Father and Son Footballers- the Football Dynasties

Every father wants the best for his son, and perhaps he will be able to build a name for himself. What is certain is that if your father is a professional, you already have a name in that sector; the challenge then becomes convincing the rest of the world that that name is theirs.

A similar thing may happen in football, except that, despite some jobs, either you're incredibly good or the parallels start to pile up. It is not by chance that no one has followed in their father's footsteps and achieved significant success. 

Johan and Jordi Cruijff

Already highlighted as a famous illustration of how skill isn't often passed down directly from father to son. Jordi, roaming around Europe in search of the appropriate place and the right moment of glory; Johan, the complete game and his revolutionary ideas.

Cesare, Paolo and Daniel Maldini

The most famous family in Italian football is a shining example. He didn't want him to feel obligated to follow in his footsteps; fortunately, Paul was rebellious in this regard.

He made his Serie A debut in a dreary Milan - Verona match, then finished 1-1, the last of the Maldini dynasty, the son of Paul, Daniel, on one of the most unusual days of the twenty-first century.

Frank sr. and Frank jr. Lampard

Another notable surname, another noteworthy narrative, and yet another example of a kid who is likely more gifted than his father. Both play in London, and both have their moments with West Ham, but Frank Jr. will shine at Chelsea. The rest is history as we know it today.

Miguel Angel "Periko" and Xabi Alonso

Both "La Roja" heroes will triumph, with the son winning the World Cup and the European Championship. Both will benefit from Real Sociedad, but it will be in the major clubs where they will shine. 

Xabi travels around Europe, first demonstrating his elegance to the British, then to the Germans, before marrying another Real, the most famous and successful of them, Real Madrid.

Pablo and Diego Forlan

Even in Uruguayan football, dynasties have emerged, with the Forlan family serving as an example. She is known as " La Familia Copa America," and while she considers Diego to be the most successful, their narrative begins with their grandfather, Juan Carlos Corazzo, and an uncle who is a world champion.

Zinedine and Enzo and Luca Zidane

Excep for dad, who sat on the bench this season, the entire Zidane family wears Real Madrid. Although it is too early to speculate on the future careers of the former World Champion's offspring, none of his children have followed in his footsteps.

Peter and Kasper Schmeichel

Gloves were given to the son by his father. In defense of the goal, in defense of a nation, and always and in any case heroes of an English club, there is a dynasty. One team is Manchester United, while the other is Sir Massimo Ranieri's Leicester City, which made history.

Federico and Enrico Chiesa

Chiesa entered the season fresh off a fantastic Euro 2020 campaign in which he was a key member of the triumphant Italian team. While some saw him for the first time as he represented Italy, many saw a frightening likeness in his play to that of his father Enrico.

Both were graceful attackers and prolific goal scorers who enjoyed ghosting past opponents, exploiting their speed, and playing with their hearts on their sleeves. They even run in the same way.

Enrico played for a variety of Italian clubs, including Sampdoria, Parma, Lazio, Siena, and Fiorentina, where his son would start his professional career. Both Chiesa and his father represented Italy, and while Chiesa had greater success than his father, having such a talented parent to help you out in life can't harm.

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