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Topic - Johan Cruyff
Sportspeople like Vergeer, "should be an example to us all," Cruyff said.
"It reminds me of my choice to play for Barcelona in 1973. Many critics said I was opting to play in the country of the dictator Franco, who was still in power in Spain," he wrote this week in the Dutch daily De Telegraaf. "Many people underestimate the power of sport _ which sometimes gives you the power to change things through play."