MIAMI, April 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/-- Terra presents the special sports coverage "Jugadores Numero 10," celebrating the most renowned soccer players of all time in anticipation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. The new soccer hub sponsored by BlackBerry, commemorates legends such as Maradona, Messi, Pele, Platini, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Valderrama, Zico and Zidane, among others, who have revolutionized the game and have broken records throughout their professional careers.
As part of the special coverage, the world-famous Mexican icon and one of the best No. 10 soccer players of all time, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, will cover the most important soccer tournaments in the world, providing a unique perspective and sharp opinion in his new blog "Cuauhtemoc's Word." Cuauhtemoc is an important and outspoken figure in the history of Mexican sports that opened the doors for many Mexican soccer players to play for European teams. He is considered the all-time star player in the history of "Club America," the most popular Mexican professional soccer club, and has been awarded the "Most Valuable Player of the Mexican First League Division" five times in his soccer career.
"The endless discussion of who is the best player in history, or rather, who is better between Maradona and Pele, the most famous No. 10s in soccer history, always creates controversy. However, in my opinion Lionel Messi has already surpassed both players, despite his young age and considering the time he plays in, when it is more challenging to play good soccer," said Cuauhtemoc Blanco.
Sport fanatics continue to debate over the best player of all time who has worn the legendary No. 10 jersey. You will now have the opportunity to select your favorite player by participating in an interactive poll that will allow you to vote for your top 10 and see the most-voted athletes.
Thanks to BlackBerry you will also have the chance to win a trip for two to a World Cup qualifying game by sharing who your favorite soccer player is using the hashtag #MovingForwardWithBlackberry. For more information about the sweepstakes, visit http://www.terra.com/deportes/jugadores-numero-10/be-the-10-sweeps/ .
Don't miss out Terra's special coverage "Jugadores Numero 10," presenting special reports, exclusive interviews, human interest stories, inspirational videos, photo galleries, profiles and commentaries about the players' lives on and off the field.
Follow the action on Terra's special No. 10 soccer platform at http://www.terra.com/10 .
Created in 1999, Terra is one of the largest digital media companies in the world, reaching a monthly audience of over 100 million people interested in entertainment, lifestyle, sports and news content. Terra's content is offered in English, Spanish and/or Portuguese in 19 countries across the United States, Latin America and Europe, through multiple screens and devices – including PCs, tablets, smartphones, connected TVs and DOOH screens.
In addition to breaking news on its portals and its premium products and services, Terra is recognized for its excellence in live broadcasts of major sports and entertainment events – from live shows with artists like Paul McCartney, U2, Alejandro Sanz and Kings of Leon, to the Olympic Games, which were transmitted live, in up to 36 simultaneous channels throughout Latin America in 2012. Headquartered in Brazil, Terra has offices in the United States, Latin America and Spain.
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