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      For the record, we’ve only included footballers who are currently active, so Socrates – clearly the most awesome name of all time – is not eligible. In order of personal preference, counting down from No.10, we present:

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      10. Hulk

      OK, Hulk is only a nickname – his real name is Givanildo Vieira de Souza – but the Zenit striker qualifies because he does play with the name on the back of his shirt. Smashing.

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      9. Danny Invincible

      It’s rather a shame that Invincible is actually a journeyman forward for Kilmarnock, rather than the Greatest Player in the World. With a supreme name like that, he should be so much better.

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      8. Quim

      A very childish choice, I know,  – the Portuguese keeper’s (nick)name never fails to raise a smile.

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      7. John Nutter

      This Gillingham defender has the perfect English clogger’s name.

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      6. Ricardo Magno Virtuoso

      The Brazilian midfielder is currently out of contract, having been released by MLS outfit Columbus Crew in 2008. With a name like that, he definitely needs a new job.

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      5. Zoltan Kiss

      Hungarian midfielder – Zoltan is quite a popular first name in Hungary – who plays for Debreceni. Sounds like a camp Bond villain, in the vein of Christopher Walken’s Max Zorin in A View to a Kill.

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      4. Frank Awanka

      Reportedly plying his trade in Luxembourg. Best enjoyed when said aloud. Poetic.

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      3. Vagner Love

      Lothario-monikered striker, now doing the business for Palmeiras (on loan from CSKA Moscow).

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      2. Waldo Ponce

      We told you last month that man with the mincing ringmaster’s name was a transfer target for Wigan. Nothing has come of the rumour, but Pies will continue to mention the Chilean defender as much as possible, for obvious reasons, i.e. we’re puerile.

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      1. Johnny Moustache

      Simply magnificent and for my money, fully deserving of the No.1 spot – he sounds like a team-mate of Billy the Fish. Johnny is a veteran forward who stars for the Seychelles national team.

      Any great names we missed? Let’s hear your favs…

      Source: http://www.whoateallthepies.tv/lists/12779/top-10-awesome-footballers-names.html

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      Hulk the incredible name.

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      I wonder parent go name hin pikin Moustache.  No be only moustache…na irugbon dem go see.

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