I have less strong opinions for the 61-62 season, but here's some suggestions, anyway. -Overdose on Brazilians, maybe. Yes, they were champions, but it was a dull tournament, and the team wasn't seen as being as strong as 4 years ago. I would have Amarildo and Coutinho share a spot, depending on how high you value WC-performance over performances throughout the season (keeping in mind Coutinho shouldn't be dropped from both here and last season). Amarildo seems mostly like a lucky WC-guy who benefited from playing in the best team and being the "new Pele". Would also settle for just one between Djalma and Nilton. -Charlton had a quiet profile for this season, so he could make way. -Germano was injured for much of this season, so he could make way, depending on how high you value the EC endgames. -The Soviets had a high-profile South American tour, but they were seen as a boring and workmanlike team. Maybe just choose one between Ivanov and Voronin. +I would pick Rivera over Altafini. It was said the inclusion of Dino Sani was what helped Milan turn the season around and take the scudetto, so I would add him into honorables. +Hungarians: If you want a goalie, I would nominate Grosics (agree with dropping Schrojf). Grosics made a couple of miracle-saves in the tournament (mistakes, too, but so did all the goalies). I could see him get a kind of lifetime achievement nomination. Göröcs and Solymosi had a high profile. So there aren't too many Hungarians, Tichy could make way for one of them. +Seminario had a surprisingly high profile around this time, considering what a massive exposure penalty he gets for not being part of any major teams or competitions. +Pluskal for at least honorable mentions, though I would put him in the final 23.