coelho Gustavo Poyet Andres Olivera Diego Alonso Zalayeta Berbia ARGENTINA Bonano Samuel Roberto Ayala Sensini Simeone Kily Gonzalez Javier Zanetti Veron Ortega Claudio Lopez Batistuta Pochettino Sorin Nelson Vivas Matias Almeyda Daniel Husain Pablo Aimar Gallardo Gustavo Lopez Crespo Ricardo Cruz Burgos JAPAN Kawaguchi Matsuda Matsuoka* Morioka Nanami Inamoto Tanaka* Higashi* Nakata Takahara Yanagisawa Nagoe* Toya* Jimbo* Ono Oku Shinji Ono Morishima Tatsuhiko Kubo Nishizawa Nakamura Nakayama KOREA Lee Woon-Jae Lee Min-Sung HaYong-Soo* KimOk-Kyun* KoSoeuk* YangIl-Sung* YunEuikon* MinYong-Gak* Kim Tae-Young LeeSohyon* AhnMu-Hak* YangSeung-Bo* YunMin-Sung* ImMyung-Dae* JeongMan-Sik* YooSong-Gye* ParkYong-Ik* HeoChul-Soo* YooSeung-Hwa* ChoiTai-Hee* OhGil-Su* Kim Yong-Dae CHINA BaoJian* WangXi* LinSing* WangLin* ZhengKwai* LiuKwai* ChaiHuang* ChoWing* HaoGang* KuoYu* ChengFang* ZhangSoon* XiangFeng* XieLou* YinXiaopeng* ZhangZhiwei* XiaoTie* YeChang* OuQun* ChunYuen* ChangDuan* TongChiu* IRAN Boroumand Marduvi* Rahbarifar Hamedani Yazdani Minavand Emamifard Bagheri Mahadavikia Azizi Ali Daei Hasheminasab Bakhtiarizadeh Akbari Khatibi Halali Kilampour* Navazi Dinmohammadi Estili Hashemian Fanaei SAUDI ARABIA Al-Deayea Al-Dossary Al-Khilaiwi Al Saqri Al Doukhi Al Shahrani Al Shehri Al-Jaber Al-Timiyat Al Meshal Falatah Zubromawi Tariq Omar Al-Jahani Omar Ghamdi Howsawi Al Shalhoub Ab. Al Dossary Marzouk Al-Otabi Obed Al-Dossary Babkr Al-Antaif AUSTRALIA Bosnich Popovic Moore Lazaridis Muscat Okon Skoko Emerton Corica Kewell Viduka Foxe Laybutt Murphy Vidmar Enes Tiatto Foster Zelic Johnson Agostino Kalac Secret teams ------------- CLASSIC BRASIL - Win the South American cup with Brasil. CLASSIC ARGENTINA - Win the South American cup with Argentina. CLASSIC NETHERLANDS - Win the European Cup with Netherlands. CLASSIC GERMANY - Win the European Cup with Germany. CLASSIC EUROPEAN ALL STARS - Win the European Cup with England. WORLD ALL STARS - Win the International League. EUROPEAN ALL STARS - Win the International Cup. CLASSIC BRASIL Leao Cesar Oscar Junior Ferreira Cerezo Falcao Socrates Zico Rivelino Careca Pereira Carlos Alberto Dos Santos Djalma Santos Didi Gerson Pele Jairzinho Tostao Garrincha Gilmar CLASSIC ARGENTINA Pumpido Ruggeri Brown Garre Cuciuffo Batista Sivori Giusti Burruchaga Maradona Valdano Passarella Galvan Tarantini Olguin Ardiles Gallego Bertoni Cruz Diaz Kempes Fillol CLASSIC NETHERLANDS Van Breukelen Ronald Koeman Rijkaard Van Tiggelen Van Aerle Wouters Erwin Koeman Vanenburg Muhren Van Basten Gullit Hulshoff Israel Krol Suurbier Van Hanegem Haan Rep Rensenbrink Cruyff Neeskens Jongbloed CLASSIC GERMANY Maier Breitner Schulz Vogts Beckenbauer Rummenigge Grabowski Overath Netzer Seeler Muller Schnellinger Buchwald Brehme Kaltz Bonhof Forster Schuster Haller Littbarski Voller Schumacher CLASSIC EUROPEAN ALL STARS Zoff Baresi Tresor Cabrini Amoros Tigana Tardelli Giresse Platini Rossi Keegan Moore Butcher Scirea Facchetti Conti Antognoni Cantona Lineker Bettega Charlton Banks WORLD ALL STARS EUROPEAN ALL STARS ======================================== 6. CREDITS ======================================== Rosters - Thanx to WWW.ISSLAND.COM for their great team rosters. Thanx to www.issonline.com for the Classic team fills. Thanx to Ulisse Cusati who helped me out with the Classic European Team. Thanx to Rick Janssen who helped me out with the Classic Netherlands Team. If you have more tips or tricks to add, errors to point out or just general comments to make, feel free to email me. Till then, SHOOTO!!!!!!! Latest release always up at - www.geocities.com/proevosoccer/index Written by Daniel "DanBhoy" Matthews. Email - email@example.com ICQ - 48529584 Please don't nick any of this info, just email me and I'll more than likely be happy to let you use it.
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