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Date Of Birth : 25 September 1913
Position : Striker
Nation : Austria
Height : 178 cm
Major Club : Slavia Prague
Caps : 35 Games (32 Goals)
World Cup Participation : 1934 (4 Games with 1 Goal)
Professional Score Record : 749 Goals/ 482 Games
Club Honours : 3 Times Austrian League
1 Times Czechoslovakian League
1938 Mitropa Cup
International Honours : None
Individual Achievement : 11 Times Czechoslovakian League Top Scorer
1 Time Austrian League Top Scorer
5 Times European League Top Scorer
5 Times World League Top Scorer
IFFHS Golden Ball The Greatest Goalscorer of The Century

Josef "Pepi" Bican is the most prolific scorer in history of the game. It is estimated by respected footballing statistics page RSSSF that Bican scored around 800 goals in all competitive matches, not including friendly games. Bican had the ability to play with both feet, he also had considerable pace and was able to run 100 metres in 10.2 seconds, which was as fast as many sprinters of the time. Bican was born in Austria and played in his country until 24 year olds before moved to play in Czechoslovakia throughout the World War II, as well as transferring his race to play for Czechoslovakia. But still, He played early played for Austria in World Cup 1934 that he failed to be a superstar of such the great tournament. In 1944, He made his best stat that scored 57 goals in 23 matches. Bican was a special striker, still was a prolific scorer until his retirement at 42 year olds.

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