The 25th edition of the International Football Book had apart from Glanville his list also a few more things: - Brief stories about memorable teams of the past 25 years (so between 1958-1983). Non-British teams highlighted are the Real Madrid of the 50s, Brazil of the 60s and the Dutch team of the 70s. Apparently those three became selected as the three most noteworthy ones by the editor. - A list with the best 300 players in those 25 years, plus a brief list of legends before 1958. They name 25 players in each position (excluding pre-1958 names). Although it invariably leads to contentious omissions and dubious ranking of players (probably an Italian or Spanish publication would select some local foreign heroes), I think it is nonetheless good info.